Indianapolis Welcomes Deb Mullins to Stage

Old fashion cabarets are far from out of style. These swank nightlife hot spots were forever immortalized in the sultry Broadway hit Cabaret, making smoke filled rooms with bluesy singers a very sexy idea. Indianapolis nightlife offers its own Cabaret at the Columbia Club on Monument Circle in Indianapolis downtown, where the best Indianapolis artists and musicians from across the United States come to perform for Indianapolis people. Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31 the Cabaret at the Columbia Club welcomes the jazzy Deb Mullins’ Bebop, Boogie and Blues show to their stage. This Hoosier singer has contributed to Indianapolis music for years behind the scenes; now she takes center stage to shine as a star in her own right. Tickets to this Indianapolis event are $35.00 or $45.00, with a food or two beverage minimum. The Cabaret concert begins at 8:00 pm sharp. Don’t be late!

Deb Mullins presents “Bebob, Boogie and Blues” at the Columbia Club’s Cabaret this weekend. And familiar talent to the Indianapolis area, Mullins has worked at various Indianapolis theatre as a musical director including the Phoenix Theatre, the Theatre on the Square and the Madame Walker Theatre. With more than thirty years of experience on stage, in radio and in the studio, she is more than qualified to contribute to various Indianapolis performing arts events.

In addition to her work with these Indianapolis nonprofit organizations, Mullins has performed across the city in various Indianapolis festivals and at local clubs and theatres. Mullins even led her very own Indianapolis band: The Deb Mullins Band, which was known throughout the Capitol City for their classic R&B style. Currently, she is the leader of a jazz trio, the Deb Mullins Trio, who tour throughout the Midwest sharing their jazzy concerts with other Heartland folks.

Thus far, Mullins has released two albums. “Killed in Cold Love” was recorded and released by The Deb Mullins Band in 2001. Her second CD, “Love is a Many Splintered Thing,” was recorded for her one woman show at Theatre on the Square in 2009. Her upcoming performance at the Columbia Club’s Cabaret offers a sweet compilation of Bebop, Boogie and Blues from America’s past, as Deb reminds us that Jazz can be entertainment sung with honesty, dedication and soulfulness. “Mullins’ vocal delivery,” said NUVO Newsweekly, “steams and fevers with passion and vitality and reaches into the heart and soul of her audience.”

Don’t miss Deb deliver another toe tapping performance as she is surrounded by some of Indianapolis’ finest musicians at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club this Friday and Saturday for “Bebop, Boogie and Blues.” Be transformed by the power of her voice and the style of her music. Before the show, take a stroll around the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument that is Monument Circle. Or grab a bite to eat at any of these Indianapolis restaurants. Afterward, enjoy a night cap from any of these Indianapolis bars. Learn about all that Indianapolis nightlife has to offer.

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Deb Mullins: Bebop, Boogie and Blues
Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31, 2010

The Cabaret at the Columbia Club
121 Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46204