Jesse McCartney

Jesse McCartney

Whitney Woerz

Tuesday, January 15

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$30 - $149

This event is all ages

Absolutely no refunds - no exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to chance. Valid government-issued photo ID required. Tickets available at the door (if not sold out). No re-entry.

Jesse McCartney
Jesse McCartney
Singer-songwriter Jesse McCartney has had the kind of career that most young artists dream for themselves. Ask the New York-born artist to recall some of the highlights and he’ll tell you about meeting two U.S. presidents (Barack Obama and George W. Bush), playing to thousands of devoted fans in Tokyo (where he watched the non-English-speaking audience sing along to every word), and meeting his musical heroes Stevie Wonder and Craig David.

All that was done before the release of his 2018 single "Better With You," his first new music since his well-received 2014 album In Technicolor. It premiered on PAPER Magazine then climbed Spotify's US and Global viral charts. The press and performance swiftly came afterwards from Z100 with Elvis Duran, Paste Magazine, MTV, SiriusXM, Billboard, Huffington Post, and V Magazine. The success thus far has helped McCartney reconnect with a feeling that he hadn't had before with his music: the freedom to write as he wishes, everything from his perspective.

The turning point from boy band pop star to serious working artist began when McCartney co-wrote the Grammy Award-winning single “Bleeding Love” with Ryan Tedder, performed by Leona Lewis. An international mega-hit, “Bleeding Love” won a Grammy Award for “Record of the Year,” reached No. 1 in 35 countries. and became the best-selling single of 2008 worldwide.

McCartney’s next single "Wasted" reveals more of thoughtful yet self-deprecating side of him that often lay dormant in his earlier, "cleaner" years. The most exciting part is that his fans are coming along for the ride. “It's nice to be able to talk about things that the fans are also going through,” he says. “I think they feel connected to me because we did basically grow up together. When I was 16, they were in high school with braces on just like me, and now here we are; they’re playing my song at their wedding.”
Whitney Woerz
Whitney Woerz
Whitney Woerz is a 17 year old American singer/songwriter who has made a mark with her talent across radio and online platforms, engaging fans worldwide with a soulful richness and depth that belies her age.

Her recent single “Idea of Her” has been rotating on various Sirius XM channels and terrestrial stations while garnering her over 20MM on YouTube since launching seven months ago. This fall, she joined Brooklyn and Baily’s Digi-Tour as an opening act for the Streamy Award winning duo and social media stars.

Whitney’s gifts come in the form of storytelling to her audiences in an organic way, focusing on the highs and lows of life and the challenges of friendship, love and emotions. Her last single and video “Ghost Story,” was an homage to teens struggling with balance and mental health. The video, directed by Academy Award nominated Liz Garbus, has seen more than 18MM and launched Whitney’s impactful social media presence with her music and musings.

Whitney has appeared on numerous television shows and events supporting her music, including a segment on the nationally syndicated day-time talk show The Doctors bringing attention to her alliance with Glenn Close’s charity, Bring Change 2 Mind - a charity that strengthens mental health awareness and showcases Whitney’s song “Ghost Story”. She held a spot on NBC’s ‍Today Show with an appearance on Elvis Duran’s segment “Artist of the Month” where she performed another of her hits “6 Second Love,” and has performed live on the 2015 American Music Awards red carpet.

Whitney resides in New York City and is a student at LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts.