Terrible’s Lounge is open 24-hours, seven-days-a-week and a is a great place to relax and enjoy! The lounge features a giant 70” projection screen centered above our live performance stage. There are also several large screen TV’s located throughout the lounge to catch all the action. We feature live entertainment every Tuesday through Sunday evenings with plenty of bar and lounge seating. Our giant bar is staffed with friendly bartenders and includes plenty of video poker and Keno machines.
Sidro’s Armada, one of the longest running show groups in Las Vegas, always manages to impress with their wide variety of entertainment and heartfelt music.
After decades of appearing at top notch dinner houses, nightclubs, and showrooms, the band has opened for headliners such as Jim Nabors, George Burns, Johnny Mathis, Barbara Eden, and Willie Nelson just to name a few as well as appearing on major network TV shows.
Sidro’s Armada was inducted into the Las Vegas Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011 and to this day continues to maintain a high level of entertainment and music that appeals to people of all ages and all styles
August 9 & 10, 23 & 24; September 13 & 14, 27 & 28
The Van Such Band
David Van Such is an incredible sax musician and Las Vegas mainstay. His band features Joey Bishop on guitar, Sally on vocals, and Kathy on bass. The talented Derrick Cordero frequently sits in on percussions and vocals! The band plays a large variety of hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and today! They alternate weekends with Sidro’s Armada, playing on the big stage from 7 p.m. to midnight Fridays and Saturdays.
August 30 & 31
September 6 & 7, 20 & 21
Lary Glen Anderson, our Casino Ambassador, hosts LGA Karaoke every Sunday night from 9 p.m. to midnight. This is not your average karaoke. You’ll perform under the bright lights on the BIG stage high above the crowd! As a talented tribute artist, Lary brings some of the biggest stars and celebrities to the stage! Guests will have the chance to sing alongside Lary or be the star themselves soloing on the big stage!
Stefani Savage grew up in North Hollywood where she started playing guitar at age 5. She did her first gig at her High School dance then ventured out into the Hollywood scene, playing in an original band at places like the Whiskey-A-Go-Go, The Troubadour, The Roxy and other hot spots around L.A.
Rocky Jackson also grew up in L.A. mainly around the South Bay area. His Dad bought him a guitar in Tijuana some time after his Mom died in 1968. He has played for over 30 years, with influences from the early rock era of Elvis, Chuck Berry,The Stones, The Beatles, and even Hank Williams Sr. He has written over 400 songs with “Something Ain’t Right” being recorded by The Leatherwoods.
STEFnROCK, known for their fun live shows, formed when the two met at an open mic at the Cellar Lounge in Las Vegas on September 9, 2012. Both had been without a group for some time. Playing together, with a newfound musical synergy, the duo started playing and landing gig after gig. Each of them are artists, but together the voices and instruments blend making the sum much greater than the parts. Rocky’s leads complement Stefani’s Acoustic and their voices enable them to cover strong male and female vocals.
STEFnROCK have built a solid following having over 10,000 Facebook fans playing well over 100 gigs a year. Catch them every Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Terrible’s Lounge.
British born Shaun’s diverse international musical career lead him from the Mediterranean to Germany, including performing at the Allied Forces Jazz Festival in Berlin, and recording at David Bowie’s Hansa Studio. Before teaming up with Cindy, Shaun traversed the L.A. rock scene at clubs such as The Troubadour, Pasadena Ice House, and the Whiskey A-Go-Go. Since becoming a duo with Cindy, an L.A. native performing in local venues as well as The Queen Mary, their many years as musical partners have taken them as far north as Juneau, Alaska, as well as nine years in England with their original CD being featured on BBC Radio. Shaun and Cindy returned to the U.S. to settle in Las Vegas, working throughout Nevada and extensively in the local scene. They now perform as the acoustic duo Earthwood, with their renditions of music from The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, America, Tom Petty, The Pretenders, The Police, and many more from the 70’s, 80’s, and beyond. Come see them every Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Terrible’s Lounge.
Native Las Vegan Chris Heers' songs have been featured in Movies, TV, XBox and Wii Country Dance Video Games. Heers has been heard on worldwide radio charting several top 100 songs in the USA and as high as number one in Europe. Chris is twice nominated for best Indie country album and for best Americana song "Leaning Into Barstow". Chris was named 2015 Las Vegas performer of the year and can be seen headlining upward of 250 shows per year in Las Vegas and throughout the Southwest as a solo, duo or with his full band.
"What Heers has that probably sets him off from the numerous contemporary country singers is a songwriting talent that is first calibre. Heers doesn’t just write songs about bars, cars, country roads and how bad he wants to party. Nope. He writes ballads, tales, stories in the Americana bent with a healthy capacity for clever lyrics." -Las Vegas Review Journal