Broadway star Sally Mayes first rose to success in 1989, earning an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination as Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her work in Welcome to the Club and Closer Than Ever. She later notched a Tony nomination for her performance in the 1994 revival of She Loves Me as well. In addition to appearances on a number of cast recordings, Mayes also released solo material including 1993's Sings the Dorothy Fields Songbook, 1994's Our Private World: Sings Comden & Green and 1999's The Story Hour. Boys and Girls Like You and Me followed two years later.
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