Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Update from Producer Tanya Moberly : "Weather or Not"



SALON, that Bistro & MAC Award winning open mic created and hosted by Mark Janas, returns to Etcetera, Etcetera - 352 West 44th Street, NYC 10036 - on Sunday, October 3rd from 7-10:30PM.

The optional theme for the evening is “Weather or Not”.

Remember, any material, on or off theme, is always welcome at Salon.

Our Co-Host will be the MAC Award winning, 'Sparkling Mainstay of New York Nightlife' - Daryl Sherman! Daryl's accomplishments are way too vast to attempt listing. She is equally legendary in Jazz, Cabaret and the Recording Arts. For her incredible story and upcoming appearances, visit www.darylsherman.com.

There will be a $10 cash cover at the door, collected by 'Etceterette', Sierra Rein and a $15 food/drink minimum (cash or credit) per person. (For further information visit www.etcrestaurant.com or call 212-399-4141). There are no reservations; seating is on a first come/ first served basis, with one intermission. Doors open and sign up begins with 'Etceterette', Erin Cronican at 6:15pm.

Salon continues every Sunday (EXCEPT October 31st, November 28th & December 5th) through December 19th!

October 10th:
Theme: Color My World
Co-Host: Shana Farr

October 17th:
Theme: The Great American Chorus Line – A Tribute to Gypsies Everywhere
Co-Host: Valerie Lemon

Visit our website www.markjanasthesalon.com and our Facebook page for continual updates. Thank you, Blogettes & Techettes – Sierra Rein and Erin Cronican!

Here's some important information about the Salon you should know. The Salon is an ongoing open entertainment event in which singers, writers and musicians share their talent with each other and audience members. We are currently enjoying our new venue, Etcetera, Etcetera where there is a $10 COVER (cash) AND a $15 FOOD/BEVERAGE MINIMUM (cash or credit). You may sign up to perform starting at 6:15 by seeing one the evening's 'Etceterettes' to fill out a card with your name, the name of your song, whether it's a ballad or an up tempo,(up tempos and comic songs are greatly encouraged!) and any upcoming events you'd like the co-host to announce. Please remember that we do not present performers in order of sign-up and, due to our time restraints and other variables, filling out a card does not guarantee you will perform, but we do our very best to get you up! It is usually a good idea to bring a few different song choices to avoid duplication. All types of material including spoken word are welcome at the Salon but please limit your selections to three or four minutes in length and please bring clear, complete charts for Mark to read. Sitting on the piano is not allowed, nor is flash photography. If you would like to add a (or remove your) name from our list, e-mail me at tanyamoberly@juno.com.

Looking forward to seeing you all Sunday, October 3rd!

Thanks,

Tanya

-Sierra Rein
The Blogette for The Salon
Spelling mistakes? URL's I missed? Did I mess up? Please email me.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The Salon Wrap-Up for September 19, 2010: "It's About Time"

"Time heals everything...Tuesday, Thursday.
Time heals everything...April, August..."
- Mack & Mabel by Jerry Herman

Saloners, I almost typed in "2001" instead of "2010" in the headline of today's blog entry! Glad I caught that - but what an almost-on-theme goof: this Sunday's Salon was all about Time...the years, months, minutes, seconds...the waiting for things to occur and the things that speed by and take you by surprise. All were suggested and explored this past Sunday!

The co-hosting and special gues of the evening was shared between vocalist and 2009 Bistro Award Winner Deb Berman and music director/guitarist Sean Harkness. This duet is performing together in "All in Good Time" at the Metropolitan Room on October 14th (4pm), 25th (7pm) and November 2nd (7pm) under the direction of Susan Winter.

Sean Harkness and Deb Berman

Deb started the evening off with "What a Difference a Day Makes," then calmly segued into bringing Sue Marcus Rauch, who sang "No Time at All" from Pippin. Sue is working on a cabaret show of her own in New Jersey, and will be performing in a NJ-local production of How to Succeed In Business... After Sue, the charming Jane Glick took the mic and sang "Nothing Really Happened" - Jane will produce her own show in January of 2011 on the "time" theme as well! Next, David Rigano dedicated his own original song (from his version of The Little Mermaid) to his friend who just had a baby - the song was sweetly entitled "What a Father Wants." After David, Richard Eisenberg popped up on stage to sing his toe-tapping original work, "Never Too Late."

