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In show business since the age of three, Roberta Linn was nominated for Emmy Awards five years in a row....a record that few, if any other performers have ever equaled!

Before she was even 17 years old, Roberta Linn was Lawerence Welk's original Champagne Lady who went on to make an outstanding name for herself in every field of the entertainment industry. Shortly after leaving the Welk Show, her first engagement in Las Vegas was to co-star at the New Frontier Hotel under the musical direction and arrangements by Nelson Riddle, choreographed by Charlie O'Curran and gowns designed by Edith Head. The performance received rave reviews. "Variety"-Las Vegas, "Roberta Linn, the best friend a song ever had". She then went on to appear with Danny Thomas, mainstage at the world famed Copa Room of the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. A versatile singer, Roberta Linn won TV's coveted Academy Award, the "Emmy", as the outstanding talent of the year when she starred coast-to-coast in her own television show, Roberta Linn's "CAFE CONTINENTAL" sponsored by the Gas Appliance Dealers of America. At the same time this was being televised, she also appeared in the syndivated TV show "FROSTY FROLICS" coast-to-coast.

She has appeared in major nightclubs throughout the world, including five years at the Las Vegas Stardust and Desert Inn Hotel.

Roberta Linn has performed in concerts at Sea World Amphitheater with the San Diego Symphony, Magic Mountain and Disneyland, world tours with Bob Hope.


Seaworld's "Atlantis", San Diego - 5 years - 1979 to 1984

Holiday Inns - Memphis, Des Moines, Ventura, Torrance

Hyatt Hotels

Sahara Hotels - Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe - 5 years

Stardust Hotel - Las Vegas - 136 weeks

Sheppards Drake Hotel - New York

Ceasar's Palace - Las Vegas

Riviera Hotel - Las Vegas

and many more....

Past Tours

Oriental Tour - Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Okinawa, Tokyo, Jakarta, and the Phillipines

Alaskan Tour with Clint Eastwood, Chill Wills, and Mala Powers

Canadian Tour - "Sound of Glenn Miller" show, 10 major cities