Known as “Las Vegas’ First Lady of Jazz,” critically acclaimed vocalist Michelle Johnson offers a delightful and inspiring evening in her new show, Salute to the Great Singer-Songwriters, which pays tribute to the music of Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, Kenny Loggins, Bob Dylan, Carole King, Billy Joel, Tracey Chapman, and many more.
Michelle Johnson’s soaring vocals, versatile repertoire, and ability to engage an audience in a dynamic, personal, and intimate way have made her a favorite at The Smith Center and in cabarets and performing arts centers across the country. Michelle has performed on Broadway and appeared, toured or recorded with legendary artists including Gladys Knight, Paul McCartney, Barbra Streisand, and Elton John. In addition, she has starred in and executive produced sold-out shows in Las Vegas and other cities.
Michelle Johnson Presents “Salute to the Great Singer-Songwriters”
Backed by an incredible band led by outstanding musical director and arranger Jeffrey Neiman, this evening of great music crosses multiple genres and features hit songs we all know and love. The show also features Michelle’s original song “I’m All In,” from her upcoming album produced by Grammy winner Kamau Kenyatta (producer for Grammy winner Gregory Porter and others). There will also be an appearance by a surprise guest singer-songwriter.
Presented in the intimate setting of Myron’s Cabaret Jazz inside Las Vegas’ Smith Center, Salute to the Great Singer-Songwriters promises to be a wonderful evening featuring music by some of the best-loved singer-songwriters in American music. Michelle’s liquid voice and unique storytelling style will engage you from the first note to the last. See you there!
Salute to the Great Singer-Songwriters takes place on Friday, June 29th at 8 p.m. at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center, 361 Symphony Park Avenue in Las Vegas. Tickets are $22 – $40 plus applicable taxes and fees. To purchase tickets, call The Smith Center box office at 702.749-2000 or click here. To learn more about the show go to https://www.thesmithcenter.