This 100% all new 2017 version of Borgata's "The Burlesque Show" is a stylish tribute to a 1940‘s era Burlesque production featuring a talented, sexy, hilarious cast of dancers, comedians, and performers, along with a multitude of sparkling rhinestone trimming and tassels from the stars of the show. This highly entertaining, fast-paced revue frames classic vaudeville blackout skits and unique variety acts with burlesque-themed dance production numbers.
Comedian and impressionist Frank Caliendo gained fame on "The Late Show with David Letterman" in addition to appearances on "The Bob & Tom Show," Opie & Anthony and Howard Stern. He joined the cast of "Mad TV" in 2002 with his uncanny impressions of John Madden, Al Pacino and Robin Williams, among others. He left in 2007 and starred in his own TBS show, "Frank TV," and his sports-world impressions, as seen on Fox NFL Sunday and on ESPN, have garnered him a host of fans as well. His knack for capturing the essence of actors, celebrities and sports figures may well have audiences doing double-takes even as he stands right in front of them.
Ray LaMontagne is an American singer-songwriter. It has been said that he decided to quit his job at a shoe factory and start a music career after hearing a Stephen Stills song on the radio. Since then he has toured internationally and released 4 studio albums. His hit song 'Trouble,' as well as many others have been featured in a variety of films and television shows.
Brit Floyd bills itself as the world's greatest Pink Floyd tribute show. The Brit Floyd phenomenon has been embraced by Pink Floyd fans worldwide. One of its concerts was the subject of a PBS special in 2013. The band boasts of its note-for-note perfection, unique Floydian animation, its state-of-the art sound and lights.
Rich Robinson, singer-songwriter-guitarist and co-founding member of The Black Crowes, leads The Magpie Salute, a new band that brings together four key members of The Crowes -- guitarist/vocalist Rich, guitarist Marc Ford, keyboardist Eddie Harsch and bassist Sven Pipien -- with members of Rich's own band.
Chris Rock first rose to national stardom when he appeared on 'Saturday Night Live' in the late '80s and early '90s. Rock released his first comedy record, 'Born Suspect,' in 1991. After leaving SNL, his popularity dipped through much of the mid-'90s until he re-emerged with the critically lauded records, 'Roll With the New' and 'Bigger & Blacker.' He won an Emmy award in 2001 for his HBO series 'The Chris Rock Show.' In 2016 he hosted the 88th Annual Academy Awards. His first tour in 9 years, "The Total Blackout Tour 2017" is a darker take on life than Rock has ever performed before, touching on his personal failings as a former husband and father..
Mariah Carey is one of the most popular singers in pop music today. She has had hits with songs like 'Vision of Love,' 'Someday,' 'One Sweet Day,' 'Heartbreaker,' 'Fantasy' and 'We Belong Together.' 'Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel,' Mariah Carey's 12th studio album, follows her multi-platinum 'E=MC²,' and her worldwide 10 million selling 'The Emancipation Of Mimi.' 'The Emancipation Of Mimi' generated three Grammy awards (including Best Contemporary R&B Album), two #1 singles, and countless more honors during its 18-month chart stay. Soundscan's biggest-selling album of 2005, Mimi featured "We Belong Together' (Grammy winner for Best Female R&B Vocal and Best R&B Song) and 'Don't Forget About Us,' Mariah's 16th and 17th #1 career singles respectively. Three years later, 'Touch My Body' became her 18th #1 Hot 100 hit, surpassing Elvis Presley's previous record of 17 #1 Hot 100 Hits. Mariah is now positioned as the only active recording artist in the 50 years of the Hot 100 (which began in 1958) with the potential to surpass the Beatles' all-time high of 20 #1 hits. The success of 'E=MC²' brought total sales of Mariah's albums, singles and videos to more than 175 million worldwide, distancing her even further from the pack as the top-selling female recording artist in history.
Steve Martin and his friend Martin Short are teaming up for a night of live comedy and music. Their show, entitled "An Evening You Will Forget For the Rest of Your Life" will include stand-up, musical numbers, film clips and conversations about their show business experiences. Short and Martin will be joined by the Steep Canyon Rangers, the bluegrass band with which Martin frequently performs.
The Gin Blossoms rocketed out of the college pop charts and into the mainstream with their 1993 hit single, "Hey Jealousy." Combining the ringing guitar hooks of the Byrds and R.E.M. with a solid, rootsy drive, the band's breakthrough full-length album was "New Miserable Experience."