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Cynthia Crane and Mike Renzi: Blue Rendezvous: Bittersweet Midnight – Blue Songs

Songs,” notes vocalist Cynthia Crane, “(are) my heritage, the stuff of my dreams, through which I fashion fantasy soap-operas invoked by images in words and music.” Taking tunes by masters such as Tom Adair/Matt Dennis, Don Raye/Gene de Paul and Ted Koehler/Harold Arlen, Crane transforms the likes of “The Night We Called It a Day” into poignant mini-dramas. A veteran of New York’s thriving cabaret scene, Crane is an impressive story-teller whose intimate style clearly reveals the soul of a heart-on-sleeve romantic.

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