Picture - Freddie Roman and Michael Feinstein New York City, USA, Monday 8th November 2010

Freddie Roman and Michael Feinstein Monday 8th November 2010 The Friars Club honors Michael Feinstein at the Friars Club on East 55th Street. New York City, USA







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