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Rock 'n' roll legends ring in the holidays at Spotlight 29 Casino

5 December 2011

COACHELLA, California -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Three of Rock 'n' Roll's greatest singer/songwriters of all-time will share the Spotlight 29 Showroom stage on Friday, December 16th to perform their string of unforgettable, memory-making hits and holiday tunes as part of the 2011 Jingle Bell Rock Tour.

All tickets for the Jingle Bell Rock Tour are $30 each. Tickets are also available for purchase at Spotlight's Club 29 Monday-Wednesday 10am-8pm, the Spotlight 29 Gift Shop Thursday-Sunday 10am-8pm, and the Spotlight Showroom Box Office 1:30pm-9:30pm on the day of the show. Club 29 members receive 10% off the ticket price when purchased on site at the casino.

The Jingle Bell Rock show features Eddie Money, Lou Gramm – the voice of Foreigner – and Mickey Thomas of Starship. The concert promises to be a one-of-a-kind, "must-see" as Eddie, Lou and Mickey sing the classics they've become known for, some renditions of holiday classics as well as a few surprises. The three superstars will share the same band and often appear together on stage, taking turns showcasing their musicianship as proficient instrumentalists and singing backup for one another. In an effort to spread joy to those less fortunate and share the spirit of the season, the artists have plans to give back to the community in the form of cash and food donations to local charities.

About Eddie Money:
Eddie Money had his first taste of success in the late '70s with singles such as "Baby Hold On" and "Two Tickets To Paradise." It was in the '80s that "The Money Man" came to forefront of popular culture. Money also released the hit singles "Shakin'" and "Think I'm In Love."

About Lou Gramm:
Among the most distinctive and powerful voices to emerge from Rock and Top 40 radio, Lou Gramm – the lead vocalist and co-writer of the multi-platinum band Foreigner had hits like "Feels Like The First Time," "I Want To Know What Love Is," and "Jukebox Hero."

About Mickey Thomas:
Mickey Thomas, with Starship, had hits including "We Built This City," "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," "No Way Out" and "Sara."

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