Michael Isaacs

Michael IsaacsnewMichael Isaacs is MAC nominated singer, songwriter, musician and actor who is based in NYC. Originally from New England, Michael attended Berklee College Of Music and then went right to work in the clubs of Boston and Providence. Moving down the coast, his first performance in NYC was at the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem. The performance went so well, he was featured on "It's Showtime At The Apollo" two times. Michael has performed in so many clubs in NYC it would take up a whole page to list them. He has sung and played piano and guitar in many cabaret shows and is very proud of his work with System Noise in the MAC nominated "The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust" and his most recent show solo show "Isaacs Schmisaacs" a Nilsson show.

Jon Satrom

Jon SatromnewBio coming soon...

Sheree Sano

ShereeSanonew2In addition to a successful songwriting career with recordings by Dionne Warwick and Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, Sheree Sano has a wealth of experience as a Singer-Pianist and it shows in her crowd-pleasing style and in the size and variety of her repertoire.

Based in New York City, Sheree has entertained for high-profile events at such notable landmarks as Lincoln Center, Sotheby’s Auction House, The Players Club, Explorer’s Club, Harvard Club, etc., in addition to regular engagements at the many bars, hotels and restaurants that fill Manhattan including the Monkey Bar, the Millennium Hilton, the Marriott Marquis in Times Square and the uber-upscale.

Water’s Edge with it’s magnificent views of the New York skyline.

In the greater US, Sheree has performed at BoothBay Harbor in Maine, The Balsams Ski Resort.

in New Hampshire, on Cape Cod, at the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City and she has also played her share of Sheratons and other major hotel chains around the country.Sheree has toured internationally as well: performing at several venues in Oslo, Norway also in Holland and in France (several venues in Cannes and in Paris, where she tickled the ivories at Harry’s Bar). She performed near the north pole when she entertained at the US Military Base at Thule, Greenland and she has even entertained “en route” in the piano car of the AMTRAK Montrealer.. Ms. Sano has also played “afloat” in piano bars for Holland America on a cruise to Mexico and on multiple cruises for Carnival Cruise Lines in the Caribbean (Carnival Fantasy, Miracle, Victory, Legend, Holiday...)

Sheree’s ear-candy voice, energetic piano style and “something for everyone” repertoire all come together to create a very happy mood and breezy-yet-mellow vide; Sheree has been honored with a MAC award from the Manhattan Association of Clubs and Cabarets for her Happy Hour gig at Don't Tell Mama and she is delighted to be singing and playing great songs for great people in the Piano Bar at Don't Tell Mama.

Paul Pilcz

Paul PilcznewPaul Pilcz started performing at a young age doing theater heater all throughout Central New Jersey. He most recently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Musical Theater from Montclair State University. He made his Broadway debut as Harvey Johnson in RoundABout Theater Companies first ever revival of Bye Bye Birdie staring John Stamos and Gina Gershon, and was also seen as Tommy in the HBO’s mini-series Mildred Pierce staring Emmy Award winners Kate Winslet and Guy Pierce. Other favorite roles include Al DeLuca in A Chorus Line and Schroeder in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown. Check out his website to see what he’s up to at paulpilcz.com

Jim Keefe

Jim KeefenewJim Keefe is originally from snow drenched Milford, Connecticut. He studied classical piano with Amanda Williams in Milford and Irene Schneidmann at the University of Bridgeport. After a restless youth of playing in deafening rock bands, Jim grew tired of lugging electric keyboards around and devoted the rest of his life to venues that had their own damn piano, which is how he stumbled across the legendary Five Oaks (now defunct) which quickly led to weekly engagements at Roses' Turn (now defunct), Rosie Too (now defunct), and Brandy's and The Duplex (not defunct). He's currently saving souls and making bucks as Music Director of a large suburban church out Jersey. Jim is formerly married to Elaine Brier of Don't Tell Mama fame, and is presumably the father of their three beautiful daughters Madeline, Charlotte, and Zoe.