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Tom Wopat at The Stage @ Rockwells

Where

The Stage @ Rockwells
105 Wolfs Lane
Pelham, NY

When

Fri, May 9, 2014
9:30 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-05-09 9:30 pm 2014-05-09 Tom Wopat at The Stage @ Rockwells "He shares with Sinatra an ability to live inside whatever he sings.”
Stephen Holden, The New York Times

Star of stage and screen Tom Wopat will take the Stage at Rockwells for two performances on Friday, May 9th at 7:15 and 9:30 PM. Making a rare Westchester County appearance, the famed Broadway star, memorable Dukes of Hazzard actor and jazz and cabaret performer, has just released his eighth album, I’ve Got Your Number. With his warm baritone and far-ranging interpretive skills he offers new, intriguing musical twists to such Great American Songbook classics as “The Good Life,” “The Folks Who Live On The Hill,” “Call Me,” “Born To Be Blue” and “I Won’t Dance,” as well as contemporary songs from the likes of Paul Simon, Judy Collins, Bruce Springsteen, Bruce Hornsby and James Taylor.

Breaking through with his starring role in the '80s hit television series The Dukes of Hazzard, Wopat moved on to a brilliant Broadway career with roles in Annie Get Your Gun and A Catered Affair (he received Tony Award nominations for both), as well as Chicago, Forty-Second St., Sondheim on Sondheim and more. He recently returned to the silver screen to play U.S. Marshall Gill Tatum in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained.
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Tickets

$30

Musicians

Tom Wopat
Tom Wopat
vocalist

About

"He shares with Sinatra an ability to live inside whatever he sings.”
Stephen Holden, The New York Times

Star of stage and screen Tom Wopat will take the Stage at Rockwells for two performances on Friday, May 9th at 7:15 and 9:30 PM. Making a rare Westchester County appearance, the famed Broadway star, memorable Dukes of Hazzard actor and jazz and cabaret performer, has just released his eighth album, I’ve Got Your Number. With his warm baritone and far-ranging interpretive skills he offers new, intriguing musical twists to such Great American Songbook classics as “The Good Life,” “The Folks Who Live On The Hill,” “Call Me,” “Born To Be Blue” and “I Won’t Dance,” as well as contemporary songs from the likes of Paul Simon, Judy Collins, Bruce Springsteen, Bruce Hornsby and James Taylor. ...

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Douglas Panero uploaded this event on March 14, 2014