To bring a little devilish reminiscence to the Salon, Kevin McMullen then sang "Those Were the Good Old Days" from Damn Yankees (one of my favorite songs!). His gypsy band show "Twist of Fate" will perform five performances in October, November, and December at the Laurie Beechman Theater. We then had Shana Farr sing "Crazy World" from Victor/Victoria - she used this piece in her tribute to Julie Andrews and it was a great fit. She performed at the fest of San Genarro's Opera Night at Grand & Mott Street Weds night, and will also co-host The Salon on October 10th!

Funny lady Joan Jaffe chastised us on the usage of proper names over time and sang "Istanbul (Not Constantinople), complete with Babylonian dance. Her album, "Joan Jaffe Sings Funny" will have a FREE concert-showing at Barnes & Noble Lincoln Center on October 20th, 6pm. She was also proud to have directed Louisa Poster's cabaret, which performed this past Monday, and will present her own show at Don't Tell Mama on October 27th and November 3rd, each at 7:30pm. After this funny lady, we had a funny man - Ray Jessel - come to the piano to play and sing a brand new song - "Curmudgeon." This is a new song currently playing in his Don't Tell Mama show - three more performances on September 29th, and October 12th and 26th (all at (9:15pm).

At this time, Deb Berman stepped in to sing another sweet ditty, "If I Love Again," from her show with Sean Harkness. We then had the tall crystal-voiced David Ballard, who brought in the powerful end-of-one's-own-time-themed "You Gotta Die Sometime" from Falsettos. Then Sierra Rein (that's me!) sang Janis Joplin's "Move Over," which I am currently singing in the show "8-Track Throwback" with Marquee Five - we have 4 more shows remaining in our initial run: today, Thursday the 23rd at 8:30, then Sat the 25th at 4:30 and October 2nd and October 16th (both at 6pm). All shows at Don't Tell Mama - www.marqueefive.com. Then, Sierra was joined by Etceterette Arianna to sing a duet of "There's Always a Woman," originally cut from the Sondheim musical Anyone Can Whistle. Then Arianna took the stage to sing "It's Time," from Linda Eder's album. She opens tonight (Thursday) in a new musical entitled The Lost Boys, or an Awfully Big Adventure, based on the life of J.M. Barrie (author of Peter Pan) - performances are September 23 (8pm), September 24 (8pm), September 25 (2pm & 8pm), September 30 (8pm) October 1 (8pm) and October 2 (2pm and 8pm) in Bay Ridge.

Then, in a change of structure, we had the Classical Corner with Mark Janas before the break. The theme of "Time" had Mark thinking about the musicality of time - natural rhythms that are universal to us, how we perceive time in intervals throughout music. In classical music, time is not consistent - many times it uses "Rubato" which literally means "robbing one time for another time," or stretching the feeling of time in certain places throughout the piece. Classical music is a balance between the driving rhythm of music and the rubato stretching. He then played through Chopin's "Ballad #3 in Ab, Opus 47" to exemplify what music sounds like without the stretching of time (really boring and weird-sounding) and then once through with the appropriate rubato to create the drama, diversions and emotional surprises the music was meant to have.

(And a trick for singers from Mark: even on musically "driven" works, try rehearsing it stretched and rubato throughout to find the inner stresses before bringing it back to a "normal" rhythm - it will help in the lyric expression!)

After the break, Deb Berman and Sean Harkness performed a wonderful set with voice and guitar, beginning with "Day In, Day Out." Then Sean sang and played guitar with "You Came to Me Out of Nowhere," then did a fantastic reinvention of "My Romance" (as if Huey Lewis played a blues rock version!). Sean has a way of making his guitar speak it's own monologue, and it was a thrilling thing to hear!

Sean took over the co-hosting reins from Deb at the end of their set, bringing up Salon Producer Tanya Moberly to the stage. Tanya sang "Knowing When to Leave," from Promises, Promises, and promoted her show "Theatre Songs", which will perform at Don't Tell Mama on Thursday, September 30th with Mark Janas on piano and Ritt Henn on bass. Maria Zimmet then sang (with Sean Harkness on guitar) the beautiful "No More Blues" with a pitch-perfect smooth voice. She'll perform at the Westbank Music Festival in downtown NYC in a few weeks, so look out for that. The wonderful Susan Winter then sang a beautiful combination of "Darn that Dream" by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Eddie DeLange and "Here's That Rainy Day" by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Johnny Burke -- with Sean Harkness on guitar again. Susan's MAC Award-Winning CD "Love Rolls On ...Live!" will have a release performance run on October 15th (9:30pm) and October 22nd (7:00pm) at the Metropolitan Room.

