WARREN, Mich.– Andiamo Celebrity Showroom, which brings together exciting Vegas-style entertainment to an intimate 800-seat venue, announces its star-studded 2016 winter lineup.
Tickets for these shows are on sale now and can be purchased at www.andiamoshowroom.com, call the Andiamo Box Office at 586-268-3200 or through Ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000.
(RESCHEDULED) Three Dog Night – Friday, January 22, 2016 at 8 p.m. Tickets: $25- $79
Legendary music icons, Three Dog Night, celebrate four decades of the most astonishing statistics in popular music. In the years 1969 through 1974, no other group achieved more top 10 hits, moved more records or sold more concert tickets than Three Dog Night. They have entertained millions and earned 12 gold albums and recorded 21 consecutive Billboard Top 40 hits, seven of which went gold. Hits include “Mama Told Me Not to Come”, “Joy to the World”, and “Black and White”.
The hit filled concerts are performed for generation-spanning audiences Danny Hutton (founder/lead vocalist), Michael Allsup (guitar), Paul Kingery (bass/vocals), Pat Bautz (drums), and Eddie Reasoner (keyboards). Following the death of singer Cory Wells in 2015, the band invited David Morgan to join as a vocalist.
Bridget Everett - Saturday, January 23rd Tickets: $45, $30, $25
Bridget Everett has been called "the most exciting performer in New York City" on the cover of the Village Voice, and "raw and riotous" by The New York Times. Her film and television credits include Inside Amy Schumer, Girls, Sex and the City, Trainwreck and the upcoming Netflix series "Lady Dynamite".
Avery Sunshine WSG/ Anthony David and Algebra Blesset - Saturday, January 30th Tickets: $60, $50, $25
Avery’s feel-good tunes have helped plump her portfolio with accolades including a turn as choral director on the theatrical production of “Dream Girls,” featuring Jennifer Holliday. Her videos “All in My Head” and “Ugly” landed heavy rotation on Music Choice, VH1 Soul and Centric. And she’s toured with Ledisi and shared the stage with Kem, Musiq Soulchild, Eric Benet, Rachelle Ferrell, and the legendary B.B. King, among others. “Ugly Part of Me” also graced the Top 15 on the Urban Adult Chart via Media Base.
Jim Freeman - Friday, February 12th Tickets: $30, $20
Jim Freeman, The King of Raunch & Roll, is a veritable cultural fixture in the Detroit area. Freeman has performed for nearly four decades around the Detroit area. He has also performed in Chicago and Las Vegas, but always makes his way back to Detroit. Jim Freeman's raw, deliberately offensive style keeps his fans always coming back for more!
Elvis to the Max - Saturday, February 13th Tickets: $49, $40, $25
Elvis To The Max is one of the world's best-praised tribute artists. A professional actor, his show endorsed by Graceland. You are not prepared for the immaculate portrayal of The King. As Sanja Meegin reports to the Elvis Information Network online: "The way Max Pellicano captures the magnetism of Elvis is extraordinary ... he has studied every little Elvis nuance. It is not just his fabulous voice but every inflection & move that makes you revel in the presence of The King."
Peabo Bryson - Sunday, February 14th Tickets: $75, $65, $25
Peabo Bryson is among the world's most dynamic and gifted vocal talents. His career spans from the mid 60's to today. The two time Grammy winner's hits include “Feel The Fire” and “Can You Stop The Rain.” Peabo Byson has also had many memorable collaborations including his duets with Celine Dion on “Beauty & The Beast” and Regina Bell on “A Whole New World.”
Tony N' Tina's Wedding - Friday, February 19th Tickets: $63
At this show, audience members play the roles of Tony n' Tina's family and friends. This incredible evening will be something you'll be talking about for years. Ticket includes: champagne toast, gourmet Italian dinner, wedding cake and entertainment.
Andrew Dice Clay - Friday, March 18th Tickets: $79, $69, $59, $25
Andrew “Dice” Clay, “The Undisputed Heavy Weight King of Comedy” is one of the most outrageous comics of all time. Dice was the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row. He has also appeared in films and television shows including Entourage and Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine. The hilarious Andrew Dice Clay has numerous best selling DVDs and has been featured in several HBO & Showtime specials.
The Guess Who – Saturday, March 19th Tickets: $69, $59, $49, $25
With top charting hits that include “American Woman” and “These Eyes,” The Guess Who is a Canadian rock band that became widely recognized in the U.S. in the late 60s and early 70s. The group has multiple Gold albums and various U.S. top 10 hits. Together, partners Peterson and original bassist, songwriter, and founding member, Jim Kale, have been performing as The Guess Who for over 50 years. Joining them onstage are veteran musicians keyboard player/flutist Leonard Shaw, lead guitarist Will Evankovich, and lead vocalist/guitarist Derek Sharp.
The Temptations - Friday, April 22nd Tickets: $69, $59, $49, $25
For more than forty years, The Temptations have prospered, propelling popular music with a series of smash hits, and sold-out performances throughout the world. An essential component of the original Motown machine, The Temptations began their musical life in Detroit in the early sixties. Still performing today, the current lineup consists of Otis Williams, Ron Tyson, Terry Weeks, Joe Herndon, Bruce Williamson.
Dr. Dirty, John Valby - Saturday, April 23rd Tickets: $49, $40, $25
When Dr. Dirty isn't playing and singing, he yells obscenities, the audience yells back and everyone has a good time!
The Andiamo Celebrity Showroom is located at 7096 E. 14 Mile Road in Warren.
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