C. Huff

C. Huff

Often known as "Mr. Music," C. Huff has been on the music scene most of his life. His style draws heavily upon R&B and gospel, along with blues, jazz and Latin. His musical influences include Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers, Duke Ellington, Aretha Franklin, O'Brian, Usher, Dana "The Queen" Owens, Nat and Natalie Cole, and even TLC.

Huff can take any song and turn it into his own unique creation that you won't hear anywhere else. Originality and creativity form the cornerstone of his music. His musicianship and outstanding vocal quality have landed him on the same stage with such major acts as: Major Harris, Spur of the Moment, George Duke, The Manhattan Transfer band, Keith Sweat, Jody Watley, and most recently at the Las Vegas Palazzo Hotel's Zebra Lounge as the opening act for the David Sanborn band.

He has performed in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Japan, Europe and China. C. Huff has a solid track record overseas as a top performer in various four and five star hotels such as the Shangri-Las, The Marco Polo Hotels, The Regal East Asia International Hotels and Hilton Hotels Asia/Pacific. He has also been showcased in international clubs including Jamz and The Mandarin Jazz Lounge in Indonesia, Con-Fussion in Hong Kong, The Cotton Club, The Loft and The Big Easy all in China.

His shows cater to various types of audiences. Says Huff, "If you want to lay back and chill, cool…let's chill!  If you wish to get on the dance floor and drop it like it's hot? Cool….let's do it."

A Washington, D.C. native, he studied under many talented and prestigious professors at the University of the District of Columbia. He is still widely respected as a performer in the D.C. region.