Al Walser

Al WalserAl Walser (AlWalser.com) is truly living the American dream. He came from the tiny country of Liechtenstein to succeed in music in America. His efforts have paid off this year as he finds himself in contention for the industry’s highest honor: The Grammy Award. Today Al Walser is an international Grammy Nominated artist.
Al has had a wide variety of entertainment experience from being a DJ, Radio Show Host, singer, musician, dance and composing. He truly does it all and at the highest of levels!
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Jarrett and Raja

Jarrett and RajaJARRETT & RAJA (JarettandRaja.com) have performed on the major stages of New York, Las Vegas, Asia, Europe and the world. This month, starting February 25th, they will be starring in “America’s Got Talent Live” at the Palazzo along with a few other top acts from the television show.

In the summer of 2012, you saw them on America’s Got Talent on three separate episodes.

Direct from the great casinos of the Las Vegas Strip and billed as “Master Illusionist & Piano Genius”, JARRETT & RAJA bring to the stage their amazing and unique blend of magic, music and comedy.
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Jarrett and Raja

Jarrett and RajaJARRETT & RAJA (JarettandRaja.com) have performed on the major stages of New York, Las Vegas, Asia, Europe and the world.

In the summer of 2012, you saw them on America’s Got Talent on three separate episodes.

Direct from the great casinos of the Las Vegas Strip and billed as “Master Illusionist & Piano Genius”, JARRETT & RAJA bring to the stage their amazing and unique blend of magic, music and comedy.
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Tommy Wind

Tommy WindTommy Wind (TommyWindMagic.com) is an award-winning, dynamic illusionist who happens to be the youngest headliner performing in Las Vegas. His show: Tommy Wind: IMPACT: An Explosion of Magic
and Music plays at the Clarion Hotel.

Tommy, voted “Best Teen Magician of the Year” by the World Magic Awards, combines his “unique” magic and musical talents, into a high impact, fun-filled show for all ages. Tommy showcases his love of music by playing a multitude of instruments in IMPACT including: electric guitar, harmonica, violin, trumpet, clarinet and piano and will entertain his fans with an incredibly fast dueling drums sequence. He incorporates new twists on “classic” illusions and has personally created new magic routines for his show.
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Philip Fortenberry

Philip FortenberryPhilip Fortenberry, (PhilipFortenberry.com). the associate conductor of “Jersey Boys” at the Palazzo, stars in his own acclaimed one-man cabaret creation of the thrice-weekly musical cabaret, “Liberace & Me,” at the glittering Liberace Museum’s intimate cabaret showroom.

He previously conducted on the Strip and played for “Hairspray” at Luxor, “We Will Rock You” at Paris, “Mamma Mia!” at Mandalay Bay, and “Phantom-The Las Vegas Spectacular.” Philip has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the White House. Early in his career in New York, Philip became the musical director and on-stage pianist for the long-running off-Broadway satirical revue, “Forbidden Broadway,” and he was also the musical supervisor for London’s West End version of the show. Philip’s other career highlights include playing for the Broadway productions and national tours of “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Cats,” “Saturday Night Fever,” “Ragtime,” “Seussical The Musical,” “Sideshow” and “The Lion King.” He toured the U.S. and Canada in concert performances of “The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber” starring Michael Crawford.
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James Barela

James BarelaJames Barela’s (Blu7Music.com) trumpet playing can be heard on several recordings by artists such as, Nick Brignola, Unit Five, Neophonic Jazz Orchestra, Mark Massamino, Jump Jive and Wail, Josephine, and his own group BLU7.

James has also been featured in the T.V. mini-series, “Steven King’s-THE SHINING”. James has been featured in magazines ranging from Downbeat and The Rocky Mountain News to Westword magazine and The Gift of Jazz. James has performed all over the world with just about every type of musical ensemble and continues to search for new sounds to incorporate into his writing and playing.
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Daniel Glass

Daniel GlassIn 1994, Daniel Glass (RCR.com) joined the L.A. swing phenomenon Royal Crown Revue, the group that single handedly inspired today’s “Retro-Swing”” resurgence by combining 1940s sound and style with modern raw power.

Touring highlights with RCR include a headlining spot on the Van’s Warped Tours ’97 and ’99 (with stops in Europe, Australia and Japan), a spot on the 1998 Playboy Jazz Festival, and national tours with The B-52′s, The Pretenders, and KISS. The band performed with Bette Midler at the 1998 Billboard Music Awards, and was featured in the nation’s top jazz festivals (including Concord, Saratoga, Newport and JVC Lincoln Center). In September of 1999, RCR headlined two sold out performances with the 110 piece Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

In addition to being an accomplished musician, Daniel has also penned 3 books on the history of musical eras of drums.
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Frankie Scinta

Frankie ScintaFrankie Scinta was a musical prodigy, who was given his first instrument — a guitar — at the age of four by his grandfather, Joe Scinta. He eventually added mandolin and banjo, as well as drums and bass to his repertoire. His talent was quickly noticed and he began appearing locally. Before he was a teenager, he’d been seen playing the banjo nationally on Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour, The Merv Griffin Show and Jerry Lewis’ MDA telethon.

Frankie, along with his brother Joe, sister Chrissi and “adopted” brother Peter O’Donnell comprise “The Scintas” (TheScintas.com), a staple of the Las Vegas Entertainment scene since 2000. They are consistently voted one of the top acts in Vegas.
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Robert “Kool” Bell

Robert Bell - Kool and the GangAn interview with Robert Bell (KoolAndTheGang.com), founder and Bass Player of ‘Kool and the Gang’. They have sold over 70 million albums worldwide and influenced the music of three generations.

Thanks to songs like Celebration, Cherish, Jungle Boogie, Summer Madness and Open Sesame, they’ve earned two Grammy Awards, seven American Music Awards, 25 Top Ten R&B hits, nine Top Ten Pop hits, and 31 gold and platinum albums. Kool & The Gang has performed continuously for the past 35 years, longer than any R&B group in history. Their bulletproof funk and tough, jazzy arrangements have also made them the most sampled band of all time.
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Paul Williams

Paul WilliamsPaul Williams (PaulWilliamsConnection.com) is responsible for a number of enduring pop hits from the 1970s, including “(Just an) Old Fashioned Love Song”, a U.S. top-ten hit for the band Three Dog Night in late 1971, and a number of Carpenters hits, most notably “We’ve Only Just Begun”, which has since become a cover-band standard and de rigueur for weddings throughout North America. An early collaboration with Roger Nichols, “Someday Man”, was covered by The Monkees (a group for which he auditioned but was not cast) on a 1969 single, and was the first Monkees’ release not published by Screen Gems.

A frequent cowriter of Williams was musician Kenneth Ascher; their songs together included the popular children’s favorite “The Rainbow Connection”, sung by Kermit the Frog in The Muppet Movie. Williams has worked on the music of a number of films, including writing and singing on Bugsy Malone. He wrote the music for a musical production of Happy Days that debuted in 2007.

He is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and his songs have been performed by both pop and country music artists. He has won one Academy Award, two Grammy Awards and several Golden Globes.
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