Johnny Holiday is one of the last remaining vocalists from the era of supper clubs and ballrooms, since he first began singing on television in 1969, through when he later performed on radio, as well as in some of the most fashionable grillrooms, hotels, and night clubs of the day.
Back in the day when everyone went dancing and dressed for an evening out on the town, Johnny spent over twelve years performing at the most prestigious venues in North America, and with some of the finest society and swing bands. Some of the venues at which Johnny performed include The Fairmont in San Francisco and New Orleans, The Palmer House in Chicago, The St. Regis in New York City, The Royal York in Toronto, The Las Vegas Hilton, Harrah's Lake Tahoe, The Fountainbleau in Miami, and The Waldorf Astoria in New York City, to name a few. During his years on the bandstand, Johnny was not only a vocalist in his own rite, but also performed with or opened for some of the greatest acts in the music world, including Ella Fitzgerald, Johnnie Ray, Liberace, Tony Martin, John Gary, Sarah Vaughn, Billy Eckstine, Eddie Fisher, Margaret Whiting, Mel Torme, and many others.
Johnny Holiday is the last of the crooners, and his authentic renderings of the great songs of the 1930's and 1940's continue to fill rooms wherever he performs. Now, as Johnny continues to sing and host his own program with The Dean Mora Orchestra and The Satin Dollz Pin Up Dancers, he and his special guests take you back in time to when musical variety shows were still popular and chorus girls were everywhere!
Step back with Johnny, and enjoy a night unlike any other to be found in the Southland – or anywhere in the nation, for that matter! Johnny returned to the stage again several years ago with his own live program in Los Angeles, where he serves as host to his many musical friends.
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Watch clips from the show below:
Johnny serenades Anne Jeffreys, Toni Prima and all the ladies in the room!
Johnny is joined by the inimitable Miss Toni Prima to sing a medley!