Broadway Grill, 1400 Broadway, Burlingame, CA
International multi-genre songstress Sony Holland started her career as a lead singer in a Rock band in the Midwest. She moved to Nashville to experience the country vibe. San Francisco was where she eventually settled, having stints in Paris, Denver, Los Angeles. Sony made a name for herself in Jazz, busking on Fisherman’s Wharf. From this, she got bookings at Jazz-at-Pearl’s, Plush Room, Yoshi’s, and Rrazz Room. Internationally, Sony was in demand, getting booked in Bangkok, Hong Kong, and toured the Blue Notes in Japan and NYC. Back in San Francisco, she was a regular at Sausalito Art Festival, had a 3 year residency at the Ritz-Carlton and opened for George Benson at Rodney Strong Vineyards.
During the pandemic, Sony created 3 new shows, Linda Ronstadt Tribute, Dusty Springfield Tribute, and a show of Original music written by Jerry Holland. For this engagement she will incorporate all of these genres in 90 minutes. After pandemic Sony moved to the Peninsula.
Jerry Holland (guitar) moved from NYC to Nashville to join Mike Curb’s song mill. He has written many songs, but eventually composed “Friends” which was sung by John Michael Montgomery. The tune climbed the charts to become a Number 1 Country hit! He remains prolific and several of his original songs will be featured.
NOW STREAMING! The FIRST & ONLY Asian-American Ballet Company!
Catch history in the making as the ASIAN AMERICAN BALLET PROJECT takes to the stage in their inaugural performance "Beginnings". Prepare to be captivated as our company dancers breathe new life into the classic christening scene from "Sleeping Beauty". Transport yourself to ancient Mongolia with "Suho and the White Horse," a compelling ballet that unveils the dramatic origin story of the horse-head fiddle. Be among the first to behold TWO groundbreaking WORLD PREMIERES that push the boundaries of creativity and expression. Join us for Beginnings and walk away inspired by the power of Asian American artistry.
The dance company was recently featured nationally on ABC-TV "Good Morning America 3":