The Electric Daisy Carnival is here.
Wearing an incredulous grin and a skull-festooned T-shirt, Michael Gordon recalls the time he accidentally broke a dude’s nose.
Album of the year?
Everything changed on St. Patrick’s Day in Albuquerque, N.M., two years ago.
They’re following Jake and Elwood’s lead and getting the band back together.
A pair of power trios power the latest roundup of Vegas music releases:
The Rolling Stones, at the MGM Grand Garden on Saturday night, still play to their strengths but those strengths have changed. The band has loosened the reins a bit, letting their songs breathe, performing one hit after the next with the confident ease of a slugger rounding the bases after having knocked one over the fence.
It’s a bit past 7 on a recent Tuesday night, and King is holding court, breaking down the breakdown.
It’s the rock ’n’ roll equivalent of a disgruntled Doberman after a really bad day at the office, a Hungry Man portion of meat and potatoes metal about the horrors of war, being chased down by bullets and dying in the dirt.
The wooden record bins house thousands of LPs.
“I got a question: Do you like rock and roll?” Prince asked during the first of his two shows Friday night at The Joint at the Hard Rock. “I do too, but I like mine funky.”
They never anticipated signing a record deal with the dude in the blond wig and skirt, bashing out punk rock covers of Britney Spears tunes.
He launched his heart at her like an invading army attempting to catapult a boulder over a castle wall.
Christmas comes early for vinyl obsessives. Saturday, to be exact.
“You guys starting to have a little bit of a dance party?” Sara Quin, one-half of folk, pop and now dance duo Tegan and Sara, asked Wednesday at the Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
I can tell all the way from over here that your music collection is seriously lacking.
The interview begins when The Streak ends.
Don’t wait for all those year-end best-of lists in nine months. Get hip to two nouveau Americana records that are sure to rank among the finest Vegas releases of 2013 right now:
Basically, it was like “Hot Tub Time Machine” with a concert hall in place of a Jacuzzi.
He says the word twice, repeating it for emphasis, though his smile is a Judas, betraying that which he says.
“This is my kind of town.”
“Good manners are free. Everyone should have them.”
It’s not nice to hurl rocks at kittens.
Dead bodies and B-sides: Welcome to the latest roundup of Vegas music releases:
Their tunes go best with a beer, that catalyst of highs and cure for lows.
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