Scene and Heard


Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on February 12, 2013

Legenday Comedian and actor Sinbad will be the feature entertainer on February 23rd at 7pm in the Showroom at Horseshoe Southern Indiana.  He will be joined by local funny woman Teri Moore.  


Sinbad became well known in the 1990s from being featured on his own HBO specials, appearing on several television series such as A Different World and The Sinbad Show, and starring in the films Necessary Roughness, Houseguest, First Kid, Jingle All the Way and Good Burger.



Teri Moore – Life has always been my platform to make people feel happy and laugh no matter WHERE I’m at. Sitting in a hair salon joking about life was where I got my start. The “LEGENDARY SINBAD” WAS sitting in a hair salon while I was waiting for my service appt. He would laugh when I would say stuff, and finally he stood up to leave and said come down to the Improv and open for me…the rest is history!! …

Comedian and opening act for the “LEGENDARY SINBAD”…YEP IT’S TRUE!! I’ve opened for Sinbad to sold out crowds in Atlantic City on Boardwalk, three city tours and a host of other shows.

Guests can access Ticketmaster through to purchase tickets.


Hosts will have a limited number of tickets available for complimentary booking.


Retail Will Call tickets will be available at the day of show box office at Ticketmaster Will Call after 4:00 pm. Customers must present the actual credit card, a picture ID and the confirmation number.  

Offer tickets obtained through a Casino Host or VIP Services will be available the day of the show at Casino Guest Will Call between 4:00 pm and show start time.


The day of show Box Office and Casino Guest Will Call are located in The Pavilion across from The Paula Deen Buffet.


Hours of operation: Open at 4:00pm on days of shows.


Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on February 12, 2013
Singer Is Currently In Studio Recording With Jeff Tweedy

The legendary Mavis Staples performed last night at the 55th Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The revered singer appeared on stage for a moving tribute to the late singer/drummer Levon Helm of The Band. Along with Elton John, Zac Brown, Brittany Howard from Alabama Shakes, Mumford & Sons and T Bone Burnett who served as musical director, Staples belted out a moving rendition of The Band’s beloved song “The Weight.” The song has been an essential part of Staple’s own live set since she sang it with Helm and The Band for their farewell show captured in the 1976 film The Last Waltz.
At the end of the song, Staple’s rousing vocals earned her some impromptu applause from the musicians on stage and a reverent kiss on the hand from none other than Elton John. Soon after a number of prominent sources including  Questlove, Wanda Sykes, magazine The Fader, journalists Nelson George and Dream Hampton and others tweeted enthusiastically about Staple’s Grammy night performance.
A Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Staples is currently in the studio with Jeff Tweedy (Wilco) working on her upcoming 2013 release. The album will be the highly follow up to her critically lauded album You Are Not Alone which was also produced by Tweedy and won a Grammy Award in the Best Americana Album vocal or Instrumental category. The record was described by Time Magazine as “Gorgeous” and by Spin as “Inspired.” Rolling Stone listed Staples as one of the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time.

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