Clint Holmes, singer, and showman direct from his incredibly popular Las Vegas residency
Catherine Russell, jazz and blues vocalist known for her work with David Bowie and Steely Dan
Billy Stritch, playful pianist extraordinaire and accompanist to the stars
Three of the greatest jazz singers of our time, Catherine Russell, Clint Holmes and Billy Stritch (the latter doubling as musical director) celebrate the centennial of the greatest singer-pianist in the history of jazz: the legendary African American superstar, Nat King Cole. They’ll be joined by a star-studded seven-piece band featuring Aaron Weinstein, Adrian Cunningham, Alphonso Horne and Jeffery Miller.
You’ll hear tunes including:
- “Route 66”
- “It’s Only a Paper Moon”
- “Sweet Lorraine”
and more of Cole’s greatest hits!
Sponsored by The Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers