Sandra Piller Joins Joan Collins and Village People at The Hollywood Show Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada (PressExposure) November 01, 2011 -- Stars and celebrities from movies, TV shows and the music business are joining The Hollywood Show as it comes to Las Vegas. One of the world's most celebrated autograph and photo-opportunity events, the November 18-19 show will feature country singer Sandra Piller in special appearances on both days.

In a unique twist, the chart-topping recording artist will be appearing at a vendor table with her mother, actress Sandra Giles, whose credits include roles in "It Happened at the World's Fair" with Elvis Presley, "Ask Any Girl" with David Niven, plus guest appearances in such TV shows as "Columbo," "Quincy, M.E.," and "Land of the Giants." The two Sandras are the first mother/daughter celebrities to be featured at The Hollywood Show events.

"After having such a great time at prior Shows, we are really looking forward to being in the Vegas Hollywood Show," Piller says. "Talking with so many wonderful fans is terrific fun, and it is a thrill to interact with stars we've seen in so many different movies and TV shows."

"Taking part in these shows means I get to catch up with actors and actresses I've worked with or met in Hollywood and on location," Giles said. "With all the great fans and the Las Vegas location, this show could turn into quite a party!" she added.

"We're going to have photos, CDs, memorabilia and some free give-aways at our table," Piller notes, "so I hope everyone will stop by to say hello. And you can hear selections of some country music from my latest album. After listening to a track or two, people often buy a copy of my 'Days Like These' album, and I like signing 'em with a personalized note. Plus, at the last show, one of the male visitors to our table commented that mom's celebrity and pin-up photos were worth the price of admission. Some of them are very va-va-voom!"


In addition to Sandra Piller and Sandra Giles, celebrities scheduled to appear at The Hollywood Show Vegas include Susan Anton, the Village People, Barbara Eden, and Joan Collins, who will be signing copies of her brand-new book, "The World According to Joan." Also scheduled to appear are Edd Byrnes, Valerie Perrine, Loni Anderson, Ernest Borgnine, Charlene Tilton, Tippi Hedren, Michael O'Keefe, and Susan Olsen.

Where and When

The Hollywood Show Vegas begins Friday night, November 18, and continues on Saturday, November 19 at Harrah's Hotel & Casino, 3475 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109. Showtimes are from 5-9pm on Friday, 10am-6pm on Saturday.

About Sandra Piller

Named New Music Weekly's 2010 Country Female Artist of the Year, Sandra Piller released her third album, "Days Like These," in January on Shady Hill Records. Recorded at "Cowboy" Jack Clement's studio in Nashville, the album's dozen tracks were produced by Jane Bach (writer of hits for Reba McEntire, JoDee Messina and others) and Executive Producer Clement (producer of hits for Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and a host of other country legends). "Days Like These" is available on iTunes, Amazon, and all the usual places for physical and digital distribution. Autographed copies may be purchased at The Hollywood Show Vegas.

About The Hollywood Show

Started in 1979, The Hollywood Show is legendary among autograph shows, not only for the celebrities who appear, but the crowds each event brings. Currently taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, The Hollywood Show has earned the reputation of being "the place" for celebrities to sign autographs and pose for photographs. Plus, it is recognized worldwide as the perfect place for fans to get "up close and personal" with their favorite stars.

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