Apr. 6 - David Feherty
You may have seen this former pro golfer working as a commentator on NBC and the Golf Channel or you may have read one of his best-selling books, but the Irishman is also a standup comedian and his show this evening, part of his Wandering Around on His Own tour, will no doubt be as thrilling as a hole-in-one.
Apr. 13 - Ron White
Laugh along with this blue collar comedian that fans call "Tater Salad" and meet him if you'd like: VIP meet and greet tickets are available. White will be tickling funny bones with two shows, scheduled for 7:00 and 10:00 pm.
Apr. 20 - Kool & the Gang
Fans will probably be standing for most of this show as this popular funk band performs their hits like "Cherish," "Get Down on It," "Jungle Boogie," "Hollywood Swinging," "Joanna" and of course the #1 smash hit "Celebration." No wonder the band just got into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Apr. 28 - Billy Idol
Will April 28 be a nice day for a "White Wedding"? You bet it will be, and also a good day to hear Idol growl out other hits like "Dancing with Myself," "Rebel Yell," "Eyes Without a Face," "Flesh for Fantasy" and "Hot in the City." Guitar hotshot Steve Stevens, Idol's longtime cohort, will be on stage too.
May 5 and 6 - Alanis Morissette
Does it seem like it's been more than 20-years since Morissette released her breakthrough album Jagged Little Pill? Actually it's been almost 23-years, and if you want to hear Alanis sing "Ironic" and "You Oughta Know" you should try to make one of these shows; she doesn't have many North American dates this year.
May 19 - Lee Greenwood
Most folks probably think of "God Bless the U.S.A." when they think of Greenwood but the country singer has a long string of hits that are more recent as well as going back to the '80s, including favorites like "It Turns Me Inside Out," "I.O.U." and the amusingly titled Top 10 smash "Ring on Her Finger, Time on Her Hands."
May 25 - Leann Rimes
Rimes has come a long way since she had a hit with "Blue" at the tender age of 13; she ventured into country/pop and gospel before eventually returning to her country roots. She's also won multiple GRAMMY, CMT, Academy of Country Music and GMA Dove awards along the way; miss this show and you just might be sobbing "How Do I Live."
Also coming to the Beau Rivage Theatre:
June 1 - Jim Gaffigan
June 9 - Aug.7 - Circovia
July 6 - Gary Allan
July 20 - Better Than Ezra
July 27 - The Isley Brothers
Aug. 10 - Boyz II Men
For more information on concerts coming to the Beau Rivage or to book a stay at the resort, visit here
To plan your visit to Biloxi go to www.gulfcoast.org
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