Star of PBS TV special that broadcast 106 times in December, 2013!
"Great voice...a beautiful and talented lady!"
"Tune in to ‘Darla Z’s Christmas Round The World’ and prepare to be captivated" Colorado Public Television
"Clad in a series of lavish gowns, the crooner boasts a velvety smooth voice and technically excellent delivery..." The Oklahoman, 12/20/13
"An outstanding, extravagant holiday masterpiece."
"A fabulous singer putting on a fabulous show!"
Gray Frederickson, Academy Award
winning producer of The Godfather: Part II
Before a crowd of 10,000, Darla Zuhdi (Darla Z) began her on stage musical career in 2005 opening in concert for Willie Nelson. Since 2005, Darla Z has performed in Las Vegas, opened in concert for Wayne Newton and presently, she is the star of a network public television series called ‘Darla Z’s ‘Round The World.’
In ‘Darla Z’s Christmas ‘Round The World,’ Darla Z performs Christmas melodies, wrote many of the lyrics to the songs she performs, co-wrote the music to two original songs and wrote the screenplay. The show, produced by catBOX Entertainment, Inc. and presented by Oklahoma’s PBS station, OETA, to national distributor NETA (one of the largest in the U.S.) aired in December 106 times on public television stations from coast to coast, including prime time broadcasts in many major markets.
Darla Z's next TV special, ‘Darla Z’s Love Songs Round The World’ will also be distributed by NETA on public television stations everywhere. Music from the heart. Each song epitomizes the simple essence of love world wide and shows throughout, we love the same music.
Darla Z was named Woman of the Year in 2014 by Women of the South. Darla Z has performed successful benefit concerts for the Oklahoma History Center, Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum, Oklahoma City University and Oklahoma Prevent Blindness. In 2010, she was named Featured Vocalist by the Oklahoma Heritage Foundation. Darla Zuhdi is also the author of four published children’s books in a the Cat Detectives series for kids, aged 7 and up, including Finding Your Dream, which was recommended by The Humane Society of the U.S. She is an elected board member of the Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum.