Kats! on the Radio

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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The Kats Report (April 15, 2016) — Clint Holmes

Jake Wagner : April 15, 2016 12:00 am : Kats!

Clint Holmes reunites with Santa Fe. The resident headliner at Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center recalls his days at Harrah’s, from 2000-2006. His backing band in those days was Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns, and he reunites with Jerry Lopez and “the guys” on Saturday night at M Resort.

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The Kats Report (April 1, 2016): Ross Mollison

Dave Nourse : April 1, 2016 12:00 am : Kats!

Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollison discusses the touring version of “Absinthe” with Kats.

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The Kats Report (March 25, 2016): Rita Rudner

Dave Nourse : March 25, 2016 12:00 am : Kats!

Comedian Rita Rudner, who performs starting in April at Red Rock Resort, stops by to chat with Kats about her history in Las Vegas, which dates to Riviera and includes a famous run at New York-New York (where the rumblings of the Manhattan Express roller-coaster needed to be muted so she could perform uninterrupted).

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The Kats Report (March 18, 2016): Larry Blackmon from Cameo

Dave Nourse : March 21, 2016 11:07 am : Kats!

On this week’s Kats Report, Larry Blackmon, frontman for Cameo, stops by to talk about his group’s 40th anniversary, their show at Westgate Cabaret and that famous/infamous red codpiece.

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The Kats Report (Feb. 26, 2016): Scinta City

Dave Nourse : March 7, 2016 3:10 pm : Kats!

On this week’s Kats Report, John Katsilometes sits down the family act the Scintas family. Their latest home is downtown at the Plaza Showroom, and the leader of the show, Frankie Scinta, talks of the upgrades to the act and the venue — and also how he got his start as a child on “The Ted Mack Amateur Hour.”

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