CHARLES PHOENIX AT VIVA LAS VEGAS
Big Retro Slide Shows
Orleans Hotel Showroom
4500 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV
Prepare for your national pride to swell when Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, launches retro pop culture into the stratosphere! With his keen expertise, unbridled enthusiasm and eagle eye for oddball detail, Charles shares the…Read More
CHARLES PHOENIX: LAS VEGASLAND
Live Comedy Retro Slide Show Performance Celebrating Sin City in the 50s & 60s!
4982 Shirley Street
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Be prepared for your local loving spirit to soar, Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix is celebrating vintage Vegas, at the Liberace Mansion. With his keen expertise, unbridled enthusiasm, and eagle-eye for oddball detail, Charles shares…Read More
CHARLES PHOENIX: SAN FERNANDO VALLEYLAND
Live Comedy Performance Celebrating the World’s Most Famous Valley
Valley Relics Museum
7900 Balboa Blvd #C3
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Surrounded by the electrifying collection pop culture treasures of Valley Relics Museum, Ambassador of Americana Charles Phoenix roasts and toasts the iconic San Fernando Valley. With his rousing enthusiasm, gracious wit and keen eye for…Read More
CHARLES PHOENIX: CATALINALAND
Live Retro Slide Show Performance Celebrating SoCal's Enchanted Island!
Avalon Casino Theatre
1 Casino Way
Avalon, CA 90704
Catalina Island Museum presents ... Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, at the iconic Casino's spectacular 1929 Art Deco movie palace. Be prepared for your Catalina loving' spirit to SOAR when Charles sweeps us away on…Read More
I know, it’s mesmerizing! That double-decker horse collar grill and all-around “Queen From Outer Space”-age styling is more than we mere Earthlings are hard-wired to comprehend.
We’re lovin’ the trio of beauty queen wannabees mistaking the back seat as a throne for three.
In 1957, the Ford Motor Company introduced their all-new and ballyhooed Edsel not as a new model, but rather as a new marque, an entirely new line of cars.
According to legend, a famous automotive journalist declared, “It looks like an Oldsmobile sucking a lemon.” The public must’ve thought so too because after just three years of production, Ford discontinued the Edsel in 1960.
People often ask me if I have a favorite vintage slide. Right now it’s definitely this one! Make no mistake: it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood when one of these mid-century marvels motors by.
Here’s to Edsels and YOU!
May 10, 2011
Los Angeles, CA