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Sunday - Wednesday: 6 – 10 p.m.
Thursday: 7:00 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 8:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Major Sports Events: Schedules are subject to change and are altered slightly as appropriate
during special entertainment, major sporting events, NFL Football season, special promotions and holidays. During the regular NFL football season live entertainment is not held on Sunday and Monday nights, and Thursday start time is sometimes delayed, so we can show the Night NFL Football games on the HD pull-down screen. Need nourishment while you watch? Click here for our Bar Bites Menu with delivery right to your seat.
George Pickard, April 26 – 29: George is an accomplished performer, believable impressionist, captivating entertainer and successful song writer. He co-wrote What Did You Do with Your Old Forty Fives for Bobby Vinton and backed up many acts from the fifties and sixties including The Shirelles, The Diamonds and The Platters. He was also one of the Kingsmen (Louie, Louie) for a while. George has played the Fillmore in San Francisco with acts such as Santana, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Jefferson Airplane.
The Nighthawks: April 30: The Nighthawks are a local (Gardnerville/Wellington) country and rock band specializing in popular dance tunes from the 60's and 70's. The Nighthawks thrill audiences with a wide variety of styles covering artists from Alan Jackson to ZZ Top, including great classic country tunes and expert performances of classic rock songs.
John Dawson, May 1 – 2: A Reno based group of five fun-lovin' guys who just like to play music and entertain with a variety of modern country and classic rock. The quintet includes Mitch (Lead Guitar), Brian (keys), J.B. (Bass), Jhan (drums) and namesake John Dawson (vocals and guitar).
Phil Prunier, May 3 – 6: A guitarist and vocalist – with some tunes using the mandolin or harmonica – Phil Prunier entertains with hits from artists such as Creedence Clearwater Revival, Brooks & Dunn, James Taylor, Willie Nelson and more.
Vegas Road Show, May 8 – 9: The Vegas Road Show delivers music, comedy and crowd participation as they perform a variety of entertainment styles including classic rock, 50's, 60’s, 70’s, country, smooth jazz and pop. Cody Stevens (vocals, guitar and quick wit) and his wife Barbara Christy-Stevens (vocals, keyboards, bass and trumpet) are both veterans in the music industry having engaged audiences in casinos from Atlantic City to Las Vegas.
Steve Lord, May 10 – 13: Playing guitar and offering dynamic vocals, Steve is a main stage West Coast performer. The man of a thousand songs, Steve presents an evening of oldies, country, pop, blues, jazz, soul and rock 'n' roll.
Melissa Dru, May 14 – 16: Singer and songwriter Melissa Dru has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York and at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Melissa and her band cover a wide mix including classic rock, R&B and a bit of country; everything from Pink Floyd to Patsy Cline. A natural performer and entertainer, Melissa will delight you with her unique vocal style and sense of fun. Don't miss this popular songbird in action!
Jonathan "JB" Barton, May 17 – 20: In his four decades as an entertainer Jonathan has shared the stage with a few legends including Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley. His love for a variety of musical styles is apparent in his selection of favorites from Van Morrison, CCR, Hank Williams, Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney, Eagles and many more. Come out and sing along! On May 19, Stew Stewart will do one set for the Cables Couples Golf Group!
Nancy Barker, Curt Lee & Friends, May 21: Information coming soon.
Stew Stewart, May 22 – 24: Our resident Entertainment Manager is always a crowd favorite with his spontaneity, wit and ability to connect to the audience. A Stew Stewart show has something for everyone . . . country music, blues, oldies, comedy, classic rock, Motown and just plain ol' on-the-spot fun! A Nevada entertainer for nearly five decades, Stew has appeared at over 100 state and county fairs, many as the opening act for artists such as Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, Marie Osmond, Herman's Hermits, The Drifters, The Coasters, Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, The Oak Ridge Boys and more! Stew's band is a show in itself and they will be joined by Stew for his performances at 8 and 10 p.m.
George Pickard, May 25 – 27: George is an accomplished performer, believable impressionist, captivating entertainer and successful song writer. He co-wrote What Did You Do with Your Old Forty Fives for Bobby Vinton and backed up many acts from the fifties and sixties including The Shirelles, The Diamonds and The Platters. He was also one of the Kingsmen (Louie, Louie) for a while. George has played the Fillmore in San Francisco with acts such as Santana, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Jefferson Airplane.
The California Cowboys, May 28 – 30: R. W. Smith and the California Cowboys deliver a powerful sound, with the clear punch of tight three-part harmonies. Lead singer and songwriter, R.W. dances and jokes with the audience while delivering top billing entertainment. Together with drummer Hal Atkinson, guitar player Gary Potterton (producer of “Grandma got run over by a Reindeer”), and bass player Cary Atkinson; these fine musicians form one of California’s most successful country-western bands. The group has appeared on concert billings with such country favorites as Alabama, Big & Rich, Dwight Yoakam, Merle Haggard, Clint Black, George Jones, Joe Diffe, Willie Nelson, Toby Keith, The Bellamy Brothers, Restless Heart, Travis Tritt, Doug Stone, Alan Jackson, George Strait, and many other country stars.
Greg Austin, May 31 – June 3: Greg Austin is a down-home, straightforward singer, songwriter and musician who has been diligently performing and writing contemporary Country music for 20 years. Recently relocated to northern Nevada from South Carolina, Greg has also performed in Nashville.
Cabaret Lounge performers, hours and schedule subject to change.