Las Vegas Music Legend Vincent Falcone Passes Away
I am saddened to report the passing of Las Vegas music legend, pianist, and former longtime musical director for Frank Sinatra, Vince Falcone. Surrounded by family and loved ones, he died peacefully at Torrance Memorial Medical Center in California on Friday night, March 24, after losing his battle with brain cancer. He was 78. In his extensive music career, Falcone also worked with such entertainment greats as Tony Bennett, Robert Goulet, Andy Williams, Jack Jones, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, and the list goes on. Most recently, Falcone was music director for Bob Anderson's Frank, The Man, The Music at the Palazzo Theater in Las Vegas, which closed in November, 2015. Beloved and respected by everyone in the music business, he will be missed. Our sincere condolences goes out to his family.
Sapphire Comedy Hour Celebrates 5 Year Anniversary
Sapphire Comedy Hour, located inside Sapphire, The World's Largest Gentlemen's Club, celebrated its 5 year anniversary on Saturday evening, March 18. The evening included a special show where the audience were given a "trip down memory lane" and relived some of the greatest comedians of the past...