GENERATION LAS VEGAS
Generation brings a sexy and energetic show to the stage that covers modern and classic hits from artists like Katy Perry, Adele, Madonna, The Black Eyed Peas, Outkast, Kool and The Gang, and many more.
Generation can be seen playing venues all over the Las Vegas Strip and with a songlist of over 250 popular songs, these seasoned musicians can provide a custom show for your corporate meeting, private party or wedding!
BLUE STRING THEORY
Based in Las Vegas “ Blue String Theory” is a fierce 5-piece rock band that plays a varied style of exciting classic rock style music. The emphasis is on music that everyone loves and can move to. Formed in 2012, each member of “Blue String Theory” has previously enjoyed success in former award winning bands. BST has quickly established a reputation as one of the best bands in Las Vegas. Each of the five members is a master at their craft. Their sheer Love of “live music” has bonded them into a tight unit that can deliver the high energy of a stadium rock concert. The focus is fun!!! Using their extensive mailing lists, and social media accounts, they actively promote every booking to ensure a successful evening is had by all. With this band - all five members will knock you out!
Forgotten Door is a 6-piece original band with a unique new sound tailored to those who enjoy songs they can understand and relate to.
The six members are: Johndale Stanley - Songwriter, Lead vocal, Keyboards. Lonnie Danley - Songwriter, Rhythm and Lead Guitar, Vocalist. Melody Ritz - Lead Vocal. Michael Seal - Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar, Banjo, Vocalist, Songwriter. Karl Gottmann - Bass Guitar. And Kevin Brennan - Drums.
Forgotten Door, whose members are all veteran musicians and entertainers, have created a powerful audio-visual experience complete with dramatic lighting, and background video, designed to bring out the textures and nuance of each song. Many fans and critics have compared the male-female and creative dynamics of the band to that of what Fleetwood Mac became after Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined in the mid-‘70s. When Johndale is singing lead, Lonnie, Melody and Michael do harmony vocals. When Melody is out front, Johndale, Lonnie and Michael take the harmonies.
Stanley sees his overriding task as “taking all the songs the members bring to the table and forging them into a collective Forgotten Door sound. In essence, what we are doing is drawing from our great array of classic influences and creating music that has our own unique signature on it. We’re working hard on bringing something genuine and that moves people to the contemporary musical landscape.”
Practically raised in showbiz, with his professional debut as Oliver Twist in the musical Oliver at 11, Gary is a third generation actor, singer, dancer, director, producer, songwriter, musician, writer, with a well-rounded background on Broadway, on television, in film and radio.
Gary breaks the rule of “Those who can – do. Those who can’t…Teach.” Gary does both. He built his career in NYC off Broadway in The Fantasticks and Spoon River Anthology the Musical, In national touring and stock companies: Cabaret, Singin' In The Rain, Man of La Mancha, Little Me, Brigadoon, Annie. He has produced and performed in Broadway revues all over North America and on cruise ships. In Las Vegas, he produced and starred in his one man show as well held starring roles in BadaBing!, Marriage Can Be Murder, Tony and Tina’s Wedding, and Captain Blackjack, a pirate at Treasure Island. Gary created the interactive giant floating head at the Rio’s Masquerade Show in the Sky and his specialized talents have taken him around the world performing in Ireland, Rome and Australia.
As a well trained and experienced vocalist, Gary sings Musical Theatre, Opera, Jazz, R & B, Blues and of course he can croon the standards with the best of them.
Jackie is a Filipina-Puerto Rican who was born in San Francisco, CA and raised in Las Vegas where she found her passion for singing at 5 years old. Jackie sang from then on, using her love of karaoke for practice. In high school she was a part of the school choir and the gospel choir. After auditioning, Jackie performed her high school’s graduation song “Because You Loved Me” by Celine Dion at The Orleans Hotel and Casino Arena.
Since then Jackie has performed at the Hard Rock Cafe, Downtown Las Vegas Fremont Experience Main Stage, Laughlin, gained a residency at Rendezvous Nightclub, and has performed for various lounges, restaurants, and private parties. Currently, Jackie is managed by the leading talent management and show production company TickleMe Entertainment. Stay tuned and join Jackie on this amazing journey!
Francesca Camus has been performing in song, dance and piano since the age of five. No stranger to the art of music, she started her vocal journey at 17. Known for her commanding and powerful presence onstage, she has captivated audiences with her eclectic ability to perform a wide range of repertory that encompasses Soul, R&B, Blues, Jazz, Country, Opera and Rock.
Francesca earned her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Notre Dame de Namur University in 2006, under the direction of Lee Strawn, Debra Lambert and Marcelle Dronkers. She also pursued a Master of Music in Jazz Pedagogy and Performance, studying under Marcelle Dronkers for classical training, and with Wesla Whitfield and Mike Greensill for jazz. Halfway through her masters program, she felt called to put her studies aside. She decided to push her way through auditions and pursue a performing career. After packing up her things and making the brave move to Las Vegas, Francesca was working as a singer within her first three months in her new city.
Other performance credits include "Broadway Bares 2012" (at the Peepshow CHI theater), "Leading Ladies of Music" (Ovation Lounge), and the grand opening of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas, singing backup for Jennifer Hudson. She has played the role of Joanne Jefferson in Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning musical Rent, Fairy Godmother in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, Brenda in Smokey Joe's Cafe, the Acid Queen in "The Who's Tommy," Woman No. 1 in Side by Side by Sondheim. Other musical-theater and operatic credits include Mama Noah in Children of Eden, Public Opinion in Orpheus in the Underworld, in addition to roles in Miss Saigon, "Follies in Concert," The Magic Flute and La Boheme.
