Nathan Owens Motown Legends to perform at the Harrah’s Lake Tahoe South Shore Room
Ryan Summerlin June 26, 2014
If you go
What: Nathan Owens Motown Legends
When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28
Where: Harrah’s Lake Tahoe
Tickets: $25.30 plus fees
Everyone from the Four Tops to the Temptations to Gladys Knight and the Pips to Smokey Robinson will be represented at a performance at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe this weekend.
The 10-piece Nathan Owens Motown Legends returns to the South Shore Saturday, bringing the classic sounds of Motown with them.
“From the first song to the last song, this Motown show has the best dancing songs and costumes. With its nonstop movement it has more fun than a three ring circus,” according to Harrah’s Lake Tahoe.
One reviewer said their favorite moment from a previous show by the group at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe was when they closed with a rendition of “We Are The World.”
“Great energy from the entire group,” according to the review on www.ticketmaster.com. “Very entertaining, very fun and positive and talented. Tina Turner Tribute and Michael Jackson’s were beyond amazing. We really enjoyed ourselves and felt very happy and jazzed after the show. They also did a meet and greet after the show, so we got to get up and close and personal with autographs and hugs. They all gelled well together, socially and musically.”
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