Love Notes, the new show from Linda Lavin – the Tony Award and Golden Globe winning and Emmy Award nominated stage and screen legend – is an elegant and swinging mix of timeless standards, jazz classics and gems of the pop/rock era. With her Music Director, Grammy winner Billy Stritch at the piano or with a 5-piece band that includes jazz violinist Aaron Weinstein, bass, drums and guitar, the show highlights Lavin’s burnished vocals, which bring out new and unexpected shades from classic standards by Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Richard Rodgers, Vernon Duke, with surprises thrown in by seminal pop outfits Steely Dan and The Eagles.

 

 

 

Broadway, TV, and film star Linda Lavin has received numerous awards: a Tony, a Drama Desk, an Outer Critics, a Helen Hayes and in 2011 she was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame. She is also 6-time Tony nominee. Linda is widely known for playing the title character in the TV sitcom Alice for 9 years, for which she is a two-time Golden Globe Award winner. Most recently Linda starred on the CBS sitcom 9JKL opposite Mark Feurstein and Elliot Gould. She also co-starred on NBC with Sean Hayes on the TV series Sean Saves The World. She has starred on Mom, The Good Wife, Madam Secretary and on episodes of the Netflix series, The Santa Clarita Diet

On Broadway she has starred in Our Mother’s Brief AffairThe LyonsCollected StoriesThe Tale Of The Allergist’s WifeThe Diary of Anne FrankGypsyThe Sisters Rosenweig and Broadway Bound, to name a few. Linda appeared with Robert De Niro in Nancy Meyer's The Intern and recent feature films include A Short History of DecayManhattan Nocturne with Adrien Brody, How to Be A Latin Lover opposite Rob Lowe and Eugenio Derbez and Warner Brothers feature, Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase.  

Linda’s second album, titled Love Notes with charts by her music director, Grammy winner Billy Stritch, jazz violinist Aaron Weinstein and orchestrations by 11-time Grammy nominee, record producer Wayne Haun, was released in 2020.