The Copa Room
The Copa Room, entertainment nightclub showroom
Description: The Copa Room was an iconic entertainment nightclub showroom which was located at the now-defunct Sands Hotel on The Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a popular deedback spot; known for hosting some of the most celebrated entertainers of the time, such as members of the iconic Rat Pack, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Lena Horne, Jimmy Durante, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Edith Piaf and Bobby Darin. It was famous for being the recording venue for numerous live albums, namely: Frank Sinatra's Sinatra at the Sands, Sammy Davis Jr.'s 'That's All!', and Dean Martin's 'Live at the Sands Hotel - An Evening of Music, Laughter and Hard Liquor'. The Copa Room's famous showgirls, who were knick named 'The Copa Girls', took their moniker from the Copacabana located in New York City. It was managed by Jack Entratter, who used to be the charge of the New York venue for more than 12 years, and his Copa Girls; all of whom adopted the Copa name. Entratter went on to design the Copa Room to emulate the decor of it's Brazilian predecessor. The Copa Room could seat a total of 400 people, and Entratter made a policy that none of his showgirls were ever to appear totally naked when on stage. The musical director during the Copa Room's prime was Antonio Morelli. In 1981, this Copa Room concept was replicated in Atlantic City, New Jersey, when the Sands Hotel opened a new and renamed showroom -- again, the Copa Room. This new Copa Room went on to resemble the Las Vegas version in almost every way, even opting to host many of the same entertainers.
The Copa Room was an iconic entertainment nightclub showroom which was located at the now-defunct Sands Hotel on The Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a popular deedback spot; known for hosting some of the most celebrated entertainers of the ti
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