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Photos: David Perrico and his band are a highlight of ‘Pin Up’ at Stratosphere


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The grand opening and red carpet of “Pin Up” starring Claire Sinclair at the Stratosphere on Monday, April 29, 2013.

Grand Opening of 'Pin Up' at Stratosphere

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Claire Sinclair and Holly Madison at the "Pin Up" grand opening at the Stratosphere on Monday, April 29, 2013.

My mother a long time ago told me that if I didn’t have anything nice to say, then I shouldn’t say anything at all.

“Pin Up” starring Claire Sinclair at the Stratosphere on Monday night:

The star. The singer. The dancers. The story. The segments. The costumes. Former local TV reporter Alicia Jacobs tweeted that they were colorful.

The band, as always, David Perrico’s guys, were great — horns and drums really on the case.

The audience: a wonderful turnout of Strip personalities.

“Pin Up” for the moment plays late night at the Stratosphere without topless nudity.

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