Jeff Macauley: "Where Did The Gentleman Go?"
"Where Did The Gentleman Go?" looks at the songs of Bobby Troup and the life of Scotty Bowers, two ex-marines who made new lives for themselves in Los Angeles just after World War II. They each took divergent but intersecting paths to fulfillment after helping rid the world of fascism. One became an esteemed composer, pianist, singer, actor, and husband to Julie London. The other worked in a gas station and fucked just about every star in Hollywood.
Jeff Macauley has been singing in clubs from Los Angeles to New York since 1990. Jeff was nominated for 2018, 2017 and 2016 MAC Awards for Male Vocalist and has been nominated for several BroadwayWorld.com cabaret awards for his shows "Hollywood Party: Movie Songs 1928-1936," "It Was Me: The Lyrics of Norman Gimbel", Mr. "Lucky: The Songs of Henry Mancini", and "Le Grand Tour: The Music of Michel Legrand". In 1998, Jeff received Backstage Magazine's Bistro Award for Outstanding Theme Show for "MWAH! The Dinah Shore Show" which was successfully revived in 2016 in honor of Miss Shores centenary. "It Was Me: The Lyrics of Norman Gimbel", is also available as a studio recording at cdbaby.com and through iTunes and Amazon.
"Macauley does turn on the heat"--BistroAwards,com
"Macauleys sex appeal is as magnetic as it is dangerous."--New York Arts Review
"Delightful entertainment."--Theater Pizzazz
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Downtown's intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it "a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max's Kansas City from days gone by."
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