GoldBoot (Photo provided by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas)
American Cream (Photo provided by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas)
Almost Normal (Photo provided by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
Three Las Vegas-based bands will get the spotlight treatment on the Strip later this summer.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will present bands GoldBoot, American Cream and Almost Normal in a one-night showcase on Thursday, July 3 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets, which start at $5, go on sale Friday.
The concert is slated for the property's outdoor Boulevard Pool stage.
The show, which is being touted as part of the Strip resort's Set Your Life to Music series, is a follow-up to a similar local music night presented in 2013.
In the resort's announcement, the Cosmopolitan explained each band's sound with the following:
Disco-pop duo, GoldBoot has been creating buzz with its catchy ballads and addictive synthesizers that get feet moving all over the Western United States. Made up of Logan Lanning and Bobby Lucy, the band delivers music that is all the glamour and lights of the Vegas Strip, juxtaposed with heartfelt songwriting and real stories.
It's rare to find four musicians who are equally devoted to something as much as American Cream. A talented group of artists with a comprehensive, unified goal, American Cream seeks to resurrect the classic rock and roll sound of the sixties and seventies and combine it with the unforgettable and timeless of indie rock today.
The musical talents of Andrew Zakher and Ashley Lampman combine in Almost Normal. The alternative band boasts an evolved sound created out of a mixture of acoustic and percussive elements along with keyboards.
Monday, July 28 2014 1:54 AM EDT2014-07-28 05:54:28 GMT
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