July 13, 2014

Zowie Bowie’s Red Rock Return Heats Up Vegas Music Scene

LAS VEGAS – BACK BY POPULAR demand, Zowie Bowie is making a return to Red Rock Resort. The duo brings its unique blend of today’s hottest dance, hip-hop and Top 40 music to audiences at Rocks Lounge every Friday, beginning Sept. 3, 2010.

Zowie Bowie features the musical talents and unbridled energy of Chris Phillips, Marley Taylor and a high-voltage band that creates a sizzling and sexy sound that has become a Las Vegas mainstay. The two moved to Vegas in 2006 from Scottsdale, Ariz. to open and perform weekly at Red Rock Resort, where they quickly went on to become the city’s favorite local band. After three years, the pair moved to the Strip where they performed both their nightclub dance concert and their dream of an authentic Vintage Vegas show. Though it was their dream, the couple realized that performing for the locals at Red Rock Resort was really where they wanted to be.

“It was amazing getting to perform on the Strip, however we missed the fans that our shows at Red Rock brought in week after week,” said Zowie Bowie Lead Singer Chris Phillips. “After hearing an overwhelming response from locals that they too missed us at Red Rock, we realized that is where we truly belong and the move back just feels right.”

“We’re excited to have Zowie Bowie back at Rocks Lounge,” said Judy Alberti, vice president of entertainment for Station Casinos. “They’re adding to the unparalleled entertainment we offer at Red Rock from our Sandbar outdoor poolside concerts this summer that features top artists such as Rob Thomas, Don Henley and Train, to our Party on the Rocks concert series every Saturday night. And with the newly opened Yard House to start off the night, the party will keep going, ever reinforcing that Red Rock is a one-stop destination for dining and entertainment.”

Zowie Bowie will perform every Friday night, beginning Sept. 3 at Rocks Lounge, Red Rock Resort’s intimate 150-seat Las Vegas concert venue. Doors open at 10 p.m. and the show will start at 11 p.m. The show is open to adults 21 years or older and there is no cost for admission. VIP bottle service is available upon request. Entry will be first come, first served and based upon venue capacity.

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