In the last ten years entertainment in Las Vegas has changed dramatically. Gone are the lounges with 24/7 entertainment. Vacations to Las Vegas are no longer planned around the stars playing the main rooms for three or more weeks at a time. Currently Las Vegas entertainment is Cirque production shows and one or two night concerts with an occasional headliner "in residence," and, the last surviving showgirl show, Jubilee. This change has led to a new breed of Las Vegas entertainer - the Tribute Artist. These talented performers pay tribute to the superstars who made Las Vegas the Entertainment Capital of the World, and we are proud to make them a part of the Las Vegas Entertainers Hall of Fame. We recognize two categories of Tribute Artists: those who headline in showrooms and those who are part of Tribute Artist shows
Johnny came to Las Vegas a dozen years ago and began performing at the Elvis Museum. It wasn't long before he was seen at venues around town. He has now relocated to the balmy south seas but looks forward to returning to Las Vegas.
Well, he looks like George Burns and was friends of the talented comedy icon. It was only natural that he would pay tribute to Burns. Dan began his act in California but moved to Las Vegas where he performs at a variety of events.
Jim never thought of becoming an entertainer until some friends in Dayton Beach challenged him to enter a contest because "with glasses" you'd look just like Buddy Holly." Jim entered the contest and won first place his first time on a stage. He moved to Las Vegas and has performed on the Fremont Street Experience stage, the Riviera, Bill's Casino, Railroad Pass and more.
Paige Poole does a great Roy Orbison. He also does a great Paige Poole, but he known in Las Vegas for his tribute to Elvis. He has performed at most major hotels and occasionally leaves the Las Vegas heat for a cool Caribeen cruise.
GP (aka Gregory Poindexter) is from Chicago and spent years on the road with a rock band. He has now settled in Las Vegas where he is seen at events around the city and was the featured perform at the "Showgirls Show" at the Clarion until the hotel was imploded.
Headlining Tribute Artist
7 Years at Vegas World as Elvis
Dean Martin in the Original Rat Pack Show at the Tropicana
Denise was born just miles from Judy Garland's birthplace. Petite like Garland and with a voice to match, she has taken her show across the country but is based in Las Vegas where she performs at Ron DeCar's event Center, the Italian American Club, the M Resort and for our veterans