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Jul 31, 2009     By  Jay David Murphy - 1 comment

article imageMariah Carey to appear at the Pearl at the Palms in Vegas

By Jay David Murphy.
Mariah Carey will perform in the intimate setting of the Pearl at the Palms for two separate weekends, one in September and one in October, in Las Vegas.
Mariah Carey is going to take another risk. Mariah Carey is going to get up close and personal with her audience. On the eve of realizing her latest album, ‘Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel’ Mariah is giving fans an once-in-a-lifetime, up close, and very personal performance at the amazing Pearl at the Palms.
For those not familiar with Mariah Carey and her monster success, she has sold 175 million albums, and is the most successful female recording artist in history.
She has tied Elvis’ all time high of 79 weeks at 1# on the billboard charts, tied Elvis’17# number one hits, is the only active recording artist in 50 years of the Hot 100 with the potential to surpass the Beatles all-time high of 20 1# hits, which began in 1958.
If Mariah Carey were a prizefighter she would be the reigning world champion of music sales.
She has time and time again, produce songs that are relevant, timely, and always meticulous in its productions and marketing.
That’s what will make this event a real treat for those fans who really want that ‘I can reach out and touch’ her performance.
To get this close to a performer of her caliber, could really only happen in a tremendous facility. The Pearl at the Palms Casino and Resort is the gem in the crown of Las Vegas venues.
Jay David Murphy
Palms Fantasy Tower and The Palms in a rare photo of the south face of the two buildings.
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The Pearl is hard wired into The Studio at the Palms so ‘live’ recordings can be made in studio. Taking ‘Live performance’ recordings to a whole new level.
For Vegas, the ticket prices are modest for this kind of solo headline entertainer appearing 4 different nights. They are $129, $179, and $254, plus service fees and can be obtained through Ticketmaster, Live Nation, or the Pearl Box Office and go on sale Saturday August the 6th. They are anticipated to sell out quickly.
She will do Friday and Saturday nights on September 11th and 12th.
Then come back for another Friday and Saturday night, on October 9th and 10th.
Her play list will include her latest hit “Obsessed,” which will be part of her coming album due out, between the two weekends, she is appearing at the Pearl at the Palms, debuting on September the 15th.
For more information you can get a break down by going www.palms.com. It will show the Pearl at the Palms theater and seating. For those who have not enjoyed this facility, having Mariah Carey this in your face truly is a once-in-a-life-time treat.
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