LAS VEGAS - Paris Las Vegas announced Tuesday that "Sgt. Pepper Live," a show celebrating the Beatles' influential album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," has been extended for 16 shows through September."Sgt. Pepper Live" features the band Cheap Trick and a 32-piece symphony. Cheap Trick performs the entire Beatles album live, along with some of its own work. "Sgt. Pepper Live is a great addition to the entertainment offerings of Paris Las Vegas and we are pleased to extend this limited engagement with these 16 additional performances," said Marilyn Winn, president of the hotel-casino. "With its combination of timeless music, exceptional production values and the world-class rock band Cheap Trick, the show has proven to be a hit with our guests." Geoff Emerick, the engineer of the Beatles' classic 1967 album and producer of other Beatles' recordings, supervises the audio production of the show. Tickets to "Sgt. Pepper Live" start at $50 and are available online at www.sgtpepperlive.com or by calling (888) 374-7469.
********** Published: July 8, 2010 - Volume 9 - Issue 12