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Las Vegas - March 27, 2009
(Posted late, as Cousin Claire had computer problems)

Shecky Greene

George Solomon

After a long absence from Las Vegas stages, the inimitable Shecky Greene returns. The onetime Las Vegas staple, will be performing in the Suncoast Showroom, from May 15th through the 17th. We will have more details on this engagement in early May.

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Multi-talented George Solomon is also making a return to the Las Vegas spotlight, although he hasn't been missing in action for as long as Shecky Greene has. Solomon, a dynamic one-man variety show, will do his thing at the Starbright Theatre on Saturday night (March 28th). What exactly is Mr. Solomon's thing? A little bit of everything. He can make you laugh, sing and reminisce in an all around feel good show. He performs everything from the standards of Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra, to pop classics from Elvis, Neil Diamond, Bobby Darin and Tom Jones, and, his quick-witted, easy going manner often produces hilarious situations. George's appeal is far reaching, and his explosive performance can leave the crowd breathless. He manages to move everyone with heartfelt moments as well. George has performed and written for a variety of stars, including Liza Minnelli, Diana Ross, Bill Cosby, and Harry Connick Jr. Solomon has been profiled on Entertainment Tonight and CNN's Showbiz Today. Also appearing will be the cast members of Oh What a Night, a tribute to the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. The Starbright is located at 2215 Thomas Ryan Blvd. in Sun City Summerlin. Show time is 7 p.m. All shows at the Starbright are first come, first served with no limit on the number of tickets purchased. Saving seats is prohibited. Be sure to get your tickets early so you don't miss out! Show tickets may be purchased at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows and Pinnacle Community Centers. All ticket prices include Live Entertainment Tax. Tickets are non-refundable. Starbright Theatre shows are open to everyone ages 12 and over. All ticket sales are check or cash (exact change required). No credit cards accepted. Tickets are $18 for Sun City Summerlin residents, and $23 non-residents. Call (702) 240-1301 for reservations.

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From Michael Caprio, of Caprio Media Designs, comes this reminder...
The Second Annual Las Vegas Easter Bonnet Competition and Show will take place at the Chippendales Theatre at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 5th. Proceeds will benefit Las Vegas' Saint Therese Center HIV Outreach program and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Members of Las Vegas' hottest shows and local businesses will join forces for an afternoon of music, dance, goodwill and Easter bonnets. Modeled after New York's annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Easter Bonnet show, the Las Vegas production will feature cast members and bonnets from such hit shows as Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular, Jersey Boys, Chippendales, Jubilee!, Soprano's Last Supper, and Tony n' Tina's Wedding, among others. In addition, the show will also feature bonnets and support from various local Las Vegas businesses, including Body Spa, Fidelity National Title, St. Rose Hospital, Office Max, Fun Hog Ranch, Cedar Pharmacy, Shade Tree and the Tiger Lily Flower Shop. The event is produced by Amelia Keene, who appeared in the original Broadway companies of Starlight Express and Anna Karenina, as well as New York's first annual Easter Bonnet Competition and, is directed by Tim Tucker (from the Las Vegas cast of Mamma Mia!), with Keith Thompson (musical director for the Las Vegas productions of Jersey Boys, The Producers, Hairspray and We Will Rock You) arranging the musical theme for the event. The first annual Las Vegas Easter Bonnet Competition raised nearly $10,000 for the Saint Therese Center HIV Outreach Center, which serves the Southern Nevada community by providing physical, emotional and spiritual support to those affected by HIV and AIDS. For tickets, ($25 for General Admission, and $75 for VIP, which includes special seating, celebrity visits, two complimentary drinks, and light appetizers), e-mail
[email protected], or phone (702) 564-4224. For additional information visit

2008 Easter Bonnet Event

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We saw two terrific shows last weekend. Both did great business and received tremendous response form the audience. Clint Holmes filled up the 500-seat Suncoast showroom all three nights of his weekend engagement. Accompanied by Bill Fayne on piano, Jeff Neiman on keyboards, Darryl Williams on bass, and Jess Gopen on drums, Clint presented a varied repertoire, from Paul Simon, Billy Joel, James Taylor and Bill Withers tunes, to a West Side Story medley and some of his originals, Conundrum, If Not Now When, Next, I Sing, and Who Will Stand. A real treat was hearing Clint's mother, 93-year-young Audrey Holmes, singing a few operatic bars with Janien Valentine (we would call the competition a tie).

