Stacy Sullivan

Stacy Sullivan at The Crazy Coqs

"A commanding, willowy presence, Sullivan captures Miss Lee's under-stated eroticism... She wants us to see Lee as a woman of our times, not just a songbird. Mission Accomplished." The Times

Returning for a second time after her highly acclaimed debut at The Crazy Coqs last year, Stacy Sullivan performs her dazzling tribute to musical icon Peggy Lee. IT'S A GOOD DAY - A TRIBUTE TO PEGGY LEE was premiered at the Metropolitan Room in New York in 2011, exploring the extraordinary musical and personal struggles of a singer, composer and actress, whose remarkable career spanned more than six decades.

Sullivan's fresh take on Peggy Lee's famous canon includes a new interpretation of Fever, Johnny Guitar, I Love Being Here With You, and the title song It's a Good Day. Sullivan joins forces with Jon Weber and Steve Doyle, who deftly apply their own stamp to each and every song.

Winner of the 2014 Nightlife Award for Outstanding Vocalist and 2002 MAC Award for Outstanding Female New York Debut from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs, Stacy Sullivan has performed in venues across the USA from the 92nd Street Y and Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York to the Ford Amphitheater and Feinstein's.

Jon Weber accompanies on piano and Steve Doyle on bass.


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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