Las Vegas, NV, January 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Legendary Las Vegas lounge singer Jerry Tiffe will perform a dinner show at the Italian American Club in Las Vegas that will be shot to TV syndication by TV4U for syndication via the TVS Television Network.
The dinner show will take place on Saturday, January 28 and will feature Jerry Tiffe with his band playing a series of Las Vegas lounge standards. The show will be the second in the "Great Saloon Singers of Las Vegas" series. A similar dinner show with Las Vegas icon Denise Clemente was shot by TV4U at the Italian American Club in Las Vegas in December to kick off the series.
"We are thrilled to have Jerry Tiffe as a part of this program," said TV4U CEO Charry Kennedy. "Jerry Tiffe has sung at every major casino in Las Vegas for the past twenty years and he symbolizes the lounge acts of the golden era of Las Vegas."
The Italian American Club in Las Vegas was founded in 1960 and has been the "home away from home" for Las Vegas entertainment, sports, and political superstars throughout the past 52 years. TV4U has pacted with the club to shoot several different sports and entertainment shows to take advantage of the classic, vintage Las Vegas look that epitomizes the glory days of Las Vegas.
The Italian American Club is also the oldest Italian Restaurant in Las Vegas. The IAC features five star chef Franco Spinelli from Milan and is renowned for its authentic Italian cuisine.
The IAC is also the home of the "classic stars" of Las Vegas, many of whom have already been telecast by TV4U. Stars such as Pete Barbutti, Babe Pier, Dick Contino, Louie Anderson, Marty Allen, The Coasters, Denise Clemente, Lou DeMeis, Jerry Tiffe, and Lena Prima (daughter of Vegas icon Louis Prima) have recently appeared.
"We have brought the dinner show back to Las Vegas in our Sorrento Room," said IAC President Angelo Cassaro. "The heritage of Las Vegas is intertwined with our Italian American heritage, and we are proud to give all Las Vegas residents and visitors a chance to experience Las Vegas the way it was decades ago."
The Jerry Tiffe dinner show on January 28 at the IAC in Las Vegas will be edited into a TV special by the TVS Television Network and distributed to TV stations via TV syndication. It will also be available via TVS Home Video on DVD.
The shows will appear on TV4U.Com, the 48 channel IPTV network that provides almost 10,000 classic TV shows on free internet TV.
TV4U, TVS Home Video, and the TVS Television Network are owned by Henderson, Nevada based independent audio, vidseo, and print provider Margate Entertainment.Com