105.7’s Old School Party Jam Featuring Top Artists of the ‘80s and ‘90s Comes to Orleans Arena Oct. 21

 

105.7’s Old School Party Jam Featuring Top Artists of the ‘80s and ‘90s Comes to Orleans Arena Oct. 21

 

Top hip hop, R&B, pop and soul artists of the ‘80s and ‘90s will bring their greatest hits to 105.7’s Old School Party Jam at the Orleans Arena on Saturday, Oct. 21. Featured artists include Morris Day and The Time, Club Nouveau, Money B and Young Hump of Digital Underground, Midnight Star, Jalil & Exstasy of Whodini, Sugar Hill Gang, Dazz Band and JJ Fad.

Formed in 1981 in Minneapolis, Morris Day and The Time helped create the Minneapolis sound, mixing soul, dance, funk and rock ‘n’ roll in their music. The band rose to fame through their work with the late pop legend Prince, as well as with their tops hits “Jerk Out,” “Jungle Love,” “The Bird,” “777-9311” and “Cool (Part One).” In 1990, the group released their album “Pandemonium,” which hit the Top 20 in the United States. Morris Day and The Time’s most recent album “Condensate,” was released in 2011. The group’s current lineup includes Morris Day, Jellybean Johnson, Monte Moir, Torrell “Tori” Ruffin, Christian Crooks and Ricky “Freeze” Smith.

Club Nouveau burst into the R&B and pop music scenes in 1986, releasing their debut album “Lie, Love and Pain.” The album scored four consecutive hits, including “Jealousy,” “Situation #9,” “Why You Treat Me So Bad” and a cover to Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me” that hit No. 1 on the Billboard pop chart and won the group a Grammy award. In 1988, Club Nouveau began releasing albums raising awareness of social issues, including the dancehall-influenced version of “Oh Happy Day.” The group went on the release several notable hits, including “Let It Go,” “You Ain’t No Friend of Mine,” and “What Kind of Love.” The group’s lineup includes original members Valerie Watson English and Samuelle Prater, as well as Jay King.

Best known for their top hits “The Humpty Dance” and “Kiss You Back,” Digital Underground has performed their signature funky hip-hop sound since 1987. Founded by Shock-G, who is also known as his alter-ego Humpty Hump, the group released its first album, which went Platinum in 1990. Throughout their career, the group released six albums and two EPs, which included the hits “Doowutchyalike,” “Same Song,” “No Nose Job” and “The Return of the Crazy One.” Digital Underground is also known for helping launch the career of Tupac Shakur.

Rounding out the show’s lineup are Midnight Star, Jalil & Exstasy of Whodini, Sugar Hill Gang, Dazz Band and JJ Fad.

 

Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $39 plus tax and fees, and can be purchased by calling Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000; online at www.orleanscasino.com; or in-person at gift shops inside The Orleans, Suncoast, Gold Coast and Sam’s Town. Tickets may also be purchased the day of the show (depending upon availability) at the venue box office.

About Orleans Arena
The Orleans Arena, a Boyd Gaming facility located just west of the Las Vegas Strip, is one of the nation’s leading multi-purpose sports and entertainment facilities and the 2014 recipient of the Venue Excellence Award from the International Association of Venue Managers. In addition, the Orleans Arena is one of only a handful of arenas in the United States to achieve LEED Gold Certification and is part of the largest company in Nevada to achieve SHARP Certification for commitments to safe venue operations. According to Venues Today magazine, the Orleans Arena, which hosts more than 200 events each year, consistently ranks in the Top 10 for ticket sales in the United States and internationally among venues of similar size. These events include nationally touring concerts, NCAA basketball conference tournaments, family shows, motorsports and other unique events. For more information, call 702-365-7469 or visit www.OrleansArena.com. Stay connected to the Orleans Arena on Facebook and on Twitter (@orleansarena). The Orleans Arena is a property of Boyd Gaming. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Boyd Gaming is a leading diversified owner and operator of 24 gaming entertainment properties located in Nevada, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Additional news and information on Boyd Gaming can be found at www.boydgaming.com.

Get Ready to Dance to 80’s Favorites At “Second Chance Prom”

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Get Ready to Dance to 80’s Favorites At “Second Chance Prom”
En Vogue, Exposé and more come to the Orleans Arena May 14


Celebrated musical artists from the 1980s and 1990s will perform some of their greatest radio dance hits at the Orleans Arena for “Second Chance Prom,” a concert presented by SUNNY 106.5 on May 14.
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Vocal powerhouse Taylor Dayne just joined the lineup, and will bring her timeless hits “Love Will Lead You Back” and “Tell It to My Heart.” Dayne first hit the music scene in the late ‘80s, with her single “Tell It to My Heart” hitting dance charts internationally in the top 5, and later going Gold in the United States.

1990s sensations and multi-platinum-selling artists En Vogue will bring their numerous hits, including “Free Your Mind,” “Hold On” and “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It).” The group has sold more than 20 million records worldwide, and has been honored with three Soul Train Awards, two American Music Awards, seven MTV Video Music Awards and several Grammy Award nominations.

With their #1 smash hit “Seasons Change,” Exposé became the first girl group to have seven back-to-back top-10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in the late 80s and early 90s. Some of their best-known hits include “Point of No Return” and “I’ll Say Good-Bye for the Two of Us.”