In a completely different type of venue, our Phavorite Phantom, Brent Barrett, with the Las Vegas Philharmonic behind him, attracted more than 1,500 people to the Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall at UNLV. Barrett put on a wonderful show, giving many in the audience their first chance to see him unmasked, and hear him unscripted. Based on the standing ovations Brent received, we would say the attendees got more than their money's worth. Calling his Pops presentation You and the Night and the Music, Mr. Barrett performed that song, as well as four selections from his Kander and Ebb Album, tunes by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, Cole Porter, Jimmy Webb, songs from Kiss Me Kate, an Artie Butler arrangement of Barry Manilow's Even Now, and a beautiful version of Love Makes the World Go Round, combined with Some Enchanted Evening. The handsome Brent Barrett brought out more music lovers than just about any other recent offering at UNLV. We think one of the local hotel/casinos should bring this talented Broadway star into a Las Vegas showroom on a regular basis...and he sure doesn't need a mask.

Clint Holmes

Brent Barrett

Terry Little

And more Brent Barrett news...
On Sunday, April 19th at 2 p.m., celebrities will show their fancy footwork for five local charities, when they compete in Dancing With the Las Vegas Stars in the Rain Nightclub at the Palms. Each of the charities will be represented by a star who will dance during the event, while supporters can purchase votes for their favorites. Las Vegas Mayor, Oscar B. Goodman, dancing for the American Cancer Society; Chet Buchanan, of KLUC radio's Morning Zoo, for Susan G. Komen for the Cure; World Champion boxer, Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini, for the Caring Place (The only center of its kind in Southern Nevada, providing complementary therapies such as Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Reiki, Meditation, Reflexology, Wellness Seminars, Support Groups and Art Therapy, not only for those journeying through cancer, but also for their family, friends and caregivers. All programs and services are provided at no charge.); singer Chris Phillips of Zowie Bowie fame, for Candlelighter's Childhood Cancer Foundation; and singer/actor Barrett, dancing with Jeanne Bavaro for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, will do their best to impress judges, TV host, Robin Leach; Channel 13 weatherman, Brian Scofield; comedian, Louie Anderson; female impersonator, Frank Marino; and professional ballroom dancer, Tony Delgado. Tina Walsh from Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular, and Travis Cloer, from Jersey Boys, will perform while the final votes are counted. Master magician, Lance Burton, will serve master of ceremonies, and Mrs. Nevada, Tiffany Comstock, will act as hostess. Sponsors include The N9NE Group, Ch.13 KTNV and Delgado Dance Studios. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster for $50 plus applicable taxes and fees. The price includes appetizers and one drink. Attendees must be 21 years or older. The public's votes will decide the contest's winner. The 1st prize is $10,000, 2nd and 3rd are $5,000, and 4th and 5th, $2,500. All of the prize money will be awarded to the competing charities. Votes are $1 each, and can be placed during the show or via the event's Web site at All proceeds will benefit the charities. See for info.

