I've worked in a call centre and as a nightclub waitress. I served champagne to Rihanna.
I met Kim Kardashian in a nightclub once, and she was really nice. Kanye was with her, but he didn't speak. He just looked at me.
I can play characters who sing, but I don't like singing in a nightclub or something. It's not my metier.
If you put this in the context of Detroit in '64 or '65, the economy was booming. Everybody had jobs and there was a whole nightclub culture where bands could work.
I'm not a nightclub person, but you need to have a social life sometimes.
I enjoy playing clubs. I still enjoy the closeness of the nightclub venue. However, after a certain period of time and after playing around some of the clubs in New YorkI felt that jazz should be presented in a more prestigious atmosphere.
I met my wife by breaking two of my rules: never date a girl seriously that you meet at a nightclub and never date a fan.
I think the first time I ever wore a tuxedo was when I played at the Talk Of The Town in 1967, because it was a nightclub and that was the thing to do.
I am working on my nightclub act, definitely want to do more singing.
I want to shake people up so bad, that when they leave a nightclub where I've performed, I just want them to be to pieces.
I've had some pretty awful jobs that I don't miss, like working on a nightclub door, or compiling VIP lists at 3 A.M. in the morning, but sometimes it's just got to be done.
I've had every kind of humiliation, from playing in Gala Bingo halls to doing a PA in a Glaswegian nightclub and having cans of lager thrown at me.