Backstage LIVE with Gary & Connie
November 29-December 5, 2001 ARCHIVES
Backstage LIVE with Gary & Connie
Review of the Popular Las Vegas Weekly TV Show

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by Larry Houck
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A little song and little dance kept hosts Gary Campbell and Connie Ross singing the praises of their talented guests on the national radio and television show "Backstage Live" last Saturday night.

Singer/performer Earl Turner dropped in to announce his recent move into the headlining act in the Copacabana Showroom at the Rio Hotel and Casino, Wednesday and Thursdays at 8 p.m. This talented entertainer keeps you dancing with a wide variety of songs, from Gospel to Rock and Roll, and the ability to play five musical instruments. He commands the full spectrum of music and vocal range, making each performance individual and original. Turner discussed his long entertainment career with Gary and Connie and then closed out the first hour with a heart-warming performance of "She's A Lady."

The beautiful music didn't stop there! "Five o'clock Shadow," a pop/rock band from Boston who has perfected their vocal band form of a cappella singing, dropped in to give a little sample of their unique style. Currently, the band is traveling all over the country performing at schools and promoting their CD, "Wonders of the World."

Making his return appearance on the "Backstage Live" show, actor Scott Shepherd stopped in and talked about his new projects as the "Lone Rangerô." That's right, Shepherd is the first authorized "Lone Rangerô" since Clayton Moore, making appearances at Las Vegas events and fundraisers.

Last, but never least, the talented and energetic duo of May & Murray took a short break from their performances at the Kabuki Lounge inside the Imperial Palace to sing a tune for the "Backstage" audience. Stuart May and Mariellen Murray have become a favorite act in the intimate lounge. Catch their singing and dancing nightly starting at 9 p.m., Dec. 2 -22.

You, too, can join Gary and Connie weekly FREE in the Grand Salon of The Auto Collections, fifth floor of the parking facility of the Imperial Palace, every Saturday night from 6 to 8 p.m., to see the stars come out for "Backstage Live."

Talk America Radio Network and Cable Radio Network originate "Backstage Live," and it airs in the Las Vegas area, live, on KNUU 970 AM, Saturdays 6-8 p.m., and on tape delay on Sundays 10-Mid. on KXNT 840 AM.

If you prefer to just listen in, but would also like to call in, the listener call-in number is 800-298-TALK (8255).

"Backstage Live" is also seen locally on Cox Cable Metro 48, Saturday and Sunday nights, from 11 p.m. to midnight. KEEN TV 17 airs the show Fridays 9 to 11 p.m. and on Realtime video, KEENTV.com. Also, see "Backstage Live" on KPVM Channel 41 in Pahrump, Nevada, Fridays, 5 to 7 p.m. National cable TV syndicated by American Independent Network, check your local listings.

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