• Find At The Shore on Facebook
  • Follow At The Shore on Twitter

pressofAtlanticCity.com: AtTheShoreOnline.com

Atlantic City
powered by

HOME | NEWS | SPORTS | OPINION
Headliners
  • HEADLINERS

    Former “American Idol” winner Phillip Phillips is ready to show he’s more than a one-hit wonder.

    Phillip Phillips
  • HEADLINERS

    When Johnny Carson hosted “The Tonight Show,” he could make a comic’s career by giving them a feature spot.

    Louie Anderson
  • HEADLINERS

    WHO IS HE: Allen Edwards, the man known as “The Voice of Branson,” began singing in public at age 6 at church, and by the time he was in college at Purdue University was performing regularly in clubs and restaurants throughout northwest Indiana. After graduating, Edwards maintained dual careers as a singer and policemen, eventually moving to Houston, where he scored local hits with the songs “Walk Out Backward” and “Houston Just Ain’t Big Enough.” The success of the song “Could We Please Stay in Love for a While” led to an engagement in Branson, Mo., where Edwards wound up being a hit. He was able to open at the Roy Clark Celebrity Theater and a year later was opening his own breakfast show at a local hotel. Fifteen years later, Edwards headlines his own breakfast, lunch and dinner shows at the Allen Edwards Dining Showroom.

    Allen Edwards at Resorts
  • HEADLINERS

    WHO ARE THEY: In a brilliant marketing ploy, Quality Records released The Guess Who’s 1965 debut album with a plain white cover with only the question “Guess Who?” written on it. Record buyers were intrigued, and the album wound up selling 2 million copies. The Canadian band’s 1968 album “Wheatfield Soul” contained the hit single “These Eyes.” The Guess Who also scored hits with “Laughing” and “Undun” from the album “Canned Wheat.” In 1970 the band released their signature song, the No. 1 hit “American Woman.” The album of the same name also contained the hits “No Time” and “No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature.”

    The Guess Who at Tropicana
  • HEADLINERS

    WHO IS HE: “The King of Romance,” as Engelbert Humperdinck is often billed, has been wooing audiences since the 1950s. The smooth balladeer portrayed the image of a mysterious heartthrob and, much like his contemporary Tom Jones, had female fans eating out of the palm of his hand. Humperdinck possesses a three-and-a-half octave vocal range and has excellent technique, so it’s not as if he just another pretty face. Over the course of his career Humperdinck has sold more than 150 million albums and has performed for fans all over the world.

    Engelbert Humperdinck at Harrah’s
  • HEADLINERS

    WHO IS HE: Jeffrey Ross is a stand-up comedian, actor and director who is well known for his appearances on celebrity roasts. Some of his most well-known roastees include Hugh Hefner, Pamela Anderson, Jerry Stiller, Drew Carey, Donald Trump, William Shatner, Emmitt Smith, Flavor Flav and Rob Reiner. His also made numerous appearances on “The Jimmy Kimmel Show,” “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Ross also competed on the seventh season of “Dancing With the Stars.”

    Jeff Ross at Borgata
  • HEADLINERS

    WHO ARE THEY: Mike DelGuidice and Big Shot is a Billy Joel tribute band hailing from Joel’s native Long Island, N.Y. DelGuidice, who handles lead vocals and piano, is actually a touring member of Billy Joel’s band, playing acoustic guitar and singing harmony vocals at venues such as Madison Square Garden. The rest of Big Shot is comprised of musicians who have shared the stage with Joel as well as the likes of Roger Daltrey, Donna Summer, Richie Blackmore, Tower of Power, Nine Days and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. DelGuidice & Big Shot perform an average of 120 shows a year in various types of performance venues.

    Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot at Harrah’s
  • HEADLINERS

    WHO IS HE: In the mid-1960s, after responding to an ad in “Melody Maker,” singer/guitarist Justin Hayward ended up joining The Moody Blues and would go on to take the band to new heights. Hayward wrote classics such as “Tuesday Afternoon” and “Nights in White Satin” from the band’s 1967 masterpiece “Days of Future Passed,” as The Moody Blues became a huge-selling act. Other Hayward songs include “The Actor,” “Lovely to See You,” “Never Comes the Day,” “Gypsy (Of a Strange and Distant Time,” “Question,” “Voices in the Sky” and “Your Wildest Dreams.” In 1977 Hayward released his debut solo album “Songwriter.”

    Justin Hayward at Borgata
  • HEADLINERS

    WHO ARE THEY: Savage Men is a male revue that has been featured on “So You Think You Can Dance,” “America’s Got Talent,” “Entertainment Tonight,” “The Today Show,” “Mob Wives” and “Jerseylicious.” The show features male model dancers as well as male ensemble dancers.

    savage men
  • HEADLINERS

    This will certainly be music to the ears for all you Fleetwood Mac fans out there.

    More Headliners ►
    Fleetwood Mac 2014
Nightlife
Events
Dining
PreviousNext

    AtTheShoreOnline.com

    Contests, Promotions & More

    Contests, Promotions & More

    @AtTheShoreAC on Twitter

    @ACInsiders on Twitter

    Top Events