col. Emiliano Zapata
Kathy ‘Babe’ Robinson
Mark Hartman, Piano
Join us on Saturday, Apr. 6 starting about 7pm. Kathy and Mark Hartman will play from 7-8pm then again from 9:30-11pm, no cover!
Formerly from NYC, Babe has over 20 years of Manhattan Cabaret & Piano Bar experience( NYC Bistro Winner), performing at The Iridium, The Metropolitan Room, West Bank Cafe, The Duplex, Don’t Tell Mama’s, Rose’s Turn, Brandy’s, Eighty-Eights, and The Five Oaks.
Kathy has sold out her one-woman shows at Bob Egan’s Supper Club, The RRazz Room(w/ Michael Ferreri), The Celebrity Room (w/ Mark Hartman), The Sugar House (w/ Eddie Bruce), and Paris Bistro. Kathy has opened for AGT’s Julia Scotti and Maureen Mc Govern, as well as sharing a mic in Mykonos with Queen Latifah, and The Whiffenpoofs! Cast recordings include Nunsense 2, and Splendora.
REVIEWS: “I first heard the American flame-haired DIVA Kathy “Babe” Robinson on my first night in Mykonos @ the Montparnasse Piano Bar… Wow! What a voice! Wow! & What a range!!… By request, she sings everything from sultry /raspy old jazz numbers to soar to Adele’s Skyfall! She works & lulls her audience with her gloriously warm, rich velvety voice, in between songs she adds fire-cracker banter & great waspish one-liners. Clap! Clap! Bravo! A MUST see… I’m a HUGE fan, so I went every night!!!
~ David Emanuel, TV Host-“Say Yes To The Dress”/Celebrity Designer
“I’ve been a fan of Kathy “Babe” Robinson for over a decade. I first ran into her in a club on the Aegean Greek island of Mykonos, Europe’s #1 favorite island tourist destination.
Each night I’d watch as she captivated standing room only crowds with her deep, clear, emotional virtuosity of voice, unique approach to popular classics, and quick-witted, humorous facility for turning other songs into favorites of the crowd. Her fans run the spectrum from locals who treat her as an island institution to the many international jet setters who know that a night out on Mykonos is not complete without a stop at “Montparnasse, The Piano Bar” to hear Babe let loose with her pipes. I’ve even paid homage to Babe in several of my books, for as one of my characters admitted, “he loved the singer and every time he was in town he made a point of going there.” Many share those feelings for Babe.”
~Jeffrey Siger, Noted Author, Blogger