Next, Bill Zeffiro - always the bon vivant - sang his original song "Lower Your Expectations" - he can be seen each Tuesday at La Mediterraine on 42nd Ave from 9-12pm, and at each last Thursday of the month at Flute. Then, Tommy Schull (our sound guy!) played the tune that originally got him into playing the piano - "Fur Elise." We then heard Lenore Stefanik sing the Sondheim favorite, "Do I Hear a Waltz" in a robust soprano.

We then had time for a few encores! Kevin McMullen sang the heartfelt "I Don't Want to Know" from Dear World, Shana Farr performed "O mio babbino caro (Oh my dear papa) " by Puccini (showing off her opera chops!), and Ray Jessel sang his fairly new ballad, "No Longer in My Life." Then, Joan Jaffe returned, promising that we'll laugh at her Barnes & Noble set on October 20th. Richard Eisenberg came back and sang "The Moment that We Fell in Love" with both Mark Janas and Sean Harkness backing him up. Sue Marcus Rauch sang "For All We Know" and incorporated her own poem, "Reflections on Time" into the mix. Deb Berman and Sean Harkness closed the evening with "Nobody Else But Me."

THIS SUNDAY - the theme of Salon is “Happy Birthday, Georgie G! A Celebration of Gershwin”.

Our Co-Host will be that Dreamy Crooner from L.A. - Todd Murray! Todd is appearing at The Metropolitan Room, (34 West 22nd St, NYC 10010, 212-206-0440, www.metropolitanroom.com) on September 24th, September 29th & September 30th at 7:30 and October 4th at 9:30. He is also joining Terese Genecco and Her Little Big Band at Iridium, (1650 Broadway at 51st. St., NYC, 10019, 212.582.2121, www.iridiumjazzclub.com) on September 28th - sets at 8 & 10. For more information: www.toddmurray.com.


Other dates and themes:

October 3rd:
"Weather or Not"
Co-Host: Daryl Sherman

October 10th:
"Color My World"
Co-Host: Shana Farr

October 17th:
"The Great American Chorus Line – A Tribute to Gypsies Everywhere"
Co-Host: Valerie Lemon

-Sierra ReinThe Blogette for The SalonSpelling mistakes? URL's I missed? Did I mess up? Please email me.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Update from Producer Tanya Moberly September 20, 2010

SALON, that Bistro & MAC Award winning open mic created and hosted by Mark Janas, returns to Etcetera, Etcetera - 352 West 44th Street, NYC 10036 - on Sunday, September 26th from 7-10:30PM.

The optional theme for the evening is “Happy Birthday, Georgie G! A Celebration of Gershwin”.

Remember, any material, on or off theme, is always welcome at Salon.

Our Co-Host will be that Dreamy Crooner from L.A. - Todd Murray! Todd is appearing at The Metropolitan Room, (34 West 22nd St, NYC 10010, 212-206-0440, www.metropolitanroom.com) on September 24th, September 29th & September 30th at 7:30 and October 4th at 9:30. He is also joining Terese Genecco and Her Little Big Band at Iridium, (1650 Broadway at 51st. St., NYC, 10019, 212.582.2121, www.iridiumjazzclub.com) on September 28th - sets at 8 & 10. For more information: www.toddmurray.com.

There will be a $10 cash cover at the door, collected by 'Etceterette', Sierra Rein and a $15 food/drink minimum (cash or credit) per person. (For further information visit www.etcrestaurant.com or call 212-399-4141). There are no reservations; seating is on a first come/ first served basis, with one intermission. Doors open and sign up begins with 'Etceterette', Maureen Taylor at 6:15pm.

Salon continues every Sunday through October 24th!

