Bee Gees Gold

John Acosta as Barry Gibb has performed in Bee Gees Tributes all over the world. His portrayal of lead singer Barry Gibb is with a zest for detail, like no other. From the look to the falsetto you will close your eyes and say its Barry! John Acosta’s Bee Gees Gold tribute Is the ultimate salute, and experience of seeing the Bee Gees in their prime, LIVE ONCE AGAIN! With the detailed vocal stylings of John Acosta (Barry) , Daryll Borges (Robin) , Jeff Celentano (Maurice) as the brothers Gibb, there is a sensation that will make you blurt out , Wow.. I just seen and heard the Bee Gees! Backed by a live band, the Vegas Bee Gees tribute recreates the look and sound of the Bee Gees from the 60's to the late 70's, with their unique falsettos that made them legends. Performing such early hits as Massachusetts , I started a Joke , to the later Disco classics , Stayin’ Alive , You should be dancing etc.

Event Date 12-18-2020 7:30 pm
Capacity 800
Available place 800
Individual Price 40/35/30
A Beachboys Christms with

Set aside the hustle and bustle of the holidays and take the family and friends to Surfin' - The Beach Boys Ultimate Christmas concert!

Relax with a fine dining experience in the beautiful dinner theater at Campus Jax, sponsored by Legendary Shows with Brian Beirne (Mr. Rock n Roll) and Stellar Shows.

Gift your list with an unforgettable evening featuring the music of SURFIN’ - The Beach Boys Tribute band singing America's most enduring soundtrack.

Surfin' is comprised of 5 professional musicians - all of whom have played with major rock artists. One of the members toured with the Beach Boys and has been a long standing member of the Brian Wilson Band.

The band is a faithful recreation of what it would have been like to see The Beach Boys live, in concert, in their prime.

Surfin' has truly captured the essence of the original Beach Boys with stunning harmonies and the genius of Brian Wilson's music. This 5 member line-up is unrivaled in their sound, presentation, and professionalism. The actual choreography, the Fender guitar line up, the famous custom striped shirts, right down to the black suede Beach Boy boots, it's all here

Event Date 12-19-2020 7:30 pm
Capacity 800
Available place 800
Individual Price 45
New Years Eve with Kalimba Earth, Wind and Fire Tribute

Party at the Theatre with our favorite tribute band, Kalimba The Spirit of Earth, Wind and Fire

Champange at mid-night

Hor d'oeuvres

Dancing, Photo Booth

 

Event Date 12-31-2020 7:30 pm
Capacity 800
Available place 800
Individual Price 65
B.J. Thomas

