Jimmie, who was also a big concertgoer in the 70s, is set to perform a new concert at the Mandalay Bay on October 27.
“I’ve always wanted to go back to Vegas, and I’ve always been looking for a way to do it,” he said in an interview with The Times Of India.
But when his parents passed away, Jimmie was determined to go.
He was already the head of the Las Vegas-based Jimmie Entertainment and Entertainment, which manages many of the concertgoers at the famed Mandalay Palace.
Jimmie, whose parents were both in their 80s, said he has no plans to go to Las Vegas anytime soon.
“I don’t think the world needs another big concert like it,” Jimmie said.
“It’s not something I want to do.
I think the best thing to do is go back home.”
Jim, whose wife, Nancy, is an actress, said she has not had a chance to attend any concerts since her parents passed.
The concert was originally planned for August 25, but Jimmie postponed it after he lost his mother.
“The concert will go on, I hope,” he added.
“But I don’t know when.
I can’t predict when.”