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We are saddened to report the death on Monday (March 24th) of Terence "Terry" Little. He was born into an acting family, The Carrickfords, who started the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. Terry started out as an actor in the 1940s and then was a production stage manager for more than 40 Broadway shows, including Mame, Applause and Wildcat. Terry fell in love with Las Vegas while touring with Li'l Abner in 1956. He moved his family here in 1971, and began his local career at The International (now the Las Vegas Hilton) as stage manager, then as director of entertainment, working with such headliners as Elvis Presley, Liberace, Bill Cosby and Ann-Margret. He retired in 1992. Terry was a member of IATSE Local #720, Actors' Equity, SAG, NAACP, and Sons and Daughters of Erin. He is survived by his wife, of 50 years, Maureen "Hoppy" Little; his five children, Kathleen (Brad) Bolotin, Sean, Patrick (Carrie), Brigid Little (Guy Griebel), and Seamus; and five grandchildren, James, Brian, Lauren, Brendan and Cooper. Visitation was Thursday, March 26th, at Palm Mortuary, 1600 S. Jones Blvd., with Reflection immediately following. Funeral Mass was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, March 27th, at Our Lady Las Vegas Catholic Church, 3050 Alta Drive. Burial followed at Palm Memorial Park Northwest, 6701 N. Jones Blvd. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Maureen's Hope Foundation, 6301 Mustang Road, Baldwinsville, NY 13027. Terry Little was 88 at the time of his passing.

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Our friend, Broadway star Lee Roy Reams, travels to St. Louis to host the fourth annual Kevin Kline Awards ceremony on Monday (March 30th) at the Loretto-Hilton Center in Webster Groves. "St. Louis is like a second home to me," Reams said when he accepted the invitation to host this year's ceremony. In addition to his extensive Broadway credits, which include a Tony Award-nomination for his acclaimed performance as Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street, Reams has performed in nearly 20 musicals at the Muny in Forest Park. "Lee Roy personifies theater," said Muny President and Chief Executive Officer Dennis M. Reagan. "His very presence on any stage is a celebration." Reams first appeared at the Muny in 1971, when he performed with Lauren Bacall in Applause. Reams' most recent Muny performance was as Roger DeBris in The Producers, for which he received a Kevin Kline Award nomination as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical. In addition to playing the role on Broadway, Reams also starred as Roger DeBris on the national tour (including the Fox Theatre) and in Las Vegas. Other Broadway credits include Sweet Charity, Applause, Hello, Dolly!, La Cage aux Folles and Beauty and the Beast. An accomplished director, Reams directed and choreographed the 1995 Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly! Directing credits at the Muny include both Hello, Dolly! and Singin' in the Rain. Tickets, which begin at $50, can be purchased by calling 314-531-7529 or by going to

Lee Roy Reams

Royal Irish Showband Members

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For those that have been around these parts since the 1970s (as either a local or a tourist), especially if their last name is "McSomething" or "O'Anything," they may recognize some or all of the folks in the accompanying photo. Known in Las Vegas as the Royal Irish Showband and in Ireland as The Big Eight, the group started performing here at the Stardust in 1971. Long stints at the Aladdin (now Planet Hollywood), Barbary Coast (now Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon), and other Strip venues followed. It has been a number of years since the lads and lassies played together...that is, until this last St. Patrick's Day, when six of the band members reunited at P.J. McRae's on East Flamingo on St. Patrick‘s night. The group, shown from left to right in accompanying photo, was made up of Tom Bourke on trumpet (he lives in Vancouver and teaches music to college students), Michael Keane on keyboards (he lives in Las Vegas and still plays "gigs"), Mickey O'Neill on drums (he lives in Las Vegas and, although retired, hasn't lost the beat), Mary Clifford, singer and Irish dancer (she lives in Las Vegas with her teenage daughter, Sara, an accomplished tennis player, Jimmy Conway on guitar and vocals (he lives in Las Vegas and enjoys playing music with his ex-bandmates) and D.J. Curtin, singer (ala Tom Jones) who lives in Vegas, returning to Ireland to perform throughout the year. Jimmy, Michael, D.J. and Mickey also played at the Henderson Pavilion after the St. Patrick's Day parade.

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The original musical is called Praise, and its creator and star is longtime Las Vegan, and Grammy Award-winner, Larry Hart. Although Praise is a gospel music-inspired production, it isn't all preachy and somber. With songs such as Big Hair Gets You Closer To God, there should be something enjoyable for everyone. Joining Hart will be his sister, Linda Hart, who played Velma Von Tussle in Hairspray on Broadway and sang with Bette Midler. Larry has written songs for Kenny Rogers and Ozzy Osbourne, and the Cinderella-inspired musical, Sisterella. He also was second composer on the Broadway musical adaptation of Alice Walker's The Color Purple, and wrote the book, music and lyrics for the musical adaptation of the Oscar-winning foreign film Cinema Paradiso. Show time at the South Point is 2 p.m. Sunday, March 29th, and ticket prices are $25 and $35. For additional information, or to purchase tickets, call (702) 796-7111.

