Celebrating his 64th year in the music industry, legendary singer Johnny Mathis is Columbia Records longest-signed artist. A sublime vocalist whose approach to pop music eclipses passing fads and trends, Mathis has performed songs in an incredible variety of styles and categories -- from music composed for stage and film to golden era jazz standards, contemporary pop hits, and holiday music, all of which has assured his reputation as one of the most enduring vocalists in music history.
Best-known for his supremely popular hits like "Chances Are," "It's Not For Me To Say," and "Misty", Mathis has recorded close to 80 albums, six Christmas albums, and has sold millions of records worldwide. During his extensive career he has had three songs inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, achieved 50 Hits on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Chart, and ranks as the all-time #6 album artist in the history of Billboard's pop album charts. He has received five Grammy nominations, and in 2003 he was given the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
On March 12, 2020, Mathis comes to Dayton at the Schuster Center to perform some of his greatest hits and personal favorites. Come hear why Johnny will always be the Voice Of Romance!
With Special Guest Gary Mule Deer
Gary Mule Deer’s comedy and music have set him apart as one-of-a-kind. He has performed on nearly every major concert stage in the country and made over 360 television appearances, with many on both "The Tonight Show" and "David Letterman." He was one of
six comedians, along with Jay Leno, to star on the first HBO Comedy Special, was the comedy host of "Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert" for four years on NBC, and a series regular on "Make Me Laugh." He is currently featured on the DVDs
Jeff Foxworthy’s Comedy Classics and The World’s Greatest Stand-up Comedy Collection. Gary is one of the most played comedians on Sirius
XM’s Laugh USA.
Gary appears regularly on the "Grand Ole Opry." In a career spanning over five decades, he has shared the stage with more than a hundred music legends and has performed everywhere from Royal Albert Hall to Carnegie Hall. He has been part of the Johnny Mathis
show as Special Guest since 1994 in major venues across the country.