Hotel Nikko's Rrazz Room celebrates third anniversary with gusto

Next week, the Rrazz Room in Hotel Nikko celebrates its third anniversary with a gala benefit for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Ladies will be in the house for the March 17 show. So far, the lineup features, in alphabetical order: Sarah Dash of LaBelle, Joyce DeWitt of TV’s “Three’s Company,” Sally Kellerman, Florence Larue of the Fifth Dimension, Gloria Loring, Deana Martin, Melba Moore, Kim Nally, CeCe Peniston, Martha Reeves, Paula West, Edna Wright & The Honey Cone and Pia Zadora. Nikki Thomas of KBLX hosts.

The show starts at 8 p.m.; Hotel Nikko is at 222 Mason St., San Francisco. Tickets are $75 to $175, and cocktail attire is suggested. Call (800) 380-3095 or visit

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