3 Men and a Baby … Grand! Salute the Rat Pack

Broadway and Recording Artists, Brian Lane Green, Lee Lessack, and Johnny Rodgers join voices in  “3 Men and a Baby…Grand: Salute the Rat Pack”.   Recorded LIVE during their engagement at…

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Broadway and Recording Artists, Brian Lane Green, Lee Lessack, and Johnny Rodgers join voices in  “3 Men and a Baby…Grand: Salute the Rat Pack”.   Recorded LIVE during their engagement at Founders Hall at Orange County Performing Arts Center.  Their harmonies are incredible and individually each one brings star-power to the stage.

Track Listing

1 Who Would Dare?/ Finger's Snappin' (3 Men)
2 Luck Be A Lady (3 Men)
3 The Boy's Night Out (3 Men)
4 I know what you’re thinking..." (Johnny)
5 Cool Cat (Lee)
6 Stick Around (Johnny)
7 Yes, I Can (Brian)
8 Once in a Lifetime (Lee)
9 From the Barstool (Johnny)
10 Everybody Loves Somebody (Brian)
11 Sway (Lee)
12 Ain't That a Kick In the Head (Johnny) / You're Nobody til Somebody Loves You
13 Strangers in the Night (Brian) / I've Got You Under My Skin (Johnny) / Night and Day (Lee)
14 Birth of the Blues (Johnny)
15 Shadow of Your Smile (Lee)
16 Me and My Shadow (Lee & Brian)
17 The One I Love (Lee & Johnny)
18 What Kind Of Fool Am I? / Who Can I Turn To? (3 Men)
19 That's Life (Brian)
20 Drink to me only ... Vegas (3 Men)
21 Chicago (3 Men)
22 New York, New York (3 Men)
23 All the Way (3 Men)
24 One for My Baby (3 Men)

Praise for 3 Men and a Baby … Grand! Salute the Rat Pack…

  • “Passing through New York with their Rat Pack Show, the amusingly titled group 3 Men and a Baby Grand played at the Metropolitan Room last week and made a strong impression. The trio made it clear from the start that they were not going to impersonate Frank, Dean and Sammy. It was their intention to simply celebrate those pop icons by singing some of the songs that they made famous. Based on that agenda, they did not disappoint.

    The show is fast-paced, light fun and full of the tightest, most beautiful harmonies you are likely to hear in a cabaret club. To be blunt, it is far superior to any other rat pack show we’ve seen so far.”

    — TalkinBroadway.com 9/2006
  • “The BEST male cabaret singer to come along since Michael Feinstein”

    — Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune
  • “A riveting performance that touches every emotional chord”

    — Washington Blade
  • “Lee Lessack will take your breath away. A wonderful romantic crooner”

    — InTheater Magazine
  • “Impeccable selection of songs, superb phrasing, a cumulative effect that guarantees a smile on every listener’s face. Ample quantities of warmth, joy and intelligence. RARE, SUPERB, and thoroughly enjoyable!”

    — Rex Reed
  • “His tone is remarkable; He floats phrases in a sort of half-whisper, his dusky tenor rippling with just a touch of vibrato.”

    — Daryl Miller, LA Times
  • “A superior vocalist, whose perfect phrasing, tonal purity, and fluent, whisper-soft tenor place him in the category of singers in cabaret whose voices should be heard by wider audiences.”

    — John Hoglund, BackStage
  • “A highly skilled song interpreter”

    — Playbill Magazine
  • “There is a touching purity to his voice. This is romanticism of a high order”

    — Paul Verna, Billboard Magazine
  • “This is a beguiling album, full of charm and freshness. One that will only enhance Lessack’s already enviable reputation as one of the best singers around.”

    — Cabaret Showcase, London
  • “This disc further establishes the singer, who blends a smooth sound with a striking emotional honesty, as one of the most moving song interpreters in the world.”

    — Andrew Gans, Playbill Magazine
  • “It is not just his crystalline, easily produced sound, or his immaculate phrasing, or his sensitivity to the lyrics that makes it happen, it is Lessack’s complete connection with the soul of a song and his ability to carefully share that soul like a delicate gift with the listener that makes the experience deliriously dangerous. All at once you feel like crying and laughing and hugging yourself with joy as you should in the presence of any truly talented artist.”

    — Cabaret Hotline

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With his graceful lyric baritone vocals and a sophisticated yet endearing persona, Lee Lessack has toured extensively in the United States and Europe to sold-out performances and has released five recordings. His most ambitious recording to date, “In Good Company,”…