"As much as any pop singer I can think of, Ms. McBroom is an American Everywoman sharing her personal wisdom with down-to-earth directness that is easily understood and deeply felt." The New York Times
In LET'S FALL IN LOVE, Amanda McBroom ponders the dark and light sides of that endangered species - romance.
What distinguishes McBroom from her contemporaries is her talent for writing exceptional songs that are flush with feelings and are witty and profound. Never over-the-top, her work seethes with a passion that is artfully funneled into music and lyrics.
In her show at The Crazy Coqs, as well as brilliantly interpreting the classical American Songbook, she will be singing several self-penned numbers including most famously The Rose, an international hit for Bette Midler, and Errol Flynn, which McBroom wrote about her father the actor David Bruce who worked with Flynn and Gary Cooper. She will also be debuting two brand new songs, Old Love and No Fear.
Musical Director - Michele Brourman