Recorded LIVE at the famed Judy’s Chelsea nightclub in NYC, “Medleyfyin’ ” is a one-of-a-kind tribute to Richard Rodgers. Each number in this intriguing show is unique; they are all…

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About Medleyfyin’…

Recorded LIVE at the famed Judy’s Chelsea nightclub in NYC, “Medleyfyin’ ” is a one-of-a-kind tribute to Richard Rodgers. Each number in this intriguing show is unique; they are all medleys – a Richard Rodgers song paired with a song by a different composer (it might be Harold Arlen, it might be Arthur Schwartz, or even Stephen Sondheim or Billy Joel)

Track Listing

1 With A Song In My Heart/I Hear Music
2 Love Me Tonight / Let's Take the Long Way Home
3 Tea For Two / The Blue Room / Two Sleepy People
4 I Can't Say No / Love Isn't Born / Something's Got To Give
5 My Funny Valentine / Just the Way You Are
6 Why Can't I? / Hey, Love
7 Happy Talk / If Love Were All
8 Lovely To Look At / There is Nothing Like A Dame
9 The Sweetest Sounds / My Unknown Someone
10 Plant You Now, Dig You Later / Live Alone and Like It
11 Here's That Rainy Day / He Was Too Good To Me
12 It's Love / It's Got to be Love
13 A Cockeyed Optimist
14 Tomorrow

Praise for Medleyfyin’…

  • “…they have managed to include everything from larger-than-life dramatics to briskly swinging scat songs. As important as the choice of material are Kreston’s whimsical sense of humor and easy way of connecting with an audience”

    — Don Heckman – Los Angeles Times
  • “..(Kreston) finds a deep, persistent longing under the polished surface of Richard Rodgers ‘Sweetest Sounds’.”

    — Stephen Holden – New York Times
  • “I was struck by how deeply Kreston seems to feel every note she sings…”

    — Marisa Cohen – Time Out – New York
  • “Lahm’s carefully woven arrangements and unobtrusive accompaniment allow Kreston to shine, making for a wonderfully warm show by two pros dedicated to their art”

    — John Hoglund – Back Stage

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On June 1, 2004, Judy Kreston and David Lahm celebrated their musical partnership of twenty-four years, as well as almost fourteen years as husband and wife. Kreston, daughter of eminent concert pianist Gitta Gradova, and Lahm, son of Tony and…