Frankie & Johnny & Me

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  • “With barely a line of dialogue, Lobban gets to us through the eloquence and power of her interpretations. Among these are her lush and beautiful rendition of All the Way, which elevates it from a pop song into a heartfelt, emotionally strong statement; and quite possibly the most affecting and beautiful, What Is This Thing Called Love? that Ive ever heard - she doesn t just sing this song, she explores the question....Her sweetly resonant voice is a beautiful instrument.”

    — Roy Sander, Backstage
  • “Lots of folks sing songs that Sinatra sang. Happily, Lynn Lobban is also singing the songs of John Wallowitch, songs that ought to be sung by many more.”

    — Barbara & Scott Siegel, Show Business

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Originally a Jersey girl, Lynn Lobban moved to Manhattan in 1969 where she trained as an actor, singer and dancer with some of the finest teachers in the business. She went on to perform in various Off and Off-Off Broadway,…