The Kit McClure Band has been in existence since 1982, providing great music for audiences and performance opportunities for hundreds of women over the years. After the band's 1982 debut at the Ritz, the band quickly became a popular fixture in the New York nightclub scene, and also had the privilege of touring with the great Cab Calloway. Soon the band was noticed by the recording industry and was put on the payroll of Island Records to work with rock star Robert Palmer. This show toured two years later, playing soldout houses at Radio City Music Hall, Garden State Arts Center and many other venues across the Northeast. Eight tours of Japan quickly ensued, with time out to produce the CD 'Some Like It Hot' on Redhot Records. The band's second CD release, 'Burning', also on Redhot Records, was produced a few years later by jazz legend Teo Macero. The band has toured Europe, and the USA numerous times in support of these recordings.