LAS VEGAS (Feb. 12, 2013) – Legends in Concert, the show that’s always in style, will debut in the Flamingo Showroom at Flamingo Las Vegas on Feb. 28, 2013 with an all-star lineup which initially includes tributes to entertainment icons Britney Spears, Elvis Presley, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson and Rod Stewart.

Katie Murdock, fondly known as Britney Spears to Legends fans, once again shows the crowd how and why she is revered for her ability to recreate the magic of America’s Pop Princess. After consistently hearing that she looked strikingly similar to the famed singer, Murdock tried her hand as a Britney tribute artist in 2005. After many years of honing her performing skills paying tribute to Britney, not to mention her life’s work of singing and dancing, Murdock is a Legends artist not to miss.

As a performer, Grahame Patrick’s list of attributes is lengthy and impressive: he’s incredibly talented, handsome, charming, sexy and articulate while staying grounded in reality. As Elvis Presley in the award-winning Legends in Concert production, he’s a shooting star whose tribute to the “King” is uncanny with a stunning voice that evokes the King’s signature sound. Patrick continually enjoys his role and doing what he loves best – entertaining audiences with his tribute to Elvis, the greatest rock ‘n’ roll performer of all time.

Kate Steele is no stranger to the Legends in Concert family: she has been a dedicated cast member for nearly nine years in Legends venues across the country. After traveling the country performing, teaching and recording, during the past three years Steele has been thrilled to be hitting the stage as headliner Lady Gaga. The best part of this particular character is that it allows her to combine all of her talents, immersing herself into one performance, and as a performing artist, that is ideal.

Damian Brantley has always been inspired by the beloved Michael Jackson. Performing in Legends in Concert, Brantley has taken many years to completely hone his homage and his hard work is demonstrated in his every performance. Audiences throughout the world consistently laud his artistry and comment on the feeling of excitement that he shares with everyone. Brantley loves his fans and passionately delivers to them some of the greatest hits of the King of Pop.

When John Anthony decided to be a musical performer, he gave it his all. After teaching himself to sing and realizing he bears an uncanny resemblance to Rod Stewart, Anthony soon found himself on the cover of Las Vegas magazines as one of the area’s best tribute artists. Since 1997, Anthony has charmed audiences for Legends in Concert time and time again. Working tirelessly, his success as a tribute performer has earned him accolades and recognition of which any artist would be proud.

Beginning Thursday, Feb. 28, and building on the show’s thirty years of continuous success, Legends in Concert can be enjoyed in the Flamingo Showroom during their long-term multi-year residency at Flamingo Las Vegas. Performance of the production universally regarded as the world’s greatest celebrity tribute production will take place every Sunday through Friday at 4 p.m. along with additional shows at 9:30 p.m. every Sunday and Monday and on other select weekdays and performance times throughout the year. Tickets are on sale now at all Caesars Entertainment box offices, Ticketmaster or at 702-777-7776. More information is available at www.flamingolasvegas.com or www.legendsinconcert.com.
Legends In Concert

Legends in Concert began in 1983 with a limited six-week engagement in Las Vegas, and now prepares to celebrate 30 years of success. Featuring live re-creations of superstars of yesterday and today, with performers singing with their own natural voices and backed by a live rockin’ band and the Legends singers and dancers, Legends in Concert is a one-of-a-kind concert experience. The success of the show has afforded On Stage the ability to bring the live celebrity tribute spectacular to many tourist markets. In addition to Las Vegas, On Stage produces Legends shows in Atlantic City, Branson, Foxwoods Casino, Myrtle Beach, on the high seas aboard the Norwegian EPIC, in Waikiki at the Royal Hawaiian Theater and produces the acclaimed theatrical production Elvis Lives: http://elvislivestour.com/
Flamingo Las Vegas

Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the Flamingo Las Vegas is a true desert oasis. The center Strip resort features more than 3,500 guest rooms including the newly renovated FAB rooms and the award-winning Flamingo GO Rooms and suites. The historic hotel-casino is home to a sprawling 15-acre pool and wildlife habitat complete with waterfalls, mature island vegetation and tropical wildlife, three distinctive pools and several outdoor wedding gardens. Flamingo Las Vegas offers a wide variety of dining options with eateries such as Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Center Cut Steakhouse and Mexican hot spot Carlos’n Charlie’s, and hosts an all-star line-up of entertainers. Brother-sister duo Donny & Marie dazzle audiences as the resort’s headliners, comedians George Wallace and Vinnie Favorito keep audiences laughing non-stop, Legends in Concert features live re-creations of superstars of yesterday and today and the late night adult revue X Burlesque showcases the sexiest ladies on the Strip. For more information, please visit www.flamingolasvegas.com or caesars.thedigitalcenter.com to access media materials and request high-resolution images. Find Flamingo Las Vegas on Facebook and follow on Twitter.


Molly Cornyn
Public Relations Coordinator
Caesars Entertainment – Las Vegas Region
(702) 785-6540