The website for the late Las Vegas musical impressionist Danny Gans has been revamped and updated to include performance video, backstage and family photos, a blog, a page dedicated to the continuing charity work in his name and another for buying Gans products.
The site contains numerous clips from Gans' sold-out Vegas shows, and almost immediately dispels the notion that the man who attracted audiences from around the globe was a n unknown outside Las Vegas. Its photo gallery highlights Gans' connection to mainstream show business greats, with dressing room photos showing him with stars like Dustin Hoffman, Dr. Phil, Florence Henderson and others. But the gift shop seems to be the impetus for the redesign. Gans' autobiography, The Voices in My Head, is on sale there, and visitors are reminded that a new performance DVD will soon be available.