Cheyenne Jackson gets his `Mad Men` groove on

New York: Cheyenne Jackson is stepping into the void left this year by the absence of AMC`s `Mad Men.`

The `Glee` and `30 Rock` star will sing songs from the 50s and 60s for a one-night-only concert next month with The New York Pops orchestra at Carnegie Hall.

According to a press release, the show "will take audiences back to the `Mad Men` era, when bossa nova was new and dance music was smooth and hip."

The Nov. 18 concert will include Jackson crooning such songs as `Feeling Good,` `Luck Be a Lady and `Sway`. Steven Reineke, who is the musical director, also promises some contemporary songs that are a throwback to that time.
Jackson has appeared on Broadway in "Finian`s Rainbow," `Xanadu,` `Thoroughly Modern Millie,` `On the Twentieth Century` and `Aida.`

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