Clint Holmes, best known for his silky vocal stylings, has also honed his many other talents, which include dancing and a warm comedic touch. Holmes comes by his tremendous talent naturally. His father is an African-American jazz musician and his mother is a classically trained opera singer from Great Britain. Clint admits it was the best of two musical worlds. “My mom taught me how to sing correctly, and my dad taught me how to enjoy it.” Casual elegance describes Clint’s presence on stage. Clint’s musical selections range from contemporary to classic, with jazz and opera thrown into the mix. In addition, he has an energy and passion for life and performing that are infectuous. He exudes pure joy when he sings. Having spent more than 20 years performing, Holmes has served as Joan Rivers’ sidekick and announcer on “The Late Show”, as the musical feature and event correspondent for “Entertainment Tonight”, and as the host of his own Emmy award-winning talk/variety show. Holmes freely admits, though, that he loves nothing more than performing before a live audience. In 2006, his PBS special of his Las Vegas act was aired nationwide. Since moving to Las Vegas, Clint has quickly become a favorite in the Las Vegas community as well as a major star in the entertainment arena. He was selected as “Best Kept Secret” by Las Vegas Life Magazine, and “Best Singer” (two years in a row), “Best All-Around Las Vegas Performer” and “Favorite Male Las Vegan” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. In 2012, Mr. Holmes was honored to assume the mantle of Artist-In-Residence at Cabaret Jazz in the newly opened Smith Center For the Performing Arts, a world-class performing arts center that rivals any such venue anywhere in the world. Mr. Holmes performs a new show there each month to sell-out crowds.