Chadwick Johnson and Jonathan Karrant to Perform at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts March 8, 2018

Chadwick Johnson and Jonathan Karrant to Perform at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts March 8, 2018
Song-stylists, Chadwick Johnson and Jonathan Karrant return to Myron’s Cabaret Jazz for an evening of musical expression. These two diverse artists share a rare musical synergy on stage; from Jonathan’s unique Jazz chops to Chadwick’s soul stirring vocal stylings making for an unforgettable performance.  
Chadwick Johnson is an award-winning singer and songwriter known for his distinctive soulful approach to music. He has played for and worked with some of America’s most celebrated icons, including a command performance for President Clinton as well as legendary producer, David Foster. Nationally, he has been recognized with a Hollywood Music in Media Award for “Male Vocalist of the Year” for his original, “Song From Another Time.”

In 2016 Chadwick released his critically acclaimed single “Remember Love“, which he wrote with Kalani Queypo about the effects of Alzheimer’s from the perspective of a care-giver. His latest album, Chadwick Johnson – Live in Las Vegas, features five of his original tunes and a dozen other unique interpretations of songs that we all love. Learn more at

Jonathan Karrant is one hip jazz vocalist, born to sing and swing with style.” Jazz Corner Jonathan’s album, “On and On” hit #4 on the Billboard Jazz charts. He has received honors throughout the states including; the New York City Jazz Cabaret Honors, “Best Singer” for the Bravo California Awards and was named one of the top 12 rising jazz vocalists in New York by the NYC Jazz Record. “A voice, romantic without being cloying, warm but not forced, Jonathan carries songs with an emotional weight that reaches your soul. At the same time he can swing with the kind of jazz suave that was patented by Mel Torme.” Cabaret Scenes From classic selections of the American Songbook to bringing his own jazzy twist to contemporary songs, you’ll be thrilled by this engaging young singer. Learn more at

Tickets for this show are $25, $33 and $40 plus tax and applicable fees and are available for purchase today. Tickets can be purchased in-person at The Smith Center for Performing Arts Box Office at 361 Symphony Park Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89106, via phone at 702.749.2000 or 800.326.6868 or online at Box Office hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (closed Sundays and certain Holidays). On all performances days, the Box Office will remain open 30 minutes past the final curtain time.