Sunday Aug 7th @7PM
The Metropolitan Room
As someone who watched soap operas in the seventies when my children were babies and I was tied to a daily routine of "burps and baths," John Gabriel, aka. Dr. Seneca Baeaulac, from the popular ABC soap “Ryan’s Hope,” was a most welcomed distraction. He was strikingly handsome and there was a quiet charm and elegance about him that endeared him to millions of other faithful fans and won him an Emmy nomination. Throughout a long career that spans almost every facet of show business, he never lost his love for singing songs from the Great American Songbook. He recently presented an evening of favorite songs from favorite songwriters, entitled, “The Songs and Stories of Some Great American Songwriters” to a full house of ardent admirers and enthusiastic colleagues at The Metropolitan Room in New York.
– Lynn DiMenna, "AT THE RITZ!"
"A winner. In short he's got what it takes."
— Daily Variety
"He sings honestly, sincerely and quite beautifully."
— New York Post
"John's ability to tell the story of the song has now placed him among that select group of singers who can transport you by reaching deep within themselves."
— Charles Grodin
John Gabriel may be the best Actor-Singer around
- TV News
"Gabriel's strong baritone... shines. He has a rich, legit sound recalling the likes of John Raitt and Gordon MacRae."
— John Hoglund, Backstage
If you thought you heard John's voice on the radio, you may be correct!
Click here to check out a sample of John's recent voiceover work!
Musically-gifted John has performed as a singer on stages from Broadway to Atlantic City to Los Angeles. Check back for information about his recordings, both solo and with his wonderful family!
Click here to see photographs from some of John's many performances!