Inside the Holland Center, there’s a room you may not know about. During the day, we call it the Scott Recital Hall. But every second Friday from January to June, it transforms into the Holland Music Club — where the drinks are cold, the music is hot, and the party is going strong.
Consider this your invitation.
• Shows are reserved seating with 2-top and 4-top tables (and some single seats in the gallery*).
• Seating opens 60 minutes before the show.
• You can order food and drink throughout the night.
• Dancing encouraged.
• Masks required when not eating or drinking.
*Please note: single seats in the gallery do not have table service but patrons can get food and drinks from the bar.
The Holland Music Club has top-notch acoustics and a unique atmosphere where performers and audience members connect for a more personal listening experience. Hear top-touring artists representing a variety of genres and styles including jazz, blues,
indie and more.
"The first thing I noticed right away was the
beautiful acoustics." —Dave Stryker, guitarist
“To be so close, it gives me energy to react off audience members, to see their faces.” —Maggie Vagle, vocalist
“I can actually hear somebody gasp. I can hear if there’s an impact. That’s where the excitement comes from." —Rico Sisney, emcee
Hailed "one of the best pop/jazz vocal groups in the world" by the San Francisco Chronicle, m-pact is respected worldwide as a cutting-edge trailblazer in the realm of vocal music. Emerging from an age of auto-tune and overproduction, this Los Angeles-based ensemble has cultivated a new generation of ears hungry for the fresh, raw power of nature's "first instrument" — the human voice. Experience their sound in the unique atmosphere of the Holland Music Club.
Since 1995, Enter The Haggis have led the charge among Celtic Folk Rock bands, delighting fans with their memorable performances, inspired songwriting, musical proficiency and high-quality recordings. The Toronto-based band has released eight acclaimed studio albums, the most recent debuting at #9 on the U.S. national Billboard Heatseekers charts. Their original songs such as “One Last Drink,” “Down With The Ship” and “Gasoline” have become folk rock anthems, appearing in films such as “Goon,” “10mph” and “Addicted to Plastic,” and reaching as high as #25 on U.S. radio. Experience their sound in the unique atmosphere of the Holland Music Club.
Celebrated as a pivotal new sound on the Brazilian and World Music scenes, Farofa delivers a passion-filled, electrifying performance of traditional rhythms blended with modern stylings and influences. Experience their sound in the unique atmosphere of the Holland Music Club.
Emmaline (rhymes with clementine) is a 22-year-old vocalist, violinist and songwriter possessing a smoky, jazz-infused, genre-fluid voice admirable as much for the range of traditional sounds she draws upon, as for her startling freshness—fresh, as in new and innovative as well as in attitude and sly humor. Her songs are bold in statement and soft in feel, her flow supple and precise. She prides herself in being one who has listened with deep intention to her heroes—Anita O’Day and Billie Holiday, Erykah Badu and D’Angelo—and has already learned to rise above questions of category with a healthy sense of musical identity and forethought. Experience her sound in the unique atmosphere of the Holland Music Club.
Brooklyn-based five-piece The RT's (formerly The Rad Trads) are known for their eclectic take on rock n’ roll, which mixes punk rock energy, horn drenched soul & precise musicianship with a lighthearted but sincere delivery. It’s a sound that has come sharply into focus on the band’s latest release, "See You Again." Experience their sound in the unique atmosphere of the Holland Music Club.
Fusing Calypso rhythms with jazz, funk and love songs, vocalist and trombonist Aubrey Logan’s powerhouse performance sets her apart as one of the most brilliant contemporary jazz artists. Experience her music in the unique atmosphere of the Holland Music Club.
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