Melody Sweets took to the stage at Harrah’s Showroom Saturday night to sing one of her favorite Elvis hits, “You’re the Boss,” with the cast of “Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel in Concert.” Sweets, the multi-talented singer, dancer and burlesque artist who opened in “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace and recently released new single “Flavor of the Month,” has been developing a show of her own
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Local chanteuse Melody Sweets is back on the scene with a new single, “Flavor of the Month,” set to be released this Friday, August 16. It’s a big band, burlesque-style cover of the classic hip-hop track originally recorded by Black Sheep and the accompanying music video, which comes out a week later, features cast members from Chippendales, “Absinthe,” Cirque du Soleil, “Crazy Girls,” “Magic Mike Live,” “Opium” and other shows. Taste the flavor at a release party and live performance from Sweets at the Chocolate Lounge, upstairs at the Sugar Factory at Fashion Show mall, on August 27 at 8 p.m.
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Melody Sweets’ return to the stage is among the highlights of the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend at The Orleans. The former Green Fairy from “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace and a board member for the Burlesque Hall of Fame in the Arts District will perform a new, original number during Saturday night’s Miss Exotic World competition.
Tease Queen and BHOF board member Melody Sweets said she’s excited to see the burlesque community’s hard work come to fruition. “I only wish that [BHOF originators and burlesque legends] Jennie Lee and Dixie Evans were still around today to see their dream come to reality,” Sweets says. “They would be so proud.”
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Chanteuse Melody Sweets, put on a holiday version of her show “The Sweets’ Spot” December 19, which also happened to be her birthday. Joined by Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns as her band and vocalist Jassen Allen, Sweets performed a lineup of holiday hits as well as her own original songs, including “Santa Maybe.”
Melody Sweets has evolved from the alpha burlesque queen of Absinthe to a shimmering chanteuse who makes regular appearances at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz inside The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. Sweets recently touched base with Las Vegas Magazine’s Matt Kelemen on the occasion of her upcoming Cabaret Jazz production The Sweets’ Spot Holiday Spectacular on Dec. 19 to talk with her about the current turning point in her career.
It seems like Melody Sweets has been one of Las Vegas’ most recognizable entertainers since she arrived from New York City in 2011 to perform in the acclaimed Absinthe at Caesars Palace. That’s probably because the petite burlesque star with the big, soulful voice pops up all over town to support her fellow performers and participate in charitable events, something she says has been easy to do.
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Melody Sweets, the original Green Fairy in the hit production “Absinthe,” is leaving the Spiegeltent.
Sweets announced Monday she will depart from Caesars Palace’s Roman Plaza on Oct. 22, when her contract with production company Spiegelworld expires. Sweets is an original cast member of the show dating to its opening on the Strip in April 2011, and she originated the Green Fairy character.
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Her Tuesday burlesque production, titled “The Sweets Spot,” hinted at her pre-“Absinthe” cabaret shows in New York, and she noted at the top, “Look at this place! It’s beautiful! I am not used to singing in buildings anymore!” She unleashed “Dean Martin’s “When You’re Drinking,” her own “As Good as it Gets,” and a cover of Alice Cooper’s “Is it My Body,” ... Magician Mac King of Harrah’s opened the night, and the guest stars were figures famous on the Vegas burlesque scene ...
“Absinthe” at Caesars Palace singer and burlesque star Melody Sweets sure delivered on her promise of dazzling eye candy at her “Sweets’ Spot” evening of decadence at Cabaret Jazz in The Smith Center on Tuesday night." -Robin Leach
She’s known to fans of the Las Vegas show “Absinthe” as the alluring Green Fairy, one of the many colorful performers in the raunchy, hilarious, adults-only spectacle at Caesars Palace. But on June 26, Melody Sweets will be the ringmaster for her very own production beneath the big white tent outside Caesars Palace, “Big Top Circus and Burlesque.”
Today, singer and burlesque performer Melody Sweets gives us a glimpse of what she carries in her handbag. Here, she carries a Swarovski-covered vintage clutch. Find out what's inside Sweet's handbag, including two of the hottest things ever found in a handbag ...
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As Robin Leach settles into a northern Italian lake district lifestyle before his traditional summer vacation under the Tuscan sun in Italy — plus Lake Como and Lake Maggiore this year — many of our Strip personalities have again stepped forward in his absence to pen their own words of wisdom. We continue today with knockout burlesque beauty Melody Sweets.
It’s time to turn up the heat with ABSINTHE’s sultry Green Fairy, Melody Sweets. Known for her seductive and sensual burlesque performances, Sweets is set to debut the world premiere of “Love Digitale,” a new single from her hit album,
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Melody Sweets Presents The World Premiere of 'Love Digitale'