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DJ In Las Vegas Featuring John Dote’ of Celebrity Entertainment is committed to making your las vegas wedding or any party event a night to remember and a total success! You will be provided with a personalized format that will fit your needs; with entertainment that exceeds your expectations. Las Vegas Disc Jockey John Dote is also a lead vocalist who has rubbed shoulders with the biggest names on the planet and the “who’s-who” of the record industry. We have graced the stages of Las Vegas.

Most Requested DJ In Las Vegas!

From Clubs to concerts, record promoter to Vee-Jay on UPN, and owner of his own radio station, DJ In Las Vegas Featuring John Dote, recording artist and engineer to major labels and major hotels, now makes his living as the most requested DJ in Las Vegas. In addition, he holds an array of gold records with Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Liberace and Tony Bennett just to name a few. From the sounds of the 40’s to the sounds of the present, from the Big Band era to the hits of today in every format of music including Latin, this DJ takes entertainment to a higher level using state of the art sound systems and wireless microphones featuring the 8 channel NuMark mixer, Stanton Dual CD deck, QSC 1000 watt amplifier, 2 JBL 18 inch wolfers with tweeters and strobe color lighting by American DJ.

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Celebrity Entertainment is owned and operated by world re-noun Las Vegas Disc Jockey and record producer, John Dote. Dote played the drums on such monumental themes as Hawaii Five-0, Charlie’s Angels, Dynasty, Dallas and many others. He was the host of NIGHTBEAT IN LASVEGAS as seen on the UPN-SCREEN GEMS network featuring the biggest artists of today and tomorrow as well as filmed a pilot for Time Warner featuring The Back Street Boys, N Sync, Creed and other major groups that he has interviewed from several major record labels which he promoted for that include Capitol, MCA, A&M, Dreamworks, Warner Bros. and many others.

Over 20 Years Experience In Entertainment!

In Fact, when you hire this las vegas wedding dj, then you are hiring the man who helped launch the careers of Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Santana and many others. Having sold out audiences himself in concerts as a lead vocalist and entertainer, this dj in las vegas is the most energetic. His presence is the “epitomy of Las Vegas” according to KLAV Radio Disc-Jockey Demitrious Caramabellos. Dote has been featured on the front pages of many major newspaper and magazine covers from coast to coast as a legend in the record business. Television and radio interviews are well documented of his musical success. With over 20 years as a DJ, VJ and entertainer, he will guarantee your event to be a total success! Of course, John appears in a tux unless otherwise specified.

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Liberace Lifestyle


Here is a little interview with Liberace in the 80’s

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Djs Las Vegas Celebrity Entertainment

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Making Your Night An Event To Remember!

John Dote’ is committed to making your las vegas wedding a night to remember and a total success! You will be provided with a personalized format that will fit your needs; with entertainment that exceeds your expectations. Dote’ is also a lead vocalist who has rubbed shoulders with the biggest names on the planet and the “who’s-who” of the record industry. We have graced the stages of Las Vegas.

Most Requested DJs Las Vegas!

From Clubs to concerts, record promoter to Vee-Jay on UPN, and owner of his own radio station, John Dote’, recording artist and engineer to major labels and major hotels, now makes his living as the most requested DJ in Las Vegas. In addition, he holds an array of gold records with Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Liberace and Tony Bennett just to name a few. From the sounds of the 40’s to the sounds of the present, from the Big Band era to the hits of today in every format of music including Latin, this DJ takes entertainment to a higher level using state of the art sound systems and wireless microphones featuring the 8 channel NuMark mixer, Stanton Dual CD deck, QSC 1000 watt amplifier, 2 JBL 18 inch wolfers with tweeters and strobe color lighting by American DJ.

A Look At The Man Behind Celebrity!

Celebrity Entertainment is owned and operated by world re-noun recording artist and record producer, John Dote’. Dote’ played the drums on such monumental themes as Hawaii Five-0, Charlie’s Angels, Dynasty, Dallas and many others. He was the host of NIGHTBEAT IN LASVEGAS as seen on the UPN-SCREEN GEMS network featuring the biggest artists of today and tomorrow as well as filmed a pilot for Time Warner featuring The Back Street Boys, N Sync, Creed and other major groups that he has interviewed from several major record labels which he promoted for that include Capitol, MCA, A&M, Dreamworks, Warner Bros. and many others.

Over 20 Years Experience In Entertainment!

In Fact, when you hire this las vegas wedding dj, then you are hiring the man who helped launch the careers of Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Santana and many others. Having sold out audiences himself in concerts as a lead vocalist and entertainer, this dj in las vegas is the most energetic. His presence is the ”epitomy of Las Vegas” according to KLAV Radio Disc-Jockey Demitrious Caramabellos. Dote’ has been featured on the front pages of many major newspaper and magazine covers from coast to coast as a legend in the record business. Television and radio interviews are well documented of his musical success. With over 20 years as a DJ, VJ and entertainer, he will guarantee your event to be a total success! Of course, John appears in a tux unless otherwise specified.

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Mae West clip – older years


Mae West in her later years; footage of Liberace interview on Parkinson.

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Have you heard Rod Stewart’s New Album??? Its called “Murdering The Classics by Rod ‘Suxass’ Stewart”

OMG!!! I hope that Cat Stevens jihads RS for ruining “Father and Son”!!!!!!! RS did such a good job covering C Stevens’ “First Cut is the Deepest”. I preferr the original CS version, but RS made that song his.
Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Don Henley, Van Morrison, Dan McCafferty, John Fogerty and Peter Ham also owe RS a serious a$$ kicking for desecrating their songs. The rest of the songs on RS’s new album already sucked… so its hard to tell if he did any damage.
Seriously… how could someone who used to sing with such passion and energy turn into such a wimp? Did Rachel get his balls in the divorce settlement??? Is he possesed by Frank Sinatra or Liberace??? Is he addicted to estrogen???