B.J. Thomas has one of the most distinctive voices in American pop music — a reassuringly masculine timbre conveyed with a smattering of unique embellishments that represent a distillation of the most influential genres in pop culture. Nothing about the identifiable sound of B.J.’s voice has changed, but there’s a re-energized commitment behind it. “We’ve always tried to do the right thing as far as getting our music out and encouraging people with positive music,” B.J. reflects. Indeed, many of B.J.’s signature hits—the Oscar-winning “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head,” the million-selling “(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song,” and his career-igniting cover of Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” — invariably find the plots’ protagonists employing some level of positivity to overcome the universal battle with loneliness. Continuing his supportive inclinations, a series of positive-themed discs were embraced by the gospel community, giving him the first four platinum albums in gospel history. A brief-but-successful foray into country music — dotted by “Whatever Happened To Old Fashioned Love,” and “New Looks From An Old Lover,” written by his wife, Gloria, Red Lane and Latham Hudson — emphasized classic family ideals and commitment, as did the still-familiar theme to “Growing Pains, As Long As We Got Each Other,” sung on the tube with Jennifer Warnes. His lyrics aren’t just words to B.J. THOMAS. He’s lived out his musical ideals, turning down career opportunities for years when he thought they might interfere with the home life he established in the Dallas area with Gloria and their three daughters: Paige, Nora and Erin. “We weren’t really silent,” he observes, “but we weren’t really chasing the prize, so to speak.” But an interesting confluence of events helped to recharge B.J.’s career commitment. The girls grew up and left home. The surprise emergence of Raindrops in a key scene in Spider-Man 2 underscored his continued place as an identifiable cultural touchstone. And he discovered through technology just how deep and loyal his fans’ commitment runs. “One of the real catalysts behind this is I did an interview with an online disc jockey,” B.J. explains. “He interviewed me and then put some music together for a one-hour package that could be accessed on the Internet, and he had 3.5 million downloads in three days. So we said, ‘Hey, our people are sitting right there. We just gotta figure out a way to reach them.’” The Best Of, a release that synthesizes the wide-ranging styles that have influenced his career, digs into Allen Toussaint’s New Orleans-flavored “Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues),” and features a Dobie Gray-penned ballad, “Stranger in the Mirror,” which finds B.J. in movingly sensitive form. In a sign of real synchronicity, B.J. was also approached to do his first acting role since the 1973 movie Jory, which introduced Robby Benson. JAKE’S CORNER writer-director Jeff Santo had developed the script with B.J.’s Rock And Roll Lullaby as sonic inspiration. B.J. re-cut the song for the picture, and ended up on screen, a marked change after resisting that line of work. “Gloria and I actually sat down after I finished Jory, and she wanted to know if I wanted to pursue being an actor,” he notes. “At that time, I was on the road almost 300 days a year. The music was very successful, and both of us kind of agreed that movies would take too much time—that I would just pay attention to my music.” The JAKE’S CORNER soundtrack represented a bit of a reunion for B.J., given that the music was written by Steve Dorff, who also composed the Growing Pains theme. One of its key tracks, “When the Hero Dies,” also provides a symbolic reflection on B.J.’s own life with its mix of public acclaim and private commitment. The song celebrates the contributions of such legendary figures as Johnny Cash, John Wayne, Bob Hope, John Lennon and Martin Luther King. But its real strength comes by putting the sacrifices of everyday Americans on the same plane as those more familiar faces. “That was very key and very significant,” B.J. suggests. “We got these big names and we’ve got to perpetuate what they’ve done and what they’ve allowed us to do. But the song also included the mothers and fathers and teachers and preachers and the Unknown Soldier. It just got me.” Music certainly “got” B.J. Thomas from a very early age. Born in rural Hugo, Oklahoma, just north of the Texas border, his family soon moved to Houston, where he was attracted to the country of Ernest Tubb and Hank Williams (one of his strongest memories is of attending a Hank concert with his father) and the soul of Jackie Wilson and Little Richard, whose Miss Ann was the first single B.J. ever bought. In fact, the embellishments, repetitions and melisma that have become a trademark of B.J.’s identifiable style were adapted from one of those mentors. “I got that from Jackie Wilson,” B.J. says. “What he could do was amazing. If you do it the right way, it puts a lot of sincerity and meaning into the word that you’re singing. I always try to use it where it emphasizes the emotion of the song.” After his initial successes on a small Southern label, B.J. signed with New York’s Scepter, where the roster also included Ronnie Milsap and Dionne Warwick. In fact, it was Warwick who introduced B.J. to songwriter-producer Burt Bacharach, leading to his performance of “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head,” for Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid. The song has shown an amazing resilience — it was featured in Forrest Gump when Tom Hanks’ character encountered President Lyndon B. Johnson; it made the soundtracks for Clerks II, The In-Laws and Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle; and it appeared almost in its entirety during Spider-Man 2. B.J. has shown a comparable resilience. He married Gloria at the Chapel of the Bells in Las Vegas just weeks before “Hooked on a Feeling,” hit the Top 10. Their relationship remains intact nearly 40 years later, a tangible sign of his sincerity in his find-the-silverlining musical themes. “We’ve always had each other, even through the hard, wild, stupid, crazy times,” he says. “She was just right there for me, and I’ve been there for her, too. If there’s anything that got me to today it was having her.” She’s still there, running their management company as B.J. reinvigorates his public persona, one that very much reflects his desire to convey some basic meaning to both his daughters and his fans. “That’s been a real positive, wonderful thing that’s a part of the music that I’ve been a part of—making someone lift their head up or making someone feel OK,” he says. “All I am is just another guy. I’ve been very lucky. I’ve had a wonderful life, I’ve been a husband and a father who cherishes his children and now I’m a grandfather, and I’m motivated like all these teachers and preachers and mothers and fathers to help my kids grow up with character and self-respect. I hope that doesn’t sound too grandiose, but that’s what it comes down to. It’s what I’ve tried to do with my music and with the majority of my life.” That he has succeeded at home and still maintained a place as one of music’s most recognizable voices is truly remarkable.

