I am an entertainer, multi-instrumentalist, vibraphone player, jazz piano player, singer and songwriter. I am also a multi-linguist and am able to sing in French, Spanish, Italian and English.
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Price Range: $250-$500 solo, negotiable rate for band
Gig Length: 60 - 240 minutes
Languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish
Website: Visit website
What to Expect
Quality entertainment at a reasonable price. A fun and dynamic performance!
Hubie Vine is a multi-instrumentalist, a seasoned pianist and vibraphone player, also well versed with the flute, tablas, and other hand percussions. He is a fun and versatile musician, who performs in a variety of different musical styles, including Jazz, Reggae, Pop, Rock, Indian, and others.
Hubie has worked extensively in Europe as a studio musician, songwriter, and composer and has worked with Graeme Alright, a notable rock musician and lyricist of Europe. Hubie has performed with various bands at many venues, clubs, fundraisers, private parties, and festivals in the L.A. area, including “At My Place” with Robert Freeman, the Atlas Café with Ludar and Eve of Bye-bye Brazil, and Alice’s restaurant with jazz guitarist James Clark, among others. Hubie has also performed at the Venice Art Walk, as well as at Gala Celebrations at MGM studios, and at the Skirball Cultural Center.
As a songwriter, Hubie has recorded two albums, “Lal Pani” and “Misty Tide” with the collaboration of Steve Bartek of Oingo Boingo. One of Hubie’s songs, “I Look at you”, sang by Lorie Mack, who worked with Engelbert Humperdinck and Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers (Dirty Dancing tour), entered the 2001 Unisong International Song Contest and was placed in the top ten percent of over 4,000 entries. Another of Hubie’s songs, “Dreamin,’” was an Honorable Mention Winner. Hubie has written, produced, and recorded several albums, including "Poetrix," "Carte Blanche," (a collection of French original songs), and "Elevator Queen," all available on iTunes. He will soon be releasing an album of African music, entitled "Afrodelic."
Additional Booking Notes
No special requirements, other than a reasonable stage space and good lighting. No additional equipment needed. We will provide our own sound system.
Musicians will provide equipment. We simply ask for easy access to an electrical output, a reasonable distance from the performance area.