Earl Turner’s history on the Strip dates to the days of the Dunes, while Clint Holmes has been a regular headliner in the city for nearly 20 years. Turner is back at South Point Showroom on Aug. 18-19, with a show titled, “Earl Turner: The Journey Continued,” a musical trek through his wide-ranging career. Holmes, headlining at the Golden Nugget, is the guest star and also announces his four upcoming dates at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center.
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Anne Martinez and April Leopardi are two central performers in “Alice” at Rocks Lounge at Red Rock Resort. The show is a steampunk-inspired adaptation of Lewis Carrol’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” set to contemporary rock music. The fantasy incorporates original arrangements of familiar hits performed by Martinez and co-vocalist Ashley Fuller and a dance team featuring Leopardi onstage and, at times, in the air. The show plays the second Monday each month at Red Rock through the end of the year.
The Moonshiners are a Las Vegas band that plays “Prohibition Pop,” blending contemporary songs with a 1920s-era flair. The act is performing Aug. 2 at The Space, and band members Jon Celentano and Trey Ordaz recount the band’s history and some of its more noteworthy gigs (be prepared for an extended convo about Mario Lopez).
Amy Saunders of the new “Miss Behave Game Show” is an accomplished sword swallower, but her greatest risk is hosting the wild audience-participation show at Back Room at Bally’s. Bring your smart phones and be ready to shed your inhibitions.
After a long hunt for a suitable Vegas venue for his male revue “Men of the Strip,” Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees and his production partner Daniel Kouretas of Kouretas Entertainment of Las Vegas are taking over Hard Rock Cafe for six shows this month. And be ready for a new holiday album from Timmons’ iconic boy band.