Between The Moon and New York City

Grammy Award nominee Clint Holmes, the consummate entertainer, writer, performer, recording artist, and one of the country's finest vocalists, is back with a brand-new concert event celebrating the songs of the legendary Peter Allen. Join Clint as he unleashes his ferocious talent in the show of a lifetime. Between the Moon and New York City will traverse the songbook of Peter Allen and how it relates to not only Clint's story but to all of us. Songs in the show include hits "Don't Cry Out Loud," "I Honestly Love You," "I Go To Rio," "Arthur's Theme," "Once Before I Go,” "Everything Old Is New Again," and many more. 




Directed by award-winning director, Will Nunziata (concert director for Tony Award winner Lillias White and Platinum recording artist Jackie Evancho) and with Musical Direction and Arrangements by Michael Orland ("American Idol").

The son of an African American jazz musician and a classically trained British opera singer, Clint was raised with the best of two musical worlds.  His 40-plus year career has taken him from the top of the charts to concert halls, on TV screens, and cemented his legacy as a veritable Las Vegas institution.

His big break came in 1972 when he released “Playground In My Mind," a song that stayed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 23 weeks. In addition to hosting his own Emmy Award-winning talk/variety show, Clint was a musical feature and event correspondent for Entertainment Tonight and served as Joan Rivers’ sidekick and announcer on FOX’s The Late Show. Throughout his 40+ year career, Clint has received many accolades—most recognizably, he received the highest honor of a GRAMMY® nomination for his album, Rendezvous. Produced by eight-time Grammy Award-winner Gregg Field, the sophisticated album offers a diverse playlist that reinterprets modern day and classic pop hits, Jazz, soulful R&B, theatrical tunes, and numbers culled from the Great American Songbook.

Clint regularly performs around the United States.  New York City has become almost a second home, where he won two Broadway World Awards with Billy Stritch and Christian Tamburr for a show he co-wrote and co-starred in, Straighten Up and Fly Right… A Nat King Cole Tribute. He won the 2013 Bistro Award (NYC) for “Best Male Singer” for his performance in Stop this Train (a show which he also co-wrote) and was directed by Larry Moss.
Clint is a consummate entertainer, writer, performer, recording artist, and one of the country’s finest vocalists. Whether he is singing selections from contemporary classics or stirring original pieces, every performance is a one-of-a-kind, mesmerizing, and unforgettable experience.