Midnight Skye Debuts at the Sin City Theatre at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

ROCK/SOUL DIVA SKYE DEE MILE’S PREMIERED HER NEWEST, SEXY, SASSY, AND SOULFUL SHOW MIDNIGHT SKYE AT THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT ON JAN. 30 AT PLANET HOLLYWOOD RESORT & CASINO’S NEWEST ENTERTAINMENT HOTSPOT, THE SIN CITY THEATRE.

Skye Dee Miles
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Accompanying Skye Dee Miles are a four-piece band, three dancers, and back-up singers who can regularly be found in many of the Las Vegas Strip’s major productions, including Jersey Boys, Vegas! The Show and iCandy Burlesque. The show delivers an original cabaret style vibe, with a set list that includes unique renditions of the music of The Beatles, Janet Jackson, Tina Turner, Bette Midler, Aretha Franklin, Joe Cocker and Journey.

Since the year 2005 Skye Dee Miles has starred in shows including the popular Menopause: The Musical. Despite being a self-proclaimed “simple country girl from Boonville, Missouri,” Miles is no stranger when it comes to the entertainment world. She spent seven years starring in the longest-running musical revue in history, San Francisco’s Beach Blanket Babylon. Miles also had made a remarkable appearance by performing with her band Skye 5, which has steadily developed a reputation for attracting the top musical talent.

Celebrities in attendance to show their support for Skye Dee Miles’ new show included singer Lorena Peril and her understudy Lily Arce and comedian/impressionist Sean E. Cooper of the sizzling topless revue Fantasy; Chris Phillips, aka Zowie Bowie, violinist Lydia Ansel; dancer Tara Palsha and Louis Charles Gazzara from Vegas The Show; singer Lisa Gay, singer Michelle Johnson, local entrepreneur/entertainer Seth Yudof, singer Jerry Jones, and Victor James and Alicia Perrone of the avant-garde electronic dance band, Fans of Jimmy Century.

Also celebrating a special occasion was our very own staff reporter Dianne R. Davis, whose birthday was acknowledged by Chris Phillips. He brought Dianne onto the stage and sang happy birthday to her.

Chris Phillips (Zowie Bowie) introduces the show
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Chris Phillips (Zowie Bowie) sings happy birthday to Dianne R. Davis
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Judy Thorburn, Lydia Ansel, Dianne R. Davis and Tara Palsha
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn