She’s a classic daughter of Las Vegas,  Raised here in Las Vegas, Joelle Righetti aka “Roknjo”  has graced the Las Vegas Stages since 1984.  Her longest claim to fame was with “The Lance Burton” show as the lead magician’s assistant for over 2 decades. She has been a part of shows such as “Vegas the Show”,  “Best Little Whore House in Texas”, as a featured lead, and Guest artist in Dick Feeney’s ‘The Rat Pack as Back.”  Joelle has made a name for herself in the past as an independent local Las Vegas Artist, participating in EAT’M (Emerging Artist and Talent in Music) writing original music and as as studio singer. As an origina singer / songwriter, she has gotten air time on Las Vegas’ prominent local rock radio stations, as well as national exposure. Also been featured in several Studio Sessions as a singer, one with Platinum recording artist Greg Medoro on his record, “14 Sunset Way” with famous seven-time Grammy winning Engineer Producer, James “Bonzai” Caruso.

Joelle has opened up for several national acts with her band, for such artists as Fuel, Warrant, Firehouse, and Frankie Perez. She has played for the “Bite of Las Vegas.”  local Las Vegas radio station 94.1’s yearly music festival.  This lady is not a slacker, also a “Sag” actress, she has made an appearance on Fox’s “Raising Hope,” the Henderson edition , Nevada episode. Amazon Prime has one of her latest works as the leading lady in the featured film “Billy Topit.” Joelle owns her own business, ” Gypsy Mobile Minister,” Mobile wedding Officiant. catering to Elopements here in Las Vegas www.thegypsymobileminister.com. Currently enrolled in Calvery Chapel University attending Seminary Bible College, due to graduate in December 2021. Check out her latest project on  YouTube “Growing up Italian” with co-host Francesca Vittorio. The new band “Joelle and The Gypsys” is her latest rock n roll project. Check the upcoming schedule for show dates and times here on the schedule tab.  

January 2022, her upcoming starring role as “Minister Emily” in the film “Faith Wins,” Written by Rich Natole and John Pate.   

 

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