Soap Star Eileen Fulton Will Offer Blame It on My Youth in April

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Eileen Fulton, star of the CBS soap opera "As The World Turns," will offer an afternoon of song April 17 at 3 PM at Bob Egan's – New Hope Cabaret, at the Ramada of New Hope, PA.

Fulton's newest show, entitled Blame It on My Youth, will feature direction by Diana Basmajian. Music director Bob Goldstone will be featured on piano with Tom Hubbard on bass.

Audiences can expect to hear Fulton's renditions of "Fever," "Blue Moon" and "Stormy Weather," among others.

Fulton, according to press notes, will also share "memorable stories of growing up as a preacher’s daughter in North Carolina; becoming the vixen of daytime television; her time spent in Hollywood and all of her loves and let go’s--the men who got away--and the men who she survived to tell about."

Though Fulton is most famous for her "World" role, Lisa Grimaldi, she is no stranger to the stage. She performed as Honey in the original Broadway production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? as well as Off-Broadway in The Fantasticks. She is the recipient of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Lifetime Achievement Award, and was inducted into the Soap Opera Hall of Fame.

The show has a $25 music charge with a $15 food and drink minimum. The Ramada of New Hope is located at 6426 Lower York Road (Route 202) New Hope, PA. For reservations call (215) 862-5221 or visit

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