Hilary Gardner On Song Travels While singing Tom Waits' "Drunk on the Moon," she evokes memories of another time and place.
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Hilary Gardner In The Studio

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Hilary Gardner On Song Travels

Hilary Gardner On Song Travels

Hilary Gardner In The Studio

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Set List

  • Gardner (voice), Ehud Asherie (piano), "The Great City" (Lewis)
  • Gardner (voice), Asherie (piano), "Autumn in New York" (Duke)
  • Gardner (excerpt), "Drunk on the Moon" (Waits)
  • Gardner (voice), Asherie (piano), "My Brooklyn Love Song" (Tibbles, Idriss)
  • Gardner (excerpt), "No One After You" (Thomas, Cohen)
  • Gardner (voice), Asherie (piano), "Manhattan Avenue" (McKay)
  • Gardner (voice), Feinstein (piano), "The Brooklyn Bridge" (Styne, Cahn)

Hilary Gardner made her debut on Broadway in Twyla Tharp's musical Come Fly Away, singing solos and duets with the recorded voice of Frank Sinatra. In 2014, she released her debut solo album, The Great City, a love letter to New York.

On this Song Travels, Gardner evokes memories of another time and place with her take on Tom Waits' ballad "Drunk on the Moon."

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