Michelle DellaFave became a familiar face to millions of television viewers in the late 1960s and early '70s, when at the age of 19, she was selected to be one of Dean Martin's Golddiggers on his weekly series and on The Golddiggers' own summer variety show.
Standing out among her peers by virtue of her vocal talent and popularity with audiences, Michelle was in time plucked from the ranks of The Golddiggers to be one-fourth of a quartet called The Dingaling Sisters, who performed their own numbers and sang with Dean each week on his program. As part of The Golddiggers and Dingalings ensembles, Michelle also participated in two of Bob Hope's globe-spanning USO Christmas tours.
In addition, she was featured regularly as one-half of the singing-dancing Soul Sisters on Jonathan Winters' syndicated series; made guest appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and The Mike Douglas Show; played one of the Radio City Rockettes in the film version of the musical Annie; and has sung and acted in many Equity theater presentations.
From 2007 to 2009, she and one of her colleagues from The Dean Martin Show re-teamed and toured the country as the musical duo Blue Eyed Soul, entertaining veterans, active duty service men and women, and civilians. Michelle has also produced two of her own vocal CDs -- a pop jazz album called Cool Burn and a Gospel collection entitled Transformed.
Now, in bringing her one-woman show to the New York stage for the first time, Michelle incorporates highlights of a rich professional and personal journey into a fresh, vibrant and entertaining new musical experience.