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Age Suitability All Ages

King Shazaam Tributes Elvis, Sinatra, Dean Martin, R&B Beach Oldies & More

Tuesday, Jun 3 7:00p to 9:00p

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Springmaid Beach Resort Pier Myrtle Beach, SC

King Shazaam Tributes doing Elvis, Motown, R&B Beach Oldies, Sinatra & 'Oldies,' with singing and dancing and your favorite tunes in voices sounding amazingly like you were there with the original singers. Request your favorite songs from our 200+ song menu, and enjoy the great food from BARnacles while you dance to the crooners and rock n roll. $5 pier parking but otherwise No cover charge. Marilyn’ or ‘Young Elvis’ might appear and entertain as well! Family friendly. Party with the King!


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Dean Martin found phenomenal success in almost every entertainment venue and, although suffering a few down times during his career, always managed to come out on top. During the '50s, he and partner Jerry Lewis formed one of the most popular comic film duos in filmdom....
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Jul 26, 2007 - pobrien on Dean Martin
Good singer & entertainer but he got more credit for his voice than I think he was due

Personal opinion mind you but I think his strength was his amiable personality, comedic timing, and a good but not great voice. His acting was what we expect from a musician gone movies; he was good, but not exceptional. This is coming across with more criticism than praise and that's not intentional, Dino was one of the greatest performer of the 20th century.