Sugar is a hit!
"An absolute Crown Jewel among all the other amazing performers in this town, I suggest you remember her name..."
-What's Up! Bellingham's Music Magazine
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from What's Up! Bellingham's Music Magazine
Sugar: A Valentine’s Cabaret
Feb. 14 • The Underground
Valentine’s Day has its many traditions steeped in love and romance. We all know as it approaches that thoughts turn to flowers and cards, high-end dinners and chocolate, looking for that perfect gift. This year offered up something a little sweeter, Sugar: A Valentine’s Cabaret. With shows on Feb. 13, 14 and 16, there were plenty of opportunities to experience this bawdy and playful performance.
Powered by the incredible vocals and style of “Sugar” herself, Brie Turoff Mueller leads this pack of talented singers, dancers, actors, comedians, and musicians who all came together to truly entertain. The show flowed seamlessly from genre to genre, opening with “Bring on the Men,” before moving through Joe Cocker, Etta James, Christina Aguilera, Miranda Lambert and Rihanna covers just to name some. Sprinkled with a little love, loss and hope, the storyline tying the songs together kept the audience’s attention focused and the house chatter to a minimum.
Sexy, sultry, a little silly and tons of sassy, Sugar was just what the doctor ordered to get everyone’s evening heated up. Brie’s ability to work the room, somehow managing to visit each table and bring everyone in attendance under her spell was reminiscent of Bette Midler at her Bath House best. Having attended the Monday show, I was so impressed I insisted on coming back for the Valentine’s performance and was equally enthralled.
One word of advice should you go to a coming performance, dress in your best, cuz no slackers or slouches allowed in Sugar’s house. An absolute crown jewel among all the other amazing performers in this town, I suggest you remember her name, cuz Sugar…she’s going places.
What's Up! Bellingham's Music Magazine