Rock revue to play at Harveys Lake Tahoe
If you go
What: The Flaming Hearts — A Rock Revue
When: 7 p.m. Thursday, April 14, and Friday, April 15
Where: Harveys Cabaret
A new rock ’n‘ roll revue comes to Harveys Lake Tahoe for a two-night stand this week.
The Flaming Hearts-A Rock Revue plays in the Harveys Cabaret Thursday and Friday, April 14-15.
“Champagne Productions brings generations of Rock ‘n’ Roll music and pays tribute to some iconic classic songs, singers and musicians,” according to a press release for the show. “The Flaming Hearts-A Rock Revue is a heart-pumping rock show equipped with six dancers, pole artist Featherpistol from San Francisco, local guitarist Joel O’Connor with singer Lindsay Cheek of their duo Bread & Butter and, last but not least, drummer Jay Larson from Reno. The six dancers step on stage with adrenaline and strength while keeping their cool, sexy demeanor. These vixens of rock grab the attention of the audience with stunning choreography to match the energy of the music. We will represent this genre as we have an undoubted amount of respect for it, while this extremely talented cast comes together for a great night in Rock ‘n’ Roll.”
Harveys Cabaret is located on the main floor of Harveys Lake Tahoe at U.S. Highway 50 and Stateline Avenue in Stateline. Tickets are available at http://cptahoe.com or by calling 530-318-8810 or 775-588-2411.
“Flaming Hearts is a part of the live music initiative currently happening in Tahoe/Reno now. We bring you rockstars and showgirls on to one stage for a hands-down gritty and high-energy show,” said Jessica Broyles, owner of Champagne Productions and producer of the revue.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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