Rick Michel’s LAFF Productions Hit Show Features A Salute To Frank Sinatra-Sammy Davis, Jr.-Dean Martin

LAS VEGAS – Veteran performer Rick Michel has been touring nationally with his popular show, “Drinkin’-Singin’-Swingin’” – a Salute to Frank Sinatra-Sammy Davis, Jr.-Dean Martin. His Rat Pack-themed production starring Michel as Dean Martin, Peter Pavone as Sinatra, and Bryan Clark as Sammy Davis, Jr. will return to the Rampart Casino at the Resort at Summerlin in Addison’s Lounge Feb. 17-19.  Shows are at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $15 at the cage or $20 at the door.

       This high-energy original show makes audiences feel like they are actually experiencing in the magical spontaneity that Sinatra, Davis and Martin brought to the stage whenever they appeared together. Just like the three legendary icons, Michel, Pavone and Clark, each have solo careers and when then appear as a threesome light up the stage in the same manner with swaggering talent, song, dance and comedy.

        Pavone’s theatre credits include “Barefoot in the Park” at The Avo Playhouse, Starlight Theatres’ production of “The Pajama Game,” major roles in the dinner theater production of “Joey and Maria’s Italian Wedding,” and many more. From the time he was 5-years-old and heard his first Sinatra record, he’s been a crooner. Peters’ latest CD release “Cool, Hot and Swingin’” has received critical acclaim www.cdbaby.com/peterpavone.

       One of Clark's specialties as a vocalist is as a singing impressionist. He engages audiences with his dynamic vocal range as well as a few smooth dance moves saluting some of his favorite legendary performers: Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, Tom Jones, Ray Charles, Elvis and more.

        Michel has been doing celebrity impersonations since he was 7-years-old. He has worked at many major Las Vegas Strip hotels, performed with philharmonic orchestras, and performed in dozens of comedy clubs and theaters all over the world. Michel has shared the spotlight with Rich Little, opened for comics such as Bobby Collins, John Pinette, Rita Rudner and George Wallace, appeared on the original “Tonight Show,” and played a schizophrenic killer on “Baywatch.”

 For more information about “Drinkin’-Singin’-Swingin’,” visit the website SinatraDavisMartin.com.