I went to the Burnsley Hotel towards the end of January 2010. I heard they have live jazz music on the weekends so my spouse and I decided to make an "evening of it". That place is like a little hidden treasure sunken inside of the city. The food wasn't what we'd call 5 star but it was very good and reasonably priced. The waitstaff was friendly, effiicient and offered excellent service. HOWEVER, it got even better when the pianist, Holly Holverson (or Halverson?) bustled in and proceeded to play just about everything from Mozart, Fats Waller, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock right on through modern pop and r & b sensations like Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Nora Jones and everything else in between. I played the trumpet professionally many years ago. I played less often when it came time to earn enough money to support my family took precedence. I have a decent ear for music and I've heard some of the best. What blows my mind about this lady is that she played music which spanned over two centuries time, from several continents around the globe and she was strong in every aspect. Not many folks are that versatile and convincing in terms of the the types of music they play. Some play one style exclusively, others play a 2 or 3 styles really well, and are proffient or "passable" in most other areas. A good number are the "jack of all trade" types who "dabble" in this and that, which is about the extent of it. In addition, she was quite the character in terms of personality. I've check the Burnsley's entertainment schedule yet I never see her on the calendar. Hopefully, she'll be back or we'll run into her somewhere else.