Manhattan Association of Cabarets (MAC) Award winner for 'New York's Best Male vocalist', Craig Pomranz makes his debut at Crazy Coqs.
As an international song stylist, Craig offers jazz/saloon singing at its best. You'll hear classic standards, reinterpreted pop songs and brand-new material, delivered with his own unique talent and compelling vocal style. He carries the tradition of Sinatra, Bennett, Streisand, Wilson and Chet Baker with a contemporary twist.
Composers Amanda McBroom (Bette Midler's award-winning The Rose) and Michele Brourman (The Land Before Time series) wrote the song Different for Craig to sing, inspired by his popular children's book, Made By Raffi.
In NY, Craig played to sold-out audiences at three clubs at once with guests like Ann Hampton Callaway, Cissy and Whitney Houston and Karen Akers. It has been his great pleasure to have worked with and known jazz legend Teddi King. He has also worked with Murray Grand, Cleo Laine, Betty Buckley, and Nancy LaMott, and recorded with Barbara Cook, Kaye Ballard, and Faith Prince as well as his own CD's heard on radio stations around the world.
"Tenor of the Times" - GQ Magazine
"One of New York's most critically-acclaimed saloon singers" - New York Magazine
"The BEST male singer... his four-octave voice is alternately affecting, powerful, and nuanced; one of the finest instruments in the city" - New York Post
Should you wish to enjoy dinner or a light bite to eat before or after your show, Brasserie Zédel is located just across the foyer from Crazy Coqs. To book a table, please call 020 7734 4888 or visit us online at www.brasseriezedel.com/reservations.