October 3rd:
"Weather or Not"
Co-Host: Daryl Sherman

October 10th:
"Color My World"
Co-Host: Shana Farr

October 17th:
"The Great American Chorus Line – A Tribute to Gypsies Everywhere"
Co-Host: Valerie Lemon

Visit our website www.markjanasthesalon.com and our Facebook page for continual updates. Thank you, Blogettes & Techettes – Sierra Rein and Erin Cronican!

Here's some important information about the Salon you should know. The Salon is an ongoing open entertainment event in which singers, writers and musicians share their talent with each other and audience members. We are currently enjoying our new venue, Etcetera, Etcetera where there is a $10 COVER (cash) AND a $15 FOOD/BEVERAGE MINIMUM (cash or credit). You may sign up to perform starting at 6:15 by seeing one the evening's 'Etceterettes' to fill out a card with your name, the name of your song, whether it's a ballad or an up tempo,(up tempos and comic songs are greatly encouraged!) and any upcoming events you'd like the co-host to announce. Please remember that we do not present performers in order of sign-up and, due to our time restraints and other variables, filling out a card does not guarantee you will perform, but we do our very best to get you up! It is usually a good idea to bring a few different song choices to avoid duplication. All types of material including spoken word are welcome at the Salon but please limit your selections to three or four minutes in length and please bring clear, complete charts for Mark to read. Sitting on the piano is not allowed, nor is flash photography. If you would like to add a (or remove your) name from our list, e-mail me at tanyamoberly@juno.com.

Looking forward to seeing you all Sunday, September 26th!

Thanks,

Tanya

-Sierra Rein
The Blogette for The Salon
Spelling mistakes? URL's I missed? Did I mess up? Please email me.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Update from Producer Tanya Moberly: "It's About Time"...!!!

IT'S ABOUT TIME!!!


Photo by ToniVC on Flickr.

SALON, that Bistro & MAC Award winning open mic created and hosted by Mark Janas, returns to Etcetera, Etcetera - 352 West 44th Street, NYC 10036 - on Sunday, September 19th from 7-10:30PM.

The optional theme for the evening is “It's About Time”.

Remember, any material, on or off theme, is always welcome at Salon.

Our Co-Hosts will be the Bistro Award Winning Vocalist Deb Berman and the Busiest & Best Guitarist in Town Sean Harkness! Deb will be appearing at The Metropolitan Room, 34 West 22nd St, NYC 10010, 212-206-0440, www.metropolitanroom.com, October 17th, October 25th & November 4th with Sean Harkness as her musical director. Sean just finished his solo shows at The Metropolitan Room and will be seen in the next week or so with Liz Lark Brown (Metropolitan Room), Todd Murray (Metropolitan Room), Doug Acosta (Trenton) and Terese Genecco (The Iridium). For Sean's busy schedule, visit www.seanharkness.com.


There will be a $10 cash cover at the door, collected by 'Etceterette', Sierra Rein and a $15 food/drink minimum (cash or credit) per person. (For further information visit www.etcrestaurant.com or call 212-399-4141). There are no reservations; seating is on a first come/ first served basis, with one intermission. Doors open and sign up begins with 'Etceterette', Arianna at 6:15pm.

Salon continues through October 24th!

September 26th:
Theme: Happy Birthday, Georgie G! A Celebration of Gershwin.
Co-Host: Todd Murray

October 3rd:
Theme: TBA
Co-Host: Daryl Sherman

Visit our website www.markjanasthesalon.com and our Face Book page for continual updates. Thank you, Blogettes & Techettes – Sierra Rein and Erin Cronican!

Here's some important information about the Salon you should know. The Salon is an ongoing open entertainment event in which singers, writers and musicians share their talent with each other and audience members. We are currently enjoying our new venue, Etcetera, Etcetera where there is a $10 COVER (cash) AND a $15 FOOD/BEVERAGE MINIMUM (cash or credit). You may sign up to perform starting at 6:15 by seeing one the evening's 'Etceterettes' to fill out a card with your name, the name of your song, whether it's a ballad or an up tempo,(up tempos and comic songs are greatly encouraged!) and any upcoming events you'd like the co-host to announce. Please remember that we do not present performers in order of sign-up and, due to our time restraints and other variables, filling out a card does not guarantee you will perform, but we do our very best to get you up! It is usually a good idea to bring a few different song choices to avoid duplication. All types of material including spoken word are welcome at the Salon but please limit your selections to three or four minutes in length and please bring clear, complete charts for Mark to read. Sitting on the piano is not allowed, nor is flash photography. If you would like to add a (or remove your) name from our list, e-mail me at tanyamoberly@juno.com.

