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Las Vegas Silverton Casino Lodge brings live entertainment back.


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SILVERTON CASINO LODGE ENTERTAINMENT PAVILION

Silverton Casino Lodge brings live entertainment back to the property at a newly constructed 13,000 square-foot entertainment pavilion. Located between Silverton Casino Lodge and Blue Diamond Road, the $1 million complex offers a unique entertainment experience complete with central air and hydraulic floor capable of raising and tilting for various events.

KEITH SWEAT
Saturday, Jan. 17 at 8 p.m.
Tickets $30 +LET
On Sale Now

R&B artist Keith Sweat began his career working the New York Stock Exchange by day and singing in clubs at night until he was discovered in 1987. That same year, Sweat released his debut album Make It Last Forever featuring the hit single “I Want Her.” Sweat’s success continued with his next two albums I’ll Give All My Love To You, which hit number three on the Billboard 200 and Keep It Comin debuted in the Top 20 of the album charts. In 1994 he released his fourth album Get Up On It and in 1995 his self-titled fifth album, which hit number five on the Billboard 200. Sweat went on to discover chart-topping groups Silk and Kut Klose. In 1997, Sweat produced R&B super group LSG which created the hit single “My Body.” He has also gone on to work with award winning artists such as Men At Large, Dru Hill, Immature, Ol Skool and The Isley Brothers.

George Jones
Friday, Jan. 23 and Saturday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m.
Tickets $35 +LET
On Sale Now

George Jones produced his first top five hit, “Why Baby Why,” in 1955 – launching a musical career that help set the standard for modern country music. Jones had his first country hit in 1959 with “White Lightning.” The hits kept coming with “Tender Years,” “She Thinks I Still Care” “The Window Up Above” “The Race Is On” and “Walk Through This World With Me.” In 2004, Jones celebrated 50 years as a recording artist. He continues to perform an average of 100 shows per year.

CHUBBY CHECKER
Saturday, Feb. 14 at 8 p.m.
Tickets $25 +LET
On Sale Now

Chubby Checker, born Ernest Evans, made his way into the music industry when his boss, a storeowner of a produce market, arranged a private recording for Dick Clark. Checker recorded a yuletide novelty tune entitled “Jingle Bells,” on which he did several impressions of top selling recording stars. Dick Clark sent the recording out as a Christmas greeting to all his friends and associates in the music business. Checker’s holiday tunes paved his way and allowed him to sing his first hit entitled “The Class.” In June 1959, Checker recorded the hit single “The Twist” and introduced the world to a new dance concept. Over the next few years, Chubby released a string of hits including “Pony Time,” “Don’t Knock The Twist,” and “Twist Around The Clock.” In the fall of 1961, Checker made record industry history when his original hit “The Twist” re-entered the chards and by January of 1962 it hit number one. Throughout his career, Checker is the only artist to have five albums in the Top 12 at one time. Today, Checker continues 40 years of live performances while releasing new music. His latest single, “Limbo Rock Re-Mixes” and album The Original Master of the Dance Hall Beat graced the Billboard charts and attracted a new generation of Chubby Checker fans.

LOS LOBOS
Saturday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m.
Tickets $25 +LET
On Sale Now

East Los Angeles rock band Los Lobos began their illustrious career in 1979. Today, Los Lobos uses musical molds built on blues, rockabilly, jazz, Latin and their own Mexican-American heritage to rock fans nationwide. Their latest Hollywood Records release, The Town and The City, features the band’s signature conscience-raising songs and thought-provoking lyrics.

Better Than Ezra
Saturday, March 21 at 8 p.m.
Tickets $25 +LET
On Sale Jan. 19

Alt-pop group Better Than Ezra brings their unique sound and powerful live performance style to Silverton Casino Lodge. Merging rock and melody, the New Orleans band began with a well-received cassette-only release in 1990, Surprise. In 1993, the trio independently released the album Deluxe, attracting the attention of several major labels. In 1995, the band’s new label, Elektra, reissued Deluxe. The re-release of Deluxe spawned the radio hit "Good," helping push the album to platinum status by the end of the year. Better Than Ezra eventually went on to release several albums including Closer, How Does Your Garden Grow? And Before the Robots.

CHARLIE DANIELS BAND
Saturday, March 28 at 8 p.m.
Tickets $35 +LET
On Sale Now

Wanting to follow in the steps of the musical genius of Elvis Presley, Charlie Daniels formed a rock-and-roll band shortly after graduating high school in 1955. Skilled on guitar, fiddle and mandolin, Daniels’ music is an exciting mix of rock, country, bluegrass, blues and gospel. Following short-lived runs with other record companies, Epic Records signed him to its rock roster in 1976. Daniels’ contract, reportedly worth $3 million, was the largest ever given to a Nashville act until that time. In 1976, Daniels recorded the chart topping single “The Devil Went Down To Georgia.” The hit went platinum, topped both country and pop charts, won a Grammy Award, earned three Country Music Association trophies, became an international phenomenon and propelled Daniels’ album triple platinum. In April 1998, top stars and two former presidents paid tribute to Daniels when he was named the recipient of the Academy of Country Music’s Pioneer Award. On Jan. 19, 2008, Daniels’ lifelong dream became a reality when he was inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

CHRIS CAGLE
Friday, April 24 at 8 p.m.
Tickets $30 +LET
On Sale Now

Country singer Chris Cagle made his debut on the Billboard Hot Country charts with his debut album Play It Loud in 2000. Play It Loud was certified gold and featured the hit singles “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” and “Laredo.” In 2002, Cagle released his sophomore and second gold album entitled Chris Cagle, which produced several top hits such as “What a Beautiful Day” and “Chicks Dig It.” Cagle continued his success with his third album Anywhere but Here. A forth studio album, My Life’s Been a Country Song was released in 2008 and its lead single “What Kinda Gone” hit number three on the country music charts.

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