Jerome Kern, the father of the American musical theatre once said "Irving Berlin has no place in American music...he is American music!" Cabaret Sauvignon celebrated the great Irving Berlin in this cabaret featuring Vatican Lokey, Amanda Spurlin, Amy Gehrke on the piano, Corey Stewart, and Drill Sgt. Nancy!
The show began with the haunting "Russian Lullabye", a tribute to Berlin's emmigration to this country. From Tin Pan Alley classics like "Alexander's Ragtime Band" to his Depression songs, show tunes, World War II music, and movie songs the show covered the gamut of the Berlin library, including a five-minute version of "Annie Get Your Gun."