Williams & Ree | The Indian and the White Guy
Sunday, September 23, 2018
Show: 2:00 p.m.
Williams and Ree, the self-professed “Indian and White Guy,” have been entertaining audiences around the world with their unique and irreverent comedy/musical style for over three decades.
Bruce Williams and Terry Ree have established themselves as proven headliners at fairs, festivals, arenas, and casino venues. They continuously refresh and reinvent themselves show after show by incorporating topical and observational humor “dripped from the headlines.”
Williams and Ree have the added “wow” factor of being terrifically talented musicians and singers as well.
Numerous television, radio, and commercial appearances have cemented their relationship with their fan base, promoters, and marketing directors.
The sheer longevity of this dynamic duo has allowed them to attain legendary status and point up the fact that they are truly America’s favorite comedy team!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2018
8:00 P.M. SHOW | DOORS OPEN AT 7:15 P.M.
GENERAL ADMISSION STANDING ONLY
TICKETS: 11.50 EACH
HOTEL BUNDLE FOR $125.00 (Includes 1 standard hotel room, 2 general admission tickets and 2 free drinks at the concert.)
As featured in Gene Simmons Family Jewels.
Considered talented enough to be placed on the world famous, "Gene Simmons Family Jewels", Almost KISS caught the eye of the shows Producers and Executives in 2010. They were chosen to be included as one of the 6 tributes to be endorsed by Gene Simmons. Since then, this amazing group of four musicians has continued to excite crowds all over the country, growing substantially in popularity.
Gary Lewis & The Playboys
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Show: 8:00 p.m. | Doors Open 7:15 p.m.
Gary Lewis was about as close to being an "overnight success" in the recording field as anyone can get. And - just because it happens so seldom - it is always a special thrill when show business lightning strikes twice in the same family. The comedy antics of Jerry Lewis skyrocketed him to fame when he was just barely out of his teens. No. 1 son Gary had achieved comparable success in the music field... also at a young and carefree age.
The son of a famous father - in any field - is often faced with serious problems in finding and maintaining his own identity. But when Gary Lewis and The Playboys® auditioned for their first job at Disneyland, no one there knew Gary was anybody but a thin drummer. The entertainment director of the park merely liked what he saw and heard, and hired Gary and the boys on the spot - much to their surprise. The boys were enthusiastically accepted by the audiences from the very first night, and as the word spread it was not long before they were playing to a packed house every night.
It was the summer of 1964 when Gary Lewis and The Playboys® were discovered by producer Snuff Garret. Before long, with the producer/arranger team of Garrett and Leon Russell behind them, they took their first single, This Diamond Ring straight to number one. After their second hit titled Count Me In went to number two, Gary and the band proved that they would be a continued success. They followed with more Top 10 songs such as Save Your Heart For Me, Everybody Loves A Clown, She's Just My Style, Sure Gonna Miss Her, and many more.