Trisha Yearwood performing at NYC’s legendary Rainbow Room

Singer/Chef to kick off 2019 LIVE! Concert Series featuring a specially curated tasting menu

This Valentine’s Day, Trisha Yearwood, will serenade guests with an intimate performance inside one of New York’s most glamorous and iconic settings. Set 65 stories above the landmark Rockefeller Center with panoramic views in every direction, Yearwood will host a one-night only performance on the most romantic night of the year at the legendary Rainbow Room. The performance will feature songs from her Let’s Be Frank album, a collection of songs made famous by the legendary Frank Sinatra, who frequented Rainbow Room as both a performer and patron. The New York Times Bestselling cookbook author and chef will also work with Rainbow Room Executive Chef Mathew Woolf to curate a special four-course tasting menu with wine pairings.

Since opening in 1934, Rainbow Room has been famous for hosting legendary performers. The LIVE! from the Rainbow Room series is a way for the Rainbow Room to offer guests the rare opportunity to experience one of today’s greatest artists in a stunningly intimate setting.

Possessing one of the most powerful female voices in country music, Trisha Yearwood has charmed audiences with her warmth, wit and honesty starting with her very first single in 1991 which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Singles Chart. Her latest album, Let’s Be Frank, is available now for a limited time in Williams Sonoma stores nationwide and on online until its release everywhere on February 15th.

Upon arrival, guests will be welcomed with a glass of champagne. The four-course tasting menu with sommelier wine pairings curated by Trisha Yearwood and Executive Chef Mathew Woolf will be served, followed by the performance.

Tickets will be $325 per person online. The dress code is cocktail attire and jackets required for gentlemen. All guests must be 21 and over.

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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