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Be sure to catch fellow Award Winning Singer/Songwriter/Composer and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Tim Di Pasqua this Saturday, February 19 at 7pm at The Metropolitan Room in NYC performing an evening of original songs! Come hear some of Tim’s biggest hits such as “You,” “Monster Under These Conditions,” and “One Thing” plus a few songs from his musical revue “Notes On New York, The Musicalized Observations of Tim Di Pasqua.”

Tim’s voice is golden and if you are looking for a wonderful start to your Saturday night then I highly suggest checking out Tim Di Pasqua at The Metropolitan Room (34 West 22nd Street, between 5th & 6th Ave).

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With four Backstage Bistro Awards, seven MAC Nominations, and a New York Nightlife Award, Tim Di Pasqua is a performer to hear. Performing in some of New York’s most famous clubs and halls (Birdland, Joe’s Pub, Carnegie Hall, The Triad, Don’t Tell Mama’s, Tavern on the Green), Tim constantly plays to sold out audiences! Tim’s show “Purpose of Love-A Tim Di Pasqua Songbook” earned him two of his Backstage Bistro Awards (“Outstanding Singer/Instrumentalist” and “Outstanding Special Performance”) while his song “One” garnered his third Backstage Bistro Award “Outstanding Song of the Year” and his group Southern Comfort (comprised of Scott Coulter & Tom Anderson) received the fourth Backstage Bistro Award “Outstanding Duo or Group” as well as the New York Nightlife Award. His recordings include “Monster Under These Conditions,” “Purpose of Love – A Tim Di Pasqua Songbook Volume 1,” “Purpose of Love – A Tim Di Pasqua Songbook Volume 2,” and “Synchronicity.” In addition to writing and singing his own music, Tim was the music director and arranger for Jim Van Slyke’s critically acclaimed “The Sedaka Show” which was presented at both the Laurie Beechman Theatre and Feinstein’s at the Regency. Tim has also performed with five-time Grammy nominee and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Michael Feinstein at Carnegie Hall in Michael’s show “Now and Then” as well as performing and accompanying Oscar and Grammy Award winner Stephen Schwartz in his concert appearances. In addition to his music, Tim is a founding member of Third Eye Theater Company in New York City. For much more on Tim Di Pasqua, be sure to visit http://www.timdipasqua.com.

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? I know it’s been said 1,000.000 times before…..Joni Mitchell, Stephen Sondheim.

2. What is the highest and lowest note you can sing? Low F or E / High A.

3. Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? Joni Mitchell.

4. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? When you go out on stage…..give your gift!

5. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that nobody knows about? I draw cartoon characters.

6. Favorite way to stay in shape? Walking everywhere, yoga, meditation, resistance training, sex.

7. Boxers or Briefs? Briefs when I am working out or wearing something thin/Boxers in bed when my boyfriend is tired, and none at all when he isn’t.

8. Favorite play/musical? Musical: “Into The Woods”/”Sweeney Todd.” Play: “GlengarryGlenRoss.”

9. Favorite website? Anything with nude wrestling.

10. Superman or Wonder Woman? Superman.

BONUS QUESTIONS:

11. What’s your proudest moment? I was performing at Carnegie Hall and I was playing a Sondheim song that I had mashed up with another Sondheim song. After the show, there was a knock at the dressing room door and it was Mr. Sondheim. I was stunned and started to rethink the entire evening to remember what I had done and whether he approved. A few days later I received a letter in the mail saying at first he was shocked by the mixing of the vamps and tunes, but that they worked.

12. Who do you consider to be your hero? I don’t really have a hero, or that hero gene in me. I get inspired by everyday people, every day.

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