Reviews for "Lucky So & So"
John Hoglund, BACK STAGE
“Warren lifts good taste to an art form. His professional history and life experience lend to one of cabaret’s warmest hours.”
Stu Hamstra, CABARET HOTLINE ONLINE
“If there is anyone in this town who perpetually exudes charm and grace it is Clark Warren. His show at
the Metropolitan Room displayed this special talent to the fullest. The title of the show "Lucky So & So" is also the title of his CD - songs from which were intermixed with other titles in the show. Clark has had a lifetime of entertaining on Broadway, Radio, TV, nightclubs and cabaret, so he has developed an easy, relaxed, laid back style. And when it comes to vocals, Warren’s true talent is revealed. There are several special "surprises" in every Clark Warren show- the sudden occasional appearance of a harmonica, providing a quick instrumental bridge, the occasional "imaginary shaker" that isn't visible but, adding a sizzle to the songs. It all adds to the lighthearted fun and nostalgia. In these hectic pressure filled days it’s a pleasure
to escape to a Clark Warren show!"
Joe Regan, Jr., TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLES
“Yes, this is a jazz program…Warren, of a certain age, when some singers voices deteriorate, sings like
a young singer, at times sounding like a young Mark Murphy. And I strongly urge every singer, musician,
and fan of The Great American Songbook to buy his CD.”
Roger Shore, LYRICIST
“His delivery of a lyric and interpretation, which includes phrasing, breathing, etc. makes him an acolyte
of the Bobby Troup school which in my mind, includes such luminaries as Matt Dennis and Joe Derise.
Warren is part of that wonderful club.”
David Finkle, BACKSTAGE.com
“Resembling Johnny Carson’s better-looking brother, Clark Warren gives his audience not only what they want but also what they might not have thought to want but are delighted to get. The man – who’s back
in the Metropolitan Room – is thinking right.”