Mary Cleere Haran

For the last decade, Mary Cleere Haran has been unanimously adored by critics, comparing her singing to Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Doris Day and Rosemary Clooney. She began her performing career in the original Broadway cast of The 1940's Radio Hour, Off-Broadway in The Heebie Jeebies, Hollywood Opera, and San Francisco's longest running musical hit, Beach Blanket Babylon. But her first love is club-singing and she has brought her witty, musically sophisticated cabaret act to such rooms as Rainbow and Stars, Michael's Pub, The Ballroom, The Russian Tea Room, and The Oak Room at The Algonquin Hotel in New York; the Cinegrill in Los Angeles, San Francisco's Plush Room, Philadelphia's Barrymore Room at the Bellevue Hotel as well as numerous other cabarets and concert halls throughout the U.S. Mary's album "Gershwin: The Memory of All That" is available exclusively through the site

Return to artists list