The Queen of Music, Debby Holiday, is back at The Red Room with her fabulous show, ‘Queens of Rock.’ Don’t miss this exciting musical journey as Debbie thrills audiences with the music of Tina Turner, Bette Midler, David Bowie, Queen, Janis Joplin & more. See Debby’s breathtaking performance on Feb 26, 28, Mar 2, 5, 7 & 9 at 7:30 pm.
Debby has been involved in the music industry since she was a little girl. Her father, Jimmy Holiday co-wrote many hit songs including the worldwide smash “Put A Little Love In Your Heart.” Debby’s unique sound is a mixture of soul and rock. She started to write songs at the age of 13 and broke into the dance scene and the Billboard Top 10 in 2004 with her songs, “Dive” and “Half a Mile Away.”
Debby has shared the stage with legendary recording artists like John Waite and Rod Stewart, appearing on several television programs including The View, The Rosie O’Donnell Show and The David Letterman Show. During her career, Debby has toured and opened for rock superstars including Joe Walsh, Rod Stewart and Kiss.
Director, Del Shores of ‘Sordid Lives’ fame says, “Have you ever watched and heard a singer and your body literally has a physical reaction to the performance? Goosebumps? Chills? Heart racing? That’s what happens every time I hear Debby Holiday sing. Debby is a goddess, singing from her heart and from the depths of her soul. Debby LIVES her songs. It’s a religious experience, truly. And Debby is always a professional, working hard off stage before she steps into that spotlight to make each performance an event for her audience.”
Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to hear a top performer in the music biz! Act II is both honored and thrilled to have Debby Holiday return to The Red Room. For more information and tickets, go to www.actiientertainment.com
“You would be hard pressed, in New York, Chicago, Branson, Las Vegas or LA, to find a cabaret show any more entertaining than Debby Holiday. From the first belt out of her mouth to the last, it is non-stop, amazing entertainment. This Girl can SAING!” Jim Davis