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Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Westgate Mad Men Style! Dine like Draper and Drink like Sterling, it is time to party like Mad Men! The Westgate invites you to a swanky Madmen inspired New Year’s Eve celebration. Savor artistic vintage cocktails and a mid-century inspired five-course dinner revisited with a modern twist by Executive Chef Fabrice Hardel. Take the dance floor and swing on over Lorraine Castellanos quartet’s favorite songs of the Mad Men era! Mad Men New Year's Eve program 7.30 p.m. Joan’s cocktail Reception with a vintage craft cocktail 8.00 PM Five-course wine paired dinner 8.30 PM Lorraine Castellanos’ quartet live performance 12.00 am Balloon drop and a Champagne toast Retro- glamorous attire is encouraged! $179 (tax and gratuity additional) You would be MAD to Miss it! Seating is limited reserve via westgatehotel.tix.com
Sounds Like: Dinah Washington, Andrés Segovia, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Astrud Gilberto
Bio: Lorraine Castellanos has an intense passion for music, evident in her perceptive phrasing and tone, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist. With a weighty voice and sensitive execution on the Classical Guitar, Castellanos is gaining a reputation as a dynamic musical presence in her hometown of ...See Full Bio
“Lorraine Castellanos brought a stellar band, (including husband Gilbert), into 98 Bottles last night, where a standing-room-only crowd cheered on her Billie Holliday tribute. The vocalist ascended to the bandstand for "Mean To Me," and right off, you could hear the similarities in tone, timbre and phrasing with the legendary Holliday, without be cloying or slavish. She's got a natural approach to swing. Mrs. Castellanos and the band were hitting on all cylinders with "Fine & Mellow," interpreting lyrics with sly grace and setting up a wicked Thorsen arco solo, while her husband went all XXX-rated with a plunger mute feature that sent chills up my spine. Tenor saxophone legend Daniel Jackson arrived, assembled his horn and proceeded to blow everyone out of the water with a dramatic, unhurried piece of melodic mastery. The sold out crowd couldn't have been more appreciative and I'm looking forward to hearing what the dynamic duo of Lorraine and Gilbert Castellanos come up with next.”
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