Award winning Songstress, Marieann Meringolo, will return to the popular New York Supper-club, “The Beach Cafe,” on March 27th.

The tour also includes her West Coast and Boston Debuts at the popular nightclubs, “Feinstein’s at Vitello’s” in Studio City, CA on March 30th and “Martinis Above Fourth” in San Diego, CA on April 1st and at “Club Cafe'” in Boston MA, on March 21st.

The tour will feature two different shows from the gifted team of Marieann and her Director: Will Nunziata
At “Feinsteins at Vitello’s” and “Martinis Above Fourth,” Marieann will Debut her critically acclaimed “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow:Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman” concert. The theatrical concert celebrates the three-time Academy Award-winning songwriting team of Alan & Marilyn Bergman.

At the “Club Cafe” and the “The Beach Cafe,” Marieann will perform the newly updated “Here’s To The Ladies” Tribute Show. A salute to great ladies in song. Celebrating such icons as Peggy Lee, Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, Rosemary Clooney, Dionne Warwick and Edith Piaf.

For tickets please visit:
The Beach Cafe:
Feinstein’s at Vitello’s:
Martinis Above Fourth:
Club Cafe’:

Marieann has been called “One of the circuit’s most powerful singers” and Time Out New York claimed, “If k.d. lang’s DNA were to get whipped together with Barbra Streisand’s in a genetics lab specializing in divas, the result might well be Marieann Meringolo.” She is a MAC Award-Winning Recording Artist as well as a Bistro Award-Winner for “Outstanding Vocalist.”

Last March, she returned to the legendary cabaret haunt, “Don’t Tell Mama” for the first time in 30 years, and was gifted with a sell out! In June, Marieann made a highly acclaimed debut at the Provinetown Cabaret Festival, became a member of the famous Friar’s Club, with a special appearance of her “Bergman” tribute. A Sold Out! event held for members of this prestigous club. In October, she appeared at the legendary Provincetown Woman’s weekend, and closed out the year in December with her 13th Sold Out! appearance at the Best nightclub room in New York, “Feinstein’s/54 Below,” with her “In the Spirit” show.

Quotes on Marieann

“The music of the Bergmans, as movingly realized by Marieann Meringolo, transports us to a better and more ideal world.” ~ Will Friedwald, American Music Critic, WNYC

“To do justice to the lyrics of Alan & Marilyn Bergman, a singer must have flawless pitch, a very attractive tone, the ability to enunciate perfectly so one always understands the lyrics, and a solid sense of swing. She has all of those qualities.”
– Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene, author of The Jazz Singers

“While many modern singers see a song and its lyrics as a showcase for their voice, Marieann Meringolo sees her voice as a showcase for a song and lyrics. Many try but few manage to come close to Streisand’s interpretation. With a timbre, vocal range and syllabication remarkably close to Streisand’s, Meringolo makes every precious word register in your heart. The same can be said for her rendition of “It Might Be You,” as Meringolo brings out the poetry and romantic idealism of a song as pure as love itself.”
~ David Witter, Fra Noi

”The voice of Marieann Meringolo will woo you, win you and whisper in your ear.” ~ John Anderson, New York Newsday Critic

She’s fantastic, shades of Streisand and Nancy Lamott with a whole lot of Meringolo swing. I loved everything about her, personality, jazz feel, and musically confident presentation. The best singers always seem to have the most creative pianists as musical directors. Doyle Newmyer had great arrangements of my favorite tunes. You’re Crazy if you don’t catch her.”
~ Stephen Sorokoff, Times Square Chronicles

The acclaimed CD “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow:The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman” has continued to recieve airplay around the country, a year and a half after it’s release.
It has been featured on the Jay Daniel’s “SimplyTimesRadio Show;” David Kenny’s “Everything Old Is New Again” the “Penthouse Radio” stations and the Jonathan Schwartz show to receiving multiple spins on Russ Kassoff’s “The Jazz Deli” radio show, along side her idols, the late Michel Legrand and Barbra Streisand.

Link to Interview by Adam Rothenberg/Call Me Adam:

You can purchase the CD here:
Official Music Video for I Was Born In Love With You:…
Visit the Hear Now Link: https://marieannmeringolo…

Come and join the celebrated songstress as she brings her glorious voice to your city. Make your RSVP’s Today!

The Spring Tour Musicians

Club Cafe’ – Boston, MA – 3/21/2020
Tom LaMark – piano

The Beach Cafe – New York, NY – 3/27/2020
Doyle Newmyer – piano
Josh Marcum – bass

Feinstein’s At Vitello’s – Studio City, CA – 3/30/2020
Brad Ellis (from Glee) – piano
Nate Light – bass
Tom Bowe – drums

Martinis Above Fourth – San Diego, CA – 4/1/2020
Mikan Zlatkovich-piano
Will Lyle-bass
Duncan Moore-drums