The "Fabulous" Vegas Good Fellas!
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The Vegas Good Fellas!
Meet the band members

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The Vegas Good Fellas!Kent Foote

At the age of five Kent’s mother had him start piano lessons. At the age of eight she enrolled him at the Larry Pino Conservatory of Music. It was the policy of the conservatory to give a music aptitude test after eight weeks of study. To remain in the conservatory a score of 80% was required. He scored 98%. The music career was on its way. He went on to study at the conservatory for eight years.

At the age of 12 he joined a rock and roll band and fell in love with the music. He played his first gig at thirteen years old. His love of this music grew. He played with a couple of groups until one day wanted to form his own unique band and was one of the founders of Body Mind & Soul. These were top musicians of their time who later became one of the top bands in the west. They played venues having over 5,000 seats Such as The Valley Music Hall, The Terrace Ballroom and Event Center. They opened for several big name bands like Beach Boys, The Byrds, Everly Brothers and more. The band recorded for Gayle Productions who represented Warner Brothers Studios. After some unfortunate and unforeseen events he left the business.

Fast forward to 1999! Kent was enjoying dinner one night at Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant one evening with his wife and business partner. He walked up to the piano bar where Mr. Paul Stevenson was performing. He put a tip in the jar and asked Paul to play “Come Fly with Me” (Kent is a big Sinatra fan) Paul jokingly said, “if you’ll sing it I’ll play it”. Kent said what the heck, give me the microphone. It had been years since he had performed. After singing Paul said do you know any more? Kent Replied yes! They have been together ever since that day in 1999. As things progressed over the nexts few years, horns, bass, drums and guitar were added. Kent has appeared on the same shows as Zowie Bowie, Clint Holmes, The Scinta’s, Pia Zadora, David Perico, Paul Shortino and many other top entertainers. Kent is back doing what he loves!

Kent has performed in shows and on stage with Chris Philips (Zowie Bowie), Clint Holmes, Robert Nash, Pia Zaorda, David Perico, Paul Shortino, Gary Anthon, Jonathan Scott (ABC Morning Blend) & a host of others.

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The Vegas Good Fellas!Paul Stevenson

Paul Stevenson is a transplant from Chicago performing in Las Vegas for over 20 years. He is a jazz, blues and rock musician playing piano, keyboards and vocals. He is self taught as well as studying at the Chicago Conservatory of Music. He started his music career at the age of 14 tagging along with his father Louis who was an accomplished violinist from the Gold Coast of Chicago. Paul has been named a singers pianist as he is known for his abilities to make any singer so comfortable and being praised by all who he has accompanied. He has a tremendous ability to listen to a song and play it back to you. He has performed with the likes of Buddy Greco, Debbie Reynolds and even has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show. Paul has performed on Chicago’s renowned “Rush Street” with a number of celebrities and met Frank Sinatra at his hangout Jilly’s. He creates music compilations likened to Tony Bennett, Stevie Wonder and the Doobie Brothers. Paul is one of the founding members and currently performing with The Vegas Good Fellas.

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The Vegas Good Fellas!Keith Neal

Keith was born and raised in Southern California and has lived in Las Vegas since 1991. He showed an interest in music at an early age, his cousin saw this and gave Keith his first guitar at the age of five, infact he still owns and plays. 

At a young age Keith taught himself the drums, piano and the bass, and has played each of these instruments in a band at one time or another. 

Keith is an accomplished lead vocalist, songwriter and producer of music. He worked behind the scenes for three years for the hit show “Legends” In Concert” that also ran in Honolulu Hawaii in the mid-1990's producing some of the music tracks for various impersonators appearing in the show. Keith has traveled the United States and done two ten city tours of Japan, one with the Platters & another with an Elvis impersonator show, and has performed in Bermuda. He had the pleasure of performing onstage and on a 2004 CD with Phil (Fang) Volk the original bass player for “Paul Revere and the Raiders”. Keith can be seen as lead guitarist onstage with Las Vegas celebrity.  He is active on Monday nights leading the “Tap House All Star Band”. As well as being a proud member of the band The Vegas Good Fellas he also is part of the Scinta’s show as a utility player which is currently running in downtown Las Vegas.

