Holly Palmer / Cuong Vu "After Hours" ft Larry Goldings, David Piltch, and Jake Reed
“After Hours” is an evening of songs presented by vocalist Holly Palmer and two-time Grammy Award winner, trumpet player Cuong Vu in which they will perform songs from their new jazz album of the same name. “After Hours” is concept album, in which they interpret classics from the American Songbook supported by world class musicians Larry Goldings, Jay Bellerose and David Piltch.
Holly Palmer has recorded, toured and collaborated with such illustrious industry icons as David Bowie, Dr. Dre, Sting, Seal, and Michael Bublé -- in addition to releasing four well-received albums of her own.
After recording her second critically acclaimed record, Palmer was invited by David Bowie to sing on his album Hours. She was featured on the opening track "Thursday's Child,” proclaimed by Q Magazine as one of the top moments of that year. Palmer spent the next year touring the world with Bowie, appearing on VH-1 Storytellers, as well as two other Bowie albums: Live at the Beeb and Toy.
“A Family Album” is Holly’s upcoming release slated for Fall, 2018. It is an album that focuses on her family life – and the unexpected joy as well as challenges she and her husband have experienced raising their 9 year old son Maceo – who was born with cerebral palsy. Her newest single recording is a song she wrote called “Human” which contains the core message of Holly’s inclusion initiative, written in honor of David Bowie - a force for inclusion throughout his life and art.
Her following release will be “After Hours”, a jazz album to be released in early 2019 featuring Holly and two-time Grammy Award winner, trumpet player Cuong Vu. It’s a concept album, in which they interpret classics from the American Songbook, supported by world class musicians Larry Goldings, Jay Bellerose and David Piltch.
Cuong Vu is widely recognized by jazz critics as a leader of a generation of innovative musicians. A truly unique musical voice, Cuong has contributed to a wide range of artists including Pat Metheny, Laurie Anderson, and David Bowie. Since his early years in NYC, Cuong has been active in leading various groups, most notably his trio with bassist Stomu Takeishi and drummer Ted Poor, displaying how he has carved out a distinctive sonic territory on the trumpet while blurring all stylistic borders.
Along with Grammy awards in 2002 and 2006 as a member of the Pat Metheny Group, Cuong received Europe’s Echo Jazz 2017 Awards, International Instrumentalist for his work on his recording, “Cuong Vu Trio Meets Pat Metheny”. Each of his eight albums have garnered critical acclaim having been considered among the top recordings of their respective years. Currently residing in Seattle, Cuong is chair and professor of jazz studies at the University of Washington.
Tickets: $25 in advance / $35 on day of show
The full dinner menu is available for purchase as soon as doors open. Your ticket purchase is the only reservation you need. A minimum of two items ($20.00) is required per person. $10 ticket INCREASE on day of show. Valet parking available with validation for $5. There is metered street parking as well but be sure to read the signs. Parking is NOT permitted on Woodbridge St. after 9pm nightly.