Ron Jeremy Hosts Erotic Ball in Las Vegas

Joanne Cachapero
LAS VEGAS — Adult studio Paradise Visuals will host Ron Jeremy’s Erotic Ball on Aug. 27 at the Four Queens Hotel and Casino. The party is scheduled to coincide with the Storerotica Convention and the 15th Annual Exotic Dancer Gentlemen’s Club Owner Expo, which are being held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and casino.

The event will feature adult stars Ron Jeremy, Sunny Lane, Sara Jay, Caroline Pierce, Joselyn Pink and Randy West.

Several musicians from classic hard rock hair bands also will join in the fun, playing with the Sin City All-Stars. Phil Lewis (L.A. Guns), Jizzy Pearl (Love/Hate, Ratt) and Brent Muscat (The Underground Rebels, Faster Pussycat) all are scheduled to appear.

“A lot of my friends were in hard rock bands, so we’re mixing classic hard rock and classic porn,” Paradise Visual partner Jason Green told XBIZ.

“The thing is, we don’t do a party where you go and see the contract girl sitting in a VIP area on her Blackberry. In Vegas, in a lot of big-name clubs like Pure and Tao, they’ll say come and meet Jenna Jameson. And if you go in that club, you’ll never see Jenna Jameson. So, you pay $50 and you have to dress up like an idiot to get in, you wait on line for an hour and you’ll never see a star,” Green said.

“People are going to go to our party and get to meet the people that are involved,” he said. “The five stars that are hosting will all be accessible and then also, we’ve invited a lot of people from bands that will be hanging out.”

The party will be held at the Canyon Club inside the Four Queens Hotel, located in downtown Las Vegas at the Freemont Street Experience.

In addition to hosting the event for industry members and fans alike, Green also is promoting Paradise Visuals as it prepares for its first new feature release in more than a decade, titled “The Make Up”. The film stars Green in a non-sex role, Sunny Lane, Kimberly Kane and Felix Vicious in her farewell performance. There will be DVD and T-shirt giveaways during the party.

“The main reason to throw the party is to let people know that Paradise Visuals is back in business,” Green said. “Paradise Visuals was primarily a company in the ‘80s. The company took a hiatus during the ‘90s. Some people forgot about it and younger people aren’t accustomed to it. So one way to get the name out there is to do these parties.”

There will be a $10 cover charge for the public. For more information, visit Paradise Visuals’ MySpace Page.

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