Visionaries: The Minds behind the show

  • David Saxe Producer of Vegas The Show

    David Saxe Producer and Writer

    David Saxe is Las Vegas' most prolific show producer. He was born and raised in Las Vegas. His mother was a dancer in Folies Bergere, and his father was a bandleader for The Rat Pack. David launched his first show on the Las Vegas Strip at the age of 17, making him the youngest producer in Vegas' history. During the last two decades, he has produced more than 100 shows in Las Vegas and all over the world including: V - The Ultimate Variety Show, Melinda - First Lady of Magic, and Showgirls of Magic. He currently has multiple shows in production at both of his Saxe & V Theaters inside the Miracle Mile Shops - Planet Hollywood Resort as well as The Quad Hotel. He was thrilled to have the nation's top performers, crew members and entertainment visionaries by his side as he launched VEGAS! THE SHOW in 2010.

  • Pat Caddick of Vegas The Show

    Pat Caddick Musical Director

    Pat Caddick has been involved in the Los Angeles and Las Vegas music scene for more than 25 years as a player, arranger, orchestrator, producer, and director. He has worked with artists such as Barbra Streisand, Melissa Etheridge, Kevin Costner, Maurice White and Philip Bailey (Earth Wind and Fire), Bobby Kimball (Toto), The Pointer Sisters, Celine Dion, Brian McKnight, Wayne Newton, Danny Gans (on Broadway), Clint Holmes, Sheena Easton, Tower of Power, Billy Gilman, Helen Reddy, and many more. Pat has scored films (Universal, Colombia Pictures, Golan Globus) as well as composing theme songs for TV (NBC, CBS). Serving as a faculty member at USC in Southern California for 16 years, he created a songwriting program that has produced a new generation of songwriters and film composers.

  • Jerry Lopez of Vegas The Show

    Jerry Lopez Band Leader

    Jerry Lopez was born into a musical family in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He began playing various instruments and singing professionally at a very early age. By the time he was 14 years old, he was a seasoned studio singer and touring musician with records playing all over the U.S. and abroad. Though the years, Jerry has honed his skills as a guitarist, singer, and composer as well as a solid band leader, musical director and front man. He can be heard in just about every city in the U.S. and overseas on jingles, television sound tracks and as a guest guitarist or singer with other artists. Today, with the band "Santa Fe & the Fat City Horns", many of his friends he's toured and recorded with show up to be "guest artists" with the band or sit in from time to time. Today, with the band "Santa Fe & the Fat City Horns", many of his touring friends show up to be "guest artists" with the band or sit in from time to time including Bill Champlin, Tom Scott, Kenny Loggins, The Carlos Santana Band, Wayne Brady, Clint Holmes and Ricky Peterson.