Wednesday, November 11, 2015
We are very proud to be a part of NYC STANDS FOR THE TROOPS – A NIGHT OF MUSIC AND LAUGHTER TO BENEFIT OUR VETS this Veterans Day!
We’ll be joining Little Anthony, Bettye LaVette, Paul Shaffer, Jonatha Brooke, Lea DeLaria, Will Lee, Michael Bacon, Vincent Pastore, David & Sophie Buskin, Robbie Kondor, John McCurry, Clint de Ganon, Jennifer Pacanowski and Judy Collins for an evening of incredible entertainment in support of our herioic and deserving veterans, serving soldiers and their families.
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We hope everyone is enjoying the summer!
…be sure to keep an eye out for some exciting TMT updates and news…
Photo by Sherry Rayn Barnett
Combining forces for the first time, The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6 ~ two of the most acclaimed, award-winning vocal groups in pop music ~ create an unforgettable concert event that will thrill audiences of all ages.
Between them, the two groups boast a remarkable 20 Grammy Awards, and a range of styles that covers nearly every genre of popular music; from jazz to swing, from gospel to R&B. As The Manhattan Transfer mark the 40th Anniversary of their debut recording on Atlantic Records ~ Janis Siegel, Alan Paul, and Cheryl Bentyne will honor founding member, Tim Hauser, as they continue to tour with their newest member, Trist Curless. TMT joins Take 6 as they share their crystal clear harmony, innovative arrangements and funky grooves, demonstrating why this sextet is recognized as the pre-eminent A cappella group in the world. No ordinary double bill, this is a show combining unexpected twists and turns to create a once-in-a-lifetime event!
Friday ~ May 15, 2015
Bridgeport, CT @ Klein Memorial Auditorium CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS!
Saturday ~ May 16, 2015
Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theatre CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS!
…MORE DATES TO COME SOON…
Check out our newest press photo taken during our successful run at the Blue Note in New York City last month…
Photo Credit: Lloyd Mulvey ~ www.lloydmulvey.com
Janis Siegel, Trist Curless, Alan Paul & Cheryl Bentyne
It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of Tim Hauser’s passing with you all… As many of you know, Tim was the visionary behind The Manhattan Transfer. We spent more than 40 years together singing and making music, traveling the world, and sharing so many special moments throughout our lives… It’s incomprehensible to think of this world without him.
We join his loving wife, Barb, his beautiful children, his family, and the rest of the world in mourning the loss of our dear friend and partner in song.
Janis, Cheryl and Alan
For those of you with tickets to our UPCOMING SHOWS, we will continue to tour as scheduled and continue to share Tim’s incredible musical legacy…
WHYY’s 2012 On Tour Retrospective with Tim Hauser
CBS Sunday Morning – Passing
Special Note: On behalf of Tim’s family, we thank you all for you kind and warm wishes and request that you continue to post any notes of condolence on the TMT Facebook page in lieu of phone calls or emails, as the family prefers privacy at this difficult time.