Larry Hart

Kato Kaelin

Paul Campanella

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One of the country's most well-known house guests, Kato Kaelin of OJ Simpson notoriety, once again becomes a house guest. This time, however, it's a better reason and it's for fun. Through April 9th, Kaelin, who turns 49 today (March 28th), joins the cast of Tony n' Tina's Wedding at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino for two weeks. Although Tony n' Tina's has been doing good business in Las Vegas for more than seven years, first at the Rio and now at Planet Hollywood, whoever came up with the inspired idea of adding a lineup of celebrity "wedding crashers," deserves a raise...or, at the very least, a pat on the back. Since the interactive dinner show moved to the Strip, people such as Joseph R. "Joey G" Gannascoli (Vito Spatafore in The Sopranos, from 1999 to 2006); World Champion Wrestler, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Tiffany, the singer known best for her hit recording of I Think We're Alone Now, and Barry Williams of The Brady Bunch, have crashed the party, bringing a new angle to the popular production. Kato currently hosts National Lampoon's Viral Videos, co-hosts Outtabounds on Fox in San Francisco, and is touring with the Weenie Manologues (the male answer to Vagina Monologues). Tony n' Tina's Wedding, satirizing an Italian-American wedding, is the second longest running show in off-Broadway history. Tony and Tina have walked down the aisle more than 2,000 times in front of more than 450,000 guests in Las Vegas, and still continues to make every wedding a one-of-a-kind event, filled with great music, laughter, food and love. Since its opening more than 20 years ago, the show has garnered rave reviews from every major national publication, including the New York Times, which called the show "Audaciously Imaginative." Glamour magazine called Tony n' Tina's Wedding "Off-Broadway's most innovative play." The all-inclusive dinner show features a full Italian buffet dinner from the executive chefs of the award-winning Spice Market Buffet, wedding cake, a celebratory champagne toast, live band, dancing and plenty of laughs. Performances are at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, and are located on the Mezzanine (Mezz) level. Ticket prices to Tony n' Tina's Wedding start at $86.89, with VIP packages from $139.99 to $159.99 plus tax. Performances are Monday through Saturday at 7 p.m. The show is dark on Sundays. For tickets and information, please visit or the box office, Monday through Saturday from noon until 7:30 p.m. For more information, you may call the box office at (702) 785-9030.

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And speaking of Tony n' Tina's, cast member Paul Campanella, the singer/actor, mentioned in a recent item on Tony ‘n Tina's Wedding, reports he is also working on his show Good Times, with producers Steve Parker and Andy Walmsley of ASIENT Entertainment. The two Brits love Paul's unique concept of Marketing and Entertainment, and are putting their creative energy behind it. Walmsley has done design work for TV's American Idol, Who Wants to be a Millionaire and America's Got Talent, while Parker has worked alongside David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and many others. Together, they are currently producing Terry Fator's new show at The Mirage. Campanella has completed a second draft of his screenplay on the life of legendary Las Vegas entertainer, good friend and mentor, Nelson Sardelli. In addition, a unique set of circumstances has brought Paul to a business venture specializing in acting training for on camera technique and improvisation, that is he is calling "The Institute of Imaginary Circumstances." He is currently prepping a selected class for a major showcase in LA in front of the head of Sony casting and a group of independent casting directors. This will take place at the Hudson Theater on April 15th. Having just completed a workshop with Shari Rhodes, who currently casts the TV shows Breaking Bad, Crash, and In Plain Sight, gave Paul's class a ringing endorsement, stating, "Paul's teaching is raising the performance levels of everyone in his class and making them more bookable." The Institute will now be open for all actors at all age levels. For info on the class, e-mail Paul at [email protected] and mention this column.

