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BRUCE CLOUGH
FROM OUT OF THE BLUES
DON’T TELL MAMA
MARCH 21 AND APRIL 4 @ 7:00 PM

Veteran performer Bruce Clough has joined forces with legendary cabaret artist Lennie Watts and renowned pianist Tracy Stark in a timely cabaret called FROM OUT OF THE BLUES, exploring therapeutic blues from the New Orleans region, at Don’t Tell Mama – 343 West 46th Street: Saturday, March 21 at 7pm and Saturday, April 4 at 7pm. And we ALL need a hit of therapeutic blues now and then. $15 cover charge. 2-drink minimum. Cash only.

Bruce Clough has juggled careers as a professional actor, band singer, stage director, teacher of Drama and Language Arts, editor, and acting coach. He has worked with Show Biz icons Sir Anthony Hopkins, F. Murray Abraham, Mike Nichols, and James Gandolfini, and performed at such prestigious venues as The Public Theatre, The Dallas Theatre Center, and The Actors Theater in Louisville. He owes an enormous debt as a teacher, performer and person to his mentor, Uta Hagen. Over the last decade Bruce has created a unique, somewhat spooky brand in the New York cabaret scene with a series of audience pleasers that earned him raves:

Bruce Clough is an amazing MEGA-talent! What a spectacular voice—raspy, sexy, with a tremendous range and soul. Bruce is also a fantastic actor and storyteller who really pushed himself and the envelope in this fun show. He completely connected to the lyrics, and his patter was fluid and delivered as if he was just chatting us up . . . but with purpose.~Cabaret Hotspot (Sue Matsuki)

..sizeable, smoky voice.~Cabaret Scenes (Chris Struck)

Clough is a find!~Woman About Town (Alix Cohen)

“Bruce’s voice morphs seamlessly from compellingly raspy to tear-jerkingly sweet.”~Broadway World (Stephen Hanks)

The Band:
TRACY STARK (piano)
DON KELLY (percussion)
BOO REINER (guitar; sings; other instruments)
SKIP WARD (bass)
BECKY RAPPOCCIO (bkd vocals)

Media Contact: Richard Skipper
Richard@RichardSkipper.com

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