Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga are bringing their cross-generational summit back to Las Vegas on April 10 and 11, this time to The Axis theater at Planet Hollywood Resort. Tickets go on sale Saturday through Ticketmaster.
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If you’re truckin’ to see the Grateful Dead this summer, bring your checkbook.
If you haven’t heard, a gargantuan music fest called “Rock in Rio” is coming to Vegas on May 8-9 and May 15-16, starring Taylor Swift, John Legend, Deftones, Metallica, Mana, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Linkin Park, No Doubt, the Pretty Reckless, Sepultura, Bruno Mars, and Joss Stone.
Thanks to the Internet, the world has come to expect instant gratification in its quest for information. But the expectation of cheap, fast delivery has come at a price: It has become harder for artists to make a living selling their work.
Kenneth Borner, also known by his rapper name Wordz, has come a long way since his youth.
Lady Gaga and her longtime boyfriend, actor Taylor Kinney, have become engaged, the singer said on social media on Monday.
Music can help us get over the pain of a breakup quicker — or revel in the pleasure of a committed patrnership longer.
Rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight, already in custody in connection with a hit-and-run death, has now been charged with making a terroristic threat in connection with the 2014 theft of a camera from a celebrity photographer, a prosecutor said on Wednesday.
You can tell Imagine Dragons is from Las Vegas, because the band does fan-friendly marketing with glittery aplomb.
If fans of international pop star Ricky Martin want to brag about seeing him first, they’ll have to book a room on Sept. 15.
With more than four million records sold from their 2012 debut album “Night Visions” and a Grammy award win, Las Vegas-based band Imagine Dragons took their music out to the streets.
The Grammy Awards paused the celebration to deliver a strong message from President Obama about violence against women and girls, calling on artists to use their power to change public attitudes.
Something of a dark horse, rock singer-songwriter Beck spoiled Brit soul-pop vocalist Sam Smith’s bid to sweep the four top categories at Sunday’s Grammy Awards by snagging album of the year honors for “Morning Phase.”
And so this is the obligatory farewell column, including a brief recap of the past 3,305 days.
Before Imagine Dragons, the Killers, “C.S.I.,” “Oceans Eleven” (with Clooney, Pitt and Roberts) or “The Hangover,” there was Slaughter.
Prior to this weekend’s Grammy Awards, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” aired a new edition of celebrities reading “Mean Tweets” about themselves on Monday night.
Rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight was charged with murder and attempted murder on Monday in connection with an incident in which prosecutors say he ran over two men in a Southern California parking lot, killing one of them.
Katy Perry will perform the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show on Sunday with guest Lenny Kravitz and an unnamed ‘old-school’ female singer. As the most watched halftime show all year, it got us thinking about previous Super Bowl halftime performances and who shined on the big stage… or, uh, didn’t.
Latin-spiced pop stars make sure they “Don’t Stop the Party” with an encore of their co-billed tour.
Todd Snider delivers socially aware Americana.
Now 14, singer Jackie Evancho adds to her classical crossover repertoire — with, among others, U2’s “With or Without You.”
The logo for Santana’s Las Vegas shows promises “Greatest Hits Live” and doesn’t include an asterisk with fine print to say “Not necessarily his own.”
On King Tuff’s latest record, “Black Moon Spell,” howlin’ garage rock meets T. Rex-style glam raunch on songs about sick-minded girls, heavy metal record collections and galloping rainbows.
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