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“Songs You Know by People You Don’t” starring Marty Henne

February 18 @ 2:00 pm
Mizner Park Cultural Center

Marty Henne

“Marty’s performances are always great! The combination of his pianistic prowess and his wonderful voice are held tightly together by the wonderful anecdotes and stories he offers. Marty is one of a kind!” -Richard Adler, Composer of “The Pajama Game” and “Damn Yankees”

Take the vocal style of a Mel Torme, add the sophistication of a Bobby Short and throw in the story telling skills and comedy of a Johnny Carson. Mix them all together and what do you get? Marty Henne!

Marty Henne performs his hit show, “Songs You Know by People You Don’t,” a tribute to those wonderful songwriters who only had one or two hits and then never had that success again. Songs include “How High The Moon,” “As Time Goes By” and so many others that we’ve heard all our lives.

But it’s not just the great music that Marty performs that makes his shows so entertaining and special. Each show is filled with stories and insights about the writers and the times they lived and worked in, all told with the unique humor, joy and warmth that is Marty Henne.

From night clubs to country clubs, from corporate events to private parties and aboard the most sophisticated cruise ships in the world, Marty has become a favorite among listeners who love good music and great entertainment.

Ava Astaire MacKenzie, daughter of Fred Astaire writes, “I know my father would have loved Marty Henne.”

Audiences around the world have agreed. They all love Marty Henne!


“An evening with Marty Henne is as close as you’re going to get to having dinner with The Gershwins!” -Paul Williams, Grammy and Oscar-Winning Songwriter 

“I know my father would have loved Marty Henne.” -Ava Astaire MacKenzie, Daughter of Fred Astaire