MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET Welcomed Stratosphere Headliner Frankie Moreno For One-Night-Only Jam Session Oct. 1
Last night (Oct. 1, 2013), Stratosphere headliner Frankie Moreno joined the cast of the smash-hit musical MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET at Harrah’s Las Vegas for a special guest encore appearance, performing the Jerry Lee Lewis hit,“Rockin’ My Life Away.” To view a video of the performance, click here: http://youtu.be/gYlSFncKHQ4.
Moreno took the stage following the finale of MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET where he was welcomed with applause and cheering from the packed Showroom. One of the highlights of the performance included a moment where Moreno and Martin Kaye (Jerry Lee Lewis) engaged in “piano four hands,” where each was playing simultaneously.
Named “Headliner of the Year in Las Vegas,” Moreno is a classically trained musician and entertainer, making him a natural fit to add to the line-up of Strip headliners who have joined MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET to celebrate the music of the production’s era through live jam sessions. Previous entertainers that have graced the stage with the cast include Bally’s Las Vegas headliner and one-woman vocal phenomenon, Véronic DiCaire, and “American Idol” winner Taylor Hicks.