So thrilled, thankful and blessed to be the 2018 MAC AWARD WINNER FOR FEMALE VOCALIST!!! – I dedicate this to the late Barry Levitt, our Maestro! Barry believed in me, in my artistry, my voice and in PUSHING ON! He knew that somehow, I would float effortlessly into the Songs from 1941. I also am eternally […]
Join me on Wednesday, April 4th at 7pm @ Don’t Tell Mama’s for Cabaret Campaigns — an all-star variety show fundraising series set up to support progressive candidates for the 2018 mid-term elections.
On Sunday, March 25th, I’ll be singing in Bobbie Horowitz’s show, “IT’S JUST A NUMBER” at 3pm @ Don’t Tell Mama’s. Be there or miss out!
I’ve been nominated for a MAC Award and I couldn’t be more excited! I’m up for 2018’s Best Female Vocalist, so join me at the ceremonies on March 27th at B.B. King Blues Club here in New York City.
We live in some very harrowing, chaotic times. In 1941, we lived in similar times as we went to Germany to fight WWII. Today, like in 1941, we are constantly looking for ways to be lifted up and escape this horror. That is why when I heard about Dawn Derow’s My Ship: The Songs of […]
DAWN DEROW’S MY SHIP: SONGS FROM 1941 IS A SHOW NOT TO BE MISSED! Cabaret they say is a dying bred and for the most part it is like you have entered somebody’s therapy session, which is not my taste. It was with trepidation, that I ventured out to the Laurie Beechman Theatre to see Dawn […]
Dawn Derow October 25, 2017 | By Robert Windeler In so many ways, 1941 was a very good year in America. It was the year Joe DiMaggio scored hits in a record 56 straight games, leading the Yankees to yet another World Series win. The movies gave us such classics as Citizen Kane and Rebecca, […]
Dawn Derow by Alix Cohen Occasionally I have the pleasure of attending a really good cabaret show. More rare than these are evenings whose components hum like Swiss clockwork. Dawn Derow’s current piece is one of the latter, an auspicious collaboration where everything contributes to top notch entertainment. Derow takes to the WWII […]