This is a repeating eventnovember 7, 2021 6:00 pm
Check out the wonderful weekly entertainment Tuesdays through Thursdays 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM. / No Ticket / No Reservations Tuesdays enjoy a Jazz
Check out the wonderful weekly entertainment Tuesdays through Thursdays 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM. / No Ticket / No Reservations
- Tuesdays enjoy a Jazz and Blues focus with Rose Mallett.
- Wednesdays swing with Michael Holmes and Darci Daniels and their music of the Rat Pack era.
- Thursdays Sharon Sills performs Jazz, Broadway and ‘60s pop.
Join the Purple Room for Dinner and a Show in November!
Dinner at 6:00 PM / Show at 8:00 PM
Amanda McBroom in concert with music director Michele Brourman and Bass player Larry Tuttle.
After two years of solitude in blue jeans, Amanda is back with her all new concert CRIMES OF THE HEART, an evening of songs and stories of love gone wrong, love gone right, and observations about the passion of politics in these crazy days…by such great songwriters as Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Cohen, Dorothy Fields, and, of course, Amanda herself, (Including of course, her biggest hit, THE ROSE).
With the brilliant Michele Brourman at the keys and the ever-tasteful Larry Tuttle on bass, come join Amanda in an evening to heat the imagination and heal the heart.
Tickets: $40 and $35
When Tony-nominated sisters Ann Hampton Callaway and Liz Callaway combine musical forces, they put the revelry into rivalry in this award winning show of great songs and witty banter.
Sibling Revelry was first presented at New Yorks Rainbow and Stars, garnered raves at The Donmar Warehouse in London, and continues to sell out halls across the country both as a trio act and with symphony orchestras. The best selling CD on DRG Records, remains one of the classic cabaret must-haves.
Separately, of course, they have made names for themselves: Anns an acclaimed pop/jazz singer and songwriter and Liz is a Broadway veteran and recording artist. But put them together, and this dynamic duo proves they're one singular sensation, whether singing Broadway showstoppers from Chicago, Wicked and Cats or rousing renditions of jazz and pop standards like "Happy Days/Get Happy," "Friendship" and their TV hit, the theme from The Nanny.
Tickets: $65, $55 and $50
Both Performances are Sold Out
Marilyn Maye is a highly praised singer, actress, director, arranger, educator, a Grammy nominated recording artist and a musical treasure. Her entire life has been committed to the art of song and performance.
The award-winning Ms. Maye appeared 76 times on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson the record for a singer. Perhaps the simplest Marilyn Maye accolade came after one of her show-stopping appearances on The Tonight Show when turning to his audience of millions, Johnny Carson said, And that, young singers, is the way its done.
Marilyn began her professional singing career by winning a 13-week appearance on radio station WIBW, Topeka, Kansas, at age 9. She has been committed her entire life to the art of song and performance. During her eleven-year engagement at the Colony in Kansas City, she was discovered by Steve Allen who was the first to present her various times to a national television audience. The Steve Allen performances led her to an RCA recording contract.
Her RCA recordings consist of seven albums and 34 singles, including the first hit recordings of Cabaret and Step to the Rear. Her album with full orchestra, The Lamp is Low, is considered a classic.
Her place in American music history was assured when the Arts Council of the Smithsonian Institution selected one of her recordings, Too Late Now for the Smithsonian-produced album of the 110 Best American Compositions of the Twentieth Century.
Tickets: $90, $80 and $70
All three shows are Sold Out
Originally from the Pacific Northwest, where he was a radio personality and a drummer, Scot has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. While pursuing music and acting as a career (and having been a musician and big Elvis fan all of his life), he started doing a 1950s era Elvis show as a way to survive the lean times. The result was a surprise to Scot - what was meant as a part-time gig to supplement his income, blossomed into a full time career! Because of his uncanny resemblance to the young King (and his ability to sing, strum a guitar, and swivel his hips), his live show has taken him across the U.S. and all over the world.
Tickets: $35 and $30
Singer Jonathan Karrant returns to the stage at Michael Holmes' Purple Room on Saturday, November 27th, 2021 to perform some of his favorite songs from the Great American Songbook. Not only performing songs from the golden age of music, Jonathan also puts his fresh and jazzy twist on songs made popular in the 70's and 80's. Some of the selections for the evening will be from Jonathan's newest album Shadows Fall, which was released this year. It reached # 4 on the iTunes Jazz Charts plus # 2 on the American Community Radio Charts. Jonathan's warm, rich voice soulfully wraps around and pulls the listener into the lyric. At the same time you're sure to get a kick out of his charming quick wit and humor.
Tickets: $40 and $35
Join Michael Holmes every Sunday for The Judy Show
Dinner at 5:00 PM / Show at 7:00 PM
The spirit of Judy Garland is alive and well and in Palm Springs at the famed Purple Room Supper Club! This blend of hysterical comedy and outstanding music explode into an evening of nonstop belly laughs, glamour and high camp, as celebrated entertainer Michael Holmes parodies Judy Garland, who in her 1964 television variety show, played host to some of the greatest female icons of the Golden Age of Hollywood. With a killer wardrobe and razor-sharp wit, Holmes plays and nails them all, singing your favorite songs and thrilling the audience with charm, zingers and stories.
Tickets $35 and $30
Sunday, November 7th - Sold Out
(Friday) 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Purple Room Supper Club
1900 E Palm Canyon Dr