Thu Mar 3 2022

8:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Catalina Bar & Grill

6725 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028

$25.00 - $35.00

All Ages

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Paramount+ "Queen of the Universe" star ADA VOX returns to Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood! The beloved star will welcome special guest JEREMIAH LLOYD HARMON (American Idol-finalist) in this intimate concert. Performing live Thurs, March 3rd at 8:30pm. 

Tickets: $25-50, Artist Circle and VIP Seating AvailableBox Office (866) 468- 3399 or www.TicketWeb.comSave $5 before Feb 14th with code: "EARLYBIRD" (*restrictions apply). 

Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 West Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Proudly presented by Chris Isaacson Presents

*Tickets purchased online receive priority seating.
*Single Entree or Drink minimums apply for all tickets

***Early Bird Tickets have a minimum purchase of (2) tickets per transaction. Includes VIP & MAIN Seating only.

Chris Isaacson Presents
ADA VOX (Queen of the Universe) & JEREMIAH LLOYD HARMON (American Idol)

  • ADA VOX

    ADA VOX

    Pop

    ADA VOX, a San Antonio drag queen who has been singing her heart out on ABC's 2018 reboot of "American Idol." As a Semifinalist and Top 8 contestant, Her appearance marks a first for the TV competition show and she was one of the standouts from the audition rounds thanks to her performance of "House of the Rising Sun." When Katy Perry asked if she was going to take this competition seriously, Ada responded, "I'm not here to play with anybody. I'm here to chase my dreams and make them come true."

    Ada Vox auditioned for American Idol back in 2013 when she was known as Adam Sanders. In one of his Season 12 performances, he got a standing ovation from three of the four judges with his rendition of Etta James's I'd Rather Go Blind. Despite this, he got eliminated after Hollywood week. After he appeared on Season 12 of American Idol, he started getting threats on social media. He revealed on this year's show right before his audition: 'People attacked my weight, my sexuality, telling me that I was horrible, that I sucked, that I don't deserve to be here, that I shouldn't be who I am. And I let it get to me in a wrong way. It killed me inside. It killed me inside almost as much as people were telling me that I should kill myself...I was contemplating lots of things that I shouldn't have.'

    Adam did not let that deter him from his dream and when he heard the show was coming back to ABC this year, he decided to audition again as his alter ego Ada Vox. He said: 'I was an OK singer then - I was. But I'm a hundred times better now than I ever was then. I'm vocally better, I'm a better performer, I'm a better entertainer, I'm more prepared as an adult now to take on the challenges that come with a competition like this.'

    Adam was born in San Antonio, Texas, and has worked at a seafood restaurant by day and drag queen by night. The 24-year-old is a University of Texas graduate and lists his influences as Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Aretha Franklin, Patti Labelle and more.

    Ada has made history and is the first Drag Queen ever to make it all the way as American Idol's 2018 Top 8 finalists!

  • Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon

    Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon

    Pop

    Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, with a voice that has charmed the country, his homespun style is reminiscent of great songwriters like Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, and Jeff Buckley.

    Harmon has been a show-stopping performer since his early days of playing shows in Lynchburg, VA. His earlier jazz-influenced trio music set the stage for what would be an impressive feat - his appearance on American Idol’s 17th season. Harmon’s smooth and passionate vocals paired with his mature writing sensibility earned him a spot amongst the top six performers of the season. He also caught the attention of some big names like Elton John, who called him after his cover of John’s “We All Fall in Love Sometimes,” and tweeted that the performance “took his breath away.” He also performed with Broadway favorite Cynthia Erivo, pop star Katy Perry, and performed his original song “Almost Heaven.”

    His debut LP album, Namesake, is a personal and curated journal of his journey over the last few years of his life. It explores themes like the uncomfortable reality of coming out to family, experiencing unrequited love, and existential questions about acceptance and friendship. With dreamy arrangements and a nostalgic folk sound, Harmon delivers poignant and emotive sets of vocal performances that tell a story of self acceptance and strength.

    Harmon recorded Namesake directly after Idol ended for him, at Big Ego studios in Long Beach California with producer Chris Schlarb (Psychic Temple). Schlarb also produced his first eponymous EP.

    Jeremiah currently resides in Baltimore, MD and performs with his band in the area, as well as across the country. His live shows are a testament to his years as a performer and songwriter, and this is only the beginning. He is certainly an artist and performer you don’t want to miss.
  • Chris Isaacson Presents

    Chris Isaacson Presents

    Music

    Chris Isaacson Presents (CIP) has created, produced, and promoted over 800 events since the company’s founding in 2004. From small clubs to major theatres, CIP has presented many of the most influential stars of this generation including Grammy, Tony, Emmy, and Academy Award-winning musicians and recording artists. 

    Highlights include producing elaborate premiere events for FX Networks series Feud: Betty & Joan and POSE, Award-winning presentations at Ford Theatres, and most recently, producing the Creative Business Awards 2021 honoring David Cooley of The Abbey at 1 Hotel – West Hollywood presented by West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the City of West Hollywood.

    For more information on upcoming CIP events including A Broadway Christmas (Dec 19) starring Eden Espinosa (Wicked), Tony & Grammy Award-winner John Lloyd Young (Jan 8 & 9) and more , go to www.ChrislsaacsonPresents.com.

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Chris Isaacson Presents

ADA VOX (Queen of the Universe) & JEREMIAH LLOYD HARMON (American Idol)

Thu Mar 3 2022 8:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood CA
ADA VOX (Queen of the Universe) & JEREMIAH LLOYD HARMON (American Idol)

$25.00 - $35.00 All Ages

Paramount+ "Queen of the Universe" star ADA VOX returns to Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood! The beloved star will welcome special guest JEREMIAH LLOYD HARMON (American Idol-finalist) in this intimate concert. Performing live Thurs, March 3rd at 8:30pm. 

Tickets: $25-50, Artist Circle and VIP Seating AvailableBox Office (866) 468- 3399 or www.TicketWeb.comSave $5 before Feb 14th with code: "EARLYBIRD" (*restrictions apply). 

Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 West Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Proudly presented by Chris Isaacson Presents

*Tickets purchased online receive priority seating.
*Single Entree or Drink minimums apply for all tickets

***Early Bird Tickets have a minimum purchase of (2) tickets per transaction. Includes VIP & MAIN Seating only.

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limit 10 per person
MAIN SEATING
- Seating with good view of Artist/Stage
Main
$35.00
BAR / HIGH TOP TABLES
- Seating with good views in Bar Area (left of stage) & Back-of-House
$25.00

Delivery Method

Will Call