Where do three singers go next after they've all sung in Las Vegas' longest-running musical, 'Phantom of the Opera'? The answer for three of them is to sing as The Phat Pack. Although the name alludes to Sinatra, Martin, Davis and the rest, these cats are a different breed.
What happens when you take one German guitarist, and add four singers from around the world? You've got Vox Indigo, the singing group that gives cover songs an international twist. We talk to them about their Belgium, Norwegian, and Newfoundland roots, and hear them sing everything from Dolly Parton's "Jolene" to Britney Spears' "Toxic.
They swap instruments, they swap jokes, and they always, always have a good time. The Good Lovelies are a Canadian folk trio known for their three-part harmonies, chiming in with their banjo, keyboard, and mandolin.
He sang on Star Search when he was just 11 years old, wrote songs for Grammy winners and eventually became a Vegas performing staple at the Palms. Now, singer Frankie Moreno headlines at the Stratosphere, and sees his face on billboards all around town.
How better to celebrate Frank Sinatra than with one of the men who knew him best? The LV Phil celebrates the swinging tunes of Ol' Blue Eyes with his longtime musical director, Vincent Falcone. We catch up with Vinnie on his years with Sinatra, and with singing impressionist Bob Anderson on what it takes to replicate an icon.
Brenda Russell's songs are threaded all through Hollywood's films and some of music's greatest voices. She's written music for "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" and "The Color Purple," and worked with Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Joni Mitchell, and Sting.
The Wynn's new tribute to Frank Sinatra features some of the Rat Packer's best tunes, from "Stardust" to "Luck Be A Lady." But it also features a live band - with members who used to play with Ole' Blue Eyes himself.