HB Wild rocks the house at Club 9
The Grand-Ho Tram Strip has the pleasure of introducing its new resident band, HB Wild, to Club 9. The six-person ensemble that hails from all corners of the globe is bringing world-class entertainment to Vietnam’s first fully integrated resort.
Leading HB Wild is bass player, singer, actor and producer, Henri Brown (HB). HB is cousin to the legendary Jimi Hendrix and son of Music Hall of Fame inductee Eleanor Collins.
Jamming with HB is singer Colette Neil from Scotland, guitarist Ryan Carrol also from Scotland, saxophonist Shaun Thomas from Toronto, drummer Josh Carlsen from Vancouver, and Stan Ganapolsky on the keyboard.
“HB Wild is a motley crew of talented versatile musicians who cover everything from rock to funk to pop to jazz and soul. They have performed at some of the best integrated resorts in the world—most recently in Macau. We are very excited to have them bring the Wild party to Vietnam and turn up the heat at Club 9,” said Mr. John Webb, Vice President of Hospitality at The Grand – Ho Tram Strip.
HB Wild will be playing at Club 9 weekly Tuesday through Sunday nights. Guests are encouraged to imbibe in Club 9’s libations with Hennessy XO* and Moet Champagne drink promotions.
“We are here to entertain so guests can tear up the dance floor, enjoy some champagne, and we’ll bring the funk,” said Henri Brown.
Only The Grand-Ho Tram Strip brings Las Vegas-style entertainment to Vietnam. Club 9 is an ultra-cool destination where guests can experience the nightlife essence of Las Vegas on the Ho Tram Strip. World-class DJs and live performances rock the house, while guests can dance the night away to pulsating beats or simply enjoy a special night out. Each special bottle ordered is presented in a unique and extravagant fashion, making the moments even more extraordinary.