January 30, 2010

Travis Cloer to Hold Concert of His CD ‘Setting the Standard’ on March 3!

January 30th, 2010

Travis Cloer

Attention music lovers! Travis Cloer, who plays “Frankie Valli” in the Las Vegas company, will be holding a concert of his best selling album “SETTING THE STANDARD”. The show will feature songs from not only this album, but also from his upcoming release “SETTING THE STANDARD VOL. II,” as well as some other classic jazz standards. The concert is Wednesday, March 3, 2010 at 7:30pm & 9:30 pm at The Cabaret Room at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door and can be purchased by calling 702.798.5595. For more info you can visit www.liberace.org or www.traviscloer.com. Travis has been wowing audiences on Broadway and in Vegas as Frankie Valli & is delighted to offer this concert for fans. Here’s what people have been saying about his CD “SETTING THE STANDARD”:

“This album needs to be put in your CD player and placed on repeat!” ; “Breathes new life into familiar tunes & makes you experience them for the first time.”

Don’t miss this opportunity to see and hear Travis perform these great songs LIVE and experience for yourself the subtle smoothness and magic of his voice!


  1. What a wonderful opportunity to see Travis in an up close and personal setting! I saw his NY cabaret show a couple of years ago and was thoroughly entranced. I knew he was an excellent singer because I had seen him in JB, but this show truly showcased his talent, his vocal range, his charm, and allowed his personality to shine His lovely wife was by his side, and both were so gracious to the audience that supported Travis. This is also a fun venue. Even if you’re too young to remember Liberace, it’s a great place to visit and see the glamour of “old” Las Vegas.

    Comment by LuluThompson — January 31, 2010 @ 12:37 pm

  2. I second Lulu’s comment above. I also saw Travis’s wonderful show, and he’s indeed a terrific performer and a real showman. His rendition of Elvis’s “If I Can Dream” still stays with me two years later. Yes, and his comedy and personality shone through too….I always wondered where the hairstyle came from! His show is worth every penny!

    Comment by Howard Tucker — February 1, 2010 @ 1:31 pm

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