Brunch Celebration: Michael Ragonese Trio
Happy Mother's Day! Vibrato will be offering a special brunch event from 10:30am - 2:30pm. Click here to view the menu and reserve your seats!
Dinner Show: Hugh Sheridan
Cover: $20 // Show: 7:30pm
Hugh Sheridan is arguably the most exciting new import from Australia to hit the states. He quite literally, grew up in a big band thanks to his father; renowned Australian Jazz Singer Denis Sheridan.
In just the last 12 months Hugh's had four sell out Australian tours, performing over 60 shows with his hugely successful band The California Crooners Club, a fusion of swing, R&B and soul. The CCC's premier scheduled US performance is at Vibrato on the 15th of May.
Sheridan's first album Speak Love, debuted at #2 on the Aria charts and is still a much loved album in his home country. Hugh has also enjoyed massive acclaim for his acting ability winning "Best Actor Overall" on Australian television 4 years in a row. He has won a critics choice Green Room Award for his performance in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum where he starred alongside Goeffery Rush.
Currently Hugh can be seen staring in the number one Australian Drama "House Husbands", one of his many hit acting roles in both film, television and theatre in his birth country.
2017 has already seen Hugh as the Ambassador for the Adelaide Fringe Festival where his band CCC played to 5 star critical acclaim for the second year consecutively! While in Australia CCC recorded its debut album which will have worldwide release in coming months.
Hugh has had the honor of performing a one man show on Time Square, he's sung for world leaders, he's belted alongside Liza Minnelli, Rebel Wilson, George Michael, He's crooned to stadiums with 72,000 people listening, he had total sell out seasons' of his one man show Newley Discovered at The Sydney Opera House... but Sheridan says his favourite spot to be is onstage in Los Angeles at Vibrato Grill Jazz singing the songs his father taught him, don't miss this cool young man from oz doing what he was born to do.