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Eve Marie Shahoian
Friday, November 16, 2018 at 7:00PM

The Green Room 42
570 Tenth Ave
4th Floor inside YOTEL
New York, NY 10036
42nd Street & Tenth Avenue
1,2,3,A,C,E,N,Q,R,S

No Food or Beverage Minimum -- Full Food & Beverage Service (click to see menu)

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"Blessed with a stunning soprano and impressive songwriting skills, a knack for choosing complementary cover material, her interpretations are poignant and engaging with a deep connection to the lyric and melody" –Steve Murray,Cabaret Scenes

"I want to use her on my stage show, an amazing voice, and talent" –Liberace

"Eve Marie’s voice is astounding and sincere." –Bill Murray, The Celebrity Cafe


Eve Marie Shahoian, soloist of NBC's The Tonight Show, Billboards 2011 "Outstanding Original Song" recipient, 2017 Grammy Consideration for album Believe, returns to NYC debuting a new solo cabaret show at The Green Room 42, Broadway Bébé!

You will be led on a magical journey of interweaving autobiographical monologues and song as Eve Marie shares stories of her career as a former child prodigy, and work with legendary, iconic celebrities including pianist Liberace, and Johnny Carson. She will perform songs from Broadway shows, Beautiful the Carol King Musical, Waitress, and Mama Mia! to name a few, featuring music of Broadways great leading female roles and the songwriters that bring them to life. Eve Marie will include personal favorites by songwriters including Carol King's "You Make Me Feel like a Natural Women, Sara Bareilles' "She Used to Be Mine" and perform original music from her recent album, Believe.

Joining Eve Marie is NYC's Legendary Pianist/Music Director Bette Sussman, known for collaborations and tours with Whitney Houston and Bette Midler. From Waitress cast, Lee Nadel on bass, and on guitar Broadway's own Larry Saltzman.

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