Filipino-American recording artist and cultural trailblazer Charmaine Clamor will appear live at Anthology this Sunday evening, June 10 in San Diego. Having recently returned from a visit to Paris and South Africa, it’s exciting that she’s back performing in Southern California.
Charmaine’s voice has been described as an “amalgam of Nancy Wilson and Lena Horne, a sumptuously elegant blend of silk and satin, trimmed with gutsy self-possession.” On her latest CD, “Something Good,” she uses her lush voice to deliver a songs with emotion, and often a naughty delivery. A perfect example is her steamy rendition of Geoffrey Leigh Tozer’s risqué tune “Sweet Spot,” which is getting well deserved praise and radio airplay.
Charmaine has been a special guest on the syndicated broadcast radio show, “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight” and joined Carolyn for an After Hours interview in which she discussed receiving an invitation to perform at a private function at the Presidential Palace in the Philippines and singing a duet with President Aquino.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Charmaine Clamor perform live on Sunday, June 10, at 7 PM at Anthology, located at at 1337 India Street, San Diego, CA 92101. For more information, call (619) 595-0300.