Imagine a concert where over 60 of your favorite
singers all perform in 90 minutes. The bookings alone
would cost a fortune, and trying to get all those egos to
agree to 45 second sets would be tough.
Fortunately, an answer has been found ('cause I know you
were all looking for one) and Danny Gans is it.
His powerful one-man show opens at full speed with
Michael Jackson moonwalking into a version of
"You are Not Alone", and rarely decelerates
as a rapid-fire collection of crooners graces the stage.
Gans showcases his well-developed singing voice with male
and female artists and completes the effect with carefully
During a tribute to the Apollo Theater, he delivers a
dead-on Sammy Davis Jr. that fully captures his energy
and style without ever being over-the-top.
A rendition of "The Twelve Months of Christmas"
(performed by various celebrities, of course)
was a little to cute for me, but every time I see the show
that segment gets such an enthusiastic response I'm
inclined to believe I'm a minority on that one.
Though I mention it last, the 3-man combo that backs
Gans provides a backbone that proves to be as
rock-solid as it is unobtrusive. Gans is never
overshadowed by his back-up, but he's also never at
a loss for support - musically or vocally.
Mention should also go to the sound and lighting designs
that, once again, provide ample support but don't get
in the way. I like to see shows that make me feel like
my time was well spent - and this show does that so well,
I keep returning again and again.
Once you see Danny Gans in action,
you'll also be begging for more.
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