Tribute artist Tom Stevens’ will perform his one-man “The Ultimate Tribute Show” in the Embassy Theatre at the Las Vegas Rocks Café downtown on Sunday, July 18 at 4 p.m. Tickets for the special performance are $19.95 plus tax for the show only and $39.95 plus tax for dinner and show. For reservations, call 702-227-5872 or visit [email protected]é.com.
Stevens is currently performing his one-man show around the country and in Las Vegas showrooms, where he’s done more than 500 shows. Stevens’ powerful voice allows him to “tributize” a singer’s entire song. He presents such legendary singers as Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Elvis Presley, Perry Como, Neil Diamond, Tony Bennett, Tom Jones, Ray Charles, Willie Nelson, Julio Iglesias, to name a few.
Stevens’ show also features comedy incorporating such celebrities as Robert DeNiro, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jerry Lewis, Peter Falk, Jimmy Stewart, Former President Clinton, Bill Cosby, Cher and many more. Stevens’ “Karaoke Party” has been labeled the funniest eight minutes in Vegas.
A native New Yorker, Tom Stevens began his career appearing in clubs on the East Coast. Today he’s considered one of the world’s premiere Dean Martin impersonators. His incredible likeness to Martin and crooning abilities were put to the true test when he performed at the fourth annual Dean Martin Festival in Martin’s hometown, Steubenville, Ohio. The result has been appearances ever since and Dean Martin’s daughter, Deana Martin Griffeth, saying she’s “Never seen anyone look and sound more like my Daddy.”
After crisscrossing America performing for large corporate events where his classic style of entertainment is in great demand, Stevens finally moved to Las Vegas. To capture every nuance of those to whom he pays tribute, Stevens spends countless hours perfecting each impression.
The Las Vegas Rocks Café is located downtown at Neonopolis, 450 Fremont Street. There’s easy access free validation parking on Fourth Street between Fremont Street and Ogden in the underground Neonopolis Parking Garage. For information, call 702-227-5872 (LVRC).