Bellingham jazz singer performs at Conway Muse

Bellingham’s Cheryl Hodge, winner for the 2013 Best Jazz Song in the Hollywood Music in Media Awards and a contender for the 2015 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album, performs with her son, bass player Dylan Hodge, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at Conway Muse, 18444 Spruce St., in Conway.

Hodge’s most recent CD is “One Day When I Wasn’t Looking,” with guitarist John Stowell and a host of West Coast greats.

Currently, with a new jazz single, “Tree People,” released from her 2014 CD, and with recent hits from her previous blues CD, “Roots Don’t Lie”, this jazz, blues and R&B celeb is one busy woman.

Hollywood critic Jim DeCicco of the Hollywood Music In Media Awards called her blues recording “A masterfully produced contemporary (Chicago) jazz-blues release that is fresh and vivid. World class performances and arrangements – a must for any true music lover’s collection.”

Cover is $7. Details: 360-445-3000, conwaymuse.com.

More about her at cherylhodge.com.