Fastball to Perform at The Canyon Club Las Vegas Nov. 14
October 28, 2008 by VegasNews.com
Texas rock band, Fastball, will take the stage at The Canyon Club Las Vegas on Friday, November 14 with doors opening at 9:30 pm. Fastball will be opened by jazz and blues talent, Greg Medoro, a Las Vegas favorite. The Canyon Club is located inside the Four Queens Hotel & Casino.
In the words of band member Tony Scalzo, Fastball is a song-oriented guitar band committed to putting out quality guitar rock songs. Fastball had already achieved a popular following in their native Austin, Texas when in 1998, the band released the album, All the Pain Money Can Buy, that yielded platinum sales and two Grammy Award nominations. The album’s first-released single, “The Way,” stayed on top of Billboard’s Modern Rock chart for seven weeks and was a top five hit on Billboard’s Top 40. Since their breakthrough days, Fastball has toured extensively and released two more studio albums with another in the works.
Tickets for Fastball are $15 for locals and $25 general admission. Tickets can be purchased by calling The Canyon Club box office at (702) 387-5175. The Canyon Club box office is open Monday through Saturday, noon-9 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased online at tickets.fourqueens.com.
About The Canyon Club Las Vegas The Canyon Club Las Vegas offers live music and showcases some of the greatest bands ever in an intimate and relaxing environment. The venue is available for private rental and features comfortable velvet booth seating, a dance floor, two full-service bars and a kitchen all within an eclectic atmosphere. Located in fabulous downtown Las Vegas, The Canyon Club resides within the famous Four Queens Hotel & Casino, 202 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101. The venue is home to a resident dinner show, “Marriage Can Be Murder.”
For more information or to purchase tickets call (702) 387-5175 or visit tickets.fourqueens.com.
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