“A vocalist blessed with a nearly flawless voice”
– Las Vegas Sun
Singer and songwriter Chadwick Johnson returns to Myron’s Cabaret Jazz to celebrate the release of his new record, 'Stormy Love.'
Known for his pristine voice and genuine style, Chadwick effortlessly fuses together elements of pop, soul, and jazz while approaching his songwriting as a storyteller, creating soul-stirring compositions that unearth the complexities of the human experience. His re-imagined versions of classic songs compel audiences to comment on Chadwick’s poignant phrasing and connection to a lyric, allowing them to experience a familiar song in a new and exciting way. His ability to explore vulnerabilities and nuances in every song is paramount to his performances.
'Stormy Love'features six of Chadwick's original compositions along with six other unique interpretations of timeless standards including Michel Legrand's beloved 'What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life' and Oscar Levant’s 'Blame It On My Youth.' The record features Grammy Award winning guitarist Andrew Synowiec, and renowned jazz musicians Josh Nelson, Dave Robaire, and Dan Schnelle.
Chadwick was recognized in 2015 with the Hollywood Music in Media Award for “Male Vocalist of the Year.”
In 2016 Chadwick released his critically acclaimed single ‘Remember Love,’ co-written with Hollywood actor/songwriter Kalani Queypo, about the haunting effects of Alzheimer's from the perspective of a loved one. Proceeds from this song are donated to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
Approx. 80 to 90 minutes with no intermission
Subject to change at artist’s discretion.
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