The Bronx Wanderers are excellent singers and musicians and they put on a fantastic show. Especially great selection of music for those of us hitting our senior citizen years, although they played a few more modern tunes as well. Wonderful showmen. The only downside to our experience was having to deal with the Las Vegas Strip's horrible traffic problems and crowds. Traffic near Bally's, the Paris Las Vegas, Bellagio, the Flamingo, Caesar's Palace, the Cromwell, etc. proved absolutely intolerable to us. Las Vegas Blvd. was generally impassable. To get into the self parking area for Bally's and the Paris you have to cross endless processions of pedestrians who rarely decide to stop and let you by. We by contrast had a nice buffet lunch earlier that day at Silverton Casino which is off the strip and extremely easy to enter and exit by car. The Bass Pro outdoor store connected to the Silverton has fun displays including an aquarium with a mermaid, and a wide selection of outdoor gear. Next show we attend will definitely not be on the Strip unless we go in by helicopter or Uber.
This show was awesome. It is not however all Oldies. The two sons are artists as well and they put their twist on the show too. They pulled of a rendition of Queens "Bohemian Rhapsody" that was worth a standing ovation
I highly recommend this show. To hear the story and see the clips of the two son