"Today Show" to Welcome Betty Buckley; Buckley to Sing from "1967"

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Tony Award winner Betty Buckley — whose never-before-released solo debut recording, "Betty Buckley 1967," just hit stores on the Playbill Records/Sony BMG Masterworks Broadway label — will make a guest appearance on the "Today Show" Oct. 19.
Tony Award winner Betty Buckley.
Tony Award winner Betty Buckley.

Buckley will perform a song from the "1967" recording and will also chat about her imminent Town Hall solo debut concert. Buckley will perform at the famed Manhattan venue Oct. 20 at 8 PM; the concert is part of Scott Siegel's three-day Broadway Cabaret Festival. NBC's "Today Show" airs in the metropolitan area on Channel 4 from 7-11 AM ET; check local listings. Buckley's appearance is currently scheduled for the 10-11 AM hour.

Betty Buckley offered acclaimed performances in Sunset Boulevard, Carrie, Song & Dance, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, 1776 and Promises, Promises. She won a Tony Award for her performance as Grizabella in the Broadway production of Cats, and she starred on the London stage in Promises, Promises and Sunset Boulevard, earning an Olivier Award nomination for her work in the latter. Also a TV ("Eight Is Enough") and film ("Tender Mercies") star, the actress-singer devotes much of her time to concert appearances around the world. Her solo CD, "Stars and the Moon: Betty Buckley Live at the Donmar Warehouse," was nominated for a Grammy Award and is available on the Concord Records label. The actress was also seen on the final three seasons of the acclaimed HBO series "Oz" as well as in the Lincoln Center revue, Elegies: A Song Cycle.

Betty Buckley's unreleased debut album will be available on the Playbill Records/Sony BMG Masterworks Broadway label.
Betty Buckley's unreleased debut album will be available on the Playbill Records/Sony BMG Masterworks Broadway label.
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