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Danny always gave his all to entertain his fans.

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New Danny Gans 2 DVD Set Song List

Introducing:  Forever the Best and This Is Danny Gans , a 2 disc DVD set with highlights and bonus features from Danny’s famous Las Vegas showrooms.  Enjoy many of Danny’s favorite and most requested talent.  These discs capture Danny’s wide range of talent from singing and dancing impressions, impromptu stage humor, big band back-up, and showroom special effects; these show features will evoke both tears and laughter, with highlights memorializing this fitting tribute to the amazing talent Danny shared with fans around the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forever the Best  performance list

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Vehicle

Tears of a Clown

Spinning Wheel

Get Ready

Delilah

What a Fool Believes

Mornin’

Caught Up in the Rapture

Change the World

You’ve Got a Friend

Glory Days

Let’s Dance

River of Dreams

The Tonight Show Theme

I’m a Man of Constant Sorrow

Ain’t Misbehavin’

I Wish I was 18 Again

Can’t Touch This

Young At Heart

Rainbow Connection

I Will Survive

Hail To The Chief

100 Years

Superman

I’m Yours

Drops of Jupiter

Every Day

Bad Day

Feeling Good

Fly Me to the Moon

Everybody Loves Somebody

That’s Amore

If I Ruled the World

Jingle Bells

Twelve Days of Christmas

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Tequila

Glory Hallelujah

See See Rider

Fantasy

The Curtain Falls

Bonus Features:

The Journey’s Here at Home

Fantasy

Send in the Clowns

What a Wonderful World

Hello Dolly

The River

©2010 DG Entertainment, Inc. and http://www.billhobbs.com/ The Estate of Daniel D. Gans. All Rights Reserved.

DVD disc 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Is Danny Gans    performance list
Tears of a Clown
Spinning Wheel
Delilah
What a Fool Believes
Mornin’
Caught Up In The Rapture
Can’t Touch This
Change The World
Glory Days
Let’s Dance
Fantasy
River of Dreams
That’s Amore
Send In The Clowns
Hello Dolly
The Rainbow Connection
Journey Here From Home
Fantasy
What A Wonderful World
Mr. Bo Jangles

Special appearances:
Chris Botti
Michael Buble’
Celine Dion
David Foster
Jay Leno
Tony Orlando
Rita Rudner
Ozzie Smith
Steve Wynn

Approximate Running Time 60 Minutes.
©2010 DG Entertainment, Inc. and The Estate of Daniel D. Hawaiian to English . Gans. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

 

 

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Thank You for Remembering Danny

 

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Danny’s Love of Baseball and his movie role in Bull Durham

View the Bull Durham dvd, click here.

Enjoy John Fogerty’s song, “Centerfield”.

Danny played baseball as a boy, and then through college at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.  Before becoming a famous impressionist, it was his dream to be a professional baseball player. After playing at a junior college in Southern California with fellow player, room mate and friend, Ozzie Smith, Danny was drafted by the Kansas City Royals, and later played for the Dodgers farm club .

Unfortunately, Danny suffered a serious injury which ended his baseball career, but soon thereafter, he embarked on his true calling, “Danny Gans, The Man of Many Voices”.  During his early career, he won an acting role in the now famous movie, Bull Durham, opposite Kevin Costner and Tim Robbins. Surtiputvila

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We Love Danny!

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Danny on Stage

Rare performance photos of Danny in Las Vegas

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Gans Family Receives Hall of Fame Award for Danny

Danny was honored postumously in February by the Fine Arts Department at UNLV, where his children,

Amy and Andrew accepted the award for Danny’s induction into UNLV’s Artist Hall of Fame. The following are exerpts of the article published in the Las Vegas Sun.

Gans clan wows at Hall of Fame event

” This year the Nevada Entertainer/Artist Hall of Fame moved from Ham Hall to the UNLV Student Union ballroom. It’s was a wise move, given that the audience in past years rattled around cavernous Ham Hall, and those attending had little chance to interact (unless you count tweeting from your seat).

This event, attended by about 250 guests, has become a highlight of the year’s event calendar, mostly for its appeal to people who actually live in Las Vegas. Seated at my table were eight individuals, four of whom were Las Vegas natives — and had never met. You’d think that, at some point, Las Vegas News Bureau Curator and Liberace Foundation board member Brian Paco Alvarez would have been introduced to KSNV Channel 3 entertainment reporter Alicia Jacobs. But not until Thursday’s program.

Honored were the late Danny Gans, the brilliant interior designer Roger Thomas, Rainbow Company Youth Theatre and architect Thomas J. Schoeman (who was awarded the first Dean’s Medal for his contributions to the university). A tribute film montage for Tony Curtis, who died in September, also was played for the audience.

Gans’ award was accepted by his son Andrew and daughter Amy. After a recorded tribute to the celebrated comic/impressionist was played on the room’s video panels, Andrew stepped to the mic, his voice halting, and said, “They always show the video before (the speech).” Andrew Gans is 21 years old and stands about 6-foot-3. Hawaiian to English . As College of Fine Arts Dean Jeffrey Koep said, in reference to Danny Gans’ baseball career, “Andrew looks like a baseball player.” A pitcher, likely. The younger Gans also looks like he can dunk a basketball in street clothes.

I’d not met any of the Gans children until Thursday, and Andrew’s strong handshake and fast smile reminded me so much of his father. UNLV’s decision to honor Gans and invite his family to the event was absolutely the right call.”

To read the entire article, click here to visit The Las Vegas Sun.

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Gans Family Photo

Danny with his family on Christmas Eve, 2008

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Danny Gans Memory

Danny Gans put his whole heart into everything that here he did, always giving 100% effort. This was reflected in his family life, faith, charity work, community service and his masterful work on stage.

Please take an opportunity and share your special or favorite Danny Gans memory with us.

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Thank you for remembering Danny

The family is truly touched by your kind emails, blogs and notes that have been received from around the world remembering Danny and supporting us. We are excited about offering the 2 DVD set, yet ever mindful of the magnitude of our loss and to that of his fans everywhere. We thank you for your continued support and prayers.

Please keep in touch.

-Julie, Amy, Andrew & Emily Gans

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