Martin Nievera – Known as “The Concert King of the Philippines” returns to the Suncoast Showroom, December 10, 11 and 12, each evening at 7:30 p.m. Nievera regularly joins fellow entertainers Clint Holmes, Susan Anton and Domenick Allen as Vocal Soup—blending solo performances, duets and group numbers, and rekindling the Las Vegas tradition of entertainers coming together in an “anything can happen” atmosphere.
Martin’s upcoming show at Suncoast will sure to be another sell-out, so get your tickets now - tickets are available starting from $29.95, plus tax and convenience fees and can be purchased by calling the Box Office at 702.636.7075 or visiting www.suncoastcasino.com. Save on convenience fees by purchasing the tickets in person at Coast Casinos.
Jan Rouven – Germany’s Master Illusionist is back again this year at the First Street Stage on Fremont Street. Jan’s performances are at 8pm and 10pm and are free. Known as the ‘Man With Nine Lives’ – Jan is mystifying the Fremont crowds. He opened this past weekend and will be here until November 30. After each show, Jan comes out to meet everyone, sign autographs, and take pictures – a truly talented magician with a great personality who connects with his audiences.
Italian American Club – The Sorrento Room at the Italian American Social Club presents Throwback Thursdays: The Swanky Supper Club Experience. November 11 will Kat Ray and The Cool Cats playing 50’s, 60’s, and Big Band Tunes.November 18 will be Ken Levine’s Jump, Jive ‘n Wail playing Louis Prima charts and the best of the 90’s Retro Swing.They will be closed on November 25 for Thanksgiving and will resume their Thursday performers on December 2.
The club is on the corner of Sahara and Eastern, next to Sonic. $10 cover includes 1 free house wine, domestic beer or well drink. No minimum food orders. Reservations recommended at 702.457.3866. Go enjoy some great music and a meatball at the Italian American Social Club!
Lettermen – The Lettermen performed a week ago at Southpoint and after 50 years of singing so many songs which we all know, they are still going strong. Tony Butala who is the founding member of the group is the last of the original trio and he is still going strong. Tony is joined by Donovan Tea and Mark Preston, who have both been with the group for 26 years. The Lettermen first performed in Las Vegas in 1958 at the Desert Inn. When I Fall In Love, The Way You Look Tonight, Up, Up And Away, Put Your Head On My Shoulder – were all hits the packed Southpoint Showroom were singing.
What amazed me was what a merchandise marketing machine they have developed. Pat and her Southpoint showroom crew were like traffic cops, directing people after the show to buy merchandise (CD’s, Photos, t-shirts, golf balls, etc), get autographs, and have pictures taken with the trio. This is one very smart group who gets it! Fans want to buy stuff after a show and when you treat them with respect – sign autographs and take pictures – then you they will spend lots of money for the chance to meet you and get to say ‘Hello’. I am still amazed at the number of entertainers who I see, big names here on the strip as well, who care less about meeting their fans and also all the money they are losing by not having merchandise available after their show. Great job Lettermen – and thanks for connecting with your fans!!