Smiley has recorded eight best-selling albums, including iTunes #1 best-selling comedy album, “Rickey Smiley: Prank Calls Number 6.” He has hosted BET’s “Open Casket Sharp” and “Comic View,” and has appeared on “Showtime At The Apollo,” “Uptown Comedy Club,” HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam” and “Snaps.” His award-winning radio show can be heard in more than 60 national markets.
Boxing's only eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao returns to the U.S. for the first time in two years to defend his WBA welterweight title against former four-division titleholder Adrien Broner. LIve Pay-Per-View broadcast throughout casino.
In a recording career that spans nearly three decades and 23 albums, Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Kenny G has grafted elements of R&B, pop and Latin to a jazz foundation, solidifying his reputation as a premiere artist in contemporary jazz.
Johnny Rivers is an Italian-American rock 'n' roll singer, songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. His repertoire includes pop, folk, blues, and old-time rock 'n' roll. Rivers charted during the 1960s and 1970s but remains best known for a string of hit singles between 1964 and 1968, among them "Memphis" (a Chuck Berry cover), "Mountain of Love", "The Seventh Son", "Secret Agent Man", "Poor Side of Town" (a US #1), "Baby I Need Your Lovin" (a Motown cover), and "Summer Rain".
Experience the star of E! Entertainment’s hit television show, Hollywood Medium. “Life Lessons I’ve Learned From The Departed” features Henry discussing his unique gift and how it affects his everyday life, and also includes a multi-media video presentation and lecture, plus live readings and audience Q&A.
Graham Russell and his music partner Russell Hitchcock have been creating music for well over a quarter century. Hits include "All Out of Love," "Lost In Love," "The One That You Love," and "Making Love Out Of Nothing At All.”
These Grammy Award winners’ widely renowned singles, including “Horse With No Name,” “Sister Golden Hair,” “I Need You,” “Ventura Highway,” “Don’t Cross the River,” “Tin Man,” and “Lonely People, ” were cornerstones of the 1970’s Top 40 and FM rock radio.