Ann Hampton Callaway performs with Bill Cunliffe, Peter Washington, and Tim Horner
An accomplished composer with credits ranging from Barbra Streisand to the television theme from The Nanny, Ann Hampton Callaway is the rare singer with the cachet of a cabaret star, the skill of a seasoned jazz pro, and the wit and timing of a stand-up comedian. Along with her own original songs, her special on-the-spot-made-for-the-audience compositions (always a treat for her guests), and a repertoire that includes clever arrangements of standards such as "Ain't Misbehavin,'" "Isn't It A Pity," "At Last," and "It Never Entered My Mind," the swinging and sultry vocalist always delivers the goods.
Plus, you just never know who will join her in an impromptu session on stage. Ann Hampton Callaway, vocals; Bill Cunliffe, piano; Peter Washington, bass; Tim Horner, drums.