Veronica Klaus Sings Peggy Lee with The Tammy Hall Trio: Cabaret Star at the Rrazz Room
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Veronica's 4th performance of her Peggy Lee show was even better than her 2nd, which I also saw. She added some songs and seemed entirely at home on stage. She and Tammy Hall's trio put on a fabulous evening's entertainment.
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“There’s only one word to describe cabaret crooner Veronica Klaus: fabulous. Whether she’s letting loose with a bawdy up-tempo number or reducing the rapt crowd to silence with a sultry lament, Klaus displays the kind of star quality that’s earned her a loyal fan base… in her expert hands the haunting ballad takes on a life of it’s own.” —SF Bay Guardian
San Francisco chanteuse Veronica Klaus returns to The Rrazz Room with a brand new show featuring the music of Peggy Lee. Veronica’s keen sensibility and eclectic taste guarantee an evening of intriguing musical selections, encompassing a broad range of material from jazz and pop to originals and obscure gems.