T. Fox continues to showcase his talents to Tropicana customers.

Las Vegas' most talented lounge act and one-man-band, "T. Fox & The Fox City Show," celebrates its fifth anniversary of performing at the Tropicana Resort & Casino on Saturday, August 21, 2004.

During his five years on stage in the Tropics Lounge, T. Fox has captured the attention of thousands of hotel guests, who return night after night to catch his high-energy act and incredible vocals. His broad and ever-expanding repertoire runs the gamut of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, Neil Diamond, and others from the Motown era. He also sings the best of old school to pop and hip-hop. One of the audience favorites is his rendition of the "Phantom of the Opera."

"The Tropicana is very proud to have "T. Fox & The Fox City Show" as part of its entertainment line-up," says Ginny Murphy, Tropicana's Entertainment Director. "The guests really enjoy his interaction with the audience and the charisma he brings to the stage when he performs."

T. Fox has received many honors, but one he is most proud of is receiving the key to the City of Las Vegas. On September 25, 2002, Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman invited T. Fox to City Hall and presented him with the key. Also in 2002, the Mayor declared August 24th T. Fox day.

T. Fox & The Fox City Show performs hourly from 8 p.m. to midnight, Wednesday through Saturday in the Tropics Lounge (located adjacent to the Island Buffet). The show is free with a one-drink minimum. For more information, call the Tropicana Resort & Casino at (702) 739-2222.