Mike Galam opened his first Las Vegas venture at the location of the old Crazy Horse Too, but left the “Crazy” out, as well as the “Too” in the name put up on the marquee.
The old Crazy Horse Too is now The Horse and we will learn the reason for his decision to take that famous name apart on Friday, June 21, when Mike Galam appears on Face The Tribune radio show on this newspaper’s radio station —www.radiotribune.com — hosted by Rolando Larraz, founder of the Las Vegas Tribune.
Mike Galam’s name may be new when it comes to the night scene of our city, but in southern California, his name is synonymous with strippers and dancers of class and finesse.
Valley Ball Gentleman’s Club is one of the most well known and visited night clubs in the area, and Bare Elegance by LAX Airport is a nationally and internationally known gentlemen’s club mainly because of its location near the international airport.
Galam joins the long list of personalities that have appeared on the now popular local noon show, but he holds the distinction of being the first of what we hope will be many from the entertainment field, since most of the guests on the show are from the fields of politics and the law.
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The show airs daily, Monday through Friday, from noon to 1 p.m. Mike Galam will be on Face The Tribune this coming Friday, June 21, at noon. We suggest that all those who are familiar with our night scene tune in and welcome Mike Galam to our city.