The Daily Snack: Late-Night Tunes With Bootlegger Bistro’s ‘After Hours’ Series

A dynamic music duo you don't want to miss performs this weekend

By OTS Staff

After being around for 72 years and hosting artists like Sonny King and Ruth Brown, The Bootlegger Italian Bistro (7700 Las Vegas Blvd., south of The Strip) is reintroducing its “After Hours” Series with Bucky Heard of The Righteous Brothers and guitarist John Wedemeyer.

Heard has shared the stage with many well-known legendary artists such as B.B. King, Glen Campbell and Journey’s Jonathan Cain. Wedemeyer also has performed with famous headliners like Debbie Gibson, Donny and Marie Osmond and “America’s Got Talent” 2010 winner Michael Grimm.

Thrilled to announce that John and I will be performing at the incredible Bootlegger Bistro beginning this Friday and…

Posted by Bucky Heard on Thursday, March 18, 2021

The Deets:

• The duo will be performing at The Bootlegger Italian Bistro from 10 p.m.-1 a.m. on March 19 and 20.

• Guests will be able to enjoy the bistro’s menu along with the entertainment.

• The menu features the recipes of Chef Maria Perry.

• For reservations, call (702) 736-4939.

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