Chuck Negron, founding member of Three Dog Night, and Bobby Kimball, former lead-singer of Toto, will bring their classic, crowd-pleasing anthems to the Club at the Cannery Casino & Hotel on Saturday, June 6 at 8:00 p.m.
Negron is the former lead singer of Three Dog Night, a band responsible for several top 20 hits such as “One (Is the Loneliest Number),” “Old Fashioned Love Song,” “Black and White,” “Pieces of April,” “Easy to be Hard” and “Shambala.” Considered one of the greatest singers in rock ‘n’ roll, Negron’s legendary vocals were showcased on the multi-million selling song, “Joy to the World,” as he turned the simple lyric “Jeremiah was a Bullfrog” into one of the signature lines of pop music history.
Kimball was best known for his tenure as lead singer of the American pop rock band Toto. His distinct vocals brought the group into the mainstream rock spectrum with the release of their first single, “Hold the Line.” In 1982 the group reached superstardom with the release of its fourth studio album, “Toto IV”, ranking Toto as one of the top selling groups of its era. With a lineup of smash hits including, “Rosanna,” “Africa,” I Won’t Hold You Back,” and “Make Believe,” the album was awarded six Grammy Awards including “Record of the Year.”
Tickets start at $14.95 plus tax and fees, and are on sale now at the Cannery Casino & Hotel’s ticket sales counter located at the front desk. Tickets will also be available for purchase by calling (702) 507-5757 or (866) 999-4899 (toll free), or by visiting www.cannerycasinos.com.