Looking forward to seeing you all Sunday, September 19th!

Thanks,

Tanya

-Sierra Rein
The Blogette for The Salon
Spelling mistakes? URL's I missed? Did I mess up? Please email me.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

The Salon Wrap-Up for August 29, 2010: "World Cruise"

Adam Shapiro

The evening on Sunday August 29th was a welcoming one - in that we were welcoming singer Adam Shapiro back to dry land after cruising around the world performing for Holland America Cruises. He was a joyous and fun co-host, as any Showboat captain should be! The Special Guest performer was Karen Oberlin, star of cabaret and stage, and a multiple MAC and Bistro Award winner. People brought many different interpretations of the "World Cruise" theme, and we had some few surprises along the journey, including many new performers!

Adam opened up with an appropriately titled Noel Coward piece entitled "Why Do the Wrong People Travel?" We next had a debut performance from Elaine St. George, who sang "There's a Boat Leaving Soon for New York." Elaine will perform her new show "InspiRAYtion - the Musical Legacy of Ray Charles" - at the Metropolitan Room on December 5th at 9:30pm! Then, David Rigano sang "The Palio" from Travelogue, which David himself wrote based on the horse races in Palio, Siena. Next was our second debut performer, Sue Marcus Rauch, who followed Rigano with another Italian-themed song by singing a spit-fire rendition of "Mambo Italiano." We then heard "My Ship" - what a great song! - as sung by Sunny Leigh with the wonderful Barry Levitt on piano.

That brought us to return Saloner Kit Benton, who sang "You're in Paris" with John T. Prestianni at the piano. Kit will sing at the Laurie Beechman Theater on November 7th in her show "French Connection." Next, we had two back-to-back debut performances; Gilbert Weiss made our imaginations travel with the classic "The Impossible Dream" from The Man of La Mancha, and then Scott Sussman performed "Lana Laney," written by Michael Colby (lyrics) and Peter Millrose (music). Then , the ever-saucy Edie Stokes sang "Give Him The Ooh La La" from Cole Porter's Du Barry Was a Lady. Her new show - "I'm on a Carousel" - is coming up at Don't Tell Mama on November 7th.

Richard Eisenberg - Bistro Award Winner - brought in one of his dirty ditties entitled "My Loves." To Adam Shapiro's glee, we then heard Marnie Klar sing "Part of Your World" from The Little Mermaid. Michael Colby then came up to sing "I Could Be a Hero," a song written with lyrics by himself and music by Peter Millrose about a Superman-esque character. If you've never seen the loooong list of songs written by Michael, check out his website and lists of songs here. Next, David Ballard performed a gorgeous rendition of William Finn's theme-appropriate "Sailing" in his crisp, clear tenor.

To bring the ship around towards the end of the first half, Steve Schachlin sang a cut song from his musical Last Session. We next saw pianist/composer Bill Zeffiro and singer Karen Oberlin (in a sneaky preview of what was to come) sing a duet of "Let's Take a Walk Around the Block" (music by Harold Arlen, with lyrics written by Ira Gershwin and E.Y. Harburg). Then, Sierra Rein sat Adam Shapiro down in a chair and serenaded him with "Mama Will Provide" from Once On This Island (you can see video of this here). Her vocal group, Marquee Five, will perform their latest show "8-Track Throwback" at Don't Tell Mama for five performances in September-October starting Sept 16th. We next had our Etceterettes of the evening sing; Janice Hall (a finalist in the Metrostar Competition) performed the Dietrich and Knef song "Ich habnoch ein koffer in Berlin," and Arianna performed the stirring "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" from the new musical A Tale of Two Cities.


Karen Oberlin

After the break, we got to see our lovely guest performer of the evening, Karen Oberlin. She just finished three weeks at the Algonquin and two weeks at the Royal Room in Palm Beach. She will perform on Saturday, October 9 at the Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center for the closing night concert at the Cabaret Convention, then on Friday, October 1st for the Mabel Mercer Foundation Event at Barnes & Noble Bookstore at Lincoln Plaza, 66th St. Her new CD "Live at the Algonquin: Songs of Frank Loesser," is out, and she will also perform at the Ritz Supper Club in Fairfield, CT on October 30th. Karen sang three lovely pieces: one about not traveling ("Don't Get Around Much Anymore"), one about yearning for travel ("How Are Things in Glocca Morra?), and a third about the urge to just settle down for once (the upbeat "Mountain Greenery").

