Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret stretches luxuriously beneath one of Denver’s most recognized icons: the historic Daniels and Fisher Tower. The first “skyscraper” in Denver’s skyline, the D&F Tower was built in 1910 and modeled after Venice’s famous Campanile in the Piazza San Marco, the Clocktower is an excellent example of the architectural style of the Italian Renaissance.
The Clocktower is located at:
16th Street Mall at Arapahoe Street, Downtown Denver
1601 Arapahoe Street, Denver 80202
Box office opens: Monday – Friday at 1:00, Saturday at 2:00 and late afternoon on Sundays if we have a show scheduled
USUALLY CLOSED MONDAYS
Read this recent article about Lannie’s written in the Denver Post
About the Owners
Lannie Garrett firstname.lastname@example.org
Lannie’s undeniable stage presence, sharp comedic instincts and natural ability to connect with her audiences keep her in high demand as singer/entertainer in nightclubs and for corporate events all over the country.
Ms. Garrett has garnered that rare combination of popular and critical appeal. She has been named Favorite Female Vocalist by almost every magazine and periodical in Denver. She has also been reviewed glowingly in the national press, from Gentleman’s Quarterly to Genre Magazine.
Lannie has worked with Bill Cosby, Ray Charles, Jay Leno, BB King, Roseanne Barr, David Steinberg and many more. She headlined shows with the Colorado Symphony 3 times, starred in a movie with Anthony Perkins, (The Destroyer) and co-starred with New York actresses, Rhonda Ross (Diana Ross’ daughter) and Glynis Bell in Eve Ensler’s, The Vagina Monologues in the summer of 2005.
She performs many shows at Lannie’s including her hilarious country spoof, The Patsy DeCline Show, she fronts her swinging big band, “AnySwing Goes,” and does several tribute shows including: The Chick Sings Frank: A Tribute to Sinatra, Great Women of Song: From Billie to Bette, Screen Gems: Songs from the Movies and more….
She has also written and produced shows at Lannie’s for other singers: “Unforgettable: The Nat King Cole Tribute,” “Genius: The Ray Charles Tribute,” and “The Songs of Sam Cooke and Stevie Wonder.”
Lannie is in charge of booking the club and selects top local and national talent: from Saturday Night Alumni: Joe Piscopo, singer: Leon Redbone, comedy writer: Bruce Vilanch, recording artist: Jill Sobule to local talent like, Chris Daniels and the Kings, Ron Ivory, Bella Diva Dance, MaryLynn Gillaspie and many, many more.
TO BOOK LANNIE FOR YOUR SHOW outside of the club or to inquire about booking your own show at Lannie’s: email: email@example.com or call (email preferred) 303-331-0744
www.lannie.com (Lannie’s personal website)
Jefferson returned to Denver in 2005 after eighteen years in NYC, LA and Europe, where he produced film, video, live comedy and theatre in a variety of styles and genres.
Involved on both sides of the camera in a handful of feature films, dozens of Manhattan theatre productions, and the writer of twelve nationally produced scripts, Jefferson has worked in every angle of the entertainment industry.
His production skills earned him several national awards for the documentary “Working the Magic”, and his writing has been commissioned by the Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, Theatrix of NYC, and The Impact Theatre in Berkeley, California.
As a performer, some highlights include a speaking role on “Breaking Bad”, an brief stint on a Dutch Sitcom, and being the headliner for Deschutes Brewery’s Beer-lesque Tour, which is now in it’s fourth year of hitting cities and markets around the country.
Jefferson hosts “Naughty Pierre’s Burlesque & Comedy Extravaganza” every Thursday night at the Clocktower, and appears at private parties, fundraisers, and corporate events around the state.