"Impeccable…delightful, swinging…voice like honeysuckle…signature jazz sound, a stylistic compendium of Billie Holiday, Mildred Bailey and Blossom Dearie." New York Times
"Creates moods that turn each song into a miniature painting…" New York Observer
Debuting at The Crazy Coqs, jazz-pianist and Manhattan nightlife veteran Daryl Sherman tells stories of romance and unrequited, with amusing anecdotes from Manhattan, London and Tokyo.
Daryl draws in her audience by revealing the history behind some of her songs, in the same good natured way in which she sings. She has often been likened to the late Blossom Dearie to whom she bears a striking vocal resemblance, but her jazz pianism is sparer and more percussive.
Daryl has performed and recorded with several jazz notables, including Bucky & John Pizzarelli, Barbara Carroll, Warren Vache, Bob Dorough and Dick Hyman. She has appeared in concert with cabaret artists KT Sullivan, Jeff Harnar, and Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, and was an artistic director for 92nd St Y Lyrics and Lyricists.
Andrew Cleyndert accompanies on bass.