Event at The Smith Center to feature record-breaking Las Vegas Headliner and musical sensation Frankie Moreno
LAS VEGAS – August 22, 2022– Nathan Adelson Hospice, the largest and only non-profit hos-pice in Nevada, will once again celebrate more than 40 years of caring for people in the community with its 26th Annual ‘Serenades of Life - Doctors in Concert’ on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. inside Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center.
Headliner and musical sensation Frankie Moreno will light up the stage and showcase his unique brand of genre-blurring Rock n’ Roll. In the past two years, Moreno has reached the No. 1 spot on the iTunes charts a record-setting 67 times with new singles, and recently made music history by becoming the only artist to have six albums reach a Top 10 spot on the Billboard charts in a 12-month period.
The evening will also showcase the extraordinary musical talents of local physicians including Sam Mujica Trenche, M.D., Linda Woodson, M.D., Morton Hyson, M.D., and Alter’d Ego featuring band members, Edwin Kingsley, M.D., David Miller, M.D., June Sigman, M.D., Ken Woloson, Esq., Phronsie Markin, Ira Spector, Larry Tindall and Brad Torchin.
Actor, comedian and friend of the hospice, Brad Garrett, will make a special guest appearance while presenting the ‘Brad Garrett Humanitarian Award’ to recipient Don Snyder for his generosity and contributions to the community.
“One of our signature events, Serenades of Life is such a special event to showcase the amazing talents our local physicians. With exceptional showman Frankie Moreno joining our lineup this year, and shifting the event to Myron’s, we’re sure this will be one to remember,” said Nathan Ad-elson Hospice President and CEO Karen Rubel. “We are so appreciative to those who participate and everyone who joins us for a night of music and fun to support the vital care we provide to those in need.”
The event will adhere to The Smith Center’s updated COVID-19 guidelines. Guests are not required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter, and The Smith Center now encour-ages personal choice regarding mask-wearing.
Proceeds from the concert will benefit various programs and services at Nathan Adelson Hos-pice.
For more information and The Smith Center’s complete COVID-19 policy, please visit https://thesmithcenter.com/visit/safety-and-security/.