Human Nature enters the holidays having performed a PBS special and appeared on the “Today” show and “The Chew.” At home in Vegas, they continue to evolve their “Jukebox” show at the Sands Showroom at The Venetian, with an acoustic “Jukejoint” set and a some holiday numbers. We catch up with Andrew and Mike Tierney, Phil Burton and Toby Allen as they recount their 28-year career together, including their run that started in Las Vegas at Imperial Palace in 2009.
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Kats! on the Radio is an entertainment radio show hosted by John Katsilometes, senior editor and columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal that airs on Wednesdays at 8:00pm on KUNV 91.5 The Source. Each week Kats interviews Las Vegas celebrities, performers and executives, and sheds a little light on the always changing and ever exciting entertainment capital of the world.
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Melody Sweets spent 6 1/2 years as the Green Fairy in “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace. She left the show in October to pursue a solo career. Forging a name for herself on the Strip, Sweets’ latest production is “The Sweets’ Spot: Holiday Spectacular” at 10 p.m. Dec. 19 at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center. The show features Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns, past members of “Jubilee” and the great vocalist Jassen Allen.
Jerry Lopez and Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns are returning to weekly shows at the Copa Room at the Bootlegger Bistro beginning 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4. Santa Fe has not performed a weekly residency since the end of June, and is booked Dec. 11, Dec. 18 and Jan. 1. The long-running Las Vegas band has performed in myriad Vegas venues — including the Mint hotel, Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace, Tropicana and the Palms — since 1976.
David Williamson portrays Willy Whipsnade in “Circus 1903” at Paris Las Vegas. Is his character a ringmaster, or ringleader? Learn that, and what it’s like to perform on a cruise ship for Disney, from a master magician and … ringmaster or ringleader.
Comic actor Tom Green is known for his films “Freddy Got Fingered” and “Road Trip,” and Internet talk show “Tom Green’s House Tonight,” which led to a series of interactive shows on the web and iTunes. But Green’s favorite forum is stand-up, and he’s now headlining The Back Room at Bally’s in “The Tom Green Show,” performing Mondays through Wednesdays at 10 p.m., and Sundays at 8 p.m. and midnight. He talks of working for Donald Trump on “Celebrity Apprentice” and turning his battle with testicular cancer into comic fodder.