Lemmy Killmister and Dave Mustaine thrash the Palms. Check out the photos from the show.
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Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister’s health issues led him to cancel a number of Motorhead shows during the second half of 2013. But he’s feeling better now and the band hits The Pearl at the Palms tonight.
The song is as hard as the cement wall it’s reverberating off of, filling the room with a sound as thick as the air in the stuffy rehearsal space. The tune in question is “City of Gold,” a fierce, melodic hardcore punk call to arms evocative of bulging veins and red faces, which surges from singer-guitarist Bob Gates’ cellphone through the PA in his band’s practice spot.
Lorde throws herself into her performances, and the 17-year-old New Zealander did just that Tuesday night at the Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. She’s back for another show Wednesday night.
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The Kraftwerk show will feature 3-D visuals and will be a full-on multimedia experience, with surround-sound speakers and 3-D glasses provided to concertgoers upon entering the venue.
The audience screamed as if being consumed by the flames that flickered across the video screen at the back of the stage.
The Warped Tour is taking mercy on Las Vegas fans, moving the punk-rock endurance test off the concrete and on to the grass-covered UNLV Intramural Fields. The all-day show takes place June 19, which triple-digit heat is the norm.
One of the reasons that Lorde has become a pop star is that she has no business being a pop star to begin with. At least not if you listen to her tell it.
Here’s who’d we like to see singing with Nirvana as the band gets inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The shelves are heavy with Las Vegas music history, stocked with dozens of 2-inch tapes packed into binders whose spines attest to all the bands that have recorded here.
Imagine Dragons tied goth pop sensation Lorde with 12 nominations when the finalists for the Billboard Music Awards were announced Wednesday.
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Memories loomed large in songs performed by Eric Church, Lee Brice and others at the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday at the MGM Grand Garden.
There are hundreds of Nirvana covers out there, but here are a few favorites as we mark the anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death.
On her new solo record, “That Girl,” Sugarland singer Jennifer Nettles turns down the volume and cranks up the longing on the spare-sounding, unadorned album.
Las Vegas rapper Ricky Brown, who performs as NoClue, proudly claims the title as the planet’s fastest rapper. He averages 14.1 syllables per second. That’s fast.
In honor of Hole getting back together, here’s five more ’90s alt-rock reunions I’d like to see.
We’ve taken it upon ourselves to pick a theme song for each of the remaining teams from a Vegas band.
Time to answer a question 15 years in the making.
“I feel like I’m gonna die,” Lydia Loveless sings, though that might not be the most accurate way to describe her actions: Singing is a conscious act, and this feels different, her words reflexive and involuntary, like the sound you make when you drop something heavy on your foot.
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Knock on metal folding chair, this is it for Steven Goldberg. The local all-ages show promoter raps his knuckles on the seat next to him, hoping for the best in a scene where he’s often seen the worst.
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On Sunday, Elvis Costello and The Roots took the stage together for the second performance of a two-night engagement at the Brooklyn Bowl, a new venue with an old look.
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