Quentin Taratino may be busy collecting accolades for his newest film The Hateful Eight, but over at New York's Feinstein's/54 Below, they're still reveling in the game-changing filmmaker's earlier hits. The Quentin Tarantino Songbook Vol. 1 highlights the distinct personalities of his films through the songs that are forever connected to his iconic characters. At this movie-loving musical evening, you'll hear phenomenal Broadway veterans like MAC Award winner Scott Coulter, Jessica Hendy (Cats), Blaine Krauss (The Lion King) and more backed by the coolest seven-piece funk band on the Great White Way. Expect to hear everything from Reservoir Dogs' "Little Green Bag" to Bobby Womack's "Across 110th Street," which opened Jackie Brown. And, of course, they won't forget Chuck Berry's "C'est La Vie," forever immortalized by John Travolta and Uma Thurman dancing the twist in Pulp Fiction.