Emotion and beer both flow freely in the latest roundup of Vegas music releases:
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Master tenor Andrea Bocelli describes Vegas the way other people describe mountains and Superman.
Old-time Elvis Presley fans and lots of newer, younger ones flocked to a new exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Friday to see his stylish ID bracelet, custom-made motorcycle, eye-catching rings and military mementos.
Teaming American Sign Language with dance moves and body language, Holly Maniatty brings musical performances alive for those who can’t hear.
A Northern California toy company says it has removed its parody of a popular Beastie Boys song from a promotional video that went viral.
If you thought John Legend was digging back into music history for the ’60s-activist collection “Wake Up!,” wait until you hear the soundtrack for “12 Years a Slave.”
Thirty years after first furiously demanding a Pepsi on “Institutionalized,” the signature track on Suicidal Tendencies’ self-titled 1983 debut, frontman Mike Muir is still requesting said beverage in song.
A prog-rockin’ Christmas concept album, full of raging symphonic licks, bombastic singing, lasers and … fire!
Justin Timberlake’s the kind of guy who’s just so damn smooth, he could land a lady at her mother’s funeral.
Shania Twain may look back, but she doesn’t look down. At least not when she’s on an airborne motorcycle, making the grandest of entries by descending about 40 feet to the stage of the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.