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Barbara Brighton - Singer
Two of Barbara's most popular shows as a singer are her Barbra Streisand Tribute and her Tribute to Broadway. She has performed these concerts in Palm Springs, Indio, Laguna Woods, California as well as many theaters in Florida to sold out audiences.
Tribute to Barbra Streisand
Performed "concert style" this show is available for theaters and larger venues. The show is a "Tribute to Barbra Streisand" and features songs from Funny Girl, the story about Fanny Brice and her troubled marriage to Nicky Arnstein, a convicted gambler, along with many of Streisand's hits from The Way We Were, Yentl, Sunset Blvd. and many others. Below is a short video from one of her Streisand Tributes.
"The Tribute to Broadway" video clip below was filmed at the Jules Littman Theater in No. Miami Beach, Florida, It features well known tunes from Broadway shows such as Chicago, Hello Dolly, and La Cage Aux Folles. One of the best loved ballads in the act is the classic How Do you Keep the Music Playing which was written by Michel LeGrand and Marilyn and Alan Bergman and nominated for an Academy Award as "Best Song of the Year". Also included in this show, but not in the clip below, is a mini tribute to Barbra Streisand and lots of comedy interspersed into the act. Enjoy!
Click on the song titles below to listen to Barbara singing various songs from her shows.
Barbara Sings I've Got the Music in Me
A Little History
show biz career started at the age of 11 in Boston where she began her
ballet, jazz, toe dancing and piano. Eventually she became a music
major at the
University of Florida where she studied voice.
Next, in New York, she landed a
comedy lead in summer stock, later working in a whole string of
Broadway musicals with such stars as Van Johnson, Chita Rivera,
Gretchen Wyler, Molly Picon and many more.
The Concord, Raleigh,
Kutchers and the Granite are some of the favorite resort areas where
appeared in the Catskill Mountains. On the nightclub front she
appeared at Caesars’ Palace and the Desert Inn in Las Vegas, Nevada, as
well as the Fountainbleau Hotel in Miami Beach, and the Copa and Latin
Quarter in Tokyo. She also toured in Australia, Indonesia, South
Barbara is an exciting singer and complete performer who has now
re-invented herself as a comedienne and tribute artist for “Joan
Rivers” doing corporate events all over the country.
Barbara is blessed with a big musical comedy voice
distances with clarity and range. Her stage presence is dynamic and
commanding. When she belts out a song, the audience melts. Seen on
several television series and on some of the best musicals on Broadway,
you will be delighted to watch her in action.
"Dear Barbara, You were amazing before an audience. We could not have had a better person to handle the stage as emcee...you're a class emcee and vocal performer, with the wisdom to carry yourself with charm and overflowing personality. You boosted the show to new heights..." - Susan Diane Howell, Executive Producer, Academy of Diva Arts
"Bobbe Brighton is a young singer with a hard sell,
accurate vocal instrument
who gleaned enough at the big Elmwood Casino opening to hold over. She
could become a girl to watch in the coming months." - VARIETY
"Miss Brighton is strong of voice and extroverted in
"We hope Caesar's Palace brings back Bobbe Brighton.
Her maiden voyage
on Cleopatra's Barge seemed a good trip." - LAS VEGAS SUN
"Miss Brighton ia an experienced Broadway musical
performer and her
style shows it. She's full of confident ease and thoroughly in command
of her voice and material which runs all the way from Lady is a Tramp to the latest
contemporary tunes" - MIAMI HERALD
"Broadway musical performer Bobbe Brighton adds
additional sparkle with
her vivacious personality and powerful delivery." - AUSTRALIA
"Show biz know-it-all raving about the enormously
talented Bobbe Brighton. Blonde singer is an exciting, complete
performer. She's blessed with a big musical comedy type voice which
reaches the folks in the rafters with clarity and range. Her stage
presence is comfortable and commanding and when she caresses a lyric,
the audience melts." - BEVERLY HILLS COURIER