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Clint Holmes And Deniece Williams Play The Smith Center
Clint Holmes And Deniece Williams Play The Smith Center

AIR DATE: September 10, 2012

Famous for her 1984 hit "Let's Hear it For The Boy" Deniece Williams will perform at The Smith Center for Performing Arts with Artist-in-Residence Clint Holmes this weekend at Cabaret Jazz. Williams, who made her name on the pop charts, is an accomplished gospel singer and has performed with artists like Johnny Mathis and Stevie Wonder. Clint Holmes brings back his monthly performances at Cabaret Jazz. Holmes has previously performed tributes to Cole Porter and Bobby Short in his show. Holmes and Williams join us to talk about their performance.
Clint Holmes, singer and artist-in-residence, Smith Center
Deniece Williams, performer
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