Quality Inn & Suites
3320 East Idaho Street
Elko, NV 89801
Phone: (775) 777-8000
Fax: (775) 777-8005
3320 East Idaho Street, Elko, NV, US, 89801
- Phone: (775) 777-8000
- Fax: (775) 777-8005
October 04, 2014 7:00 PM
Scotty McCreery is a country singer from North Carolina whoreceivedhis big break when he won the tenth season of American Idol in 2011. Starting his musical pursuits while in high school by joining a vocalensemble, McCreery soonrealizedhis affinity for music. Singing countrytenor, McCreery soon began entering local talentcompetitionsand winning them--prompting him toauditionfor American Idol when it conducted atalentsearch near him. After winning, McCreery released his debut LP, Clear as Day, in 2011, a country-influenced pop album that managed to sell extremely well, earning platinum status in the United States.
October 10, 2014 9:00 PM
The daughter of legendary country singer Mel Tillis, Pam Tillis has carried on her father's legacy for modern listeners with a strong career all her own. Raised in the country music hub of Nashville, she was musically inclined and playing various instruments by the time she hit her teens. As 16, she was in a tragic car accident that left her with multiple life-threatening injuries. After a series of successful surgical reconstruction surgeries however, Tillis was back on her feet and more committed than ever to finding success with her country roots and powerful voice. Back in Nashville, her work as a songwriter found her songs being picked up by the likes of Martina McBride, Gloria Gaynor and Conway Twitty. But it's her solo work, a combination of vocal country and twangy pop ballads, that has made her a country music star as well-revered as her father.
October 24, 2014 9:00 PM
Josh Turner is an American country music singer. He signed a record deal in 2003 and has released four albums since. His debut album, Long Black Train, was a huge success. A devout Christian, Josh got his start singing in a church choir. Even early in his career, Josh was nominated for several awards.
October 25, 2014 7:00 PM
After winning the season two finals of the smash-hit TV show America's Got Talent, Terry Fator has become a kind of a legend among aspiring ventriloquists and impersonators worldwide. With a repertoire of over 100 different ventriloquial impersonations, 16 different puppets and an undeniably powerful, dynamic singing voice, Fator has breathed new life into the fading art form. After winning America's Got Talent in 2007, he landed a headlining gig at The Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas where the venue has been renamed the Terry Fator Theatre.
October 31, 2014 9:00 PM
After a semi-final appearance on NBC's Last Comic Standing in 2006, Gabriel Iglesias quickly collected a fan base with a busy touring schedule and his hybrid-style of comedy that incorporates sound effects, storytelling and one-liners. Regularly working with plenty of self-deprecating humor, Iglesias refers to himself as "fluffy" when describing his above-average weight--a catchphrase that has caught on very successfully with his fans. The quick sound effects and assortment of voices that accompany his narratives give his stand-up sets a unique quality that mainstream comedy fans can't seem to get enough of.
November 01, 2014 7:00 PM
Hailing from South Carolina The Marshall Tucker Band helped establish the genre of Southerm rock with its fusion of rhythm and blues, country, gospel and jazz with rock music. Formed in 1972, the band's constantly changing lineup originally included lead guitarist Toy Caldwell, vocalist Doug Gray, guitarist George McCorkel, keyboardist Jerry Eubanks, drummer Paul Riddle and bassist Tommy Caldwell. The Marshall Tucker Band released its self-titled debut in 1973 and began touring extensively, playing up to 300 shows a year for the next decade. After seven studio album with its long time label Capricorn, the band released its eight album, and first of six with Warner Bros. Records, titled Running Like the Wind in 1979. With well over two dozen albums in its discography, The Marshall Tucker Band has proven itself to be a lasting act that has overcome and adapted to several changes in its personnel and in the music industry.
November 07, 2014 9:00 PM
Lewis Black is a stand-up comedian from Silver Spring, MD who, aside from his stand-up comedy shows, is perhaps best known for his irreverant commentary segment on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart entitled "Back in Black." Black's trademark, disgruntled-to-the-verge-of-insanity comic style made him one of Comedy Central's biggest talents since he premiered his own special on the network in 1998. Since then, Black has continued his thoroughly successful career with the network, as well as his career in stand-up, which produced a Grammy Award winning comedy album of his groundbreaking Carnegie Hall performance in 2007.
November 08, 2014 7:00 PM
November 14, 2014 9:00 PM
The soft rock duo known as Air Supply is composed of guitarist Graham Russell and singer/songwriter Russell Hitchcock. The artists met in 1975 while working on a theatrical production of Jesus Christ Superstar in Melbourne, Australia and, along with Chrissie Hammond, they forged a musical bond and began to create harmony-heavy soft rock ballads. Hammond left the group early on, forcing Russell and Hitchcock to run through various band mates and temporary accompanists while compiling a steady stream of adult-contemporary radio classics along the way. The group enjoyed a period of strong stateside success in the early 1980s, racking up several hits including "All Out of Love" and "Lost In Love." Though Russell and Hitchcock both own successful solo careers, they continue to create and perform as Air Supply.
November 15, 2014 7:00 PM
"If I said you had a beautiful body, would you hold it against me" was just one highly successful song out of 70 singles by The Bellamy Brothers. Homer and David Bellamy started playing together when they were just youngsters in their small hometown of Darby, Florida, but didn't get their first big break until a friend of theirs recorded a silly song they had written in 1974. Two years later the two brothers would get their shot at fame with the release of the hit song "Let Your Love Flow," a tune that not only America was feeling at the time but also the UK, who really made sales skyrocket.
November 21, 2014 9:00 PM
Since 1990, country singer Travis Tritt has been releasing records that seek to marry his love of r&b and gospel with that of the South's rich country and blues history. The bulk of Tritt's catalog is devoted to love ballads, most of which are lead by Tritt's own acoustic guitar melodies and sparse additional production. Like many country music stars Tritt has helped define, the music is almost always centers on love, loss and faith subjects that are most closely rooted in early r&b and gospel traditions.
November 22, 2014 6:00 PM
Texas actor, comedian and musician Rodney Carrington has made a name for himself as one of the few Southern comedians willing to explore other forms of live performance. Combining music into his humor, Carrington adeptly explores the stereotypes of both country music and country living. Carrington tours frequently as a result of his varied live performances, as well as his consistently released live albums and DVDs.