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It's Kellie Wright and Friends at the Clark County Flamingo Library this Sunday (March 29th) afternoon at 2 p.m. Presented by the Performing Arts Society of Nevada, Kellie and her talented pals will salute the Great American Songbook, performing standards made famous by Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James and others. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at the library box office an hour before show time.

Kellie Wright

The Apple Sisters

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It's time for the monthly Composers Showcase again. Since there wasn't one in March, there might be two in April, with the first one being on Thursday, April 2nd. As is the current routine, the showcase will take place at 10:30 p.m. (after theater) at the Liberace Museum, 1775 E. Tropicana at Spencer. Thursday's event will feature the songs of local composers and songwriters The Apple Sisters, Erich Bergen, Michael Brennan, Vita Corimbi, Rylan Leo Helmuth, Christopher Lash, Andrew Lippa, Bonnie Mizell, Kristopher McNeeley, Richard Oberacker, Keith Thompson, and the delightful song stylings and vocal powers of Armi Abiera, Travis Cloe, Kimmy Gatewood, Christine Hudman, Rebekka Johnson, Greg Kata, Sarah Lowe, Joan Sobel, Ali Spuck, Lisa Wilson, Melody Wilson, and other special guests. Instrumental powerhouses include, Jean Ainsley, Patricia Diaz, Mike Fouts and Tyler Williams. There is now a $5 cover charge at the door (free with show or student ID) in addition to the $5 Hors d'oeuvres buffet provided by Carluccio's and the Liberace Museum. Cash bar (no credit cards, please). The mission of the Liberace Foundation is to help talented students pursue careers in the performing and creative arts through scholarship assistance.

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If you are one of the millions who Loved/Love Lucy, and know the dialog to all the episodes of the TV series, this should be of great interest to you. Suzanne LaRusch definitely Loves Lucy. Her uncanny tribute to Lucille Ball, put her in the top five on The Next Best Thing (Las Vegans Trent Carlini as Elvis and Sebastian Anzaldo as Frank Sinatra came in No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in the reality competition). Portraying Lucy, Suzanne was 4th Runner up on The Next Best Thing (The No. 1 ABC show for eight weeks). She finished as the highest ranked woman celebrity impersonator in the nationwide search competition. "Suzanne's likeness to Lucille is uncanny," stated Madelyn Pugh Davis, original I Love Lucy co-creator and writer. "She has caught all her mannerisms, her voice, and even her appearance. It's sort of spooky!" On Friday and Saturday, April 10th and 11th, Suzanne brings her one-woman show, An Evening With Lucille Ball, to the historic Boulder Theatre at 1225 Arizona Street in Boulder City, outside of Las Vegas. An Evening With Lucille Ball is a delightful one-woman show based on the amusing lectures Lucy frequently gave throughout her career as her way of connecting with her adoring public and "giving back." Through monologues, Q&A and musical numbers, LaRusch re-creates the magic of the world's most beloved comedienne. As readers may already know, that wonderful theater is owned by Desi Arnaz Jr. and his wife, Amy (known, fondly, as Miss Amy). Friday's show is at 7 p.m., and the Saturday performance is at 4 p.m. All seats are $30. This event is expected to be a complete sell-out (if it isn't already sold-out), so don't delay on this one. Please call (702) 293-1161 for tickets. If you don't reach anyone, you can expect Miss Amy to call you back.

Suzanne LaRusch as Lucy

Larry Frost & JoAnn Toranto

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Spring is in the air and so, apparently, is romance. After 23 years of unwedded bliss, late night talk show host David Letterman and his longtime girlfriend, Regina Lasko, finally made it legal on March 19th. Their son Harry is five-years-old. Bruce Willis, who has been a bachelor since he and Demi Moore divorced in 2000 after 13 years and three daughters, married model/actress Emma Heming on Saturday. Willis and Heming, who is 24 years younger than her new husband, have been a couple for about a year. Then there is Harrison Ford and his love, Calista Flockhart. After seven years together, the two became engaged on Valentine's Day when the Indiana Jones star surprised his girlfriend by popping the question.

