Join us for a musical salute to the decade that blended soft rock, soul and disco and got the world dancing. Featuring chart-topping hits from Carole King, The Bee Gees, Simon and Garfunkel, Barbra Streisand, Olivia Newton-John, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer, KC & The Sunshine Band, Neil Sedaka and many more. Join us for a little “8-Track Heaven,” when technology wasn’t great....but the music rocked!
Scott Coulter regularly performs in concert both as a solo artist and with a variety of legendary performers including Academy Award-winner Stephen Schwartz, Tony-winner Ben Vereen and Grammy-winner Sheena Easton. He has performed with symphonies all over the world including San Francisco, Baltimore, Seattle, Phoenix, Winnipeg, St. Louis and Calgary. Scott is joined by volcalists Susan Agin and Michael Holland. The three singers are backed by Steve Millhouse (bass) and Jeff Roberts (drums/percussion).
Scott Coulter is one of New York City's most honored vocalists, having received five MAC Awards, five Bistro Awards, and two Nightlife Awards for his work. Scott was director and star of A Christmas Carol: The Symphonic Concert in its world premiere with the Baltimore Symphony, and later reprised his performer role in the Emmy-nominated PBS production. He is an Emmy nominee for his work in American Song on PBS and regularly performs in concert around the world with legendary artists including Stephen Schwartz, Ben Vereen, and Sheena Easton. He is creator, arranger, and director of several touring shows including Music of The Knights, You’ve Got A Friend, Blockbuster Broadway!, The Fella Sings Ella, The King: The Music of Elvis, and, for The ASCAP Foundation, Jerry Herman: The Broadway Legacy Concert. He has directed many shows for The Town Hall in New York City (Broadway by the Year, Broadway’s Rising Stars, Broadway Originals), Broadway By The Year for The Berkshire Theatre Festival, and Broadway by the Bay. Along with Michael Kerker and ASCAP, he is a regular producer/director of Michael Feinstein's Standard Time at Carnegie Hall. Scott is founder/owner of Spot-On Entertainment and a resident director of programming at 54 Below in NYC. He is artistic director of the Pocono Mountain Music Festival and a graduate of the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. Fans of Bay Street Theater may remember Coulter from his performance in Stephen Schwartz and Friends, which was part of Bay Street Theater's Music Mondays concert series in 2016.
Susan Agin possesses an extensive background in the arts. She is a member of Actor's Equity Association and has received Cantorial Investiture from the Division of Sacred Music of The Rabbinical Academy in Woodmere, NY. Susan Agin is known throughout the metropolitan area for her celebrated musical comedy style of performing and can be seen appearing regularly in Turn The Beat Around at Feinstein’s 54 Below. As a recording artist, she has been granted the opportunity to record “One Song”, written by multi-award winner Marvin Hamlisch, which critics have referred to as "the anthem for all people." She is committed to expanding public access to the arts to everyone and has received a City Council Citation for exemplary service to the community, Citation of Honor from the Queensborough President for outstanding work in the arts, Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, as well as having been recognized with a Proclamation by the City Council as an “Unsung Heroine” for her extraordinary accomplishments in the arts.
Michael Holland is a composer, lyricist, music director, singer, and musician. He was the orchestrator/vocal arranger for the 2011 Broadway revival of Godspell, as well as one of the producers of the cast recording. Recent orchestration credits include Emma! A pop musical for Stageworks (2015), Disco Party and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever for Playscripts (both 2016). He has composed incidental music for The Alley Theatre, The Old Globe, Playwrights Horizons, Dallas Theatre Center, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Juilliard, and NYU Tisch. As composer/lyricist, shows include Horizon (NEXT Festival 2014), You’re Gonna Hate This (2013), and Hurricane (New York Musical Theatre Festival 2009). From 2001-2013, he was a performer/musical director/arranger of the multi-award winning NYC favorite Gashole! - an irreverent, pop music mashup cabaret. Recordings include four solo CDs of original music, as well as the world premiere of “Another Day in the Modern World” on The Maury Yeston Songbook