Omaha, Neb. (April 18, 2017) – Join “The Voice” breakout star Chris Mann for a glittering evening featuring music from the Golden Age of Broadway, Great American Songbook and his chart-topping albums when Mann comes to the 1200 Club Live at the Holland Friday, May 5, 2017.
Tickets start at $35 for the 8:00 PM performance presented by Omaha Performing Arts. Tickets are available online at TicketOmaha.com, in person at the Ticket Omaha* Box Office inside the Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas Street, or by calling (402) 345-0606. The 1200 Club Series is sponsored by C & A Industries and Mutual of Omaha. Mann’s performance is sponsored by Fran and Rich Juro.
Chris Mann rose to fame as Christina Aguilera’s finalist on NBC’s The Voice. Since then, his debut album, Roads, hit #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers Chart. Chris has performed with the National Symphony for President Obama, at Christmas in Rockefeller Center and headlined his own symphony tour across the country. He has also performed on “Ellen,” “The Today Show,” “Conan,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Late Late Show with James Cordon,” “Christmas in Washington” and was an original member of the Dalton Academy Warblers on the hit TV show, “Glee.”
Fans adored this classically trained yet soulful crooner when he starred as The Phantom at Omaha’s Orpheum Theater last season! Witness his uncanny ability to make time-honored standards feel fresh, while performing pop music with sheer elegance.
The 1200 Club transforms the Holland Performing Arts Center’s Suzanne and Walter Scott Recital Hall into a relaxed nightclub setting where patrons can experience performances by nationally and internationally known artists in jazz, blues and comedy. While enjoying the evening’s entertainment, audience members may enjoy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails served right to their candle-lit table.
McCarthy Trenching with High Up
Saturday, May 6 2017 | 8:00 PM
Holland Performing Arts Center | Scott Recital Hall
For a decade, the duo featuring Dan McCarthy and James Maakestad has been a staple of the city’s music scene and a purveyor of songs that are quintessentially Nebraskan. The evidence is in five celebrated albums of easy acoustic melodies chronicling the likes of Dorothy Lynch and the Ogallala Aquifer.
Joining this 1200 Club performance is High Up, a new Omaha band featuring sisters Christine Fink and Orenda Fink (Azure Ray, O+S, Art in Manila). The band draws from a wide variety of influences, from Sam Cooke to Dead Kennedys, from Screaming Jay Hawkins to Velvet Underground, and blends the genres to create a frenetic live show and sound that is at once old and new.