Jeff Beacher and his entertaining band of crazy misfit zanies, dubbed “Beacher’s Madhouse,” have long been Las Vegas entertainment icons, performing at the Hard Rock Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas and elsewhere. Beacher partied at Tao nightclub last week and in his farewell he said he will be touring with his entourage throughout Midwestern U.S., playing to smaller and enthusiastic audiences as he earns enough money, hopefully, to supposedly open his own house and show when he later returns to Las Vegas at some unspecified future time.
Similarly, The Scintas are sadly ending their nine-year run as Las Vegas headliners and taking their show on the road, at least for now. “With the economy where it is and people not traveling as much as before, we’re going to the people,” says Frankie Scinta, who fronts the four-member family group that includes brother Joey, sister Chrissy and longtime member Peter O’Donnell. The group is reportedly not moving out of Las Vegas, is currently working on a sitcom pilot, and they vow to return in April to the Suncoast for their thank-you to their Las Vegas fans.
Las Vegas Backstage Access wishes the best for Jeff Beacher and his entourage and The Scintas.