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John Batdorf 8:30 pm

When you hear John sing, you'll know why his music and voice have touched so many for over 47 years. John has performed at Carnegie Hall at age 19, appeared on the Oscars with Adele and most recently sings wham Bam in Guardians of The Galaxy ll.

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John Batdorf 8:30 pm
John Batdorf 8:30 pm

Time & Location

Sep 24, 2018, 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Opening Bell Coffee, 1409 S Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75215, USA

About the event

John Batdorf is a singer-songwriter solo artist and one half of Las Vegas Rock and Roll Hall Of Famers folk-rock duo Batdorf & Rodney. He’s also a successful film and TV composer, session vocalist, and inspirational musician in the substance recovery community.

In his five-decade career, he’s worked with icons such as Ahmet Ertegun, David Geffen, Clive Davis, Roger Birnbaum, Adele, James Horner, Jimmie Haskell, Bill Conti, Bob Ezrin, Tom Werman, Bill Halverson, America, Rod Stewart, Dave Mason, Donna Summer, Dwight Yoakum, David Lee Roth, and Motley Crüe, plus many others. In the realm of film and TV incidental music, he’s lent his voice and compositional skills to beloved shows such as Tom and Jerry Kids, Garfield and Friends, Touched By An Angel, Promised Land, and Doctor, Doctor, and Book of Days. Most recently Wham Bam, a hit by John’s band Silver in 1976 is now part of the soundtrack to Guardians Of The Galaxy ll. With legendary Utah-based singer, composer, and filmmaker, Michael McLean, under, Batdorf & McLean, he’s launched a unique substance abuse survival platform, and released the CD Soundtrax2Recovery. Batdorf has also released new music collaboratively with his old partner Mark Rodney and James Lee Stanley. Since 2004, he’s released six solo albums on his own imprint, BATMAC MUSIC. His newly released CD, Next Stop, Willoughby is a collection of ten brand new songs completely performed, arranged, produced and mixed by John.

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