Not only did the Friday night Las Vegas Legends Show leave the standing room only crowd of about 550 patrons wanting more, the hungry audience was served a delicious banquet at Tina’s Country Hose and Gardens.
This year’s production of the Las Vegas Legends Show also has a serious component. At every performance venue, JG Productions raises money for a local charity. “I know it sounds hollow, but my company truly wants to live the significant life by coming to the aid of nice people who are assisting those who need help.”
The entire evening came off in a huge success without a hitch. The course of all the elements flowed seamlessly from the seating to the final performance titled “Viva Las Vegas.”
Elvis was really Clinton Twp.’s Kelly Boesl. He is one of the hardest working performers in the legends of rock and roll entertainment industry. Kelly is a 3-time, National Winner of the Best Elvis Contest held in Las Vegas. With thousands of concerts and charity events under his “Golden, Sequined Belt,” Kelly works hard to bring his audiences back in time through his staging, songs and costume changes. His notoriety and status in the entertainment world brings the very best to any stage.
Michael Carluccio and Kelsey Rose also shared the marquee Friday night. The audience was delighted and melancholy as they listened to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones, Johnny Cash, Bobby Darin and many others.
No stranger to the big stage, Mike Carluccio has opened in Las Vegas for acts such as Al Martino, Bobby Vinton and Connie Francis. But, the Sinatra sound-alike still keeps the memory of his favorite performances as the opener for the Scintas Las Vegas show at the Sahara Hotel and Casino.
At such a young age (15), Kelsey Rose is a future Dance Hall of Famer from Canton, Michigan with many awards for her stage talent which is weighted in dance. In 2010, Kelsey recently won Miss Teen Dance America with her performance in Myrtle Beach.
The real winner was the intended charity for Michigan’s own Wigs 4 Kids Wellness Center and Salon. During the intermission, and through the use of several “Fifty-Fifty”
For more information on how to donate or host a fund raiser for Wigs 4 Kids, contact the organization’
To locate the next performance of the Las Vegas Legends Show, contact JG Contrera Productions at JGProductions@
This press release was submitted by Dennis Nazelli at Grow Small Biz.
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