Legendary singer and "White Christmas" star Rosemary Clooney performs her 2000 holiday show, “Rosemary Clooney’s White Christmas Party,” at Feinstein's at the Regency through Dec. 3.
Clooney’s Christmas shows have become part of America’s holiday tradition—she is the last surviving star of Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas.”
Last year Clooney released her autobiography, "Girl Singer," which was written with Joan Barthel and is published by Doubleday. "Girl Singer" recounted Clooney's early career, her marriage to Jose Ferrer, the raising of her five children, her 1968 breakdown and the rebuilding of her career —including working with her lifelong friend and “White Christmas” co star Bing Crosby and her starring role in the late ‘70s/early ‘80s ensemble, Four Girls Four. The book also covers her successful cabaret career and her numerous recordings with Concord Jazz, which have further established her as an American music legend.
Following Clooney’s engagement, Grammy-nominated stylist and American song ambassador Michael Feinstein appears at his namesake club from Dec. 6 - Dec. 30.
At Feinstein's there is a cover charge that ranges from $50 on week nights to $75 on weekends. Food and beverage minimums apply. There are late shows on Friday and Saturday. For more information and reservations call (212) 339-4095. -- By Murdoch McBride