The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach Royal Room Cabaret Season Heats Up With Chart Toppers Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr. January 22-February 2
The Colony Hotel, which The Palm Beach Post has hailed as “probably the best place for cabaret on the planet” – continues the star-studded season at the hotel’s celebrated Royal Room with two returning favorites:Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.
Back By Popular Demand
Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr. have enjoyed tremendous success over the last four decades as recording artists, performers and authors. They have received seven Grammy Awards and earned 15 gold and three platinum records, and enjoyed starring roles on television and stage. Both as a duo and as lead vocalists of The 5th Dimension, one of the most popular singing groups in the late 60s and early 70s, they have performed to sold-out concerts around the world. Among their top hits are Up, Up & Away, Aquarius/Let the Sun Shine In, Wedding Bell Blues, One Less Bell to Answer, Stones Soul Picnic and You Don’t Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show). This will be the second Royal Room engagement for Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr., following their Colony Hotel debut in Spring 2009.
Reviews of Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.:
+ The New York Times: “Ms. McCoo and Mr. Davis, now both in their mid 60s, are the most famous alumni of the Fifth Dimension, the group that homogenized pop and rock strains into cheerful, polished lounge music that made grown-ups feel comfortably groovy… Both are still strong singers.”
+ Cabaret Scenes: “After forty years in the music biz and thirty-nine years of married life together, these 2/5ths of the original “Fifth Dimension” are still struttin’ their stuff. They look and sound great… Their act is squeaky clean and polished with lots of information about their career(s) and personal lives. Just what an audience loves to hear! McCoo’s pure, smooth and supple sound is as good as it gets.”
Cost to Attend Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.: Tuesday through Thursday: $110 for prix fixe dinner & show; $50 for show only. Friday & Saturday: $120 for prix fixe dinner & show; $60 for show only.
Showtime & Ticket Information:
For all Royal Room Cabaret performances, the doors open at 6:30 for dinner and the show starts at 8:30. To make reservations, people should call the hotel box-office at 561.659.8100. The Colony is located at 155 Hammon Avenue in Palm Beach, just one block south of Worth Avenue, one block west of the Atlantic Ocean.
About The Colony Hotel – Palm Beach:
Host to American Presidents and British Royalty, Movie Stars and Corporate Czars, The Colony has been the center of Palm Beach society for more than 60 years, An intimate, friendly boutique hotel with British Colonial flair, it is just steps away from shopping on world famous Worth Avenue, and about 100 yards from a beautiful Atlantic Ocean Beach. This landmark hotel recently completed an extensive $20-million renovation and offers guests the choice of charming hotel rooms, luxurious suites, spectacular penthouses and spacious two bedroom villas – plus beautiful grounds and Frette linens.
The Colony’s popular restaurants include:
Polo Steaks and Seafood, which is now Palm Beach’s number one steakhouse, offering dining al fresco in the hotel’s beautiful Palm Court by the pool.
Royal Room, which is widely considered to be one of the nation’s premier cabarets.
Café 155, which is a petit New York-style deli that serves delicious breakfasts and lunches prepared in the hotel’s award-winning kitchen. Over the last several years, The Colony Hotel has won numerous prestigious awards:
Hotel of the Year Award from the Hotel & Lodging Association of Palm Beach County (2012)
The Quintessentially Palm Beach Award from the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce as part of the town’s Centennial Celebration (2011)
The Bernays Award for Best Branding Campaign from the Gold Coast PR Council for the 10th anniversary of the Royal Room Supper Club (2011)
The Providencia Award from the Palm Beach County Convention & Visitors Bureau. South Florida’s most impressive annual honor, which recognizes excellence within the local hospitality and tourism industry. This was the only time in the 24-year history of the Award that it had gone to a smaller, boutique hotel (2009).
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