One of the pioneers of the Long Island comedy scene, Richie Minervini has gone on to become one of America's most esteemed headliners. With his rapid fire style and hilarious insights into all aspects of our existence, Richie is one act who's sure to leave any crowd convulsing with laughter.
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.
Joey Diaz discovered his calling in prison in Colorado. Be warned: His standup performances are worthy of an R rating. Diaz has appeared as a on "General Hospital," "The Mentalist" and Comedy Central and in movies.
Colorado's OneRepublic has drawn mainstream attention since the release of its hit single, "Apologize," featured on Timbaland's "Shock Value," as well as on their own album, "Dreaming Out Loud." Their third studio album, titled, "Native," debuted at #4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in late March 2013 and includes the hit single "Counting Stars."
A guitar virtuoso, a singer and a songwriter, Joe Bonamassa is a former lead guitarist for Bloodline. B.B. King discovered him and had him play onstage with him at the tender age of 12. He has a following among both rock and blues fans.
New Jersey native Jim Norton is best known for his unique point of view and outspoken humor. As a comedian, he has toured the country performing in front of sold out crowds. He is a New York Times best-selling author, radio personality and television host. Each day Jim is listened to by millions of devoted fans on the Opie and Anthony Radio Show for Sirius/XM Radio.
Howard Jones was one of the most recognizable figures of mid-'80s synth-pop. His music helped him rack up a string of hits in the mid-and late '80s like 'Things Can Only Get Better,' 'No One is to Blame' and 'Everlasting Love.'
Led by Frankie Valli's distinctive falsetto vocals, the Four Seasons are one of the best-selling vocal groups of all time, featuring such chart-topping hits as "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Walk Like a Man," "Let's Hang On" and more. Due in part to the popularity of the Tony-winning musical, "Jersey Boys," which chronicles their rise to fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are just as busy as ever.
Rock legends REO Speedwagon and Styx, along with Don Felder, formerly of the Eagles, join forces for the "United We Rock" U.S. summer tour. Midwest rock heroes REO Speedwagon and Styx have a rich touring and recording history together. In 2000, the bands recorded a live album and DVD called Arch Allies: Live at Riverport at Riverport Amphitheatre in Missouri. In 2009, the bands embarked on the "Can't Stop Rockin'" Tour and marked the occasion with a single, "Can't Stop Rockin'," co-written by Styx's Tommy Shaw and REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin. 2012 and 2013, REO Speedwagon and Styx hit the road together with the wildly successful "The Midwest Rock 'n Roll Express" tour. For more information and VIP packages, see REOSpeedwagon.com, DonFelder.com and StyxWorld.com.
The Tenderloins are the creators, executive producers, writers and stars of truTV's hit show, "Impractical Jokers." They are currently touring nationwide, presenting a mix of stand-up, never-before-seen hidden camera videos, stories and insight into the making of "Impractical Jokers."
Politically charged comedian Bill Maher, maker of New Rules, host of HBO's "Real Time With Bill Maher" and onetime host of the award-winning ABC show "Politically Incorrect," presents an evening of conversation with his controversial and entertaining wit and humor.
Tony Orlando, a nearly six-decade veteran of the music business as a singer, songwriter and producer, is best known for his '70s hits with the female duo Dawn, including "Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Ole Oak Tree," "Knock Three Times" and "Candida."
Carlos Santana is a Mexican and American musician who first became famous in the late 1960s and early 1970s with his band, Santana, which pioneered a fusion of rock and Latin American music. The band's sound featured his melodic, blues-based guitar lines set against Latin and African rhythms featuring percussion instruments such as timbales and congas not generally heard in rock music. Santana continued to work in these forms over the following decades. He experienced a resurgence of popularity and critical acclaim in the late 1990s. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine listed Santana at number 20 on their list of the '100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.' He has won 10 Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards.
Jerry Seinfeld has made the complete circle back to his performing roots. In 1989 he became a household name when he co-created 'Seinfeld' with Larry David and was on the air for nine years. The last episode aired to an audience of over 75 million viewers. Now, he is back performing stand-up, giving his fans new material...as well as satisfying returns to some of his classic routines.
Jamey Johnson is a country singer who's co-written singles for the likes of Trace Adkins, George Strait and Jessie James. He released his own debut album, 'The Dollar,' in 2006, and his second album, 'That Lonesome Song,' went gold.
Gabriel Iglesias is one of America's most successful stand-up comedians, performing to sold-out concerts worldwide. Wrapping up his current #FluffyBreaksEven World Tour, he sold out Madison Square Garden and The Microsoft Theater. Iglesias co-starred in both "Magic Mike" films and starred in the standup comedy concert film "The Fluffy Movie." Iglesias' comedy specials have sold over 2 million DVD copies, and he released his sixth one-hour comedy special, "I'm Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry," on Netflix at the end of 2016. His TV show "Fluffy Breaks Even" launches its third season on Fuse TV in early 2017.
After the Police originally disbanded in 1984, Sting has gone on to have a spectacular solo career with albums including "The Dream of the Blue Turtles," "Ten Summoner's Tales," "Brand New Day" and more. Sting's highly anticipated rock/pop album "57th & 9th" and the tour features a 3-piece band including his longtime guitarist, Dominic Miller, plus Josh Freese (drums) and Rufus Miller (guitar). Special guests include singer/songwriter Joe Sumner as well as San Antonio-based Tex Mex band, The Last Bandoleros.
Be prepared to hit the dance floor when the hot swing ensemble Big Bad Voodoo Daddy comes to town. This band was featured in the hit movie 'Swingers.' Although their songs sound like they were lifted right out of the Zoot-suited '40s, the band writes all its own material, taking swing into a raw and modern direction.
From filling clubs across the nation to being seen weekly as a regular guest on "Chelsea Lately," Jo Koy has come a long way from his modest start performing at a Las Vegas coffee house. His infectiously explosive energy on stage, insightful jokes and family inspired humor cross all boundaries and led Daily Variety to name him one of the "10 Comics to Watch".