Hi Fi Honey is New York City's celebrated jazz singer Shawn Aileen Clark, who brings romance, swing, elegance and wit to every song she sings, adding fresh life to classic jazz favorites. The glamorous Ms Clark has sung for President Clinton (with acclaimed Lapis Luna - the premier retro music band from NYC), was the main attraction at Christina Hendrick's wedding (Joan from Man Men), has performed at the Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Rainbow Room, 21 Club, and she performs at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan every Thursday evening with Lapis Luna, New York's most celebrated vintage music band. She has been in music, culture, and art publications from all over the world including Art Forum and Smithsonian Magazine. Shawn was on NYC TV Channel 13 where she was said to be a 'film noir waiting to happen.' She has been featured in the knot as a 'best of' winner since 2008 (with Lapis Luna), was highlighted on David Tutera's 'My Fair Wedding' in the Gatsby Bride episode, performed in an episode of Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing," and has opened for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy on several occasions on the East Coast, just to name a few highlights.
She is a distinguished bandleader and vocalist, presenting authentic jazz of the 30s, 40s, and 50s, and plays with her specialized musicians who truly deliver professionalism and elegance. Ms Clark's assistance with helping plan music will be personal, professional and enjoyable - your wedding, soiree, gala and the like will be set to some of the most fun and stylish jazz & swing music you and your guests could imagine.
Available as trio with piano or guitar and bass for a cocktail party. For larger events and dancing the band adds drums, horns, and vibraphone. Available in Philadelphia, New York, Washington DC and beyond.
Christina Hendricks says: “Every single one of our guests raved about you and everyone danced because Lapis Luna is pure, swinging, romance!”
Chris Pistorino (upright bass),
Shawn Aileen Clark (vocals),
John Merrill (guitar),
Brian Floody (drums),
Tom Beckham (vibraphone),
Horns! (sax, clarinet, trumpet, trombone),
Other! (Banjo, ukulele)