The vocal artistry of Mabel Mercer is timeless, lovely and heartbreaking. Her unique interpretations give new meaning and dimensions to some of the greatest songs ever written. Now, you can enjoy this legendary singer in the intimate surroundings of Cleo's in New York. One-on-one with you. No cover. No minimum. Just maximum music from "the grande dame of popular song." (New York Times)
Mabel Mercer, the grande dame of popular song, performs a set of 17 songs at Cleo's in New York City. Frank Sinatra once said, "Mabel Mercer taught me everything I know," and this jazz legend set ablaze stages from Europe to America. This program features one of the last recordings of Mercer, and features songs such as "Blame it on My Youth," "If Love Were All," and "Trouble Comes."
Jazz Vocal |
Jazz Vocalists |
Live Performances |
Music (General) |
Music Video |
Pop / Rock |
Pop Vocal |
Part of the VIEW Video Jazz Series.
Mabel Mercer was born in 1900 in Staffordshire, England and died in 1984.
Taped at Cleo's in New York City.
Selections include: "That's for Me" "Blame It on My Youth" "My Love Is a Wanderer" "Get Well Soon" "If Love Were All" "Wait Till You're Sixty-Five" "Clouds" "Experiment" "Being Green" "More I Can Not Wish You" "Isn't He Adorable" "The Times of Your Life" "Trouble Comes" "Some Fine Day" "It Amazes Me" "Remind Me" "It's All Right with Me"