Jul 18, 2020 | Myron's Cabaret Jazz

It Takes Two

A Tribute to the Great Songwriting Duos Starring Michelle Johnson and Jeff Neiman

 

Sat
Jul 18, 2020
8:00 PM
On Sale TBD



Ticket Prices
$25.00 — $40.00
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The creative team of Michelle Johnson and Jeff Neiman are back with "It Takes Two", their show celebrating timeless music from the great songwriting duos. The show features the music of Burt Bacharach & Hal David, George & Ira Gershwin, Alan & Marilyn Bergman. Carole King & Gerry Goffin, Paul McCartney & John Lennon and many more.

In a departure from their large productions featuring a full band and backup vocalists, this intimate, stripped down show featuring just piano and vocals will explore the music and the dynamics that come with being a team of two. Come out and enjoy an evening of music written by some of the best songwriting duos of our time, presented by two of the best creative forces in the cabaret format.

Michelle Johnson and Jeff Neiman are the creators of several best-selling shows that have delighted audiences and left people engaged and inspired. From their Carole King tribute "Tapestry Unraveled" to their popular "Salute to Singer-Songwriters" which celebrates the music of artists such as Elton John, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, Joni Mitchell and Paul McCartney, their collaborations consistently sell out. Their unique and well received productions can be seen regularly at Myron's Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center in Las Vegas, in addition to other venues.

More about Michelle Johnson: Despite her moniker as Las Vegas’ “First Lady of Jazz”, Michelle Johnson is much more than a jazz singer. Michelle has performed on Broadway and appeared, toured or recorded with legendary artists including Gladys Knight, Paul McCartney, Barbra Streisand, Sheena Easton, and Elton John. Her soaring vocals, versatile repertoire, and ability to engage an audience in a dynamic, personal, and intimate way have made her a favorite in cabarets and performing arts centers across the country. Michelle is the recipient of the National Association of Women Business Owners Woman of Distinction Award for her contributions in entertainment, and she is also the 2020 Las Vegas Black Music Awards recipient of the Lena Horne Award for Musical Excellence. See more at www.michellejohnson.com.

More about Jeffrey Neiman: Jeffrey Neiman is an international award-winning composer and keyboard artist. His orchestral compositions can be heard in motion pictures, television series and advertising campaigns. He also has written and produced CD’s for many up-and-coming artists, and has released several of his own CD’s. Jeff has served as Musical Director for Clint Holmes, Susan Anton, Michelle Johnson, and many others. He also has a CD release entitled “All I Need” that features many of Las Vegas’s greatest artists. Look for it on ITUNES, CD BABY etc. See more at www.jeffneiman.com.

Join us on this intimate evening featuring the beautiful music of some of the best songwriting duos of all time. From Gershwin to Lennon, you will leave inspired, entertained, and moved, as two of the best entertainers in cabaret present “It Takes Two – A Tribute to the Great Songwriting Duos.”




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Prices vary according to when you purchase and the popularity of the show.

  • For Broadway Las Vegas Series performances: American Sign Language (ASL) is provided on the 1st Sunday of each show run at the 7:30 pm performance.
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