Singing Spitfire

The “Simply Reba” tribute returns to the Riverside Resort because it is “simply good.” This time, however, when the show returns to Don’s Celebrity Theatre, Wednesday-Sunday, June 19-23, a new element has More»

Best of the Beatles

Beatles tributes are almost as plentiful as Elvis tributes and time and again, most involve the obvious mop-top wigs, 1960s-style suits or the expected satin and feathered flamboyance of the Sgt. Pepper-era More»

Won’t Back Down

Life is all about curve balls, following individual paths, and what people choose to do with them. Sometimes you can fight it, but then, sometimes you’ve just got to take a chance More»

Meet the Manager

Golden Nugget Director of Marketing Matt Earnheart has had the unique opportunity to experience several levels of marketing, from a corporate strategist to on-property management. Earnheart grew up in Tunica, Mississippi, at More»

Singing Spitfire

The “Simply Reba” tribute returns to the Riverside Resort because it is “simply good.” This time, however, when the show returns to Don’s Celebrity Theatre, Wednesday-Sunday, June 19-23, a new element has been appropriately added — a tribute to Reba’s buddies, Brooks & Dunn.

Best of the Beatles

Beatles tributes are almost as plentiful as Elvis tributes and time and again, most involve the obvious mop-top wigs, 1960s-style suits or the expected satin and feathered flamboyance of the Sgt. Pepper-era costumes.
But what if one group decided to scrap the costumes and just perform the music the way the Beatles recorded it instead? After all, it was and still is the music that left the indelible mark, and not so much the fashion, which has been relegated to musty trunks or museums by now.

Won’t Back Down

Life is all about curve balls, following individual paths, and what people choose to do with them. Sometimes you can fight it, but then, sometimes you’ve just got to take a chance and follow your heart.
There’s no getting around the fact that Dan Grennes looks like Tom Petty. There’s nothing he can do about that. People bugged him for years to create a Petty tribute show, but the whole impersonation thing was difficult for him to wrap his head around. Truth was, he didn’t really like tributes.

Meet the Manager

Golden Nugget Director of Marketing Matt Earnheart has had the unique opportunity to experience several levels of marketing, from a corporate strategist to on-property management.
Earnheart grew up in Tunica, Mississippi, at a time when it was one of the poorest counties in the US. In the 1990s however, Tunica became a gaming hotspot, third in line after Las Vegas and Reno.