The Electric Daisy Carnival, the world’s largest dance music event, held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway over three days in June, has officially sold out three months in advance.
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“Why be good?” Dee Dee Penny asks, before offering her preferred alternative. “Be beautiful and sad.”
Jam band stalwarts Widespread Panic return to The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on July 2-4. Tickets start at $55 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at The Joint box office, 4455 Paradise Road, and Ticketmaster outlets.
The Marshall Tucker Band lives outside prevailing musical trends and has lived a long time. “The Intimidator” was probably still listening to “Can’t You See,” which was only a year old when Dale Earnhardt Jr. was born in 1974.
Gary Numan’s reminiscing about one of the best Christmas presents he ever received, his voice now much deeper than it would have been in the mid-’60s, but no less kidlike, at least for the moment.
Soulive tends to spell things out for you, their very name testifying to their sound.
Peter Shapiro made a hit of the Brooklyn Bowl concert club and more recently reopened the historic Capitol Theatre in New York, before agreeing to build an 80,000-square-foot version of the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas.
The announcement of Las Vegas dates by Queen with Adam Lambert prompts discussion of other bands that successfully replaced a lead singer, either through an untimely death or simply because everyone in the band wasn’t on the same page musically.
A new punk rock supergroup and a rising pop duo top the latest roundup of Vegas music releases: