Cheyenne Jackson gets his 'Mad Men' groove on

October 10, 2011 - 2:00 PM
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FILE - In this March 21, 2011 file photo, actor Cheyenne Jackson attends the premiere of HBO's

NEW YORK (AP) — Don Draper and AMC's "Mad Men" will be back next year, but Cheyenne Jackson is stepping into the void.

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

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."