My Show Schedule – Week of Sept 8 – 14

Hi everyone!

Looks like September is turning into a busy month…here are a couple of the places you can hear me sing THIS week!


san+gennaro_2014SAN GENNARO FEAST
4245 South Grand Canyon Drive (near Flamingo Road & 215 Freeway…West side of town)

Entertainment begins at 5:00pm and goes till closing, 11:00pm…SHADES OF SINATRA will perform at 9:00pm.

No one under the age of 18 years old, unless accompanied by a parent(s), will be allowed to enter the San Gennaro Feast after 9pm. Any person(s) under the age of 18 years, that are inside of the feast after 9pm, may be asked to leave if not accompanied by a parent. No need to wait in line, purchase your tickets online! Show your PayPal receipt email to the ticket collectors at the Main Entrance.

Adults & Children = $9 (2 adults for $14)
Seniors & Military = $8
(children 54′ and under are free)

To purchase tickets, visit


Gold Coast Wednesday Afternoon Flyer with PhotoGOLD COAST CASINO SHOWROOM
4000 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103

Joining me will be Dan Ellis on keyboards & Darin Presley on drums…we will be performing from 1-4pm in the Showroom/Lounge as part of their “Gold Coast Classics” Jazz Series. FREE ADMISSION…No Drink Minimum! Join us for a GREAT afternoon of dancing and FABULOUS music!


classic broadway ron and lisa smith fayne & friendsRON DECAR’S EVENT CENTER
1201 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89104

Ron and I are really excited to join Bill Fayne at Ron Decar’s Event Center (Viva Las Vegas Event Center) on Saturday, September 13th for an evening of CLASSIC BROADWAY, featuring music from the best Broadway Shows of the 1960’s, including FUNNY GIRL, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, MAN OF LA MANCHA, THE FANTASTICKS, PROMISES PROMISES, AND MORE!

The evening begins at 8:00pm. Dinner & Cocktails available for purchase beginning at 7pm. Tickets start at just $15.00 for General Admission 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).

*UPDATE* DANGEROUS CURVES (Karen Michaels, Margaret Menzies, Lisa Smith) will be doing a special 30-minute performance during the evening too! 2 shows for the price of one!!!

$25.00: VIP “Golden Circle” First Two Rows (This ticket admits one person, at 4-Top Bistro Table)
$25.00:(This ticket admits one person, at 8-Top Table)
21 & Over, *Plus Youth (*Youth can attend but must be accompanied by their adult parent, and are required to order a meal)
A 10% Live Entertainment Tax (L.E.T.) will be added to all ticket sales.

Get your tickets HERE:

My SEXY Husband Starring in “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” – Opens TOMORROW!

Ron Smith: Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd

My fabulous, talented and sexy husband, Ron Smith, opens tomorrow in a brand new production at the historic Plaza Hotel in downtown Las Vegas tomorrow night, March 31st at 7:00pm. He will be playing the role of Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd…from everything I’ve heard, it’s going to be a great show! Can’t wait to see it…congrats honey!

Claiming its spot as one of the sexiest production shows in Las Vegas, “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” will open at the Plaza Hotel and Casino on Saturday, March 31.

“The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” is based on the book by Larry L. King and Peter Masterson, with music and lyrics by Carol Hallis. The musical is based on the true story of the legendary Texas brothel known as the Chicken Ranch. The risqué musical chronicles how the town’s sheriff and regular patron of the brothel fights to keep the historical whorehouse open as a crusading do-gooder television commentator seeks to close its doors.

The full production show at the Plaza will take audience members on a trip through history while watching some of the sexiest girls in Las Vegas sing, dance and act.

“The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” will debut in the Plaza’s classic showroom with live performances every evening at 7pm.

Ticket prices start at $59.95 for general admission. Tickets are available at the Plaza Hotel and Casino box office, ONLINE HERE or by phone at 702-946-8934 or 800-793-9332.

ADDITIONAL CAST MEMBERS INCLUDE: Kellie Wright, Jacqueline Holland Wright, Jay Joseph, Audrei-Kairen, Skye Dee Miles, Bruce Block, Quentin Walters, John Ivanoff, Chris Rogers, Roland August, Ryan Bobbett, Joelle Jensen, Amanda Kaiser, Brittany Nance, Claudia Cervenka, Anita Bean, Brittani Egizii, Diana Osborn, Darci Bender Hubber, Robin Vincent, Elijah Duncan O’Connell, Ace Gilliam, Geoffrey Tough, Lysander Abadia, LeMichael Curry & Paris Lo.

Directed by Betty Sullivan Cleary
Choreographed by Eddie Otero
Musical Direction by Dan Ellis
Company Manager Darlene Ryan
Music Editing by Phillip Wiker
Costuming by Deborah Scott

“Bill Fayne and Friends” Celebrate SONDHEIM!

On October 8 & 9, Lisa & Ron Smith will be joining Bill Fayne and several other Las Vegas performers as they pay tribute to the music of the great STEPHEN SONDHEIM! Showtime, 7:30pm, Suncoast Hotel & Casino Showroom.

