Cynthia Holiday 2014 APAP Convention
Held at New York Hilton Hotel. Radam Schwartz, Piano, Paul Beaudry, Bass; Gordon Landl, Drums . APAP is a major convention for concert promoters, club owners and people in entertainment.
Birdland Jazz Club New York City
A music review from the "I Like What I See" Show and Cynthia's original lyrics are a familiar scenario "Girls Night Out Looking for Mr. Right." "I see the finest man I ever saw then think to myself "I don't know him
but. . . ." you'll love her story. Radam Schwartz, piano,arranger; Anthony Nelson, tenor saxophone; Paul Beaudry, bass and international drummer Winard Harper.
Cynthia Holiday performing "I Wish I'd Met You" at 2014 APAP CONVENTION
Cynthia Holiday, Jazz & Blues Song Stylist performing "I Wish I'd Met You" at the New York Hilton Hotel during the 2014 Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) Convention. Radam Schwartz, piano; Paul Beaudry, bass; Gordon Lane, drums.
Composers Frank Underwood, Johnny Mandel, Richard Rodney. The showcase was hosted by Pat and Allan Harris in the Harlem Suite.
Cynthia Holiday Jazz Song Stylist
Watch and listen to music, photos and videos of Cynthia performing at New York City Clubs such as Iridium, Ashford & Simpson's Sugar Bar and Birdland; perform with Monty Alexander, Stanley Jordan and Winard Harper; open shows for Roy Ayers, Gloria Lynne, Cissy Houston and appear as a featured artist on ABC and NBC TV networks.
NBC 4 "Weekend Today in New York" with Pat Battle
Pat Battle, co-anchor for "Weekend Today in New York" interviews Cynthia Holiday about her career as a jazz singer followed by a performance of two songs, "Samba de Amore" and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow." Radam Schwartz plays piano, Paul Beaudry plays bass.