Self-guided Las Vegas Strip Tour, through the lens of the history of Liberace Liberace is the reason Las Vegas looks like Las Vegas. He was the harbinger of modern showmanship and show business, and a pioneer of old Vegas. Here is the guide to finding Liberace’s history in Las Vegas, including the Liberace Museum Collection…
Liberace’s name in lights returns permanently to the site of his longest running residency, as signs go up for Liberace Avenue in Las Vegas, at last.
The legendary British singer explains his inspiration for his newly recorded tribute to Liberace. We take a look back at the two artists referring to each other in the public eye, nearly 40 years ago. Have a listen, too!
In a meeting of the Clark County Planning Commission, the name of a major thoroughfare in Las Vegas was approved for name change, from Karen Avenue to Liberace Avenue, marking a tremendous victory for the Liberace Foundation.
Chloe Flower has made history as the first major label recording artist to cover a Liberace piece. Naturally, its Christmas!
Those who want to preserve for the public seem to always come to blows with those who want to own for themselves.
Legendary Las Vegas show producer Jeff Kutash has been working behind the scenes keeping his next production quiet. That’s about to change. Pay close attention.
The latest Gallaudet University Liberace Scholar has been announced!
Front man of legendary rock band is joined by its co-founder Chuck Panozzo at Liberace Garage, before the pair discussed the experience on stage at the Venetian in Las Vegas.
We at the Liberace Foundation are deeply saddened to announce the passing of our longest serving member of the Board of Directors. Our condolences to the family and many friends of the one and only, Anna Nateece.