My Blue Heaven

My Blue Heaven front cover

  1. I Walk a Little Faster
  2. Wouldn’t It Be Loverly
  3. Feel Like Makin’ Love
  4. Lets Go Live In a Lighthouse
  5. Cycling Along With You
  6. Inside a Silent Tear
  7. My Blue Heaven/ A O Zora
  8. You Turned the Tables On Me
  9. Fly Me To The Moon
  10. You Wanna Bet
  11. The Brooklyn Bridge
  12. The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress

Daryl Sherman piano and vocals

Harvie S bass on tracks 2 and 10

 

November 2015   Toshiro Kobari, Nihon Keizai Shibun (Japan Financial Times)

Daryl Sherman, who is very active in New York and other cities seems to have become a regular performer at Tableaux Lounge in Daikanyama, Tokyo. She has come to Japan to sing and play there for three consecutive years. Every time she appears, quite a few vocal fans, singers (and pianists) often visit the place to hear her. Her performance is well worth seeing and listening to, as a saloon singer, in addition to jazz vocals. In this new album, she shows outstanding talent, controlling her singing voice as well as paying a careful attention to every detail of the song. Furthermore, her ability of expression is superb. There is no such type of singer like her in Japan lately. I would say this exquisite and accomplished singer-pianist with stylish repertoire is a most suitable entertainer. There are many skills in her performing which could be good model for singers in our country. Enjoy the true meaning of “sophistication” from this CD!

My Blue Heaven CD cover


Upcoming Events

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Wednesday, September 26

Time: 8 and 10pm

Daryl with Houston Person and Jay Leonhart
Kitano Hotel
66 Park Ave, NYC
212- 885-7119

92Y LUNCHTIME LECTURES
Songs and stories with HARVEY GRANAT on DUKE ELLINGTON with DAVID LAHM and special guests MERCEDES ELLINGTON and DARYL SHERMAN

Sunday, October 7

Time: 6:00 to 8:30pm

Daryl with James Chirillo and Boots Maleson
Shanghai Jazz
24 Main Street
Madison, NJ

SPECIAL DUO APPEARANCE!
Daryl with Mike Renzi on piano
THE BEACH CAFE CABARET

NJPAC (NJ Performing Arts Center)
Newark, NJ
“Look For The Silver Lining Tribute to Jerome Kern”
Daryl with Boots Maleson, bass