Las Vegas’ DJ Ikon was in a nightclub some months ago when he watched a celebrity half-ass his way through a guest-DJ set. Ikon’s story goes like this: “He uses everything right off his iPhone,” Ikon says of the star.
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Which celebrities openly made out in front of people on New Year’s Eve? Which famous guy hit on a whole restaurant booth of women? I have answers.
Paris Hilton will not only party at Hyde Bellagio tonight, she will perform as the DJ. So she and I got on the phone to discuss some things.
Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons was on his way to becoming an FBI agent to make a difference in the world. He took a seminar and enrolled in classes. But then his mom sat him down.
Some Britney fans said on Twitter they cried at her Planet Hollywood dress rehearsal Thursday night. They’re not weeping alone. Here are your top 10 Twitter tears for Britney Spears in recent days.
Which one of these three types of nightclub person are you? A) Party Animal, B) Amateur Nighter, or C) Oh My Aching Back …
Hard Rock Hotel headliner Jim Norton suffers from sleep apnea so badly he has to wear a crazy mask at night that makes him look like Darth Vader without the pretty helmet.
In the old days before the Internet, I could have told you Joe Rogan is a great comedian and you would have taken my word for it as a newspaperman.
This will come as a shock to you 20-somethings who are familiar only with DJs like Calvin Harris, but there are these other things in the world known as “bands,” composed of several musicians who play something called “live music.”
I am Doug. The guys in “The Hangover” movies are Doug and Black Doug. There was “Doug” the cartoon, and then came “The Dougie” dance.
It’s Tech Talk Time with John Dahlback and me, and we agree on one thing immediately. We usually love to play “Call of Duty” multiplayers but the new “Call of Duty: Ghosts” is meh.
Adrian Patrick contemplates the small-hit rock songs his Vegas band released recently, and he says, “We sold 50,000 copies of our first album, and I got an $800 publishing check.” There’s not much money in rock anymore, but it’s still hard work.
Legendary Jerry Lewis is 87, he still has a full head of hair, and he’s as rascally as ever. He performs Thursday at the South Point, and this is what it’s like to talk to him.
The biggest rock band in the world this year is Vegas’ Imagine Dragons. On Friday, Billboard magazine named the group “Top Rock Artist of 2013.”
Today is my favorite day of the year. It’s Cat Santa Day — when any cat owner in the valley can take their felines to get photos taken with Santa Claus at Bonanza Cat Hospital.
This week, Vegas has a medium-sized schedule of supertalented DJs on the menu. Even Wednesday is strong when Krewella performs at Light.
Vegas DJs fly more than anyone, and here are some of their travel musts: carry a hoodie, dental floss, u-shaped neck pads, sunglasses. And get a seat near the front.
Comedian Bill Engvall earned new fans by performing well on “Dancing with the Stars” this season. He wants them to know that he runs “a good clean show” at Treasure Island.
The Bellagio’s tuxedoed pianist David Osborne will fly to Washington today to perform for President Barack Obama’s family for the fifth year in a row, on the White House’s Eagle Steinway.
Vegas’ most famous drag queen just called me to say he is going under the plastic surgery knife for the umpteenth time today, so let’s take this opportunity to update his future obituary.
Downtown today, 10,000 to 15,000 people are expected to dress like Santa and run a 5k (or walk a mile) in the Las Vegas Great Santa Run. Shania Twain is grand marshal, and she’s bringing family.
I was so giddy to talk to Moby, I got silly and greeted him by saying, “Hey, it’s Moby-Wan Kenobi.” Moby rolled with it. “When it comes to nicknames based on my nickname, I think I’ve heard all of them,” he said.
Alice Cooper, KISS and other rockers will perform together on stage Thursday night for charity, but the most important musicians on stage could be … Hairball. Wait, who?
I am not turning this column into Cosmopolitan magazine, but I have to say this: Are you ready for diet and exercise insights from the Bella Twins?
Master tenor Andrea Bocelli describes Vegas the way other people describe mountains and Superman.