Cabaret Jazz is where an urban jazz club meets an elegant cabaret in a room made for live music. A little bit of Dizzy’s, a little bit of Feinstein’s and a lot of sophistication make’s this the nightclub for grown-ups in Las Vegas, and a place where artists want to perform. This two story venue has a view of downtown, and a mezzanine balcony for a truly unique view of the stage. Jazz and cabaret come together in Las Vegas at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz. Patrons attending a performance at Cabaret Jazz can enjoy light-bites and beverages during the performance.
Storm has sung Kurt Weill at Carnegie Hall, lead Pink Martini at the Hollywood Bowl, received rave reviews on the theatrical stage, written a best-selling memoir, and created lounge-core. She is able to mesmerize rock and classical fans alike, and is equally at home in dive bar, symphony hall, and jazz club.
With Le Bonheur (French for ‘The Happiness’), Storm shares her vision of a genre-free world, collecting songs born of French chanson, jazz standard, heavy metal, smokehouse lounge, and a handful of originals. She has woven them all together into her own singular sonic tapestry to create an un-restrained and impassioned exploration of love, desire, and truth. From a heart-thumping rock-ballad rendition of Cole Porter´s classic, “I´ve Got You Under My Skin,” to a salsa/bi-lingual take on Black Sabbath´s “N.I.B.;” music fans of any genre will find a piece of themselves in Le Bonheur.
David Perrico – Pop Evolution twenty-piece band transforms popular songs from all genres to produce a one-of-a-kind sound experience. Featuring Danny Seraphine, founding member of the band Chicago, on drums, Naomi Mauro on vocals and the finest musicians in Las Vegas, Perrico and Pop Evolution continue to delight fans and critics, while generating incredible media excitement; Las Vegas Review-Journal named David Perrico – Pop Evolution an editors’ choice “Best of Las Vegas 2013” award winner. They have headlined at The Palms, SouthPoint, and Stratosphere hotels.
Award-winning vocal quartet Spectrum and their stunning sister-group Radiance perform together in their unbelievable tribute to Motown and R&B music. Returning to The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz these eight stellar vocalists sing and dance their way through one of the most influential American songbooks of all time. The look, class, style, choreography, harmonies and costuming are captured as only Spectrum and Radiance can. Internationally acclaimed, they will leave you wanting more with stirring renditions of the Temptations’, Supremes’, 4 Tops’, Marvelettes’, Vandellas’, Miracles’, Stylistics’ and Donna Summer’s classic hits.
Since the runaway success of her 1990 platinum-selling album Circle of One and the impassioned hit single “Get Here” (the Brenda Russell composition that became an unofficial anthem of the 1991 Gulf War), Oleta Adams has inspired a growing legion of fans in the U.S. and Europe with journeys of the heart via songs that draw deeply from her roots in gospel, while crossing effortlessly into the realms of soul, R&B, urban, and popular music. Her success, nurtured by worldwide tours with Tears for Fears, Phil Collins, Michael Bolton, and Luther Vandross, has been solidified by four Grammy nominations and a seemingly bottomless well of creative energy.
The acclaimed singer named Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year three times, Singer of the Year four times and awarded the Sammy Davis Jr. Foundation award, performs a spellbinding evening of holiday music that’s both live and alive.
Friday, December 5, 2014, 8:30p.m., Saturday, December 6, 2014, 8:30p.m., Sunday, December 7, 2014, 2:00p.m.