See me sing in three separate end-of-April performances!

1. April 24th, 10pm – my sister singer/songwriter Lisa Rein makes her New York debut at The Duplex (61 Christopher Street). It will be an hour of her original songs, performed with George Kelly with backup vocals by myself. The Facebook event is here for updates, and you can click here for reservations. $10 cover + 2-drink minimum.


2. April 25th, 7-10:00pm I’ll be singing with Marquee Five as a Special Guest of The Salon hosted by Mark Janas. This Bistro Award-winning, MAC Award-nominated open mic is one of my haunts each Sunday night (and I blog for them over at markjanasthesalon.blogspot.com). The theme of the evening is “It Takes Two (or More) to Tango…Ensemble Songs,” and it is hosted by a cappella quartet Voce. The evening is going to be FILLED with harmony, duets, trios, as well as solos and if you want to bring your own sheet music (or ask Mark Janas if he knows a standard), you can sing as well! Get there as soon as the signup starts at 6:30pm, I have a feeling it’ll be crowded. You can read about the event on Facebook here, check out the blog, and here are the vitals:

7-10pm April 25th, Sunday
at Etcetera Etc Restaurant
352 West 44th Street
(b/w 8th and 9th Ave. on the South side of the street)
www.etcrestaurant.com
212-399-4141
$10 cover plus $10 food and/or drink minimum.
And don’t forget to tip the wonderful waitstaff!

3. April 29th, 8pm – I will be singing as part of The Cellar Door Series, and underground cabaret at The Borcalino Room at Flute Grammercy (40 E. 20th St.). You can buy tickets and find more information here. There is a two-drink minimum. I’ll be on the same ticket with Julie Reyburn, Erin Cronican, Lianne Marie Dobbs, Martina Vidmar, and Allissa Crea. The wonderful composer/pianist William Zeffiro will host and play for the evening, which is part of a monthly (ie. the last Thursday) showcase of great talent. The facebook event can be found here.

Hope to see you at any or all these events!

Cheers,

Sierra Rein
“I don’t sing because I’m happy, I’m happy because I sing” – William James