Legends Of Las Vegas spectacular, high octane show celebrating the careers of two legendary icons Neil Diamond and Elvis Presley. The show is headlined by award winning Legends performer, Fisher Stevens.
He is both a tribute artist and a huge fan of Elvis Presley and Neil Diamond. Fisher has performed all over Europe, on cruise liners and in London Theatre. In this show he takes you on a musical journey for two hours through many decades delivered by an exceptionally talented live band.
This production is as close and as authentic as you can get! Simply put, Elvis Presley is a legend – one of the Legends of Las Vegas!
Legends Of Las Vegas – Fisher Stevens
It’s hard to sum up his life with one word. But there are words that come to mind. Sensational, unique, charismatic and sensual are just some of the words that describe him. Elvis is documented to have performed at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel 837 times between the years of 1969 and 1976. It is a legacy that lives to this day. Our mission with the show is to honour the excitement and energy that Elvis brought to Vegas.
Neil Diamond has become a major recording artist, a songwriter whose compositions produced hits for himself & for many others. With over 120 million albums sold worldwide, in terms of Billboard chart success, he is the third most successful adult contemporary artist ever, ranking behind only Barbara Streisand and Elton John. This show recreates and brings to life some of the very best numbers that Neil Diamond wrote and performed. It’s the hottest show in town folks! It’s a combination of live singing, visual delight, stunning authentic costumes that will leave no Elvis Presley or Neil Diamond fan disappointed.
Legends Of Las Vegas
Register with us or update your press pack – ARTISTE REGISTRATION
Polar explorer and motivational speaker, Alan Chambers MBE led the first British team to walk unsupported to the Geographic North Pole from Canada. After 70 days on the ice, he and Charlie Paton raised the Union Jack at the North Pole at … Continue reading →