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Bally's Casino - $35 *
Fitzgerald's Casino - $59 *
Gold Strike Casino - $59 *
Grand Casino Terrace - $49
Sheraton Casino - $69*
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Best Western - $59
Cottage Inn - $79
Delta Plantation Inn - $79
Americas Best Value Inn - $79
Key West Inn - $45*

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One of the most popular country bands of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Restless Heart scored numerous hits on the country charts as well as a few major successes on adult contemporary radio. Started in the mid-80s, the band consisted of drummer/vocalist John Dittrich, pianist Dave Innis, bassist/vocalist Paul Gregg, guitarist Greg Jennings and singer Verlon Thompsond. The band signed with RCA at which point Thompson was replaced by lead singer Larry Stewart.

Restless Heart’s self-titled debut album was released in 1985 and contained three Top Ten hits: “I Want Everyone to Cry,” “(Back to The) Heartbreak Kid,” and “Til I Loved You.” The 1986 follow-up, Wheels, was their true breakthrough release, topping the country charts and producing four number one hits: “That Rock Won’t Roll,” the ballad “I'll Still Be Loving You” (also a number three adult contemporary hit), “Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right),” and “Wheels.” The group’s 1988 Big Dreams in a Small Town was a successful follow-up, giving the band six consecutive chart-toppers including “A Tender Lie” and “The Bluest Eyes in Texas”; its title track and “Say What’s in Your Heart” also went Top Five. The 1989 album Fast Movin’ Train produced two more Top Five hits in the title track and “Dancy’s Dream.”

Stewart left the group for a solo career in 1990; he later scored a big hit with “Alright Already.” Meanwhile, Gregg and Dittrich split lead vocal duties on 1992’s Big Iron Horses, which gave them another crossover smash with “When She Cries”; it went Top Ten country, hit number two adult contemporary and just missed the pop Top Ten. Innis left the band in 1992, and the remaining trio watched “Tell Me What You Dream” become their first adult contemporary chart-topper in 1993. However, after 1994’s Matters of the Heart, they decided to disband. Jennings joined Vince Gill’s band, while Dittrich worked with the Buffalo Club. Minus Innis, Restless Heart reunited in 1998 resulting in four new tracks for their Greatest Hits compilation.

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