The pianist, composer & arranger performed at Hollywood's Catalina Jazz Club as part of his U.S. tour before heading to New York's Sony Hall on Nov. 5.
Arthur Hanlon, sporting a blue-and-white guayabera shirt, took to the Catalina Jazz Club stage in Hollywood as part of his Gringo en la Habana tour. It was a night filled with musical performances that included some of the pianist and composer's friends, from Mario Domm of the Latin pop group Camila to Jorge Gaxiola, the frontman of the regional Mexican band Voz de Mando.
Throughout the night, Hanlon charmed with the music he's written through the years such as "Paraiso" from the 2005 La Gorda Linda album. He performed with a five-piece band that included Richard Bravo on drums, Jerry Bravo on bass, Pedro Navarro on guitar and Ana Belén on vocals/flute.