Francesca is one of the Italian-opera singers who appear in the Streetmosphere shows at the The Venetian Hotel Casino Resort and its sister property, The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino. She has also performed around town with various bands and made appearances at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Caesars Palace, Tropicana Resort, Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa & Casino, Boulder Station Hotel & Casino, Fremont Street Experience and other local venues.
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MASTER HEALER TOMMY LAMA was born into harsh circumstances that would have doomed a lesser man. Tommy grew up in Brooklyn, a traditional community where people help people beat up other people. A place rich in cultures - mostly salmonella.
Tommy worked as a pest control technician while putting himself through law school until, a fateful evening he accidentally inhaled pesticide while trapped in a collapsing basement of a mini-mart. An event which changed his perspective and brain chemistry. As Tommy snapped into consciousness, he interpreted this event as a message from the universe to cleanse his Karma in order to make it into the next life. Fueled by his desire to make a difference, Tommy enlisted in the U.S.M.C summer program, where he was denied a purple heart despite nearly dying of exhaustion while still in boot camp.
Undeterred by his failure, he began a lifelong vision quest and found himself by traveling to the four corners of Google Earth. It was on this journey that he began using his powers for good. He took on the name given to him by his teacher, the great Maharaji Yamaha Suzuki Toyota, the Tommy Lama. After disseminating his message in comedy clubs, he became the back -to-back winner of the Boston and Seattle comedy competitions, appeared on the Bob and Tom Show, National Lampoon's Man Up Stand Up, and in commercials for Adidas, Monster.com and Lowe's.
The multi-dimensional Tallarino has already created, produced and starred in his own Television series on Comedy Central called The SportJerks NBA Tour. The original reality-based sports show was co-produced by Danny Devito and new NBA commissioner Adam Silver with NBA Entertainment. On top of all this, Tommy has written for numerous network television shows including... Kevin Hart’s sitcom on ABC called Big House, Jay Mohr’s sketch comedy on ESPN called Mohr Sports, and the first two seasons of the critically acclaimed animated series The Boondocks. Currently, Tommy is in development with the NBA on a new reality show, as well as having a development deal for a new web series about his life.
As a touring stand-up comic he has performed in 38 states in the USA; in Improvs, Funny Bones, and Comedy Zones. Tommy T has found that audiences, no matter where they’re from or where they live, always relate to his brand of humor and his Italian New York roots.
When Tommy is not headlining across the country or writing and producing his shows, he’s also acting. His acting credits include a recurring character on the recent HBO series Luck starring Dustin Hoffman and produced by Michael Mann, when he played Reno the floor manager at Morongo Casino. Tommy's acting credits also include a recurring character on the television classics General Hospital and Days of Our Lives.
Tom Rubin graduated from Harvard University and moved to Los Angeles to write and perform comedy while also building an entertainment law practice. Tom has performed stand-up comedy for years at venues such as The Improv, Comedy Store and Laugh Factory. His television appearances include CNN Headline News and Fox Business News, for which he provides comedic commentary.
Tom’s one-man show Yes You Can't! was inspired by his experiences in the hyper-competitive worlds of the Ivy League, corporate America and Hollywood.
ROB GARRETT AS NEIL DIAMOND
Like his iconic counterpart, Rob Garrett was born in New York City. He began learning to sing and play guitar at the age of 13. In 1974, his parents relocated to Las Vegas which still remains his home. In 1980 he formed the group "Rock 'n' Roll Heaven" and for 15 years, achieved prominence as the leader and front man of Las Vegas' premiere "oldies" and classic rock group. The band earned a large local following, performing consistently in various bars, clubs, lounges, and showroom's around Las Vegas.
In 1994, fully aware that the celebrity impersonator industry was becoming a huge business, Rob made the decision to take his career in a different direction by paying tribute to one of his all time boyhood idols (and musical influences), the legendary Neil Diamond. Rob personally auditioned for Paul Revere (founder/leader of the "Raiders") for "Legends in Concert'', which was known as the most popular celebrity impersonator production show in the world. He got the job and worked with 'Legends' and off for the next 5 years. Today, Rob Garrett has established himself as the world's most popular and requested Neil Diamond tribute artist, earning the title "King of Diamonds". He continues to set the standard in the industry by performing his tribute the iconic singer/songwriter around the country in venues usually reserved for national/name acts.
Imagine if three of the biggest icons in popular music history decided to perform a special concert for the sole purpose of saying “Thank You” to the country that has taken them from having so little and given them so much.
AMERICAN TRILOGY is a new Las Vegas based show that brings together three of the greatest and most beloved entertainers of all time – ‘FRANK SINATRA’,‘ELVIS PRESLEY’, and ‘NEIL DIAMOND’.
The show is a scripted “What If” production that will both delight and enlighten the audience as they come to realize that, during their prolific, illustrious careers, not only did these gentlemen all cross paths, but actually connected and/or collaborated with each other.The audience will see the mutual respect and admiration the three had for one another and the love and gratitude they shared for their country. They personified the American Dream, becoming three of the biggest megastars of our time.
In addition to performing solo segments backed by a live band, the show includes interaction between each of the performers before the audience gets treated to the ultimate trifecta as the stars unite for a moving, upbeat, patriotic finale.