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Chippendales

Chippendales

The art of the striptease is just that, an art—and the male version is probably one of the biggest reasons for this evolution of the powerful woman. In the case of the Chippendales dancers, they were among the first to indulge those once dark desires in public.
Women are more “real” than perhaps they have ever been and they’re no longer afraid to say what they want. They play a more dominant role in both their professional and personal lives, taking control by admitting it’s okay to be a little naughty.

Australian Bee Gees

Australian Bee Gees

The Bee Gees had the talent and good fortune to become huge rock stars in a career that pre and post-dated their famous “Disco Era” image. But as a family of brothers, their fortune has been marred by tragedy. Maurice Gibb died in 2003 and Robin Gibb passed away in 2012. Younger brother Andy Gibb (who had a solo career and sang with his older brothers occasionally) died in 1988, leaving only Barry as the last Gibb standing.
Their tragic history only heightens what a tribute show can deliver. While some thumb their noses at these types of shows, it’s really the only way fans of the music will ever hear the music live again.

Comedy on the Edge featuring Tobe Hixx

Comedy on the Edge featuring Tobe Hixx

Humor was in Tobe Hixx’s tool box long before he had any idea what his career choice would be. The skinny kid from Omaha, Nebraska learned early on that levity was an important survival skill if was going to develop a thick skin needed to overcome ridicule and limitations in life. Now Hixx is one of the funniest comedians working today, and proof that some of the best comedians aren’t always just the ones everyone has heard of. He teaches people that humor is a common denominator and good comedy comes in all shapes, sizes and colors.

Fiesta Fundraiser

Fiesta Fundraiser

Back in 1998, a fund-raiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River was created that fit the style of a wide-open casino town like Laughlin. The idea was—”let’s have an adult margarita party to raise money that will benefit kids in the process.” A bit of odd juxtaposing, but when the money rolls in to help sustain projects for local children through the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River, that’s a good thing.