My Vegas Life: Memories Of Elvis Presley, Barry Manilow And The Golden Age Of Vegas
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This is the story of Dominic Parisi, one of the most famous hotel and casino managers in the history of Las Vegas. For more than 30 years, Dominic directed the hospitality venues, high-roller suites, and entertainers suites and green rooms at the Las Vegas Hilton, one of the most iconic hotel and casinos in Las Vegas! Through the years, Dominic interacted with dozens of famous entertainers and high-rollers, like Olivia Newton-John, Michael Jackson, and more. However, he was closest to Elvis Presley. The Las Vegas Hilton (LVH) was called "the hotel that Elvis built." Over the span of 8 years, Elvis sold out 837 consecutive concerts at the hotel; a record that still stands in Las Vegas! When the hotel became the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, one of the main headliners was Barry Manilow. During his 5-year run at the LVH, Dominic helped Barry Manilow in countless ways and they developed a good friendship. Recently, the LVH was purchased and beautifully remodeled by the Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino. Once again, it is the premier property in Las Vegas. This is the fascinating story of Dominic Parisi and the last remaining hotel and casino from the Golden Age of Las Vegas. It's the story of Elvis Presley, Barry Manilow, and other great entertainers. It's the story of famous gamblers and infamous characters. And, it's the story of the one man who lived it all...Dominic Parisi.
Pages : 220
Language : English
Format : 5.5 x 8.5 inches
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