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Faith Hill & Tim McGraw
Rock The Imperial Palace
As "Legends Goes Country"

As cowboy hats and boots "swing" into Las Vegas for the National Finals Rodeo, the cast of "Legends in Concert" goes a little country, with the addition of Faith Hill and Tim McGraw tributes.

She was born and raised in Sweden...he is from a small town in Missouri...but together, Annika Nielsen and Zack Parrish are perfectly matched to perform duets such as "Let's Make Love," "I Like It, I Love It" and "It's Your Love," songs made popular by Hill and McGraw.

Having grown up in a musical family, performing with her brother regularly on the ferries between Sweden and Denmark, Annika Nielsen eventually enrolled in Los Angeles' popular Musicians Institute for formal vocal instruction. Annika has developed her live performance and charismatic stage presence by playing locations in Florida, Bahamas, Nevada, Thailand and Singapore.

Zack Parrish's love for country music started as a little boy. Throughout high school, Parrish performed in musicals and fairs, but was not selected to perform in the high school choir. Today, he is taking two big steps, performing for the first time as Tim McGraw and playing center-"Strip" Las Vegas, which is a very big change from his hometown.

This exciting new country duo will join a fun cast of characters that includes Ray Anthony as "The California Kid" Ritchie Valens; Melissa Totten as the "Material Girl" Madonna; Daryl Wagner playing "Mr. Showmanship" Liberace; E'Casanova as the "King of Pop" Michael Jackson; and Graham Patrick playing the role of the "King of Rock & Roll" Elvis Presley. And as always, all the stars, of the ever-rotating cast of "Legends," are backed by a live on-stage orchestra and use their own voices - no lip-synching.

"Legends Goes Country" with live re-creations of pop, rock and country superstars rocks the Imperial Theatre twice nightly, 7:30 and 10:30 p.m., except Sundays, at the Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino, center-"Strip." Don't miss the hot-rockin' fun! Tickets are $34.50 for adults, $19.50 for children 12 and under. A dinner and show package is available. For tickets, call (702) 794-3261 or toll-free (888) 777-7664.

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