Cabaret’s FOILED AGAIN Presents 3Some at Davenport’s Beginning Oct. 5th

Chicago cabaret mainstays Foiled Again return to Davenport’s Piano Bar + Cabaret in October with a brand-new show, 3some. 3some promises to be a fun and eclectic evening of music from one of Chicago’s favorite vocal ensembles Foiled Again; a musical love-letter from one trio to many others.

The evening will include musical tributes to such famous trios as: Crosby, Stills, and Nash; Nickel Creek; Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross; Peter, Paul, and Mary; The Supremes, Wilson Phillips, The Dixie Chicks, and many many more.

Foiled Again has been on the Chicago Cabaret scene for over 10 years with shows ranging from Harold Arlen tributes to the music of the Brill Building, and their Joni Mitchell tribute show Dark Café Days which won the group an After-Dark Award for Outstanding Cabaret Performance. Foiled Again has appeared in many of the city’s major venues including Davenport’s, The Speakeasy, The Drake Hotel, Chicago Cultural Center, The Acorn Theatre, Writers’ Theatre, and Evanston SPACE. Notable past gigs include appearing in A Night at the Oscars in the 2011 Chicago Humanities Festival and opening for Lesley Gore in 2007. Foiled Again recorded their first CD Foiled Again: Live in 2009 and is happy to be returning to Davenport’s for their dates in October. Foiled Again will return to SPACE in Evanston on December 10th for their annual holiday show.

Foiled Again features: Allison Bazarko – singer-songwriter and the group’s resident vocal arranger; Rob Lindley – Jeff-Award winning actor for Writers’ Theatre’s Oh Coward and recently starred in Court Theatre’s Angels in America; Anne Sheridan Smith – off-loop theatre actress who recently appeared in Porchlight’s A Catered Affair and is currently appearing in Pool No Water. Their musical director is the multi-Jeff award winning Doug Peck.

Reservation information:

Foiled Again 3some

October 5, 6, 13, 26 @ 8:00PM

Davenport’s Piano Bar + Cabaret

1383 N Milwaukee


$20 cover + 2 drink minimum

“If there is a group performing tighter, more intricate harmonies, I haven’t heard them” – Chicago Sun-Times.

“Don’t Miss” – Time Out Chicago