Sarah Dash Works Her Magic at her NYC Debut at Iridium

Review by Lisa Cutner-Piernot for ScoBar Entertainment

Sarah Dash made a comeback show in the City of New York on Tuesday, November 1, 2016 presented by ScoBar Entertainment, live at Iridium NYC.

Sarah Dash has spent decades working in the music industry both as part of Labelle with Patti Labelle as a teenager and a solo artist with the international hit Sinnerman and also working with the Trenton Makes Music project.

Her performance was flawless as the crowd stood up multiple times during her act which was a mix of blues, soul, rock and jazz, all of which she mastered.

The audience was asked to participate in the show, as she brought up 3 random members of the audience to sing and dance during her explosive cover of Lady Marmalade. Over 50 years she has continued making music in every way possible.

She currently resides in Trenton and performs in NJ often, and still mesmerizes audiences and makes a crowd smile with a happy, upbeat and original take on old classics. She makes sure the crowd understands why she sings the songs she does and easily communicates with the audience and makes everyone feel at home.

Sarah Dash was classy, elegant and smooth. The vocals could not have been better and she could not have come in with a more “Dashing” style then she did.

Set list included:

“I’m Still Here”

“Trenton Makes Music”

“My Baby Just Cares For Me”

“I Only Have Eyes For You”

“I Love Paris”

“I Thought About You”

“Where the Chilly Winds Don’t Blow”

“Million Dollar Secret”

“Heartbreak Medley with Out of Myself”

“Ain’t It a shame”

“Midnight Hour”

“Labelle Medley including Lady Marmalade”

“Sinner Man”

Encore: “You’ll Never Walk Alone”