‘Las Vegas Rocks Variety Show’ at Boulder Station Features The Australian Bee Gees, Denise Clemente and Divas3 on February 7

Singer Denise Clemente
Guests on Tony Sacca’s “Las Vegas Rocks Variety Show” in The Railhead at Boulder Station Friday, Feb. 7 will include The Australian Bee Gees, songstress Denise Clemente and Divas3. The acts will be backed by the Michael T Band and taped before a live audience. 

The next taping date will be Feb. 21 and feature “Jersey Boys,” Zowie Bowie and Blonde Divas.

The Australian Bee Gees considered the world’s leading Bee Gees show is a long-running mainstay at the Excalibur. The group’s unbelievable resemblance and sound of the legendary brothers group has garnered international kudos.

Denise Clemente has been singing at virtually every major Las Vegas casino since she arrived in the 1970s. She’s appeared on network television shows and opened for many industry legends such as Liberace, Bill Cosby, Don Rickles, Buddy Hackett and David Brenner. Clemente also created a vocal school for Las Vegas children as well as a talent showcase that she hosted called Rising Stars.

Divas3 is a vocal group of three female singers with Bill Fayne as musical director and arranger. The ladies sing hits of the greatest divas from the 1960s through the 1990s. Individual members of the group have appeared on NBC’s “The Voice” and “The Winner Is.”

A special guest will be Jason Chan, representative from CenturyLink Communications – provider of Prism TV.

The complimentary hour-long “Las Vegas Rocks Variety Show” tapes before a live audience at the Railhead Showroom inside Boulder Station on arranged Fridays at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. and guests must be 21 years or older.  Taped shows air: locally on Channel 3 NBC, Cozi TV 3.2, Cox Cable 123, CW Cox Cable 6, PRISM Channel 20; regionally on KLBC TV Cable 2 in Laughlin, Bullhead City and Kingman, in Pahrump on KPVM and Lake Havasu on KLHU; nationally on Retro TV Network, and via the Internet at www.lasvegasrocksvarietyshow.com. Shows can be heard on the Internet at www.radioactivebroadcasting.com.