Hello Again! The Songs of Allan Sherman

Linden Waddell

created and stars in a hilarious, warm, nostalgic look into the comic genius of Allan Sherman
and his parody lyrics. 

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"My face hurts from smile-laughing." --Kathie S.


"Epic gratitude for this night of genius and warmth!" --Diane C.


"You blew me away! I loved you! What a great evening! I left [the] performance with so much joy! Incredible!" --Susan D.


"Fabulous Show, Linden! We loved it!" --Brock L.


"First rate show, I enjoyed it tremendously!" 
--Mark K.


"Amazing to learn about Allan Sherman...what a great tribute Linden gave us. LOVED, LOVED, LOVED IT!" --Peggy B.


"I laughed and enjoyed myself. [Linden's] timing is impeccable, and I especially liked it when she let her voice soar. What talent, and what joy she has in sharing it!"
--Lorine P.



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Before "Weird Al" Yankovic there was another "Al" - Allan Sherman – who became an instant celebrity in 1962 when he sang and recorded his devilishly clever parody lyrics on the album "My Son, The Folk Singer." His zany songs hit just the right nerve with the American public and his first three Warner Bros. albums shot to Number One.



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Sherman won a Grammy Award for "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh" - a song blaring from record players in every household in the early 1960's. In "Hello Again! The Songs of Allan Sherman," singer/comedienne Linden Waddell performs a compilation of his wittiest ditties, highlighting Sherman's talent and taking us back to a simpler time. It's a performance of laughs and nostalgia for Baby Boomers and new 'yuks' for a younger generation.

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