The Strip’s newest high-powered headliners, TENORS OF ROCK have opened their first-ever resident production in the Showroom at Harrah’s Las Vegas. The five burly Brits, backed by a shredding band and a bevy of beautiful dancers from famed Sunset Strip burlesque troupe, Little Miss Nasty, were met with countless standing ovations from the packed theater throughout the evening, as they delivered reimagined renditions of the most beloved rock anthems and biggest songs of all time.
“This has been our dream, and you guys are making it happen here tonight,” shared band member and longtime West End veteran Jonny Williams while greeting the full house. The larger-than-life production features dynamic and harmonically complex reimaginations of celebrated classics ranging from the ‘60s through today, including Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Music of the Night,” and many more. A stunning 36’x20’ LED wall with vibrant graphics, impressive lighting design and cutting-edge sound technologies epically complemented the group’s high-energy vocals and charismatic personalities.
TENORS OF ROCK is now bringing audiences to their feet inside the Showroom at Harrah’s Las Vegas Wednesday through Sunday at 8 p.m., with no shows on Monday or Tuesday.