One of the best-known teen pop sensations from the 1980s, Tiffany recorded her hit song “I Think We’re Alone Now” at the age of 15. She went on to release more Billboard Hot 100 hits, including “Could’ve Been” and her gender-swapped version of the Beatles hit, “I Saw Him Standing There.”

The Jets had numerous Billboard Hot 100 hits during the mid-to-late 1980s, including their five top-10 singles “Crush on You,” “You Got It All,” “Make It Real,” “Rocket 2 U” and “Cross My Broken Heart.”

Club Nouveau made a statement with their 1986 debut album, “Life, Love, and Pain,” which included four consecutive hits: “Jealousy,” which is an answer to Timex Social Club’s “Rumours,” “Situation #9,” “Why You Treat Me So Bad,” and their Grammy Award-winning song, “Lean on Me,” which became a Billboard Hot 100 hit.

Oregon natives Nu Shooz found fame with their songs “Point of No Return” and “I Can’t Wait,” which reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.

From his album “Time After Time,” which made it to #46 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Timmy T rose to fame with his 1991 single “One More Try,” which topped the Billboard charts at #1.

A surprise special guest will be announced at a later date. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available from $35 plus taxes and fees, and can be purchased by calling the Orleans Arena Box Office at 702.284.7777 or by visiting www.orleansarena.com.

About Orleans Arena­­­
The Orleans Arena, a Boyd Gaming facility located just west of the Las Vegas Strip, is one of the nation’s leading multi-purpose sports and entertainment facilities and the 2014 recipient of the Venue Excellence Award from the International Association of Venue Managers. In addition, the Orleans Arena is one of only a handful of arenas in the United States to achieve LEED Gold Certification and is part of the largest company in Nevada to achieve SHARP Certification for commitments to safe venue operations. According to Venues Today magazine, the Orleans Arena, which hosts more than 200 events each year, consistently ranks in the Top 10 for ticket sales in the United States and internationally among venues of similar size. These events include nationally touring concerts, NCAA basketball conference tournaments, family shows, motorsports and other unique events. For more information, call 702-365-7469 or visit www.OrleansArena.com. Stay connected to the Orleans Arena on Facebook (www.facebook.com/orleansarena) and on Twitter (@orleansarena). Additional news and information on Boyd Gaming can be found at www.boydgaming.com.

Get Ready to Dance to 80’s Favorites At “Second Chance Prom” at the Orleans Arena

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Get Ready to Dance to 80’s Favorites At “Second Chance Prom”
En Vogue, Exposé and more come to the Orleans Arena May 14

Celebrated musical artists from the 1980s and 1990s will perform some of their greatest radio dance hits at the Orleans Arena for “Second Chance Prom,” a concert presented by SUNNY 106.5 on May 14.

1990s sensations and multi-platinum-selling artists En Vogue will bring their numerous hits, including “Free Your Mind,” “Hold On” and “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It).” The group has sold more than 20 million records worldwide, and has been honored with three Soul Train Awards, two American Music Awards, seven MTV Video Music Awards and several Grammy Award nominations.

With their #1 smash hit “Seasons Change,” Exposé became the first girl group to have seven back-to-back top-10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in the late 80s and early 90s. Some of their best-known hits include “Point of No Return” and “I’ll Say Good-Bye for the Two of Us.”

One of the best-known teen pop sensations from the 1980s, Tiffany recorded her hit song “I Think We’re Alone Now” at the age of 15. She went on to release more Billboard Hot 100 hits, including “Could’ve Been” and her gender-swapped version of the Beatles hit, “I Saw Him Standing There.”

The Jets had numerous Billboard Hot 100 hits during the mid-to-late 1980s, including their five top-10 singles “Crush on You,” “You Got It All,” “Make It Real,” “Rocket 2 U” and “Cross My Broken Heart.”

Club Nouveau made a statement with their 1986 debut album, “Life, Love, and Pain,” which included four consecutive hits: “Jealousy,” which is an answer to Timex Social Club’s “Rumours,” “Situation #9,” “Why You Treat Me So Bad,” and their Grammy Award-winning song, “Lean on Me,” which became a Billboard Hot 100 hit.

Oregon natives Nu Shooz found fame with their songs “Point of No Return” and “I Can’t Wait,” which reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.

From his album “Time After Time,” which made it to #46 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Timmy T rose to fame with his 1991 single “One More Try,” which topped the Billboard charts at #1.

A surprise special guest will be announced at a later date. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available from $35 plus taxes and fees, and can be purchased by calling the Orleans Arena Box Office at 702.284.7777 or by visiting www.orleansarena.com.

About Orleans Arena­­­
The Orleans Arena, a Boyd Gaming facility located just west of the Las Vegas Strip, is one of the nation’s leading multi-purpose sports and entertainment facilities and the 2014 recipient of the Venue Excellence Award from the International Association of Venue Managers. In addition, the Orleans Arena is one of only a handful of arenas in the United States to achieve LEED Gold Certification and is part of the largest company in Nevada to achieve SHARP Certification for commitments to safe venue operations. According to Venues Today magazine, the Orleans Arena, which hosts more than 200 events each year, consistently ranks in the Top 10 for ticket sales in the United States and internationally among venues of similar size. These events include nationally touring concerts, NCAA basketball conference tournaments, family shows, motorsports and other unique events. For more information, call 702-365-7469 or visit www.OrleansArena.com. Stay connected to the Orleans Arena on Facebook (www.facebook.com/orleansarena) and on Twitter (@orleansarena). Additional news and information on Boyd Gaming can be found at www.boydgaming.com.