Keith truly is passionate about playing music, with his unique style, playing with his teeth and has been in many bands over the last 40 years. Keith was born with a rare eye development called Optic-atrophy (under development of the optic nerve). This underdevelopment does not slow him down at all, he can do anything anyone else can except drive a car legally.

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The Vegas Good Fellas!Dick Jones   

I studied bass at East Carolina  University after which I joined the United States Air Force Band where I played with the Airmen of Note for 3 years. I've been playing bass professionally for 62 years 49 of which have been in Las Vegas where I  played in various showrooms where I accompanied celebrities including , Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Tony Bennett, Jack Jones, Julie London, Wayne Newton, Andy Williams, Frankie Avalon, Vic Damone, Robert Goulet, Liberace,Ann Margaret, Doc Severinsen, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme  and many others.

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The Vegas Good Fellas!John Plows

John Plows graduated with honors from the Musicians Institute of Technology in Los Angeles, California having started his professional performance career at the age of 13.  A truly versatile artist, he has performed with Chuck Berry, the Jordanaires, Kenny Rogers, Vince Gill, Reba McEntire, Wynonna Judd, and Grammy award-winning arranger and composer, Gary Anderson among others. John has performed in musical theatre productions such as "Smokey Joe's Café," “Leader of the Pack,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” and "Man of La Mancha."  He opened for Diamond Rio at a benefit concert in the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville and recorded with The Four Freshmen.  John has been performing in Las Vegas since 1985 and has performed in numerous shows including "Tony and Tina's Wedding", "American Superstars" “Country Fever,  Marty Allen and Karon Kate Blackwell's "Hello Dere" and The Vegas Good Fellas.  He currently resides in Henderson, Nevada.
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The Vegas Good Fellas!

Steve Poncar

Born in the Chicago suburb of Naperville, IL Steve began studying saxophone privately at the age of 6. Both his father and grandfather were musicians so Steve, along with his 5 brothers was encouraged to take up an instrument at an early age.  His grandfather played his saxophone and Steve was given his namesake, so it seemed the natural thing to do to pass the saxophone torch to Steve.

All through school, Steve excelled in band, entering talent shows and was featured as a soloist in school competitions and concerts and soon began expanding his musical horizons in Jazz.  Directly after high school, he studied at the Jamie Aebersoll Jazz Camp for the summer before attending Western IL University for three months.  It was there that Steve decided not to pursue the academic side of music, but rather move in the direction of performing.

He then hooked up with local musicians and bands creating a name for himself playing Jazz, Funk and R& B. That led Steve to an offer to play with Rick Saucedo, the premiere Elvis impersonator in Chicago, and two weeks later the show flew to Las Vegas performing at the Stardust as a headline act in the summer of 1978. Within 6 months, moved to LA where he enrolled in Dick Grove School of Music in Studio Performance.
He went on to continue his advanced education in Writing/Arranging & Film Scoring. During his schooling Steve began playing with various LA bands adding flute and vocals to his repertoire. His new associations led him to perform at some of the most popular clubs in LA and he was offered an opportunity to record a track on an early Stray Cats album in 1980. He also recorded an album of Beatles sound a-likes for Hal Leonard Publishing as well as a demo for Al Jarreau and an album for Arthur More.

 In 1984, Steve opened up City Heat Productions, an entertainment company while growing his business, he performed on the TV shows and in movies including Picket Fences, Earth Angel, Baywatch, Beverly Hills 90210, Naked Gun 33 1/3 and the Frank Sinatra  mini-series to name a few. He can also be heard on the King of the Hill animated series singing Twist and Shout and in the movie “This Boy’s Life” performing as Robert DeNiro in the saxophone scene.

In 2004, Steve moved to Las Vegas and soon began performing locally before being offered the saxophone chair in Terry Fator’s New Show in 2007. Steve continues to maintain his strong musical abilities currently performing in various groups around Las Vegas with The Vegas Good Fellas Band, the Vegas Underground & the Tap House Band, the Foundation Room, Siena Trattoria, Ferraro’s Fine Italian, and  tours with two Billy Joel/Elton John production Shows as well as Tina Marie’s Comedy Hypnosis Shows.

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