Craig Heesch
CRAIG HEESCH, TV Co-host and recording artist, is one of the exceptional voices and performers of our time and one of the last crooners of our time.

KNRY Jazz authority Johnny Adams wrote, "Not since David Allen, Frank Sinatra, or Buddy Greco have I been so impressed with a vocalist.”

His first two single releases on Overland Records, “The Girl With the Golden Hair” and ”Don’t Go Away”, composed and performed by Craig, were featured in Jayne Mansfield's final movie "Single Room, Furnished."

Jim Pike, founder and lead singer of The Letterman, himself holder of nine gold albums and five Grammy nominations, co-produced Craig’s new album and said of him, "Seldom does a voice like Craig’s come along.”

After Craig signed with "American Jazz Records he was encouraged by the great Mel Torme to record his American standards album,"From Out of the Wings".

The album became a contender for 4 Grammy nominations and continues to thrill listeners.

Craig has delighted national and international audiences. He was invited to South Korea as a featured guest artist with the Seoul Pops Orchestra.

He headlined at LA’s premier Jazz Supper Club, Sterling’s Upstairs (at Vitello's), and has performed successfully both in large concert venues and intimate settings including New York's famous Lincoln Center.

Craig has also excelled in a second successful career as a Certified Masters Level Golf Professional. For many years, he has coached professionals on the PGA, LPGA, and Senior PGA tours.

As co-host and co-producer of the national television show ”The ClubHouse”, he performed dual roles as vocalist and golf instructor, coaching quest celebrities and well known sports figures.