Vocalist Hilary Kole began her professional career at the legendary Rainbow Room as the youngest singer ever to grace the stage. From there, Hilary co-wrote and starred in the long running Off Broadway hits, "Our Sinatra" and "Singing Astaire," as well as headlined at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, and international venues such as the Umbria Jazz Festival and the Nairn Jazz Festival. Hilary has also performed and recorded with the late Oscar Peterson, Hank Jones, and Michel LeGrand, to name but a few. Her solo debut album, "Haunted Heart," produced by jazz guitarist and vocalist John Pizzarelli, has earned critical acclaim and a fast-growing local and international fanbase. Rex Reed (New York Observer) calls her "hip and lovely, a musical marvel," and Time Out New York notes that "Kole presents her own distinctive style. She is the best at selling a song."