Leanne Borghesi & Marta Sanders: "SHOW BROADS"

Leanne Borghesi & Marta Sanders: "SHOW BROADS"

Marta Sanders
Leanne Borghesi
Birdland Jazz Club
All Ages
Birdland is excited to welcome Leanne Borghesi and Marta Sanders in "Blowin' the Roof Off!"




Sunday November 17th, 2019, 5:30pm

New York’s consummate cabaret and musical theater Powerhouse- MARTA SANDERS teams up with larger than life comedic Chanteuse LEANNE BORGHESI in “SHOW BROADS” a bawdy new nightclub act at Birdland Jazz Club, Sunday November 17th, 5:30pm. Sanders and Borghesi’s dynamic vocals, comedic chops and brassy belts are reminiscent of the historic Vaudeville/Burlesque circuit. Two brassy belters & one hot band these “SHOW BROADS” are doin’ it the broad’s way for one night only in a raucous 75- minute nightclub duet… where tempers will flare & feathers will fly! Directed by Nicolas Minas, Dramaturgy by Nathan Cann, Musical Direction by Dana P. Rowe with Don Kelly on drums, Jim Piela on sax/clarinet/flute, Jamie Mohamdien on bass.

Tickets: $30 + $10 food/drink min

When: SUNDAY November 17th, 2019, 5:30pm

Location: BIRDLAND JAZZ CLUB 315 W 44th St Suite 5402, New York, NY 10036

Website https://www.birdlandjazz.com/

Marta was born in Austin, Texas, the second of five children in a family that loved to perform. Her father's career, devoted mostly to education and social service activities, required relocating the family frequently throughout the Northeast and Midwest, and finally to South America. It was there that Marta's life in music began. From Columbia to Argentina, Marta was moved and inspired by the soul of the Latin music, which carried on with her and is reflected in her first album, Corazon Del Alma.

A fiercely independent Marta moved to New York City and attended American Music and Dramatic Academy. Following her graduation, she found work on stage and in the cabarets both as a solo entertainer and band member. She even had a run in Broadway's Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Shortly after, she took her big bold voice and knockout stage presence to the seas, as she honed her craft on cruise ships and hotel show rooms through the Caribbean and Central America.