Cheap Trick to play full "Sgt. Pepper" album with Orchestra in concert series at Hilton in Vegas??

Strange idea, but I'd love to see it!

Interesting news from the Las Vegas Review Journal: "The iconic American rock band Cheap Trick is close to finalizing a headliner deal with the Las Vegas Hilton that would feature the group performing The Beatles' epic album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" live with a full orchestra. Word has it their performances could begin as soon as March and stretch throughout 2009.Cheap Trick's original members would be involved in the exclusive agreement with the Hilton. The band has sold 20 million records and produced 29 movie sound tracks. They hit it big in 1979 when "I Want You to Want Me" peaked at No. 7 on Billboard's Top 40. "The Flame" topped the charts in 1988 and their cover of Elvis Presley's "Don't Be Cruel" reached No. 4 a couple of months later. VH1 listed Cheap Trick No. 25 among the "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock."