Barb Jungr/John McDaniel


"Not to be missed! Terrific! Jungr & McDaniel bring the past vibrantly into the present with a programme of innovatively re-arranged Beatles songs. Deeply affecting - exhilarating - mesmerizingly intense - exquisite! Thrilling and revelatory, the show is that rarity: an Anglo/American collaboration that's actually worth celebrating, and that's enough to restore your faith in "the Special Relationship", after all." Alex Ramon, Pop Matters, UK

"Who among us isn't familiar with the refrain "Ah, look at all the lonely people" from the Beatles classic "Eleanor Rigby"? To hear it performed by the great British cabaret singer Barb Jungr and the Broadway musical director John McDaniel at Feinstein's/54 Below on Wednesday evening was to find it clarified as never before. In her ability to revitalize familiar songs by theatrically dramatizing the lyrics, Ms. Jungr has a magic touch. From within the most seemingly trivial love song, she uncovered a stunning depth and complexity of feeling. For a dedicated song aficionado, it was like finding gold in a well-worked mine." The New York Times

Award winning "great British cabaret singer" (The New York Times) and "One of the best night club singers in the world" (Time Out New York), Barb Jungr, joins forces with the formidably talented Grammy and two time Emmy Award winning US composer, arranger and music director John McDaniel to celebrate life in all its colours. John, one of the most sought after Music Directors and arrangers on Broadway, and Barb, whose recorded and live work is now known worldwide, have together toured both sides of the Atlantic with their rave reviewed, 5 star collection of Beatles songs, "Come Together". THAT'S LIFE will showcase new arrangements of Sondheim, Sinatra, The Beatles and more.

Nominated for "Best Duo Show of 2015" by


Before and during the shows, cocktails, wines, champagnes and snacks are available. We would also encourage you to enjoy a meal in the Brasserie before or after a performance.


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