Wayne Newton 1981 Canadian Tour Red Satin Bomber Jacket Made by Warwick & Karen Worn by a Member of Newton's Entourage W/COA - This piece is a red satin bomber jacket made by Warwick & Karen, from Wayne Newton's Canadian tour in 1981. The jacket is a size medium, and was worn by a member of Newton's entourage. The front of the jacket reads "Lethbridge-Edmonton-Calgary", is adorned with a Canadian maple leaf patch with the words "Canadian Tour 1981", and is embroidered with a leaf with the name "Al". The back of the jacket is embroidered with an elaborate eagle, superimposed with Newton's name. The jacket is in good condition and will come with a certificate of authenticity. Wayne Newton (born April 3, 1942) is an American singer and entertainer, and one of the best-known entertainers in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has earned the nicknames, "The Midnight Idol", "Mr. Las Vegas", and "Mr. Entertainment". Newton stilll performs in Las Vegas, and has a lounge show called "Up Close & Personal", in which he performs his favorite hits, tells showbiz stories, and has a candid conversation with the audience. Wayne Newton was the first performer to entertain troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, and was honored by President George W. Bush at a private White House reception, for his 16 USO tours overseas between 2001 and 2004. Wayne was awarded with the highest civilian award by the US Defense Department for being the only American entertainer to perform in all of these places.