Celebrating our fourth week as this wonderful venue continues to grow! This week featuring Jeff Goodkind on keys!
Looking forward to performing this Thursday and Friday night at DOMA in Beverly Hills! Accompanied by pianist Joey Navarro. Hope to see my friends there!!
3rd Annual Golf to End Cancer Celebrity fundraiser; creating holistic solutions to end cancer. I am elated to be performing from 5 to 6pm that evening amongst other celebrated musicians! Look forward to seeing you there!
Malibu Uncorked wine tasting and jazz event! Dont Stop Till You Give Enough! Please support our holiday toy drive with the Childrens Life Saving Foundation, drop off a new unwrapped toy and bring holiday cheer to a child in need this season!
Off to a successful beginning of 'Malibu Uncorked', wine tasting and jazz evening! Also, in the spirit of giving, please support our toy drive with The Children's Lifesaving Foundation! Help make a difference and drop a new unwrapped toy for children in need this holiday season. Look forward to seeing you!
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Born with a passion to inspire and comfort through music, singer/songwriter Jacqui Hylton captures audinces with h
er lush vocals and raw harmonic resonance. Her sound has developed into an acoustic blend of pop, jazz and b...See Full Bio
: Jazz Vocalist Jacqui Hylton at Nics Beverly Hills Thurs Feb 12 8pm-11pm with Leon Bisquera on keys! http://t.co/UV4wmD44A4
““I’d heard a lot about her through [Malibu-based songwriter/producer] Gary Miller,” said Malibu Music Awards and Festival founder Terrence Davis at Savory. “Jacqui really honors Johnny Mandel,” the first artist given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the festival’s inaugural 2008 ceremony. Hylton enjoys performing several Mandel standards, such as “Where Do You Start?” and “Shadow of Your Smile.” From her own compositions, to covers of Billie Holiday, to her lilting, bittersweet rendition of The Cure’s “Love Song,” Hylton shuffles through a 40-song repertoire. She mixes things up weekly, perhaps swapping in “Girl from Ipanema” and “My Funny Valentine” for cinema-spawned classics “Over the Rainbow” and “Moon River.””