Rocker Dave Mason at Sunset Station

Nov 28, 2000 2:39 AM

Rocker Dave Mason at Sunset Station
Legendary rocker Dave Mason performs at Sunset Station’s Club Madrid, Friday at 7 and 9 p.m. Tickets are $17.50, $22.50 and $27.50. Mason’s nearly 30-year career encompasses producing, performing and writing. "Alone Together," "Let It Flow" and "We Just Disagree" are just three of his classics. He also penned "Feeling All Right," considered a rock ‘n roll anthem and recorded by over 300 artists, during his tenure with the classic group Traffic. In 1993, he joined Fleetwood Mac and toured the world. Mason keeps his music fresh by touring, when not working with Fleetwood Mac, and continues to write songs for film.

Hilton Celebrates NFR
Jeff Foxworthy, the ultimate "redneck," kicks off the Las Vegas Hilton’s NFR lineup, Nov. 30 – Dec. 3, in the Hilton Theater. He will be followed by Brooks & Dunn (Dec. 4-6) and Clint Black (Dec. 7-9). Foxworthy gave up a successful career in management with IBM to record the top-selling album, You Might Be A Redneck if . . . . Released in 1994, it quickly achieved triple platinum status. He eventually landed appearances on cable TV specials and his own TV show. His fourth album, Totally Committed, has received critical praise. Brooks & Dunn are established as one of country’s premier duos. Their debut album sold three million copies and yielded four chart-topping singles, including the line-dancing hit, "Boot Scottin’ Boogie." They won CMA’s Duo of the Year, Best Vocal Duo and Entertainer of the Year awards. Clint Black has been a chart king for nearly a decade. Over that span he’s won Grammy awards and has recorded more than two dozen Top 10 hits -- 19 of them reaching No. 1. His latest album, D’lectrified, is a collection of cover songs, which have been collaborated with Kenny Loggins, Bruce Hornsby, Steve Wariner, Edgar Winter and Waylon Jennings. Each of the artist’s shows is at 10:30 p.m. Tickets are $45, $55 and $65.

Susan Anton plays Stratosphere
Multi-talented Susan Anton will appear in the Broadway Showroom at the Stratosphere Tower, Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Anton recently co-starred in the "Great Radio City Music Hall Spectacular" with the Rockettes, which played the Flamingo Las Vegas. She began her career on Broadway in the play, "Hurlyburly," directed by Mike Nichols. She has also starred in a variety of Broadway shows such as Tommy Tune’s award-winning musical, "The Will Rogers Follies," and the Neil Simon-Marvin Hamlisch musical, "They’re Playing Our Song." Tickets for Susan Anton, who appears at 8 p.m. Thursday, 7 and 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, are $19.50.

Country Sensation Toby Keith at Railhead
Country sensation Toby Keith returns to Boulder Station’s Railhead, Nov. 30-Dec. 2. In little more than a decade, Oklahoma-bred Keith has been an oil field hand, a defensive end with a semi-pro football team, and an Oklahoma honky tonk sensation. His diverse background added depth to his writing and singing, which likely earned him eight No. 1 hit singles, plus gold and platinum albums. His most recent CD is How Do You Like Me Now. Keith will sing its title song to open the NFR at the Thomas & Mack Center. He has also recorded such signature hits as "Should’ve Been A Cowboy," "We Were In Love," "A Little Less Talk and A Lot More Action," and the ballad, "Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine On You." Keith performs at 8 p.m. Thursday, 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $30, $35 and $40.

Club Madrid hosts Marshall Tucker Band
The Marshall Tucker Band takes the stage at Sunset Station’s Club Madrid on Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m. Over several incarnations, the long-running band has performed a variety of music from rock to country to rhythm and blues. The band’s current release, Gospel, and 1998’s Face Down in the Blues are testaments to their versatility. Among the band’s classic releases are "Long Hard Ride," "Carolina Dreams" and "Running Like the Wind." Each achieved gold-record status. The band still performs about 150 shows a year. They concede that many of their current fans are probably kids of the fans they had in the ‘70s and ‘80s.