Limited-Time Residency at The Lounge
Presented by the creator of The Pussycat Dolls, performance showcases various aspects of live entertainment
LAS VEGAS – June 18, 2009 –The Palms Casino Resort is proud to announce the expansion of its already stellar lineup of entertainment with the addition of London-based international singing sensation Matt Goss. Known to his fans across the world as “The Voice,” this new production is created exclusively for his limited-time residency at the legendary Palms Casino Resort.
The show is presented by Robin Antin, creator of the world famous Pussycat Dolls, who will be casting as well as choreographing the production.
“The idea is to create an upbeat, sophisticated lounge scene that mixes the hottest live music and the incomparable energy of the Palms,” said Vice President of Entertainment Michael Greco. “It will be a totally new experience for our guests – a cool vibe and unique show that truly reflects Matt’s popular music and hipster lifestyle.”
“We’re excited to bring such an internationally known talent to the Palms. Matt exudes a vitality that is right in line with what we like to bring to the city,” said Palms Owner George Maloof. “Coupled with Robin’s immense creativity, this show promises to be nothing short of spectacular.”
Goss’ show will offer a dynamic blend of musical talent. Backed by a seven-piece band and sexy female dancers, Goss, who has sold more than 17 million albums worldwide in his career, will entertain guests with a full-blown production featuring a mix of his career hits, songs from his new album and popular covers.
The show runs every Friday and Saturday beginning September 4, 2009, inside the resort’s ancillary entertainment venue, The Lounge. Tickets are $25 plus any fees or taxes, and available for purchase at box office.
About Matt Goss:
Matt Goss reached international success as the lead singer of ’80s pop group Bros, enjoying more than a decade of success with more than 17 million records sold worldwide. Bros was the first band since Elvis to knock themselves off of the #1 spot in Australia and held a #1 spot in 19 countries simultaneously. In addition to his successful music career, Goss released an autobiography in 2005 achieving Best Seller status in the coveted Sunday Times. Goss has gone on to focus on songwriting including writing the main song for the #1 FOX program “So You Think You Can Dance” and writing the hit song “Change Me” for Keri Hilson and Akon which appears on Hilson’s current chart topping album In A Perfect World.
Goss currently lives in Los Angeles where he is recording his next studio album and is awaiting the release of his children’s book “Bear Crimbo” to be released in September, the first of a three-book deal. For more information about Matt Goss, please visit www.mattgoss.biz.
About The Palms:
The Palms Casino Resort, heralded as one of Las Vegas’ hippest resorts, is an all-encompassing, one-stop destination. Owned by the Maloof family, the boutique property boasts three distinct towers and a diverse mix of bars and restaurants across a 95,000-square-foot casino. Amenities include the legendary Playboy Club; Ghostbar; Rain Nightclub; The Pearl Concert Theater; Moon Nightclub; N9NE Steakhouse; Nove Italiano; Little Buddha; Simon Restaurant & Lounge; The Palms Pool & Bungalows; Palms Spa and AMP Salon; Drift Spa & Hammam; LA Sunset Tan; Brenden Theatres, a 14-theatre Cineplex; Huntington Ink Tattoo Lounge; the Fantasy Suites, including the Hardwood Suite, the only hotel room in the world with its own basketball court; and over 60,000 square-feet of meeting space. The Palms has played host to MTV’s Video Music Awards, Real World: Las Vegas and Bravo’s Celebrity Poker Showdown, and E!’s Girls Next Door and Sunset Tan feature the resort on a regular basis. The Palms Casino Resort is located just west of the Las Vegas Strip and I-15 on Flamingo Road. For room reservation information, call toll free at (866) PALMS-RES, (866) 725-6773, or visit www.palms.com. For groups of 15 rooms or more, contact the Sales Department at (866) PALMS-MTG or (866) 725-6768.