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Recycled Percussion Hosts Grand Opening at Studio 54 at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino

Holly Madison with Recycled Percussion
Recycled Percussion
 took over Studio 54 at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on Tuesday night as drummers Justin Spencer and Ryan Vezina, guitarist Jim Magoon and DJ Todd Griffin hosted the Grand Opening of its power percussion show (Pictured above: Holly Madison with Recycled Percussion – Photo credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Recycled Percussion performing
Recycled Percussion performing

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 A spectacular red carpet outside of the famous venue kicked off the evening as the following celebrities arrived to show their support of the talented quartet: Holly Madison, Josh Strickland, Carrot Top, Laura Croft, MGM Grand’s Crazy Horse Paris cast members, Lorena Peril & the girls from FANTASY at Luxor and Dan Sperry. Everyone was all smiles as they posed for photos and chatted with dozens of nearby fans–Holly and Josh even took part in the action and tested their drumming skills on the carpet.

Holly Madison
Holly Madison

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It was a full house inside the venue as the crowd watched in awe as Recycled Percussion performed their unique, high-energy show. The audience was delighted as they were allowed to participate in the show with their own ‘instruments,’ which included pots, pans, car parts and other recycled items. Comedian Carrot Top showed his support when he was called up on the stage to demonstrate his drumming and stick handling skills.

Josh Strickland
Josh Strickland

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The founders of Junk Rock – a mixture of gritty assault on buckets, power tools and other noise-related objects – push the sound limits with a revolutionary concept and an interactive twist that Las Vegas has never before experienced. Formed in 1994 in New Hampshire at their high school talent show, the America’s Got Talent alums were a hit with viewers across the country as they finished third out of more than 100,000 contestants, becoming the first non-singing act to place in the Top Three in show history.

Carrot Top
Carrot Top

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Recycled Percussion
Recycled Percussion

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Laura Croft
Laura Croft

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MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris cast members
MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris cast members

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Dan Sperry of America's Got Talent
Dan Sperry of America's Got Talent

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Lorena Peril & the girls from FANTASY at Luxor
Lorena Peril & the girls from FANTASY at Luxor

Photo credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images.