The son of an African-American jazz musician and classically trained British opera singer, recent two-time GRAMMY nominee Clint Holmes was raised with the best of two musical worlds. Not only a singer, Holmes is a consummate entertainer, performer, and recording artist. Whether performing selections from the Great American Songbook, contemporary classics, or stirring original pieces, every performance is a one-of-a-kind experience. Skilled with a powerful tenor voice, magnetic stage presence, and a entertaining comedic streak, Holmes’ 40-plus-year career has taken him to the top of the charts, to concert halls, on TV screens, and also cemented his legacy as a veritable Las Vegas institution. His new release, Rendezvous, is a star-studded jazz collective produced by three-time GRAMMY winner Gregg Field. The album offers a diverse playlist that reinterprets modern day and classic pop hits, soulful R&B, theatrical tunes, and numbers culled from the Great American Songbook. Rendezvous features guest appearances by GRAMMY winners Patti Austin and Dee Dee Bridgewater, and multi-GRAMMY nominees Ledisi, and Dave Koz. The GRAMMY Museum is pleased to welcome Clint Holmes, along with Gregg Field, Jane Monheit, and Christian Tamburr, to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation on Holmes' new music and brief performance, hosted by Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman. Prior to his GRAMMY Museum appearance, Holmes will perform a full concert featuring songs from his new album at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts as a part of The Sorting Room winter session on Friday, Dec. 15. Information is available at www.TheWallis.org/SortingRoom.