Deana Martin, world-class entertainer and daughter of legendary entertainment icon Dean Martin,
will make an appearance on Fox & Friends (Fox News Channel) Monday,
December 10th. Martin is set to sing “Let It Snow” in the 8am hour and
is also ready to address recent controversy concerning the long-time
holiday favorite “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” that her father famously
recorded nearly sixty years ago. In addition, Deana will also perform a
second classic from her ‘White Christmas‘ album on the newly launched Fox Nation platform, immediately following the Fox & Friends performance.
This past June, Martin was bestowed the official title of Trobairitz by the Friar’s Club in New York City as part of “A Deana Martin Toast.”
Special guests included Joe Mantegna, Joe Piscopo, Tony Lo Bianco,
Steve Maglio, Mike Renzi, Sal Viviano, Richard Barone, Joseph Baldasare,
Will Griedwald, Bill Boggs and Mike Marino, among others. This coveted
title has previously been awarded to several other esteemed female
entertainers, including Liza Minnelli, Barbra Streisand, Dionne Warwick
and Kristin Chenoweth.
Deana continues to tour and host her popular celebrity roasts,
celebrating famous friends all over the country. For additional
information on her appearances and concert events, please visit DeanaMartin.com.
About Deana Martin:
Deana Martin has become an instantly recognizable voice and figure in
the pantheon of The Great American Songbook in her own right. Her 2006
debut CD release, ‘Memories Are Made of This,’ stayed in the top ten for 40 consecutive weeks. Her follow-up CD, 2009’s, ‘Volare,’ debuted in the top ten of the Billboard charts, followed by 2011’s seasonal evergreen, ‘White Christmas,’ 2013’s critically acclaimed ‘Destination Moon’ and her latest, 2016’s ‘Swing Street,’ garnered airplay on top jazz, standards and country radio stations, emphasizing her prominent status as a hit recording artist.
As a celebrated author, Deana found herself on the New York Times’ coveted Best Seller list with her 2004 memoir, ‘Memories Are Made of This: Dean Martin Through His Daughter’s Eyes.’
In it, she shares never-before-told stories about her father and his
‘Pallies’. The e-book version returned Ms. Martin to the best-selling
book charts in 2015 on Wall Street Journal’s roster of best-selling