Gladys Knight, the Legendary Empress of Soul ("Midnight Train to Georgia")
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The last date listed for Gladys Knight was Saturday October 5, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Give Wayne Newton a violin, a banjo, a guitar, a trumpet, a piano -- he'll play them all, completely by ear, often in the same song. Or just hand the man a microphone and he can belt out the hits like "Danke Schoen," "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" or "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" in his inimitable tenor, as glorious as ever. Now, "Mr. Las Vegas" himself, the man who had a hit record when Elvis Presley was still driving a truck, comes to wow audiences anew at the Saban Theatre. Discover why more than 40 million people have watched this musical sensation perform live during this compelling, intimate concert. Learn More
We went to Banderas on Wilshire, in Westwood and the food was great and their prices are very reasonable.The sister restarant to Houtons. The afro/American mngr.was so kind and attentive( and her staff) to us too. I recommend this place for anyone that loves great food and service! Oh! parking is $7- but there's a lot of street parking all around there.Debbie Allen's Brothers of the Knight dining • Sep 13 2014 star this tip starred
The weather was Always dress dressy and nice. You're going to a theatre. I wore A long 2 pc. outfit that was dressy and I received compliments too. People lets dress again like they use to do, years ago!.Debbie Allen's Brothers of the Knight dress • Sep 13 2014 star this tip starred
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Gladys put on an incredible show with the energy of a woman half her age! Her voice is even better now and her stage presence and confidence radiate from her. It was a show not to be missed and I will definitely go see her again when she performs in the area.
Known as the “Empress of Soul,” Gladys Knight is most famously known for her huge hit “Midnight Train to Georgia.” She is the first African-American performer to have a venue named after her in Las Vegas, The Gladys Knight Theater at the Tropicana Hotel. She was honored with the “Legend Award” at the 2011 Soul Train Awards, and most recently appeared on “Dancing With The Stars.”
A tireless humanitarian, Ms Knight is an iconic supporter of the Boys & Girls Club of America and has performed to benefit AIDS research, and for numerous charitable causes. Adored the world over, Knight’s moving live shows garner her enthusiastic ovations from audiences around the globe.