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Valentine’s Cabaret

| The Mack
Vocalists Catherine O'Brien and Joey Kitson come together with a trio of Don Fraser on keys, Deryl Gallant on upright bass, and Alan White on drums for this February 14 tradition. Expect a musical union of romance, humour, and classic love songs, accented by the swinging sounds of another era.

This is an evening out at The Mack where the audience will enjoy a varied selection of classics from The American Songbook. The jazz trio will back Kitson and O'Brien across two rollicking sets of ballads, blues tunes, and pop standards, including “My Funny Valentine,” “Time after Time,” “Skylark,” and “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You.” Other standouts include “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home to” and “Fly Me to the Moon.”
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