“The consummate performer.”
– The New York Times
Acclaimed for her prolific work across film, television, theater and music recordings, charismatic cabaret singer and actress Julie Budd remains a beloved entertainer with a worldwide fan base. Budd’s numerous recordings span a wide range of genres and have garnered broad acclaim, including her album “Pure Imagination,” which landed on Entertainment Today magazine’s Top Ten List.
A regular performer on such iconic television shows as “The Carol Burnett Show,” “The Tonight Show” and “The Ed Sullivan Show,” Budd rapidly built her early career performing and collaborating with entertainment legends such as Frank Sinatra, Liberace and Joan Rivers.
She continues to headline at leading venues worldwide, including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and the legendary Birdland Theater in New York City. She recorded the title song for Disney feature film “Amy,” as well as the title song and soundtrack for “Living Free,” the sequel motion picture to “Born Free.” Budd has also acted in numerous hit television series and feature films, including “Two Lovers” with Gwyneth Paltrow and Joaquin Phoenix.
In her anticipated show featuring her longtime collaborator and music director Herb Bernstein — who discovered her at the age of 12 — Budd will perform uplifting songs by performers and songwriters she has worked with across her storied career, including Sinatra, Paul Anka, Duke Ellington and Michel Legrand. She will also share surprising and thrilling stories of working with these top stars.
A respected name in the entertainment industry, Bernstein has conducted, arranged, orchestrated and produced recordings for leading artists such as Tina Turner, John Denver, Lainie Kazan, Connie Francis, Tony Orlando, Merv Griffin, Mitch Rider and Sinatra. He has conducted major symphony orchestras across the nation, including The National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Philharmonic and many more.
Enjoy this joyful evening of iconic songs and personal stories with a lifelong entertainer.
Approx. 80 to 90 minutes with no intermission
Subject to change at artist’s discretion.
Prices vary according to when you purchase and the popularity of the show.
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