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Top 10 Stand-Alone Songs for Cabarets

Stand-alone songs are important. They serve needs in both marketing a show and representing a composer that may be new to audiences. For this reason, I have always been an advocate for utilizing cabarets and concerts to test audience sensibilities on new material. If you’re appearing in a cabaret or concert this fall – or planning a solo show of your own – take a look at these NMT bestsellers. You can’t go wrong with these songs that work well in a concert setting and that will help introduce new listeners to these amazing writers.

I'm Sorry

Adorable. As performed by Nadia Quinn on Kerrigan-Lowdermilk LIVE and Meghann Fahy. Key of A. The low note is A3. The high note is D5. Performed by Nadia Quinn at (Le) Poisson Rouge on February 7, 2011. Performed by Meghann Fahy at the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theater on July 25, 2013.


In the key of D. Mykal Kilgore at Laurie Beechman on 6/28/2010From the "Music & Lyrics of Drew Gasparini" concert at the Laurie Beechman. Sung by Nick Lerew.

Kindergarten Love Song

Performed by Kasie Gasparini at Joe's Pub, 7/29/13.

All of My Friends (are Whores)

Both a group and solo version are available. Molly Ephraim at The Duplex on 11/30/2009 Julie Reiber at The Duplex on 6/28/2012 Transposition is available with purchase. Please contact me through my website! Taylor Fishman, Danae Ervin, Chelsea Moss, Melissa Perry and Erin Rice at 54 Below on 8/18/2015 Arranged for 3 to 8 actors. Enjoy!

I Loved You Too Much

Kasie Gasparini at Emily Gates' Performance Center (Novato, CA) on 1/07/2011The debut of this song.

I Still Love You

Performed by Lindsay Mendez at 54 Below on 4/8/13.   Lisa Brescia at 54 Below on 10/27/2013