Tickets start at ONLY $15.95 and can be purchased through the box office (702-636-7075 / 877-636-7111) or online here:

PLEASE don’t miss this show! The TALENT in this production is INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bill Fayne & Friends...CELEBRATE SONDHEIM! Oct 8 & 9, 2011

PRESS RELEASE: On October 8 & 9 The Suncoast Hotel/Casino presents  BILL FAYNE AND FRIENDS…CELEBRATE SONDHEIM! Bill celebrates the music and lyrics of musical theater’s genius and treasure, STEPHEN SONDHEIM. The show will feature many of Bill’s friends, 30 of Las Vegas’ best singer/actors as well as a wonderful small orchestra. The music features highlites from shows like FOLLIES, COMPANY, WEST SIDE STORY, SWEENY TODD, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, INTO THE WOODS, GYPSY, and more! It promises to be a gala show like never seen before in this city. Sondheim turned 80 years old this year and has had tributes in New York and in London. This is the Las Vegas version of those Birthday celebrations.

For more info contact Bill Fayne @, 702-683-9065

American Idol Promo and Rehearsals…

Okay, so I promised I would write a least a few times a month, so I guess I am due for another post… :)

Nothing very exciting to write about this week, except that I did have a simple, yet surprisingly FUN gig on Tuesday! I was hired to take some “American Idol” t-shirts and a bunch of balloons over to KLUC-FM Radio Station 98.5 and deliver a Singing Telegram to the DJ/Hosts of the “Chet Buchanan & the Morning Zoo” Show. It was to promote the Season Premier of “American Idol” on FOX, and it went really well (they even had me sing it LIVE on the air). A big thank you to Chet, Lauren, and Spence of the Morning Zoo for being so great, and an even BIGGER thanks to JAM Entertainment & Creative Services out of Chicago for the getting me the gig!

Aside from that, I also had a couple of rehearsals with Dangerous Curves to prepare for our upcoming appearance in the Performing Arts Society of Nevada’s show next Sunday called “New York, New York: The City in Song.” We will be doing a trio arrangement of the song “Girl in 14G” and a really fun 3-part arrangement of “Lullaby of Broadway.” We worked out all the blocking/staging on Friday, and I think the audience is really going to like what we’ve prepared!

Ron and I also spent some time this week preparing for our Back To Broadway” show, which we’ll be doing on Wednesday at the Roadhaven Resort in Apache Junction, AZ. (By the way, a big thank you to our house-sitters who’ll be keeping an eye on things and taking care of our “kids” while we are out of town). Since we are adding several new songs to this special one-hour version of the show, it’s been a bit of work putting it all together. Here’s a rundown of what we’ll be including in the show:

  • Putting It Together – Sunday in the Park with George
  • Come Back To Me – On a Clear Day
  • Stars and the Moon – Songs for a New World
  • Do You Love Me – Fiddler on the Roof
  • Lullaby of Broadway/42nd Street – 42nd Street
  • I’m Not That Girl – Wicked
  • Suddenly Seymour – Little Shop of Horrors
  • Ya Got Trouble – The Music Man
  • Adelaide’s Lament – Guys and Dolls
  • You’re the Boss – Smokey Joe’s Café
  • I Won’t Send Roses – Mack and Mabel
  • Nowadays – Chicago
  • All I Ask of You – Phantom of the Opera
  • Stars – Les Miserables
  • And I Am Telling You – Dream Girls
  • Together, Wherever We Go – Gypsy

As you can tell, it’s a really fun show to do. Tons of GREAT music from some of the best Broadway shows in history! Besides, we decided it would be fun to make the gig into a little mini-vacation for us by heading down there a day early and staying two nights instead of one.  PLUS we got a great deal on…only $60 a night for Courtyard by Marriott! SO, we’re really looking forward to this…I’ll let you know how it goes…

Have a FABULOUS week everyone! :)

My FIRST Post!

This is my first Blog post!  I am planning to keep things as simple as possible.  Just little updates on what’s going on in my life…not the great, American novel.  Short entries as often as possible.  That’s the idea…

So I am actually at home today, trying to get caught up on real-life stuff!  Things h"A New World" at the Grove Theatreave been pretty crazy lately.  For the past 3 weeks I have been driving back and forth to CA on the weekends to do a show called “A New World” at the Grove Theatre. It has been….um….how do I put this nicely?  An “experience.”  Without going into great detail, I will just say that I have discovered that I really enjoy being “in charge” or at least feeling like my ideas and opinions are considered.  I have very little control in this show, and it’s driving me crazy.  BUT, I’m a big believer that everything happens for a reason, and there is something that I will take from this experience which will help me greatly in the future.  If nothing else, I met a few really great people.  Robin, the other female singer in the show is AMAZING, and I can definitely learn a lot from her.  Dennis has been a lot of fun to get to know…extremely talented.  And it’s been great getting back in touch with Freddie again.  See, I’m looking at the positive side already! :)

Last week, “Dangerous Curves” had a photo session with Wayne, and I think we got some really nice shots.  We are still working on getting our CD finished.  It’s been hard with me being gone so much, but the girls have been great about it.  We have rehearsal tomorrow here at my house to get ready for the couple of gigs we have coming up (October 3 at Stirling Club, and October 10 at New Song Church).  I have to say, I really enjoy our newest “Curve”, Gret Menzies.  She is just so positive and sweet, and she’s got a great voice on top of that.  What more could you ask for?

Well, that’s it for today…time to get some laundry done and clean the house a bit.  I will try to write a little note each day, or at least a few times a week.  Till then…