NBC’s “The Voice” Stars Amanda Brown and Cody Belew Heat Up South Point Hotel and Casino with Special Concert April 12
April 5, 2014 by VegasNews.com
South Point Hotel continues to produce Sin City’s premiere events as it presents Cody Belew and Amanda Brown, two of the hottest new faces in the music industry, for a special concert on Saturday, April 12 at 9 p.m. (Pictured: Amanda Brown)
Belew and Brown, who gained notoriety with their performance on season three of NBC’s “The Voice,” have taken the music world by storm and will create a once-in-a-lifetime performance with non-stop energy.
Brown has become a favorite of many within the music industry through her classically trained vocals. During her time on “The Voice,” Brown’s performances of hits such as “Dream On,” “Stars” and “Someone Like You” hit the top ten chart on iTunes and appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard Digital Songs. The up-and-coming performer has sung backup vocals for leading artists, including Lenny Kravitz, Justin Timberlake, Gwen Stefani, Stevie Wonder and Jennifer Hudson. Since her appearance on “The Voice,” Brown has made several television appearances, including “The Grammys,” “The Tonight Show,” “The Late Show with David Letterman” and Super Bowl XLII. Brown recently finished a tour singing backup for the legendary Alicia Keys.
After making it to the top eight on “The Voice,” Belew went on to record his album “What You’re Looking For,” which debuted in September 2013. His passion for music shines through his unique ability to take his listeners on a ride through multiple musical landscapes. The pop artist’s natural talent, musical ease and catchy vocals have made him a fan favorite across the country.
Adding to the excitement of the evening, Jaymes Vaughan, Las Vegas’ hottest celebrity and Chippendales performer, will host the unforgettable evening.
Tickets to see Brown and Belew are available for $40. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit the South Point Arena event website.
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