The next “Las Vegas Rocks Variety Show” hosted by entertainer Tony Sacca on Friday, Nov. 8 at 2 p.m. at The Railhead at Boulder Station will have the following guests: master impressionist Rick Michel; Celebrity Magician Murray SawChuck ; Flamenco guitarist Toto Zara; and psychic Lisalee.
The show is backed by the Michael T Band and taped before a live audience.
Rick Michel has been a master impressionist for more than 50 years. He’s performed in Las Vegas since 1981 and now produces his own shows, “Sinatra Forever” and “Drinkin’ – Singin’ – Swingin’ – Salute to Frank Sinatra – Sammy Davis, Jr. – Dean Martin.” He’ll be starring in his “Salute to Frank Sinatra” on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Starbright Theatre in Summerlin.
Celebrity magician and “America’s Got Talent” semi-finalist Murray SawChuck with his signature electric blond hair is starring in his own show in the Laugh Factory’s intimate venue at the New Tropicana Saturday through Thursday at 4 p.m. through Jan. 5, 2014. His interactive show includes two signature illusions where you can see 360 degrees around the entire illusion. Murray currently guest stars on History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” as a magic expert, and hosts the live “Pawn Stars” shows in venues throughout the country. He recently completed filming five episodes of a new kids’ TV series called “The Jadagrace Show” playing a comical reoccurring role on the show as “Murray the Magician.”
Born Vincenté Zarateigui in the Basque town of Pamplona, Spain, noted Flamenco guitarist Toto Zara came from a large, musical family of four brothers and three sisters. During the 60s, the entire family performed throughout Europe and on two occasions at the villa of Pablo Picasso. During the mid-70s, the Zaras became a regular attraction in Las Vegas showrooms and cabarets. Toto Zara just returned from Europe, still performs in Las Vegas with his trio and owns prolific recording studios, Midiworks.
Lisalee is a lifelong psychic who has been in professional practice and lived in Las Vegas for more than 25 years. Her clientele includes more than 1,500 people such as celebrities and politicians. She’ll appear at Club Tequila at Fiesta Rancho on Nov. 20.
The complimentary hour-long “Las Vegas Rocks Variety Show” tapes before a live audience at the Railhead Showroom inside Boulder Station every Friday at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. and guests must be 21 years or older. Taped shows air regionally on KLBC TV Cable 2 in Laughlin, Bullhead City and Kingman, in Pahrump on KPVM and Lake Havasu on KLHU, and broadcast via the Internet at www.lasvegasrocksvarietyshow.com. An ad is seen in “What’s On” magazine.
For guaranteed seating at future shows, call 702-364-8669. Previous shows can be seen again on the Internet at http://www.vegasvarietyshow.tv/.