MICHAEL B. LEVIN -FRANK
From Old Blue Eyes to blue-eyed soul, multi-talented Michael B. Levin has it all!

Born in the Bronx and raised in Brooklyn, Michael always enjoyed entertaining his family and friends. He graduated from Lincoln High School along with other esteemed alumni like Arthur Miller, Mel Brooks, Neil Diamond, and Neil Sedaka. He started playing the drums professionally at sixteen, making him the only “singing drummer” in Brooklyn. He would play in clubs he wasn’t old enough to be in. He also played for wedding bands along with the “Goodfellas” on the weekends, once performing just a few feet away from John Gotti.

Michael has shared stages with Jeff Foxworthy, Carlos Mencia, Paul Rodriguez, and Donna Summer. He’s starred in the long-running Vegas show “The Rat Pack is Back” as “Sinatra” and has toured Europe as well as played casinos from Arizona to Yosemite.

STEVE WADDINGTON – DEAN
Close your eyes, and you’ll almost swear it was “Dino” singing all his hits. Open your eyes, and you won’t believe how much fun you’ll have watching this entertainer create the illusion of one of our most beloved icons.

Steve Waddington has appeared in TV and film, most notably with Kurt Russell in Breakdown and with Kirk Douglas and Craig T. Nelson in Take Me Home Again. Steve toured with the legendary Wolfman Jack as lead singer of the 50’s revival band “Cruis’n,” and with his all-original concert act “Steve One and the Shades,” releasing their debut album “Once in a Lifetime,” which received rave critical reviews.

A veteran of clubs, casinos, film, television, and events, and known for his wickedly funny, spot-on impersonations of Elvis and Johnny Cash, Steve’s been a headline performer at Hollywood’s “Feast of San Genarro” the last four years.

LAMBUS DEAN – Sammy
Lambus Dean, a native of Chicago, has been performing professionally since 1976. Dean has performed as lead singer in several of the best known Vegas shows and has traveled extensively in the U.S.—including almost every casino in Las Vegas—and in Europe starring in tributes to Sammy Davis, Jr.

He produced his own production entitled “A Musical Journey on Route 66” at the Westward Ho casino in 2004. He came in second place in a national television show entitled, America’s Most Talented Senior on NBC in 2003. Dean also played the lead character in a re-creation production of “Golden Boy” for the West Las Vegas Library Art Center. When not portraying Sammy, he performs with the Las Vegas Tenors.

On Sale: January 18, 2019
Duration: Approximately 75 – 90min

  • Platinum
  • Elite
  • Diamond
  • Black
  • Gold
Platinum Membership

When you earn 10,000 points* you’ll have access to all the casino benefits of the Gold card plus additional discounts at all our restaurants and more.

HINT: CLICK THE CARDS TO LEARN MORE
JOIN CLUB SYCUAN

GET REWARDED FOR PLAYING!

LEARN MORE ABOUT CLUB SYCUAN