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Smokey Robinson to Perform in Vegas

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|by Craig Nelson |


A living legend heats up Vegas

For more than 50 years, Smokey Robinson has been one of the leading forces in the music industry. From his signature voice with its high-tenor pitch to his songwriting skills that turned Motown into an illustrious record label, Robinson has done it all.

Smokey Robinson will bring his signature style to the Wynn Las Vegas (Photo: Smokey Robinson)

Smokey Robinson will bring his signature style to the Wynn Las Vegas (Photo: Smokey Robinson)

Now, Robinson is bringing his collection of greatest hits to the stages of Wynn Las Vegas for three very special concerts in February and March, 2019. The Detroit native will be crooning smash hits like ”Shop Around,” which was the first-ever number one single for Motown. You can also hear “Ooo Baby Baby,” and “I Second That Emotion” from his days with the Miracles, along with timeless classics such as “Cruisin’” and “Being With You” from his solo career. The music industry is ever-evolving, but the timeless tunes by this Motown icon continue to resonate today. See the living legend – get the best discount seats in the house with ShowTickets.

 

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