Several bands seem to share this name. Also, there are a few tracks that might appear here from theatrical montages of Cabaret, the musical. (Which explains the similar artists being all musical-related)

-Cabaret is a 1966 Broadway musical set in Berlin in 1929 through 1930 during the run-up to the coming to power of the Nazis under Adolf Hitler. The musical is comprised of the book by Joe Masteroff, lyrics by Fred Ebb and music by John Kander.

It is based on John Van Druten's play I Am a Camera, which was in turn based on the novel Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood. Its initial run was produced and directed by Hal Prince and starred Bert Convy, Jack Gilford, Jill Haworth, Lotte Lenya, Joel Grey, Peg Murray, and Edward Winter. Such soundtrack as the:

-Original Broadway cast

-New Broadway Cast Recording 1998

-Cabaret Motion Picture Soundtrack

  • Brazilian band Cabaret hails from Rio de Janeiro, formed after the demise of a previous underground hit called Glamourama. Their sound is heavily influenced by glam rock, also incorporating some Brazilian rock elements. Currently (as of February 2007) the band is comprised of Marvel (vocals), Myself Deluxe (bass), Peter Glitter (guitar) and De la Foca (drums).

Cabaret has somewhat of a cult status after their first album, "Cabaret", received a wide span of good reviews from both the alternative and mainstream Brazilian music press. The band is also known for their theatrical live performances, often gaining new fans after energetic performances, specially of underground hits "Messias Pessoal", "Dama da Noite" and "Cadáver no Palco". The band's website is .

  • The Polish Cabaret was formed in 1997 by two friends: Jaroslaw Pawlik and Mariusz Radecki. But it is the year 2000, when a new musician - Michal `IA´ Bieniek (ex-Noise Gate) - joins CABARET, that can actually be considered the initial date of the band´s conscious artistic activity. It is also then that the band first starts achieving minor triumphs.