Monday, March 14, 2016

Too Short Brings The Party To LAX For Throwback Thursday


Too Short packed the house at LAX Nightclub on Thursday, March 10, where he performed as part of the venue's Throwback Thursday series.
The West Coast hip-hop pioneer delivered rousing renditions of hits from his legendary 30-year career, including "Don't Fight the Feeling," "Gettin' It," "I'm a Player," and his hit single "Blow the Whistle."

Born Todd Anthony Shaw, Too Short holds the distinction of being one of the few artists to collaborate with both Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. during the heights of their careers. Most recently, the hip-hop icon worked with notable artists including Jay Z, Chris Brown, and Lady Gaga, with whom he recorded "Jewels n' Drugs" for her album "Artpop."

Every Thursday at LAX Nightclub, DJs spin favorite hits from the '80s and '90s, with several memorable Throwback performers hosting select nights throughout the year.

On Thursday, March 24, LAX Nightclub will host a very special Throwback Thursday Pajama Jam with Kid 'n Play. The hip-hop duo, best known for the iconic "House Party" film series, popularized hi-top fades, eight ball jackets, and signature dance moves, such as the Funky Charleston. In true Pajama Jam form, guests are encouraged to don their favorite sleepy time wear, from flannel to nightgowns and everything in between, and party until it's time for bed.

LAX Nightclub ushered in 2016 on the eve of the New Year, by revealing state-of-the-art upgrades to its lighting and sound system, a LED feature surrounding the DJ booth, and sleek new design elements. Over the course of 2016, the venue plans to continue an aggressive rejuvenation, with heavy emphasis on the Throwback Thursday programming.

LAX is open Thursday - Saturday from 10:30 p.m. to late. For more information, visit Luxor.com or follow LAX Nightclub on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

For more information, call (702) 262-4LAX (4529). Stay updated by following LAX Nightclub on Twitter at @LAX_Nightclub.

Photo Credit: Powers Imagery

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