Concert promoter Sid Bernstein, who brought the Beatles to the United States and presented Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall, will bring Stevie Holland to Merkin Hall, Nov. 29 at 8 PM.
Holland’s show, "Songs of Inspiration and Love," is described in production notes as “a special evening to celebrate the release of Holland’s new CD, "Do You Ever Dream" which she co-wrote with Gary William Friedman (The Me Nobody Knows).
At Merkin, Holland will perform “songs from the CD as well as those by Kenny Loggins, Carole King, Michael McDonald, James Taylor, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen, Ira Gershwin and Kurt Weill. Holland ’s music director will be Jeffrey Klitz, with staging and direction by Andy Gale.
Holland is said to be performing in the musical The Last Supper, which is scheduled to be produced Off-Broadway. Tickets are $20. Merkin Concert Hall is located at 129 W. 67 St. For tickets call (212) 501-3330.
-- By Murdoch McBride