On Saturday, April 25th, entertainer Wes Winters will celebrate four years of performing in the Grandview Lounge at the South Point Hotel Casino and Spa, where he has presented approximately 400 shows to enthusiastic audiences. The anniversary party begins at 5 p.m. with a meet and greet, and complimentary cake and champagne. A performance by Winters will follow from 6 to 9 p.m.
The award-winning Wes Winters is a versatile entertainer who sets the stage at the South Point Hotel Casino and Spa in the Grandview Lounge for an exciting evening of live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night from 6 to 9. In addition to his ongoing weekend shows at the South Point, Winters performs at the Rampart Casino’s Addison’s Lounge in Summerlin (see www.weswinters.com for show dates and times).
Wes Winters has performed professionally for 28 years. In February 2003, he relocated to Las Vegas from his hometown of Kansas City. After entering and winning the Liberace Play-A-Like Contest that same year, Wes conceived, wrote, produced and starred in A Musical Tribute to Liberace, and created the Wes Winters Showroom at the famed Liberace Museum.
Honored with numerous awards, A Musical Tribute to Liberace ran in the cabaret at the museum for nearly five years, providing income for the Liberace Foundation. That was followed by a limited engagement on the Las Vegas Strip in the 500-seat theater at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.
Winters owns 88 Key Productions, a full service audio and video recording studio. He has produced seven solo recordings: Las Vegas Saturday Night (’09), Piano Favorites (’05), and Wes Winters Live(’05). Send Down an Angel (’01) is comprised of music and lyrics which are all original works by Wes, reflecting events in his personal life. Other recordings include Wes Winters Christmas, Light the Lights and Curtain Up.
Winters busy schedule includes concert tour dates and private, corporate and convention performances, not only in Las Vegas but throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and South America.
To quote Dr. Steven Toy, Music Editor and Critic for Variety, “Wes Winters’ future is bright. Go catch him on the ladder on the way up to stardom.”