The 7:30 PM concerts, entitled From the Heart, also feature Carter's All-Star Band: Blue Lou Marini, Paul Liem and Luis Conte. The new show, according to press notes, includes Carter's "unique (and quite different) take on songs from Adele to Hank Williams, Jr. to Bruce Springsteen to Motown with several original tunes mixed in as well."
Lynda Carter has been singing since she was 14 years old, and was first recognized globally as a singer in the late 1970s when she released her first album, "Portrait," and sang two of its songs in the 1979 "Wonder Woman" episode, "Amazon Hot Wax." In the same year, she sold out the London Palladium within hours of tickets going on sale. She released her second solo album, "At Last," 30 years later, which reached number six in the US Billboard charts, and has recently toured the US playing venues including New York's Feinstein's at Loews Regency and Lincoln Center and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. In addition, she has produced and starred in five Emmy Award-winning TV specials.
Carter also played Matron "Mama" Morton in the London company of Chicago.
Her newest solo recording is titled “Crazy Little Things."
Tickets are priced from $30-$75 and can be purchased at jalc.org or by calling (212) 258-9999.