"Rock This Town - Live," a journey through the 50's and 60's, with some of the country's most beloved rock stars of all time.
Produced by Brent Bell and Paul Garcell, the show features Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and the "Man from Memphis," all re-enacted on the resort's famous stage.
Frankie Moreno is a singing, songwriting and piano playing sensation. His impressions of Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and Ray Charles are legendary. Born in Santa Cruz, California, Moreno first came to the attention of American audiences on "Star Search" in 1989. His popularity escalated around the country, but he remained unsigned with a major record label. He decided to start his own and soon sales began to grow with every new album he put out. His tour schedule became more frequent and his fan base would practically double every month.
In 1999, Moore's records were distributed throughout Europe, which led to radio stations playing their favorite Frankie songs. By the end of 2001, he had performed in front of thousands of people all across the world.
George D. Trullinger is no stranger to Las Vegas audiences. His tribute to Buddy Holly is well known, having brought Holly's music to the stages of the Mirage, Las Vegas Hilton, Landmark, Aladdin, Venetian and the MGM, amongst many others. He was a cast member of the world-famous "Legends In Concert" for 17 years.
2002 marks Trullinger's 30th year in show business. A talented singer, songwriter, comedian, musician, show producer and president of his own production company, he often brings his impersonations of Ed Sullivan and Mick Jagger to his shows.
From Huntington Beach, California, Trullinger has performed around the world in Russia, Japan, Sweden, Finland, Atlantic City and Hollywood. One of his biggest thrills was performing his tribute with Maria Elena Holly sitting in the audience.
Harry Shaholan began performing at age 15 in California stage shows and, while playing the lead in "Grease," he discovered he sounded similar to Elvis Presley. With a recognizable look, Shaholan decided to pursue a full time career impersonating the "Man from Memphis" in 1993.
His popularity grew from private parties and clubs in Southern California to major showrooms in Las Vegas, including venues in Mandalay Bay, the Venetian and the MGM Grand Hotel.