Hollywood Legend, Television Star, and Las Vegas Headliner

And the man with a million stories about Las Vegas and the stars that played here.

Little's best-known continuing TV series was The Kopycats, hour-long segments of The ABC Comedy Hour, first broadcast in 1972. Taped in England, these comedy-variety shows consisted entirely of celebrity impersonations, with the actors in full costume and makeup for every sketch. The cast included Little, Frank Gorshin,Marilyn Michaels , George Kirby, British comedian Joe Baker,Fred Travalena, and Peter Goodwright.

Infamous for his skewering of political figures, Little has charmed, amused, intrigued and gotten the best of politicians from here to his native Canada. He entertained at both of Reagan’s presidential inaugurations and got to know the Reagan family very well during that time. President Reagan used to tell Little, “You do me better than I do.”

A master mimic of more than 200 voices, Little continues to impress throughout the world, with a constant touring schedule of the United States, Canada and abroad.

A professed classic movie buff, he’s particularly fond of doing Alan Ladd (his childhood hero), Gary Cooper and Clark Gable, but Little has also latched on to Baby Boomer-friendly characters, such as Edith Bunker, Kermit the Frog, Robin Leach and Dr. Ruth Westheimer, to name a few.



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“An impression is what you think a person sounds like. It could be an exaggeration or a cartoon. It’s your impression. I think of an impersonation as more of an exact copy. Knowing the person personally is not important; it’s knowing the speech patterns and mannerisms [in order] to imitate the person the way the public sees him.”


Some of his favorite current impressions are of stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Jack Nicholson and Clint Eastwood. “They’re easy to do,” he says. “They are larger than life.”

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2014 Jazz Vocalist of the Year


Quincy Jones speaks of how rare it is to find a young person who sings as if they have a lifetimes worth of experience. An "old soul" in a young body is the way Mr. Jones describes such a person. It is this description that defines a singer that makes every song they sing meaningful.

Trained classically, Toscha

has performed & traveled

with the Connecticut Opera

in their productions of "Porgy

and Bess" and "Rigoletto",

and she also performs with

Orlando Philharmonic

Orchestra. While Toscha

enjoys having the ability

to sing "Classical" music,

her desire is Jazz and

Rhythm and Blues. Some artists that have influenced her sound are: Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Anita Baker, and Aretha Franklin. Toscha has been fortunate enough to share the stage with such greats as Lou Rawls, Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Max Roach, and the late jazz great Nat Adderly.

2014 Male Tribute Artist of the Year


From the time he was five years old and heard his first Frank Sinatra record he’s been a crooner. Peter Pavone, Las Vegas' latest sensation as Frank Sinatra with the usual suspects comprise the Best of The Rat Pack Era.

Peter is an accomplished Jazz Singer, Actor, Dancer and Standup Comedian and has appeared in all of the Las Vegas Rat Pack Productions as Sinatra and the Country shows as Johnny Cash.

Peter Pavone has studied Theater and Music at San Diego Mesa College, City College as well as Drama at Fairfield University.

Peter currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada and produces the “Rat Pack Live,” “Johnny Cash and Friends” and serveral other shows.

Peters’ latest CD release “Cool, Hot and Swingin” and “Sinatra Style,” which includes “In the Wee Small Hours”, “One for My Baby” and “That Old Devil Moon” has received critical acclaim and can be found on ITunes.

Quincy Jones Recording Artist


Tommy Ward is one of Las Vegas’ most

requested performers. A critically acclaimed 18 year-old singer, musician, and entertainer his take on modern music is rooted in his love and appreciation of great musicians.

Within the past few years, Tommy has conquered the Las Vegas stages and made a headlining name for himself in arenas generally reserved for entertainers who are generations older. Respect for the past and its legendary crooners is always

present in Tommy’s music and lyrics. A soulful jazz influence meets a contemporary pop sound,

and the result is a music style that can appeal to everyone, young and old.

An accomplished and recognized performer, Tommy Ward has had the privilege of sharing the stage with celebrities and seasoned veterans of the music industry, and has headlined in many Vegas venues, including: Caesars Palace, the Mandarin Oriental, the Mirage, Suncoast, Sam’s Town, The Stratosphere, The LVH, Rio Hotel & Casino, The Plaza, and Vinyl at the Hard Rock.  He also has performed at the Smith Center, Cabaret Jazz, the San Gennaro Festival, and for numerous charity and corporate organizations, including The Ruvo Brain Center, Keep Memory Alive, St. Jude, Easter Seals, Children’s Miracle Network, the Las Vegas Academy, Opportunity Village, and The Ronald McDonald House.

Tommy has been featured in shows with Clint Holmes, Frankie Moreno, Ryan Silverman, and cast members from The Million Dollar Quartet, Jersey Boys, Phantom of the Opera, and Rock of Ages.

“Baby Buble”

Star of the Rat Pack


Nicholas Orestes Brooks was born in E. St. Louis, IL .

Nicholas' collegiate big break came in 1998. He was recruited to Northern Illinois University to be the singer for the NIU Jazz Ensemble (Big-band) - one of the top five Jazz programs in the U.S. Under the direction of Ron Carter, Nicholas was able to travel with the band across the U.S. and Europe touring with Jazz legends like, Wynton Marsalis, Frank Wess, Benny Golson and many more. During this time, Nicholas made several radio and

television appearances singing the National Anthem at high profile professional sports games. Also in his college years, Nicholas became the 2001 Homecoming King and was awarded the prestigious and coveted Down Beat Magazine U.S. and Canada Jazz Vocalist of the Year 2002 award, which propelled him into the music stratosphere. The Chicago Tribune also named Nicholas as one of the top rising artists in the U.S. Upon his graduation, the City of Batavia (Nicholas' hometown) awarded him with "Nicholas Brooks Day" on May 11, 2002.

the commercial headliner

Shortly there after Nicholas signed a contract with Celebrity Management (manager Jimmy Jay Smith) beginning his professional solo career in Las Vegas and abroad. In this new world of stardom, Nicholas has become a Las Vegas celebrity on tv & radio working with some of his musical idols and famed celebrities. Now, as a recording artist, Nicholas has established himself as a dynamic commercial vocalist and a Las Vegas headliner.


The Copacabana Orchestra

Musical Director