On top of that in an interview he said that he did the album of covers because he was lazy and it was easy money. I can’t seriously beleive that this album will make much money unless all the baby boomers have all gone insane already. Maybe he can hook up with Barbra Streisand and tour!!!!
I hope that RS reads this. RS… if you are reading this… I think that you should kill yourself. This album is really that bad.
Answerer #1 I’m ony 182 so shine on man!

Answerer #2 Yer reported

Answerer #3 My anger management classes worked very well. When I got my diploma, I only murdered the instructor… I didn’t torture him first.

Answerer #4 Music is serious! Don’t take this lightly! This could be the sign of the apocalypse!!!

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Dwight Hobbes interviews Fancy Ray “The Best Looking Man In Comedy” McCloney

Something I Said/Fancy Ray McCloney Interview

Dwight Hobbes, Twin Cities Daily Planet

Generally, it’s hard to admire a fellow who makes a constant show of admiring himself.  That charming narcissist Fancy Ray “The Best Lookin’ Man In Comedy” McCloney, though, is a wondrously hysterical exception to the rule. He’s crazy about himself with such unabashed, disarming glee that audiences, indeed, are crazy about him.

His career has included stints on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and Entertainment Tonight and on The Jenny Jones Show. He’s worked in concert with Richard Pryor, Little Richard, and Chris Rock, starred in the film Junkyard Willie, and was featured on television in Sweden and England. “I am the best lookin’ man in comedy,” he trumpets, like a manic mantra, at least a half dozen times during his standup routine. It’s very effective, because, after a while, you give in and wouldn’t dream of disagreeing with him. Like other comics, his material ranges across topics, but he always returns to his audacious ace in the hole, congratulating himself for being so pretty. And does it in so many different, wildly outlandish ways you can’t wait to see how he’s going to happily compliment himself next.

Odds are you best know him from his broad schtick in television commercials. At any given time, you can catch him doing one spot, switch the channel when he’s done and find yourself looking at him in another one. He’s the most recognizable pitchman in Twin Cities TV. For example, that’s him uproariously lampooning the daylights out of Prince in a long-running commercial for a Minneapolis video store.

Fancy Ray McCloney can be just as wild and crazy in conversation as he is on camera and onstage. But, he indulged a lapse or two into sanity—or something close to it—for an interview at a downtown Minneapolis coffee shop. He brings his hugely successful act to Club Underground on August 14th.

I just caught you at the Red Sea, showcasing an all-new set. Where does the material come from?
It’s just like where does a great song come from. Great art. I don’t create it. That spirit inside that just flows through me. So much of my material is based on me. I’m just a wellspring of joy, energy, and love. The humanness just flows out of me.

I forget exactly. What topics did you cover at the Red Sea?
I talked about everything. The most important topic, the thing I love most in this world! Which is me. And, of course, the Big Bang and creation of the universe. All that power inside of us. That’s inside me and you. Right? From the Big Bang. The carbon, the nitrogen, all that’s inside our bodies. It’s been said [that] everybody’s a star. I just happen to be the Big Dipper.

You were commuting for awhile, but moved back home from L.A. When?
Just about a year ago I made it permanent. To be with my son. Reconnect with [the Twin Cities]. It’s been fantastic.

Even you, the Big Dipper, have to adhere to fundamentals of the craft. Timing. Good comics have to have it. And don’t hand me some noise about you fell out of a flower with good timing.
No, I fell out of an orchid tree. As the Human Chocolate Orchid.

Would you behave for two minutes?
To keep it on the real. It’s somethin’ you got or you don’t. I don’t know how you develop timing. Timing is natural. You have to know the set-up time to build the right tension, then hit the punchline. It’s like breathing to me. How’d I come up breathing, man? I don’t know. I just started goin’ in and out, in and out, in and out. Kept doing it until I made a couple babies.

How’d I know you was gon’ go there? All right, so, it’s just natural.
Completely natural. There’s no timing school. If you ain’t got timing, get a better watch.

Okay, material. You’ve gotta have good material.
Absolutely. I can’t take credit for that. Because right there is the universal power working through me. Sometimes my jokes, oh, I’m so pretty this, so pretty that. But some of it’s true. Like, people think I’m cheap ’cause I bring a mirror to the restaurant with me.

That’s your date. Your reflection in the mirror. Yeah, all right.
I think it’s smart. I haven’t paid for desert in over two years. I ain’t lyin’.

I bet you ain’t seen a shrink, neither. Do you sit down with a tape recorder? Pencil and paper?
I kind of say all the above. Sometimes pen and paper. Sometimes a tape recorder. My best material comes in front of the mirror.

Here we go.
I’m not just saying that. I’m motivated in front of the mirror. 80 per cent of material I write [that way]. Sometimes, in front of the audience, I’m just riffing. Improvising. What you’re looking at is an artist, a true professional, doin’ his thing. That’s what you get when you see Fancy Ray live.

Well, wonderful as you are, even you have influences.
Absolutely. I studied the Muhammad Alis, the Gorgeous Georges, Redd Foxx, Moms Mabley, Liberace. There is a list. Muhammed Ali really busted it open for everybody. When said “I am the greatest,” he was a 17 year-old kid. He hadn’t done nothin’. He hadn’t beat a potato sack. But he believed. And to this day the world knows him as the Greatest. He claimed that truth in himself and he made that truth a reality. Love him. Love the belief in himself. And the celebration of life.

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Liberace 80’s Interview


Here is a little clip/interview on Liberace and his Radio City Music Hall Show in the mid to late 80’s

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