Tribute to Pop Divas
January 28-February 1
It might be cold outside but it’s HOT in the Northern Lights Theatre at Tribute to Pop Divas which features an all-female line-up of Pop Diva Tribute Artists, world-class dancers from Las Vegas and a stellar group of musicians.
Hear crowd favorites like, “Shake it Off” performed by Tina, our Taylor Swift Tribute Artist, “Hit Me Baby One More Time” sung by Katie as Britney Spears, “Firework” delivered by Stacey as Katy Perry, “Hollaback Girl” from Coty, our Gwen Stefani, and high-energy “Poker Face” presented by our Lady Gaga tribute artist, Tierney.
Sing along, expect some surprises, and enjoy the glamour and energy of the Pop Divas Show!
Tina Dawn as “Taylor Swift”
Singer/songwriter Tina Dawn began her vocal training with her father at the age of seven. By high school, was named New England’s Female Vocalist of the Year and received one of the highest scores in the New England "All State" singer auditions. A Carnegie Hall appearance soon followed the award. Graduating from Berklee College of Music, Tina began performing around the world both as a featured artist and as a background singer/dancer. She has worked her way up from cruise ships traversing Europe, to the hottest shows in Las Vegas, such as Absinthe and Legends in Concert.
Tina says “Out of anyone I could resemble and impersonate, I’m happy it’s Taylor Swift. She’s a beautiful artist who happens to also be a wonderful role model for kids (and adults). She has a strong voice for what she believes in and writes upbeat and catchy songs. It’s a lot of fun ‘being her!’”
Katie Murdock as “Britney Spears”
Katie Murdock is no stranger to musical performance. Katie first sang for a crowd of hundreds at age two and since then, has remained a familiar stage presence. Starting with her family's singing group, she learned from her professionally performing mother how to sing, harmonize and "WOW" a crowd. Hailing from Utah, Katie has literally sung her way across the states. After consistently hearing that she looked strikingly similar to the famed singer, Katie first tried her hand as a Britney tribute artist in 2005.
Katie's hard-earned singing talent, combined with her uncanny similarity to Britney has not only brought her to Legends In Concert's main stage as a career tribute artist but also taken her so far as to be a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Katie's performances have time-and-again shown the crowd how and why she is revered for her ability to reproduce Britney Spears's act. With her innate talent and many years of paying tribute to Britney under her belt, Katie Murdock is considered one of the best Britney Spears tribute artists in the world.
Stacey Whitton as “Katy Perry”
Stacey Whitton Summers has been entertaining audiences since age seven. During her pursuit of a Fine Arts Degree in Opera and Theater, she was signed to her first recording contract. During her album tour, she was approached by the producer of Legends in Concert and was cast in the Las Vegas-based show.
Since then, she has used her talents to recreate other icons for the stage and TV. You may have seen her performing live with full transformations as Katy Perry, Shania Twain, Marilyn Monroe, Martina McBride, Madonna, Gretchen Wilson, Pat Benatar. Stacey has starred on ABC’s The Next Best Thing, MTV’s Taquita and Kaui, E! Television’s Country’s Most Shocking along with appearing as a featured artist on over 40 variety TV shows. She has shared the stage with original greats such as Dolly Parton and Dom Deloise. Stacey toured internationally and has spent the last few years in Las Vegas, where Shania Twain herself paid a visit to the Vegas strip to see Stacey perform.
When she’s not on the stage performing as one of her many characters, or one-woman show, you’ll find her singing her own original music at her family owned restaurant in downtown Los Angeles called “:Prank.” Her most recent CD called Good Thing Goin’On was co –written with rock legend, Delaney Bramlett.
Coty Alexander as “Gwen Stefani”
Growing up with family members involved in Los Angeles’ music and acting industries, Coty had early exposure to a career in entertainment. As a young adult, she moved to Las Vegas and found a place to express her diverse training in dance, singing and acting. Since then, she’s held non-stop positions in some of the biggest impersonator artist shows in the world, Legends in Concert and American Superstars, and recently Blond Invasion.
Coty has continued developing characters as she headlines around world. Coty’s own production show includes her Iconic Blonde characters such as Marilyn Monroe, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Madonna and Gwen Stefani. Coty's “Immaculate” portrayals has received television and film recognition such as: Ellen DeGeneres’ The Really Big Show,The Surreal Life, The Carson Daly Show, Good Morning America, E! Entertainment, MTV, BBC, The Travel Channel and the Discovery Channel.
Coty’s versatility in a variety of vocal styles and mannerisms, as well as attention to makeup detail and custom costuming makes her one of the most sought-after tribute artists in the field.
Tierney Allen as “Lady Gaga”
From a young age, Tierney knew that she wanted to be on stage for a living. Studying classical violin, dance, and opera molded her into the multi-faceted performer that she is today. In 2009, Tierney was struck with the idea of becoming a Lady Gaga Impersonator when celebrity client, Kate Beckinsale suggested that she make a job from her uncanny resemblance to the pop star. Having already extensively trained in many forms of the performing arts, Tierney jumped at the peculiar idea and quickly set out to hone her craft as a tribute artist. After two years, Tierney relocated to Las Vegas, where she was noticed by the world famous tribute production Legends in Concert. The following year began her whirlwind experience performing for Legends as their newest Lady Gaga Tribute.
Tierney has been honored to receive acclaim from local and national news publications, such as Access Hollywood and Entertainment Tonight. Insiders close to Lady Gaga have also shared their appreciation of Tierney’s portrayal, such as Ryan Murphy (writer/producer of American Horror Story), Sarah Tanno (Lady Gaga’s personal makeup artist), even Lady Gaga’s parents themselves!
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