If you thought comedian and talk show host Jay Leno retired after many years as the host of “The Tonight Show” to put his feet up and rest on his laurels, you’ll be pleased to see this indefatigable performer on the stage of the Tuacahn Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, March 25. With a reputation as one of the nicest people in show business and one of the hardest working, Leno’s personable style and work ethic have earned him a following of millions of fans. He routinely performs more than 100 live appearances in nightclubs, theaters and stadiums annually, now including his little side trip from Las Vegas to Southern Utah in mid-March.
Also on the Tuacahn stage in mid-March, Graham Russell, known for his soaring tenor voice; and, Russell Hitchcock, for his majestic musical compositions, known jointly as Air Supply, will rock the house on Saturday, March 28.
At one time equalling the world famous Beatles’ run of 7 top-five singles, Air Supply’s 1980 release of “Lost in Love” became the fastest selling single in the world and rose to the top of the charts to become “Song of the Year.” The talented duo’s albums Lost in Love, The One That You Love, Now and Forever, and their Greatest Hits album collectively sold more than 20 million copies.
These popular entertainers will most likely sell out quickly at Tuacahn, so if you want to be in the audience, don’t wait to reserve tickets online at tuacahn.org.
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