LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--You thought Las Vegas’ biggest coup was Garth Brooks signing on for acoustic weekends at the Wynn? Hardly. He is certainly terrific but—the country legend is just one guy!
Greg London is coming to town with scores of pop culture “ICONS,” all channeled by the master musical impressionist himself, ready to reshape the city’s entertainment landscape.
Following his record shattering two and a half year run in Sammy’s Showroom at Harrah’s Reno, the multi-talented performer—voted Nevada Magazine’s 2009 Entertainer of the Year in a reader’s poll—brings his critically acclaimed show “Greg London’s ICONS” to The Palace Station, located on Sahara Drive-- just two minutes west of The Strip at I-15.
Produced by Bob Byers, Jr., David DeLorenzo and Frank Visco, “Greg London’s ICONS,” which was also voted Best Show in Northern Nevada in the same Nevada Magazine poll, will debut on Thursday, May 27 at 8:30 p.m. The Memorial Day Weekend schedule includes 8:30 p.m. shows on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights and a 3 p.m. Sunday matinee.
Tickets, which will be available at Palace Station and Station Casino box offices, are only $39.99. Local residents with Nevada ID receive $10 off.
Thankful for what they do, London says, the first 100 active members of the military, police, firefighters and first responders will be admitted free to each show over the premiere Memorial Day weekend with advance registration and proper ID showing their active service.
Fresh off his win for “Best Adult Contemporary Song” at the 2009 Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA), London has been selected to co-host the third annual event at The Highlands in the Hollywood & Highland Kodak Theatre Complex on November 18, 2010.
The singer’s recording of “Everything I Own” was the highest charting new artist release and highest charting release on an independent label (airplay charts) of 2009.
London also made Music Connection Magazine’s list of Hot 100 Artists of 2009.