And in keeping with the romance theme...On a local level, one our favorite couples, music lovers JoAnn Toranto and Larry Frost, are also engaged. The happy twosome had been together for almost three years (not counting a little break to straighten out some issues), when, the day before Valentine's Day, gallant and romantic Larry got down on one knee and proposed, presenting JoAnn with a beautiful ring. Like Harrison and Calista, JoAnn and Larry have not yet announced their wedding date.

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In our mail bag this week, came these comments...
A reader contacted us to let us know that the upcoming Swing City Dolls July performance, at the Eastside Cannery, is not on Tuesday, July 28th as we wrote in last Friday‘s column, but on Friday, July 31st. Mark your calendars.

And reader (and actor) Bart Williams writes...Good to see Kevin Mc Mahon mentioned in the recent column. Also, thank you for the kind words about Ron Silver. What a talent! I first saw Ron in about 1975 in El Grande De Coca Cola, where he shared the stage with Jeff Goldblum who was playing the piano in the show. It was at the Roxy (I think) on Sunset Blvd. in L.A. About that time, we were both cast in the film Tunnelvision together. I had the pleasure of getting to know Ron Silver while he served as President of Actors Equity Association, and I was on the National Council. Ron really cared about his fellow actors and he took his responsibilities very seriously. He had great passion, great humor, and he was a very, very fine actor. I liked Ron a lot. He really will be missed. The film you mentioned in the column, Garbo Talks, is also one of my favorites. A little jewel of a movie, and Ron and Anne Bancroft are unforgettable and perfect.

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On Sunday, March 29th, the day before what would have been his 96th birthday, it's the first of what is anticipated to become an annual event...the Frankie Laine Birthday Toast. At 2 p.m., family, friends and lifelong fans will gather at Spaghetteria, 1953 India St. in San Diego, for an afternoon of memorable stories, video clips, music, and great food, to honor Frankie Laine. The man they called Mr. Rhythm, passed away on February 6, 2007, at the age of 93. Tickets for this event are $20 per person in advance, and $25 at the door. Send check or money order to: Frankie/JFM, 340 Andrew Ave. Encinitas, CA 92024. To pay by credit card, e-mail
[email protected] (no host bar, paid guest list at the door). Seating is limited.

Frankie Laine

Michael Clark

Elisa Fiorillo

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Also on Sunday, but taking place in Las Vegas, Kelly Clinton's Celebrity Spotlight presents a benefit concert for musician Michael Clark. Mike was injured in a car accident more than four years ago. Since that time, he has been in great pain. In order to be able to lead an active, productive life, Clark needed disk replacement and disk fusion. As we know, it is difficult, if not impossible, to get the medical care you need, if you don't have excellent insurance coverage. As an independent contractor, Mike Clark was in that position. He was lucky, and blessed, to have the support and guidance of Dr. Rick Delamarter, a California orthopedic surgeon who specializes in spinal surgery. Dr. Delamarter, associated with the Spine Institute at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, took Mike in, knowing his insurance would not cover all his expenses. They knew Clark's case was very serious and chose to lower their rates to help him. His friends are now trying to raise money to help with the remaining medical bills he has incurred as the result of his recent back surgery. Singer/songwriter/recording artist, Elisa Fiorillo, direct from her Wednesday and Thursday night performances with Prince on the Jay Leno Tonight Show, will perform. Elisa will be accompanied by Joey Finger on drums, Scott Cannady on bass, and, working through his recovery, Mike Clark on keyboards. In addition to the entertainment, there will be prize drawings and both a silent and live auction. Prizes will include show tickets, art work, Stirling Club packages, and more. All of this takes place at that Italian joint on Las Vegas Blvd. So., beginning at 8:30 p.m. Donations are gladly accepted. Seating is limited so reservations are suggested. Call (702) 736-4939. If you can't attend the show, donations can be made through .

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