Recently completing his three hundredth show in Las Vegas to another standing room only audience, the charismatic Tom Stevens is heralded by his growing legion of fans as the best singer-impressionist performing today. His enchanting show, "An Evening with Dean and Friends", has garnered the reputation as the Las Vegas show that audiences want to return to again and again.
A native New Yorker, Tom Stevens began his career appearing in clubs on the East Coast. His incredible likeness of Dean's looks and crooning abilities were put to the true test when he performed at the fourth annual Dean Martin Festival in Dean's hometown, Steubenville, Ohio. The overwhelming response to Tom's impression from not only Dino's fans, but the people who knew Dean when he was Dino Crocetti, provided Tom with return engagements to headline the festival for all the years to come. At the festival, Tom had the pleasure of meeting and singing with Dean Martin's daughter, Deana Martin Griffeth, who enthusiastically approved Tom's portrayal of her father saying she's "Never seen anyone look and sound more like my Daddy".
After crisscrossing America performing for large corporate events where his classic style of entertainment is in great demand, Tom finally answered the call to move to Las Vegas. From the moment Tom begins his opening number, it is apparent that Las Vegas is where he is destined to be and that his appeal is ageless.
Currently performing his one man show in Showrooms all over Las Vegas and around the Country, he pays tribute to over 25 singers such as Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Anthony Newley, Willie Nelson, Julio Iglesias, Bobby Darin, Louis Armstrong, Cher, Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra and of course, Dean Martin. Audiences cannot get enough of his true class and timeless music.
Along with his remarkable singing impressions, Tom's comic wit incorporates many other celebrity voices such as Jerry Lewis, Archie and Edith Bunker, Jimmy Stewart, Bill Clinton, George Burns, Paul Lynde, Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Carol Channing, Bill Cosby, Robert DeNiro and many more.
To capture every nuance of those to whom he pays tribute, Tom spends countless hours perfecting each impression. He focuses on every aspect of the artist he's portraying, both vocally and physically. His characterizations are so uncanny that he's often accused of lip-synching. He takes this criticism as a compliment to his many years of hard work. Tom's rewards are the sustained standing ovations that punctuate the end of every performance.