Sandy Vee Anderson as Dolly Parton performs with Michael Clift as Barry Gibbs and Australian Bee Gees band
March 19, 2013 by VegasNews.com
Guests attending the The Australian Bee Gees Show at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino received a pleasant surprise as famed Dolly Parton impersonator Sandy Vee Anderson joined the band on stage.
Anderson and the group performed “Islands in the Stream.” Written by The Bee Gees, the song was famously recorded by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton in 1983.
Founded in 1996, The Australian Bee Gees Show – A Tribute to the Bee Gees has called the Excalibur Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas home since 2012. Capturing the look, sound and personality of one of the most successful groups in music history, the veteran performers bring a high-energy production, guaranteed to have audiences on the dance floor.
The show features iconic classics that changed the sound of music, including “You Should Be Dancing,” “Stayin’ Alive,” “To Love Somebody,” “Night Fever” and “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” among others. The multi-media concert event utilizes state-of-the-art sound and superb lighting coupled with giant screens featuring video clips, live camera images and stunning graphics. Entering its 17th year as a group, the tribute band has performed more than 4,000 shows in more than 40 countries.
The Australian Bee Gees Show is produced by SPI Entertainment, Inc., the premier provider of world-class entertainment in Las Vegas including Smokey Robinson Presents: Human Nature – The Motown Show, Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, Australia’s Thunder From Down Under and Divas – Starring Frank Marino. The show takes the stage Saturday through Thursday at 7 p.m. nightly in the Thunder From Down Under Showroom at Excalibur Hotel & Casino. Tickets can be purchased at the Excalibur office, online at www.excalibur.com or by phone at (702) 597-7600. See two Excalibur or Luxor shows for only $75 per person (not including applicable service charges and taxes; other restrictions may apply).
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