Shows come and go in Las Vegas but every once in a while a true talent comes along and takes the city by storm. Gordie Brown Live first arrived in Sin City in 2002 on the heels of just having taken home the winning spot in a local talent show in his native Canada. His unique form of impressionism developed parody acts of the great Bob Dylan, Ozzy Ozbourne, Vegas co-performer Elton John, Clint Eastwood, Vanilla Ice, Tom Cruise, and many more. His hilarious celebrity impressions earned him a host of awards including “Best New Show” and “Best New Entertainer” upon his arrival to the Vegas scene. Since hitting the ground running he has only picked up steam with his antics.
It is Gordie Brown that is taking the Vegas impersonator to a whole new level. The impressions of past performers are just that: a thing of the past. His style is so entertaining that it captures you from the get-go. You will watch Brown go from character to character on a dime’s notice and without hesitation. The spot-on impressions never seem to get old. Always developing a new way to deliver his show and an ever-changing array of storylines and jokes put Gordie Brown at the top of the must-see list of Las Vegas shows. Ensure that you get only the best prices on Gordie Brown show tickets in Las Vegas and catch this truly unique act that is leaving his mark on Sin City’s show circuit.
Gordie Brown has won numerous awards throughout his performing career, most notably and recently “Best Comedian” and “Best Entertainer” by Nevada Magazine and “Best Casino Show” by “Reno Gazette Journal.” Gordie brings to the table one of the longest lists of impersonations to his shows. His long list covers stars of yesteryear and stars of today. His talent, charisma, and entertainment abilities leave you wanting more at the end of each show. You will laugh like crazy and at the end of the day, you’ll think to yourself, “that was fabulous.”
Gordie is known as an amazing impersonator. In a city full of similar shows, his stands out because of the superb charisma and spot-on impressions. He hit the Vegas comic scene running and has not looked back.