One of the premiere interpreters of popular song, the multi-talented Roslyn Kind will dazzle audiences at the Cannery Casino & Hotel. Lauded by critics from The London Times, New York Post, Time Magazine and the New York Times, Ms. Kind has forged a successful career in all facets of entertainment from critically acclaimed recordings to sold-out performances on Broadway and in top concert venues and nightclubs the world over. Los Angeles Times jazz writer Don Heckman once said, “Forget that Roslyn Kind is Barbra Streisand’s kid sister. She’s too good and too special to have to worry about comparisons.”
The special two-night engagement will be held at The Club, located inside the Cannery Casino & Hotel, Friday, November 14 and Saturday, November 15 with both shows starting at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door.
Ms. Kind is familiar to both national and international audiences for her headlining appearances at some of the most prestigious venues including Lincoln Center, The Greek Theater and London’s Café Royal. In 2006, she made her Carnegie Hall debut with her frequent musical collaborator and friend, Michael Feinstein. Ms. Kind began her performing career while still in her teens with the release of her first album, Give Me You. Ms. Kind’s latest CD release is Come What May, which the New York Times described as “splendid and sizzling.” Concurrent with her recording career, Ms. Kind has appeared in both movies and television. She made her feature film debut with a challenging dramatic role in I’m Going to be Famous. Ms. Kind’s list of television credits includes the film “Switched at Birth,” multiple episodes of NBC’s “Gimme a Break,” “Throb” starring Jane Leeves and CBS’s “The Nanny.” For more information, visit http://www.roslynkind.com.