Michael Feinstein, who is currently playing a month-long engagement with Barbara Cook, will also appear with Tony Danza (Dec. 1-2) and Kelli O'Hara (Dec. 31).
Other artists scheduled to play the intimate nightspot include Lucie Arnaz (Paper Mill's White Christmas) in Latin Roots from Jan. 5-8, 2012; Our Sinatra original cast members Eric Comstock, Christopher Gines and Hilary Kole (Jan. 17-21); Petula Clark (Jan. 24-Feb. 4); "American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard (Feb. 7-11); Little Anthony & The Imperials (Feb. 14-18); Eric Michael Gillette and La Tanya Hall (Feb. 21-25); Gloria Reuben (Feb. 28-March 3); original Jekyll & Hyde star Linda Eder (March 13-17); Tony Award winner Barbara Cook (March 20-31); Marilyn Maye (April 24-May 5); Drama Desk nominee Marni Nixon (Sunday nights in April); Sheera Ben-David (May 15-19); and Harry Allen in Harry Allen's Monday Night Jazz (Jan. 2, Feb. 7, March 5 and April 2).
The Feinstein's at Loews Regency special concert series will include Magical Nights at Feinstein's (every Sunday night); The Broadway Hootenanny, a one-hour musical revue with the top talents of Broadway (Thursday nights starting Dec. 8); Kim Garfunkel (Jan. 4); Jenna Esposito in Italian Undercover (Jan. 11); Jake LaMotta and Denise Baker in The Lady and the Champ (Jan. 12); Anna Bergman in You and the Night and the Music (Jan. 13-14); Tamela D'Amico (Jan. 15); Caroline Jones (Jan. 22); Rock Talk: An Intimate Conversation with Brendan James (Jan. 23); Mark Ballas from "Dancing With the Stars" (Jan. 29); and Bette Sussman and Elaine Caswell in Beauty & La Biche (Jan. 30).
Feinstein's at Loews Regency is located at 540 Park Avenue. For more information, visit feinsteinsattheregency.com.