Daryl Sherman

A sparkling mainstay of Manhattan nightlife, Daryl Sherman continues to sing and play for savvy New Yorkers, international visitors and dignitaries at the Waldorf Astoria?s famed Cole Porter Steinway. From her arrival in the mid-70s, with trio stints at Sinatra hang-outs like Jilly?s, Jimmy Weston?s or Eddie Condon?s, there?s hardly a jazz joint, supper club or hotel Daryl has missed. She?s most recently lauded for appearances at the Algonquin?s Oak Room, Iridium Jazz Club and Feinstein?s At The Regency. Appearances with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra also have included vocal workshops for their annual Essentially Ellington program. Over the past year she joined forces with Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks for a special show Park Avenue Whirl which had a month?s run at 59E59 Theater and later Feinstein?s. European tours include annual engagements at London?s Pizza On The Park, concerts in Wales, Leeds, Scotland, the Cork Jazz Festival in Ireland and Malaga, Spain. Her stunning return appearance in Berlin was hailed by Jazz Radio 101.9 ?a magical night.? Equally at home in the worlds of jazz and cabaret, Sherman?s many recordings have received high critical praise and airplay internationally. They are in regular rotation on Cable TV?s Music Choice. Her tribute to Richard Rodgers, A Hundred Million Miracles (Arbors) received four stars in Downbeat where ?Sherman proves that she can more than hold her own in the company of musicians as weighty as Ruby Braff and tenor saxman Houston Person.?London Times. Her latest CD, Guess Who?s In Town is included in The New Yorker ?10 Best of 2006?, citing her own song Welcome To Manhattan, a ?standard to be?. Other notables Daryl has performed and recorded with include Dick Hyman, Dave McKenna, Bucky & John Pizzarelli, Bob Dorough, Kenny Davern, Harry Allen, Tommy Flanagan, Ken Peplowski, Joe Cohn, Jay Leonhart, Dick Sudhalter, Barbara Lea, James Chirillo, Boots Maleson, and UK?s Dave Green.