Musician Residencies in Vegas

Celebrities and Musicians in Vegas

Many musicians have had to take a break in their careers and Vegas residencies are often the space they choose to relaunch. They can still perform for their fans but are given the chance to showcase their talents to a whole new audience.

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Lionel Richie

Lionel Richie is a multi-talented American singer-songwriter. He has a unique talent to perform and skillfully blend multiple music genres including funk, soul, and rhythm and blues. He started his career with the Commodores and later launched a successful solo career with songs such as Three Times A Lady, Endless Love, and All Night Long.

He has received many awards throughout his career and is a Kennedy Center honoree. He is a passionate breast cancer campaigner and has raised over $3.1 million for the disease. He has also earned a handprint on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

In addition to his music career, he is also a popular TV judge on the show American Idol. He is known to be a sensitive person and has even sent Dave Grohl (of Nirvana and Foo Fighters) a care package after he broke his leg. He is also a great fan of today’s pop stars and has been seen rubbing shoulders with the likes of Drake and Bruno Mars.

Bee Gees

By the ’70s, the Bee Gees had achieved such a level of international fame that they were able to set records no other group had ever come close to. Their most prolific period was the ‘Feverish’ year of 1977, when they wrote and recorded six consecutive number one singles.

Even after the brothers’ successful disco era came to an end, the Bee Gees continued to write and produce major hits for other artists. They were responsible for the 1980 #1 hit ‘Woman in Love’ by Barbra Streisand and a pair of chart-topping duets with Dionne Warwick and Kenny Rogers, among others.

Despite their tremendous success, the Bee Gees were never satisfied. They reworked their sound and kept reinventing themselves. After a brief hiatus, they returned to the public eye in 1989 with their hit album, One. They stayed together until Maurice’s death in 2003 and Robin’s departure from this mortal coil in 2012. In the years that followed, they produced more music than any other musical group of their size.

Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group is an entertaining spectacle that combines high-tech stage effects with old-fashioned comedy. Its original music and deadpan sophistication have made the show a hit, but critics question its counterculture credentials. Dustin Hoffman escorted his son to a Blue Man show, and Bruce Willis and Demi Moore have eaten dinner with the performers. The Blue Men’s unique brand of humor, which uses music and dance, has earned them a following among the middle class.

The show’s popularity has spawned multiple spin-offs, including an arena rock tour and a 3D movie. Its creators, Matt Goldman, Phil Stanton and Chris Wink, have used the characters to make political statements about art and society. In 2006, the trio released a one-hour PBS documentary called Inside the Tube, which offers insights into their creative process. The film also includes video clips of various theatrical performances. The group’s theatrical productions in New York, Boston, and Las Vegas are all still thriving.


Jabbawockeez are a dance crew that’s more than just a group of guys who like to groove. The troupe is a family, with members from all walks of life. Since their win on the first season of MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, they have been touring across the country and Asia.

Their current show, Timeless, is a must-see for any music and dance lover. The show features awe-inspiring choreography and pulse-pounding music. The group’s iconic expressionless masks and seemingly effortless precision make their performance captivating.

The Jabbawockeez are based out of Las Vegas, where they have long-running residencies. They’ve also toured with musical heavyweights, including New Kids on the Block and Rauw Alejandro. Their latest show, Timeless, showcases their full range of abilities with high-tech design and staging. The show also features awe-inspiring props and special effects. Their enthusiasm for their work shows in every step of the dance routines. Their energy is infectious and their moves are poetry in motion.

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