Jimmy Hopper "Sings Your Songs", Featuring Violinist Myroslava Khomik
The Audience selects the songs and artists that they want to hear, then Jimmy Hopper tallies up the winners and performs the most selected songs for you, for a totally customized and One-Of-A-Kind show that YOU the audience helped create!
Showtime: 7pm to 8:30pm
Doors Open at 5:30pm
General Admission Seating (Admits One, General Seating)
General Admission seating are not assigned or reserved, and are occupied on a first-come, first-served basis. So arrive early for best seating options.
VIP "Golden Circle" First Three Rows (This ticket admits one person, at 4-Top Bistro Table, Includes Buffet)
VIP Third Row (This ticket admits one person, at 8-Top Table, Includes Buffet)
VIP "Golden Circle - Plated" First Three Rows (This ticket admits one person, at 4-Top Bistro Table, Includes Plated Dinner Option)
Choose From: CHICKEN POMODORO, STEAK 6 oz. FILET, SEAFOOD MEDLEY, PANKO ENCRUSTED TILAPIA or EGGPLANT & SQUASH RATATOUILLE WITH FETA
21 & Over, *Plus Youth *Youth can attend but must be accompanied by their adult parent, and are required to order a meal.
A 9% Live Entertainment Tax (L.E.T.) is included in the ticket price.
An 8.25% NV sales tax is included in all ticketed buffets and plated dinners.
All ticket sales are final. Sorry, no refunds.
Tickets must be purchased together in order for patrons to be seated together.
The show Jimmy Hopper "Sings Your Songs" is a custom show that you help create just by checking the box next to a song or an artist that you would like to hear. Then 20 mins before the show Jimmy Hopper will tally up the songs and artists and then perform the most selected songs for you, for a totally customized show that is unique and one-of-a-kind!
When National Enquirer invited readers to meet "the hottest unknown performer in America," it was only a matter of time before Jimmy Hopper would make his Journey of the Heart one which would reach far beyond his popularity in the showrooms and other major venues of Las Vegas. His interim move to the Big Apple provided numerous opportunities to tour nationwide while writing the music and score for the animation project and Broadway musical, The Day There Was No More Music, touted by some to be the next Lion King. The animation version is currently in production stages.
Becoming one of the most sought after concert and performance-show entertainers started long before Las Vegas. Jimmy Hopper began singing at the age of three at the top of his lungs from the back-yard swing in Virginia with his audience of six siblings. His mother tells the story that the neighbors would come out to listen and remind her that "He has the voice of an angel...he’ll grow up to be a singer." Prophetic words indeed.
At age four, he asked for his first guitar and immediately taught himself how to play. By age 12, he was performing in teen clubs in Hawaii where he and his family resided during his father’s military service. After high school, the business college education in court stenography quickly lost its luster. At age 20, Jimmy decided to have a serious musical career, beginning with his self-taught piano techniques. To this day, he’s never really had a musical lesson, though his multi-talents in singing, writing, piano, and guitar often amaze the musically-degreed members of his band.
Fast forward through years of performances and his numerous jingles written for television and radio to the late 1980s, when Jimmy developed a nodule on his vocal chords from having sung rock and roll through the years. After the surgical talents of Frank Sinatra’s doctor and the eight weeks required to forego singing, Jimmy secured vocal training from Darlene Romano, an opera teacher who taught him "proper technique" but, as Jimmy aptly states, "didn’t mess with my style." The two years of training increased his range to an astounding five octaves.
His journey continued, from San Francisco in the late 90s where he was awarded "Pop Vocalist of the Year" by the San Francisco Concerto Orchestra, to Las Vegas in 1998. Interestingly enough, it was his first year at the Rio Hotel that he began singing opera. One music critic provided the most apt description when he said, "Hopper is Freddie Mercury meets Andréa Bocelli." The white spiked hair is startling in contrast to the strong opera vocals which flow from his lips, when in the next breath he takes on symphonic rock that brings the house down.
