Clayton Bryant at Feinstein's

Feinstein's at Loews Regency
540 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065
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Feinstein's at the Regency presents Clayton Bryant. If indeed, as William Shakespeare once mused, "All the world's a stage", then Clayton Bryant was uniquely born to command the spotlight of the world. Even those born for greatness still require nurturing and molding though. To that end, Clayton Bryant was groomed by the best that contemporary music has to offer. His list of personal tutors reads like a "who's-who" of Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame royalty: His Mom Pop/Rock Icon Darlene Love, the late, great Luther Vandross, Roger Daltrey (lead singer of "The Who"), and legendary singer/songwriter couple Ashford & Simpson. One could not ask for better training - in & outside of entertainment. Clayton's vocal range has the ability to tear into the depths of the audience's soul as if they were truly his own. Simply put, he connects. Thunderous and distinctive, his vocals are a seamless blend of classic R&B, Pop, Rock and Gospel. No stranger to the stage, Clayton has been performing and touring for over 17 years, attending such venerable schools as Talent Unlimited High School, the Boys Choir of Harlem and NYCHA Youth Chorus. To date, one of Clayton's biggest thrills was that of being featured as a choir member and a featured vocalist for the British Rock Symphony Tour in 1998. That event proved so nice that Clayton had to come back twice and he returned along-side Legend Darlene Love in 2000. Always interested in giving back to the community, Clayton has also eagerly contributed as a performer to VH-1's Save the Music Foundation for Music Education. Valerie Simpson- "He shows us things in his throat we didn't know existed". Nickolas Ashford -"We've watched him grow, he sings from a place only he can go to. He emits such energy and incredible delivery. We love him very much". There is a 2 Drink Minimum Per Person

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