Under the musical direction of Johnny Harris, An Intimate Evening with Lynda Carter is already promising to exceed her record breaking San Francisco premiere as well as her sold out engagements in Los Angeles and Chicago.
Lynda Carter extends her tour to include Feinstein's at Loews Regency in NY just before completing her new CD. Lynda brings her own energy and dynamic voice to many of her favorite arrangements including "Summertime," "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man," "The Way You Look Tonight," "Fever," "My Heart Belongs to Daddy," "Crazy" and a show stopping renditions of "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover," and "Put the Blame on Mame." With her recent TV success in SMALLVILLE and films like Dukes of Hazard and SKY HIGH, as well as her recent stage performance as Mama Morton in the west end production of CHICAGO. Stimulated by her mother, Jean Carter, Lynda showed a vocation for the arts since her early childhood. She made her debut at a local talent show at the age of five. At the age of ten she played the guitar and even composed her own songs. At age 14 she joined a band called "JUST US." A promotional ad published on Billboard magazine once read: "Nothing can keep you away from Lynda Carter's 'All Night Song.' Get to know the real Lynda Carter. Beyond TV's super heroine 'Wonder Woman,' Lynda is making a real name for herself as a more-than-beautiful singer."