About Heidi Clark
Born in New Orleans and raised in Kentucky, Heidi is an NYC-based jazz singer and copywriter. She has performed with some of New York’s finest jazz musicians in several of its most prestigious clubs, including Birdland, Bemelmans Bar, and Pangea. Endlessly inspired by the stylings of Chet Baker, June Christy, and Ella Fitzgerald to name a few, her interpretations of the Great American SongBook have garnered ovations wherever she goes. Do not be fooled by her diminutive stature or twinkly eyes—she’s an old soul who believes every day deserves a dash of old-fashioned flavor.
James ‘Worm’ Wormworth – Percussion / Drums
(James Wormworth is probably best known as the drummer on the Conan O’Brien show, which included The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, The Basic Cable Band with Jimmy Vivino, Conan – TV Series, and he was the replacement drummer for the Max Weinberg 7 (#upgrade but you didn’t hear that from me) Because of the thousands of notable stars he played with on that show alone, his credits list is too long to list but would read like a who’s who of music luminaries. Additionally, he is a first call session player having provided drums and/or percussion on movies and TV shows such as Messenger, TV Funhouse, The Mark Twain Prize: Neil Simon, etc. It runs in the family: James’ father is renowned jazz drummer Jimmy Wormworth aka James Wormworth Sr., and his sisters are Tracy Wormworth who was a member of the B52’s, Waitresses, The Rosie O’Donnell Show’s Bassist, Sting etc. and his other sister is vocalist Mary Wormworth.James “Worm” Wormworth is also known for
playing the drums barefoot. #FactactinTinactin)
Domenic Cicchetti has worked in the music industry for more than twenty-five years as a performing musician, recording artist, composer, educational clinical, and musical instruments product specialist. He has worked with diverse performers such as Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Charles Aznavour, Sammy David Jr., Liza Minnelli & Michael Feinstein in such world-renowned venues as Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, the London Palladium, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, and The White House.