Robert Habermann's Great American Songbook Series © presents MAD ABOUT MOVIES - The Story of the Hollywood Musical from 1927, when Al Jolson uttered the immortal words "You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet!".
Robert Habermann, voted New York's Best International Performer
of the Manhattan Cabaret, was discovered by legendary American
singer Margaret Whiting. He has lived in the U.S.A, where he has
undertaken several major tours and where he was lucky to meet many
of the composers of the Great American Songbook. He has performed
with Margaret Whiting, Kay Starr, Steve Ross, Rosemary Squires and
the late Loonis McGlohan, who wrote songs for Sinatra. He has been
the lead singer for a number of Big Bands and has performed at
Purcell Room, London's South Bank Centre, the Royal Albert Hall,
London Palladium, London's Pizza On The Park, The Pheasantry, Pizza
Express and many other venues in the UK
Tonight's programme includes: The Trolley Song, 42nd Street, Too Marvellous For Words, My Foolish Heart, Moonlight Becomes You, True Love and many more film hits, climaxing with a medley of twenty Oscar-winning songs.
Musical Director: Trevor Brown