(“Touch of vegas”)

On Saturday February 15, Jerome Robinson and five of his very talented friends brought a “Touch of Vegas” to the Historic Hemet Theatre.

A small but enthusiastic crowd was on hand to hear an assortment of Pack Rat favorites, classic rock, R&B and even a bit of opera.

Performers for the evening were Robin Uncapher (as Dean Martin), Gonzalo (as Frank Sinatra), Fleet Easton, Jimmy Bruce, “Just Robbie” and Jerome Robinson. Every one of the singers was a Vegas veteran and the roar from the audience reflected the caliber of talent on the stage.

Meanwhile a few tickets remain for the Tribute to Marvin Gaye on Saturday February 22nd. However, tickets for the Tribute to the Bee Gees on March 7th have completely sold out.

Coming up later in the season will be tributes to Tom Petty by Petty and the Heartshakers (March 21), Metallica by Masters of Puppets (April 4) and Abba by Abba Fab (April 18).

Tribute Mania tickets are $22 presale / $25 day of show. Showtime is 7:00 pm, with doors open at 6:15 pm. Information on all theatre events is available at or by calling the Ticket Office, (951) 658-5950.

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