Earl Turner has performed consistently high-energy shows since arriving in Las Vegas nearly 30 years ago. He realls listening to the latest hits on an AM transistor radio when he was a kid growing up in a small town in Missouri, and his entry into Southern Nevada — at Colorado Belle in Laughlin. Turner brings his personal journey, aptly titled “The Journey,” to South Point Showroom on Feb. 17-19.
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“Shark Tank” and “America’s Got Talent” performers Jarret & Raja are opening a rare concept in today’s Las Vegas: A dinner show. The duo are pairing their performance at the newly renovated Jarrett & Raja Showroom at Hooters with a dinner from the hotel’s Hooters restaurant.
Graham Fenton and Nicole Kaplan have tasted success and reality in Las Vegas as members of two prominent productions on the Strip. He was in the closing cast of “Jersey Boys” in September, and she was a principal singer in “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers” until that show’s run ended New Year’s Eve. What’s next for the singing duo, and what was it like for Nicole to perform in an event just before the inauguration in Washington?
Jennifer Romas is the creator, director, costume designer, star of and force behind “Sexxy” at Westgate Las Vegas. The show turned 2 years old this week and plans a more formal celebration soon. With backing from her parents and family-like cast, Romas created the show to catch the CES crowd and it has become a hit at Westgate Cabaret.
Murray Sawchuck has marked his second anniversary at Planet Hollywood, in the newly named Crazy Girls Theatre. He talks of his long run in Las Vegas, his success on You Tube and how he initially embraced the nickname “Celebrity Magician.”