Mark Janas then took to the piano for this week's "Classical Corner." This week was a discussion about what makes a song sound like it's from a specific country in the world. Dance rhythms, instrumentation, modes of scale (ie the Sephardic scale in use for the Spanish "Playera"), the use of open chords in Aaron Copeland's fully American "Appalacian Spring," and the codified German chorales of Bach illustrated the musical differences between music countries. Mark then went on to describe even the correlation between food and music; Italian music and food is robust, emotional, open, yet simple like spaghetti and cheese, while French food and music is about color, sauces, and subtlety - he then exemplified this with "Claire de Lune," which he played beautifully for us.

After Mark, Tanya Moberly came up to sing "Paris" by Jonatha Brooke - she will perform Tues September 7th at the Tudor City Greens Concert, hosted by Raissa Katona Bennett, and Tanya's show "Theater Songs" will take place September 30th at Don't Tell Mama. Next, Kevin McMullan brought in the comedy song "I Left The One I Love On One Of The Thousand Islands" - he will soon take a trip of his own around the world in a touching memorial for his partner and composer, the late Jim Fradrich. Kevin's new show "Twist of Fate" will be performed at the Laurie Beechman Theater October 23, 28th and November 14th into December for more dates. Next, Matthew Ward did an amazing composer mashup piece at the piano, which included Bach and Gershwin and contained many musical jokes many of the other pianists in the room "got." After Matthew, Mark Levy brought in the Lord Chancellor character from Gilbert and Sullivan's show Iolanthe with "The law is the true embodiment" - and the rest of the audience provided the chorus repeats!

Then, Jordan Siwek (playing for himself on piano) performed an original of his, and Annie Kozuch performed "On a Slow Boat to China" - her CD "Here With You" will have a release show at the Metropolitan Room on October 21st and 28th at 9:30pm. We then were treated with another Michael Colby lyric, this time with the music of Stephen Silverstein and sung by Gretchen Reinhagen. Gretchen's "Under the Cover Series: Pearl" show (in which the entire album of "Pearl" by Janis Joplin is reinterpreted from start to finish) will be at Don't Tell Mama October 24, 26th and November 4th.

To complete the evening, Father Jeffrey Hamblin sang a joyous and audience-participated "Valderi, Valdera". Dr. Sue sat at the piano to perform her sexy song "Si, SeƱor," Dani Rhodes sang while Jason Hurley played guitar on their original composition "The Captain," and Adam Shapiro brought the ship to shore by singing "Take Me Back to Manhattan" by Cole Porter.

There will be no Salon on September 5th (Happy Labor Day Weekend!) and September 12th - the next Salon will thus by September 19th and a new theme, guest co-host and guest special performer will be announced soon. Check back here, visit our Facebook group, or sign up for The Salon mailing list by emailing Tanya at tanyamoberly@juno.com.

-Sierra Rein
The Blogette for The Salon
Spelling mistakes? URL's I missed? Did I mess up? Please email me.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Message from Producer Tanya Moberly : NO SALON 9/5 or 9/12!

THERE WILL BE NO SALON THIS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH OR NEXT SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH.

SALON, that Bistro & MAC Award winning open mic created and hosted by Mark Janas, will return to Etcetera, Etcetera - 352 West 44th Street, NYC 10036 on Sunday, September 19th from 7 to 10:30pm. Themes and Co-Hosts to be announced.

In the meantime, come see Mark Janas and many Salon regulars perform at The Bistro Award winning Tudor City Greens Concert hosted by Raissa Katona Bennett on Tuesday, September 7th. The theme is “Love Grows Here – Contemporary Theatre, Pop & Soft Rock” and admission is free! For more information: www.TudorCityGreens.org.

Visit our website www.markjanasthesalon.com and look for us on Facebook.

Looking forward to seeing you all when we resume on Sunday, September 19th!

Thanks,

Tanya -Sierra Rein
Blogette for The Salon
Spelling mistakes? URL's I missed? Did I mess up? Please email me.