Event Date 04-17-2021 7:00 pm
Capacity 800
Available place 800
Individual Price 50/45/40
Marc Cohn

After winning a Grammy for his soulful ballad “Walking in Memphis,” Marc Cohn solidified his place as one of this generation’s most compelling singer-songwriters, combining the precision of a brilliant tunesmith with the passion of a great soul man. Rooted in the rich ground of American rhythm and blues, soul and gospel and possessed of a deft storyteller’s pen, he weaves vivid, detailed, often drawn-from-life tales that evoke some of our most universal human feelings: love, hope, faith, joy, heartbreak.

Cohn followed up his platinum-selling debut with two more releases in the 1990s, at which point Time magazine called him "one of the honest, emotional voices we need in this decade" and Bonnie Raitt declared, "Marc is one of the most soulful, talented artists I know. I love his songs, he's an incredible singer, and I marvel at his ability to mesmerize every audience he plays for."

Event Date 05-01-2021 7:00 pm
Capacity 800
Available place 800
Individual Price 45
Everett's Got Talent

Dream Night Talent Search, is a premiere opportunity for emerging artists( singers, singer-songwriters, musicians) to showcase their unique skills for the chance to win; $1,000 dollars,a huge amount of exposure, a front of the line pass audition to America’s Got Talent OR/AND to NBCs Little Big Shots , Senior Big Shots, THE VOICE, AMERICAN IDOL, AND Free evaluation and discount from PCG Universal & PCG Theatrical in Nashville, Tn, extensive publicity, possible management, agency or label deals and so much more. www.dreamnighttalentsearch.com

There are three age categories*

* 9 to 17 years old

* 18 to 29 years old

* 30 years old and over

Register here

Contest Details

Last Day to Enroll: 03/01/2020

Description:

There are three age categories*

* 9 to 17 years old

* 18 to 29 years old

* 30 years old and over

The winner from each age category will receive a $500 cash prize, with the overall winner receiving an additional $500 as well as a front of the line pass for America's Got Talent, The Voice,

Competition is open to singers and bands. All genres are welcome. There are 2 phases to the competition. See Rules. * Depending on the number of contestants and their ages, the categories are subject to change.

Rules:

* ONLINE PHASE

You must register at TalentWatch to enter the competition. You may enter 1 or 2 music video(s) to be judged and rated by fans. Acceptable music videos include simple raw footage of artist performing or more elaborate music videos. We STRONGLY RECOMMEND at least one of the videos showcasing a live performance. In addition, every music artist must upload a personal video, to give fans and industry professionals a better perspective of the artist behind the music. Music fans select the top 60 rated artists. There is no cost to register on TalentWatch. There is a $5 enrollment fee, which will be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

* LIVE COMPETITION PHASE (April 3-4, 2 mandatory days)

AUGUST 21,2020- The top rated artists (from the online phase) will audition at the Historic Everett Theatre in Everett, WA from 5-10pm, singing one or two songs. Industry professionals will also be mentoring each artist.

AUGUST 22, 2020- Additional auditions and mentoring from 12-5 pm. Industry professionals announce the top 10 music artists for each of the three age categories. The 30 chosen artists will perform in front of judges and a live audience at the Historic Everett Theatre from 7-10pm. Each artist must be prepared to sing 2-3 additional songs.

Event Date 05-21-2021 4:00 pm
Event End Date 05-22-2021 8:00 pm
Capacity 800
Available place 800
Individual Price $20, $15 for family, $16 Seniors
The Zombies

The band’s 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction marked a major triumph in their 5-decade career, but you can be sure they will not rest on their laurels.  The Zombies story continues on….!

Iconic British psychedelic pop legends The Zombies have returned to celebrate their long-awaited Induction into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.  After receiving their 4th nomination in 5 years, the support for The Zombies’ induction among the public and their peers was undeniable - the band placed 4th in the public online poll with over 330,000 votes, while even fellow nominee John Prine called for their induction before his own in a Billboard interview.  On March 29, 2019 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, The Zombies joined Stevie Nicks, Radiohead, The Cure, Def Leppard, Janet Jackson, and Roxy Music as the 2019 Class of The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.  Fittingly, the Induction Ceremony took place exactly 50 years to-the-day after The Zombies’ classic “Time of the Season” first hit #1 on the charts in America.

Event Date 06-26-2021 7:00 pm
Capacity 799
Available place 799
Individual Price 65/60/55