Sarah Silverman at Borgata
WHO IS SHE: Sarah Silverman is a comedian, actress and writer who is known for her work on "Saturday Night Live" as well as "The Sarah Silverman Program." In the mid-1990s, Silverman was a featured performer on "Mr. Show" and also appeared on an episode of "Seinfeld." She appeared in films such as "Something About Mary," "School of Rock," "Heartbreakers" and "Rent" and in 2005 released the concert film "Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic."
WHAT TO EXPECT: Sarah Silverman is a talented comic whose satirical approach and willingness to tackle controversial subjects including religion, sexism and racism make her stand out from the pack. Her unapologetic style is a breath of fresh air and her quick wit results in hilarious routines. She is a comic's comic who has garnered the respect of both her peers and critics. Silverman also is a natural at interacting with a crowd and Saturday's show is one not to miss.
WHAT'S NEW: Silverman voiced the character Vanellope von Schweetz in the 2012 animated film "Wreck-It Ralph."
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $49.50 and $55. The show begins 9 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa's Music Box.
Divas Do AC at Resorts
WHO ARE THEY: Divas Do AC is a female and celebrity impersonator show which features a rotating cast of characters including Dolly Parton, Prince, Patti Labelle, Liza Minelli, Marilyn Monroe and Madonna with Joan Rivers as host.
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $25, and the shows begin 8 p.m. Mondays, 9 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays, and 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays at Resorts.
Sara Evans at Harrah's
WHO IS SHE: Sara Evans left her farm home in Missouri in 1991, heading to Nashville in hopes of pursuing her dream of becoming a country singer. By 1997, Evans had released "Three Chords and the Truth" for RCA Records and was well on her way. "No Place that Far" followed in 1998 and took a more contemporary approach. Evans' third album, "Born to Fly," reached the top 10 of Billboard's Country Charts and the title track proved to be a major hit. "Restless," which was released in 2003, featured the hit songs "Suds in the Bucket" and "Perfect."
WHAT TO EXPECT: Harrah's Resort will be receiving a healthy dose of Nashville country on Friday night when Sara Evans takes the stage. Although she began her career as more of a country purist, Evans wound up embracing contemporary country and it is here where she was able to achieve her stardom. The gorgeous country singer will be playing her hits from the last decade to the delight of her dedicated fans. Songs such as "Born to Fly," "Suds in the Bucket," "No Place that Far," "Perfect" and "A Real Fine Place to Start" are sure to be on the setlist. Fans also will get a healthy dose of songs from her most recent album, "Stronger," including "A Little Bit Stronger" and "My Heart Can't Tell You No."
WHAT'S NEW: In November, Evans went into the studio to begin work on a new album.
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $35, $45 and $55. The show begins at 9 p.m. Friday, April 26, at Harrah's.
Romeo Santos at Trump Taj Mahal
WHO IS HE: Romeo Santos began his career as the lead singer of Aventura, a Bachata group that experienced success with hit songs on the Latin charts and in Europe. Aventura made a splash in Italy in 2002 with the song "Obsesion" topping the charts for an amazing 16 weeks straight. In 2011, Santos struck out on his own with his debut solo album "Formula, Vol. 1." It contained the single "You," which reached the top spot on the Hot Latin Songs and Tropical Songs charts. The Bronx native followed it up with "Promise," a song which was another No. 1 hit. The album received a Grammy Award nomination in the category of "Best Traditional Tropical Latin Album." In 2012, Santos released the live album "The King Stays King: Sold Out at Madison Square Garden."
WHAT TO EXPECT: Back when he was with Aventura, Romeo Santos helped to popularize Bachata music, and as a solo artist he keeps pushing forward adding elements of hip-hop, reggaeton and R&B to the mix. Concert-goers at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort can expect to hear plenty from the "Formula, Vol. 1" album, including the hit singles "You" and "Promise." Fans of the singer also can look forward to hearing plenty of old favorites from the Aventura catalogue.
WHAT'S NEW: Santos' latest release is a live album titled "The King Stays King: Sold Out at Madison Square Garden."
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $45, $75 and $95. The show begins 9 p.m. Friday, April 26, at Taj Mahal's Mark G. Etess Arena.
Pat Benatar at House of Blues
WHO IS SHE: Pat Benatar was discovered at the Catch a Rising Star club in New York City in the late 1970s and released her debut album "In the Heat of the Night" in 1979. The album contained the radio hits "Heartbreaker" and "I Need a Lover." Benatar's backing band was led by guitarist Neil Giraldo, who she later married. Her sophomore release "Crimes of Passion" went double platinum and made her an arena headliner. It featured the hits "Hit Me With Your Best Shot," "Treat Me Right" and "You Better Run." Benatar was featured heavily on MTV in its early days, which helped her career immensely. Other hits during the '80s included "Love is a Battlefield," "Shadows of the Night," "We Belong," "Fire and Ice," "Promises in the Dark" and "Invincible."
WHAT TO EXPECT: There was a time during the early and mid-1980s when Pat Benatar appeared to be unstoppable. The female rocker amassed an impressive amount of hit singles in a short period of time and helped usher in the MTV generation with her popular videos. More than 30 years after she first came on the scene, the New York native still possesses a great voice, charismatic stage presence and an arsenal of hit songs. Concert-goers can expect to hear songs such as "Hit Me With Your Best Shot," "Love is a Battlefield," "We Belong," "Shadows of the Night" and "Heartbreaker."
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $45 and $65. The show begins 8 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at the House of Blues at Showboat Casino-Hotel.