Local Cabaret Singer Invites Public to Live Recording Session


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Known for her throwing sandwiches at her audiences, local cabaret singer-songwriter/performance artist Miss Alexandra Huntingdon will record her first live album at Survival Kit Gallery (located inside the 78th St. Studios) at 8 p.m. on Friday, August 8, and she’s inviting local fans to attend the session. Tickets to the live performance are available at missalexandra.brownpapertickets.com. All proceeds will be used to offset the cost of album production. Check out the singer and her band the Gentlemen's Intermission performing at the Happy Dog and at Brothers Lounge in this YouTube clip.

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