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Kittens & Crooners -- Beth Stalker

  • Tipping Point Theatre 361 East Cady Street Northville, MI 48167 (map)

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Beth Stalker, a Detroit native and seven-time Detroit Music Awards winner, is no stranger to the music biz, beginning her career at the ripe age of four. Known then as "Little Liz," she released her first full-length album, Jesus Loves Me. Soon after, Beth began touring and making appearances on several local television shows. And though she loved the glitz and glam of the music industry, she took some time away from the spotlight to focus on school. At 20, Beth was back at it, releasing her second album, Here with You. The album garnered much praise at the Detroit Music Awards, earning her an amazing six awards. One year later, Beth recorded and released Hallelujah I Love Him. But Beth's journey didn't end there. In 2008, she auditioned for American Idol, making it to Hollywood after receiving the highly-coveted "golden ticket." In 2012, Beth released an EP entitled A Reason to Smile. Currently, she's hard at work on her fourth full-length album, her first project to be recorded and released by Decibel.

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Your $30 ticket includes the concert, appetizers and 3 tickets for wine tastings. (Save 10% and buy the series.)

Ticketholders can mix and mingle while enjoying art from a Northville Art House artist, a wine tasting from a local partner, and appetizers from local restaurants prior to each show, 7 to 8 p.m. (there will also be a cash bar with wine, beer and beverages for sale throughout the night). 

The four concerts featuring metro-Detroit’s finest singers performing classic jazz standards (and originals) in the stylings of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat ‘King’ Cole and Billie Holiday will be held 8-10 p.m. Saturdays (January 9 – Brad McNett; March 12 – Jill Jack & The American Songbook Band; May 14 – Paul King; and July 9 -- Beth Stalker) in the intimate setting of the Tipping Point Theatre.