The rest of the story is rave reviews—from the four years as the Bellagio’s headliner in Las Vegas, to engagements across the country from Harrah’s Lake Tahoe to New England’s Big E music festival to the Hoku Amphitheatre in Kona, Hawaii. Additional accolades in Las Vegas included "Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year" by Gaming Today and "Performer of the Year" by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Currently the Island Hotel in Newport Beach, California remains his home base while touring the United States with his trio, full band, or full band/orchestra as the journey continues in performance arts centers, corporate retreats, casinos and resorts, and numerous other travel destinations.
Throughout his career, Jimmy’s two daughters have clearly been the love focus of his life. His oldest daughter, Brittney, is a News Reporter on the West Coast, and his younger, Priscilla, red-headed and now age nine, loves life. Her innocent and endearing comments make their way into her father’s stage show nightly, known to his audience as "Priscillaisms."
Jimmy Hopper delivers a high-energy inimitable evening drawing fans of all ages. He sings the soundtrack of our lives in perfect pitch. As Ron Taft of Ron Taft Productions/Los Angeles summed it up, "Jimmy Hopper…the most amazing voice you’ll ever love!"
SAN FRANCISCO SALMON CHOWDER - $4 Cup / $7 Bowl
Heavy cream, garlic, white wine, celery fennel, taragon & fresh Salmon.
GARDEN CHICKEN OR SALMON SALAD - $12
Mixed greens & kale salad, topped with cheese, craisins, walnuts, flax seed and tomatoes served with dressing.
ST. JOHN’S SPINACH SALAD - $12
Tropical fruit, berries, red onions & shaved almonds served on a bed of fresh baby spinach, with raspberry vinaigrette dressing.
CHICKEN FINGERS OR WINGS - $10
Plain or tossed with a buffalo or BBQ sauce, served with ranch dressing, celery & fries.
THREE BLACK ANGUS SLIDERS - $10
Sharp or white cheddar served with sweet potato fries.
MEMPHIS BBQ PULLED PORK SLIDERS - $10
Shredded slow cooked pork seasoned just right with BBQ sauce on a brioche bun topped with coleslaw and fries.
LOUISIANA RIVER CATFISH SLIDERS - $10
Deep fried until golden brown and placed on a buttered brioche bun, topped with tartar sauce or chipotle mayo and served with fries.
PACIFIC PRAWNS BREADED - $12
Served with citrus chili or cocktail sauce.
STEAK 6 oz. FILET - $25
Served with garlic mashed potatoes and asparagus.
CHICKEN POMODORO - $25
Thinly pounded chicken lightly coated, then roasted in red pepper Vodka sauce topped with a Tomato Basil & Goat Cheese. layered on a bed of pasta.
PANKO ENCRUSTED TILAPIA - $25
over a bead of saffron rice smothered in a creamy white dill sauce.
EGGPLANT & SQUASH RATATOUILLE WITH FETA - $25
Diced Squash, Onions, Cauliflower, Broccoli and Eggplant in a Rich Tomato Sauce with Feta Cheese.
SEAFOOD MEDLEY - $25
Cod, Shrimp and Mussels served in a white wine butter and garlic sauce over linguini pasta.
ALL DINNERS COME WITH A CUP OF SOUP OR HOUSE SALAD
Ron’s Special - Order Any Buffet or Plated Dinner and Get a Glass of House Wine or Draft Beer for Only $5!
ADULTS $20 & SENIORS (55+ Years) $14
Several Gluten Free Items Available
TOSSED SALAD WITH DRESSINGS
SAVORY ROASTED MIXED POTATOES
CHEFS CHOICE VEGETABLES & RICE
CHICKEN MONTERREY or CHICKEN CACCIATORE
GRILLED SALMON WITH PUTTANESCA CRUDA or SALMON with WHITE LEMON DILL SAUCE
STUFFED PORK TENDERLOIN WITH STUFFING, WITH A CRANBERRY CHUTNEY
SOUTHERN APPLE COBBLER $7
CHOCOLATE HOT FUDGE BROWNIE SUNDAY $7
CARROT CAKE $8
VANILLA ICE CREAM $4
RON'S FAMOUS CHOCOLATE CAKE WITH CREAM CHEESE ICING $7
Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs, may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have a medical condition.
Not all ingredients are listed. • Alert your server of any food allergies.