Lillie Kae Set to Perform Live on the Dennis Bono Show Thursday April 26 in Las Vegas


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Lillie Kae Shifts Her Career From Broadway to Cabaret With The Release of Her Debut Album “I'm Glad There Is You" Featuring The Single “That's All"-Lillie Is Set To Perform Live On The Dennis Bono Show Thursday April 26, 2007 At Sam's Town Casino

(Englewood Cliffs, NJ - April 22, 2007) See Broadway star Lillie Kae perform live on The Dennis Bono Show Thursday, April 26, 2007 at Sam's Town Live which is Live Taping of the “The Dennis Bono Show" Radio show broadcasting weekly on KUNV 91.5. Tickets are free. Please arrive promptly at 1:30pm for a 2:00pm show.

Broadway veteran Lillie Kae recently celebrated the release of her first studio recording “I'm Glad There Is You" and the release of her first single “That's All"; by performing a stunning set of jazz standards at Birdland in New York City. Her trio featured guest soloist and legendary guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli.

Along with a handful of record label representatives, the audience was dotted with industry friends, such as Ashford and Simpson. Valerie Simpson has endorsed Lillie Kae before--"There wasn't one song that I didn't thoroughly enjoy. The choice of material and Lillie Kae's interpretation were simply beautiful"--and the evening of March 20 was no exception.

In May of 2006, New Jersey resident Lillie Kae debuted her sound at Ridgewood, New Jersey's Blend lounge for two sold-out audiences. She then devoted the following ten months to developing her first studio recording. The album features a pared-down kind of jazz first popularized by Nat King Cole. Lillie Kae honed this sensibility over course of her work with Pizzarelli and his protg, Edward Decker.

The result is spare and smoky, featuring renditions of standards such as “Day In, Day Out", “That,s All" and “Talk to Me Baby." The album also features rarely recorded verses in “What is There to Say" and “I'm Glad there is You," along with other gems from a golden age in American songwriting.

Lillie Kae's entrance into the jazz/cabaret scene came on the heels of an impressive run in touring productions of West Side Story, Sunset Boulevard, Evita and Crazy for You. After a two-year stint performing in the Broadway production of CHICAGO, Lillie Kae took time off from the stage to pursue other personal interests - primarily to dedicate quality time to her young family.

Today, Lillie Kae is celebrating the completion and release of her first studio recording. The debut CD features Pizzarelli, along with seasoned pianist Tony Monte.

Preview copies of the album have been distributed and have the radio community buzzing. Jim Stone of WLNZ in Michigan said the album is “Magnificent!". Lou Powers of WBCD in Philadelphia called Lillie Kae's CD, “Terrific and wonderful in every way"; and deemed Pizzarelli's solos to be “the best I have heard him play."

Len Triola, the former Program Director for WNEW has been promoting the project with tremendous energy. After just one week of promotion and radio interviews, Lillie Kae's music has been put into regular rotation on the Jazz Caf at Hofstra's WRHU as well as stations in Philadelphia and Detroit. “We are already on a number of radio stations across the country building our national profile" said Decker, who is now serving as Lillie Kae's Musical Director and guitarist.

“I'm Glad There Is You" is currently available at record stores and online.

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