Mayes, Andersen and Lutvak Join Hall at Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble April 23

News   Mayes, Andersen and Lutvak Join Hall at Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble April 23 Best Little Whorehouse in Texas songwriter Carol Hall and special guests perform at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble April 23.

Sally Mayes, Scott Coulter, Tim Di Pasqua, Tom Andersen and Steven Lutvak will offer live performances of songs they have recorded for Hall's most recent album, "Hallways," which was released on March 11.

The 6 PM performance features Sally Mayes performing "It's Only A Broken Heart"; Lutvack performing "I'll Imagine You A Song"; Andersen, Di Pasqua and Coulter sharing "War on Christmas Day"; and Hall interpreting "Hard Candy Christmas," "Jenny Rebecca," "This Is My Birthday" and "My Circle of Friends."

Hubert "Tex" Arnold – who serves as the album's musical director, arranger and co-producer – will be featured on piano. Jon Burr will be on bass.

The complete track list for "Hallways: The Songs of Carol Hall" includes:

"Hard Candy Christmas"
Performed by Carol Hall & Susannah Blinkoff "It's Only A Broken Heart"
Performed by Sally Mayes

"Dublin In The Rain"
Performed by Farah Alvin
(With music by Hubert "Tex" Arnold)

"Change In Me"
Performed by Johnny Rodgers

"This Is My Birthday"
Performed by Carol Hall & Rick Jensen

"Tattooed Boy In Memphis"
Performed by Amanda McBroom

"Hungry For You"
Performed by Lesley Gore with Wendy Lane Bailey, Laurel Massé, Carol Hall
(Music by Lesley Gore)

"Do You Know What I Mean"
Performed by Carol Woods and the Broadway Inspirational Voices

"Jenny Rebecca"
Performed by Bobby Gosh

"Nana"
Performed by Carol Hall
(Lyrics by Carol Hall and Jane Hall)

"The Two Lonely People"
Performed by Laurel Massé (Music by Bill Evans)

"War On Christmas Day"
Performed by Scott Coulter, Tim Di Pasqua and Tom Andersen
(Music by Robert Burke)

"I'll Imagine You A Song"
Performed by Steven Lutvak
(Music by Steven Lutvak)

"My Circle Of Friends"
Performed by Carol Hall

In addition to penning the Drama Desk Award-winning music and lyrics for The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Hall wrote the Off-Broadway musical To Whom It May Concern and Max and Ruby. She has contributed her songs to the musicals Hats!, A My Name is Alice, A My Name Is Still Alice, and the Emmy Award-winning special "Free to Be You and Me."

The Barnes and Noble at Lincoln Triangle is located at 1972 Broadway at 66th Street in Manhattan. For further information call (212) 595-6859 or visit www.bn.com.

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