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’90s stars return to glory at Peek

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Feeling nostalgic for nightclub hits of yesteryear? Harrah’s Lake Tahoe has the remedy this weekend, when Vanilla Ice, Sisqó and Naughty by Nature perform at Peek Nightclub.

Mark Althavean Andrews, aka Sisqó, is an original member of R&B group Dru Hill, who had Top 40 hits in the ’90s. Group members decided to embark on individual singing careers in 1999 and Sisqó released his debut solo album “Unleash the Dragon” in November of that year. That album’s second single, “Thong Song” reached No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, while its follow up, “Incomplete,” reached No. 1.

Sisqó will appear at Peek Nightclub Friday, May 24.

Rapper Vanilla Ice, born Robert Matthew Van Winkle, is best known for his hit song “Ice Ice Baby.” The first hip-hop song to top the Billboard charts, “Ice Ice Baby” was initially released as a B-side to the singer’s cover of “Play That Funky Music” before gaining massive radio popularity worldwide.

Vanilla Ice will perform at Peek Nightclub Saturday, May 25.

New Jersey hip-hop trio Naughty By Nature, the act that gave the world “O.P.P.,” rounds out the weekend. The group has numerous hit records, including their self-titled second album, “19 Naughty III” and “Poverty’s Paradise,” which won a Grammy in 1996. Since their golden years in the mid-1990s, the group has kept up its collaboration with other artists and has continued to play live shows. They perform at Peek Nightclub May 26.

Josh Sweigert, Lake Tahoe Action

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