google-site-verification: googlea74c1dbc0ed24fc0.html Atlantic City Plugged In: The Pointer Sisters Ring in the New Year at Resorts Casino Hotel

The Pointer Sisters Ring in the New Year at Resorts Casino Hotel

Live on Sunday, December 31st

Source: Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City

Atlantic City, NJ (September 29, 2017) – Dynamic Pop female group, The Pointer Sisters, are ringing in the new year at Resorts Casino Hotel on Sunday, December 31st at 10:30pm in the Superstar Theater.  The Pointer Sisters, Ruth, Issa and Sadako maintain a busy schedule touring all over the world. 

Ticket prices are $75.00, $65.00 and $55.00 and on sale Saturday, September 30th, 2017 through Ticketmaster at or by calling Tickets will also be available at the Resorts’ Box Office.

The Pointer Sisters began their vocal careers in their father's church, The Church of God in West Oakland, California. Their first performance in Los Angeles at the Troubadour club was hailed by critics for its versatility and range and named The Pointer Sisters "the most exciting thing to hit show business in years." Their 1973 debut album with the single, "Yes We Can, Can," reached #11 on Billboard magazine's Pop singles chart. The following year, the sisters released another album that included a Country-Western tune, "Fairytale," written by the sisters. The single hit big on both the Country and Pop charts. As a result, the sisters became the first black female group to ever perform at the Grand Ole Opry. In 1975, "Fairytale" won the sisters their first Grammy Award, “Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group.”

Changing their style, the sisters signed with Planet Records recording a Rock 'n Roll album. The group's debut single, Bruce Springsteen's "Fire," went all the way to #2 on the Pop charts and went gold. Boosted by "Fire," the Energy album was certified gold and another top single "Happiness". In 1980, the group released Special Things; featuring the song "He's So Shy" that went to #3 and gold. In 1981, the group released Black & White, including one of the biggest hits of the year, "Slow Hand." The single topped out at #2 on the Billboard charts and became an anthem for women across the country.

The title of their 1983 album summed up exactly what the trio was about to do: Break Out. When Ruth took the lead for "Automatic," her deeper-than-deep vocals practically leapt off the vinyl, and helped the single go all the way to #5. The Pointer Sisters landed all over MTV, becoming one of the first black acts to be played in heavy rotation. "Jump (for my love)" raced to #3 on the Pop charts. "I'm So Excited" hit the Top 10 and became a Pointer classic! To date, the song has been played over 2.5 million times on radio. "Neutron Dance," featuring Ruth's gospel-spiked shouts, rose to #6 on the Pop charts as its video dominated MTV. Finally, Break Out spawned a sixth single, "Baby Come And Get It." The success of the album earned the sisters two Grammy Awards, “Best Vocal by a Duo or Group” for "Jump" and “Best Vocal Arrangement” for "Automatic," and two American Music Awards. Break Out was certified triple-platinum, making it the biggest selling album of the Pointer Sisters' career.

The group made a move to RCA Records, releasing their Contact album in 1985. Within three weeks of its release, Contact was certified platinum and the group went on to win another American Music Award for “Best Video Group.”  In late 1986, the Pointer Sisters released their second album with RCA, Hot Together, which spawned a top 40 hit with "Goldmine."  1993 marked the Pointer Sisters 20th year in the recording industry, celebrating with a new album, Only Sisters Can Do That, each wrote material for the album. Fans and critics alike sang the record's praises--Entertainment Weekly, for one, called the album "catchier than…Janet Jackson" and proclaimed it "the catchiest Sisters set since 1984's hit-packed Break Out."
In 1994 the ladies received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. That same day, it was announced that the group would begin a world-wide tour of the Fats Waller musical, Ain't Misbehavin', for 46 weeks and recorded a cast album. The sisters went on to be honored on the Soul of American Music Awards and were also inducted into the Soul Train Hall of Fame. They performed a special concert at the White House for then President Clinton. In 1996, they were one of the legendary acts that performed at the closing ceremony of the Olympics in Atlanta.  In 2004, the group recorded a live CD/DVD, which captured the energetic Pointers performing the hits that fans of all ages continue to enjoy!

The resort that brought gaming to Atlantic City in 1978, Resorts Casino Hotel, a Mohegan Sun Property, is at the top of its game today, offering world-class casino action in a relaxed environment that keeps the focus on fun. Resorts Casino Hotel made history as the first American casino outside of Nevada and is getting ready to celebrate a major milestone – their 40th anniversary in May 2018.  Winner of 20 Casino Player Magazine 2017 “Best of Gaming Awards,” Resorts Casino Hotel has undergone $100 million in renovations, including the all new state-of-the-art Resorts Conference Center, a large $25 million room renovation project and the $35 million Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville themed entertainment complex with the only beach bar, Landshark Bar & Grill, on the Atlantic City sand open – year round. 

Mohegan Gaming Advisors assumed management of Resorts Casino Hotel in 2012, a move that has set the stage for its return as the most exciting gaming destination in Atlantic City. Boasting a prime location spanning 11 acres at the northern end of the famed Atlantic City Boardwalk, the resort features 942 guest rooms and suites in two hotel towers, an 80,000-square-foot casino, two theaters, 10 restaurants, a food court featuring five eateries, two VIP slot and table player lounges, a casino bar, indoor-outdoor swimming pool, health club and spa, salon, and retail shops. Its 64,000 square feet of technologically advanced meeting space includes 24 meeting and function rooms, most featuring natural light and ocean views, and a 13,000-square-foot ballroom. For more information, visit our website or call 1.800.334.6378. Connect with us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or Instagram and view us on YouTube.
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