Vegas’ music scene this year was pretty crazy. Here are 14 things to be thankful for in 2014.
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As Kiss continues to fire off their love guns on a nightly basis at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel, the venue’s next residency has been announced. And it’s the first by a country artist.
Imagine Dragons will perform a concert in their hometown of Vegas, to raise money for a kids cancer charity the band started.
Chris Brown headlines the Mandalay Bay Events Center on March 7, with Trey Songz featuring Tyga.
See Hawaiian R&B-reggae singer Irie Love, “hillbilly jazz” troupe The All-Togethers and others for free.
Death From Above 1979 return with their first album in a decade.
The comedy rock quintet, which features Macaulay Culkin, parodies The Velvet Underground.
Oscar winner back to sing at Red Rock Resort, where shows last summer became a live album.
A polyp in Boy George’s throat has forced ’80s pop favorite Culture Club to postpone its reunion tour, including a Nov. 22 date at the Palms.
Google Inc’s YouTube is rolling out the long-awaited paid monthly subscription service called YouTube Music Key.
No one would confuse the downtown-based Vegas Music Summit with the massive South By Southwest music industry gathering. But then again, this is part of the appeal of the two-day conference, which begins Thursday.
Legendary Beach Boy to perform concert special to be taped for TV.
It’s only recently, with the advances in brain research, that science has begun to understand just how far-reaching the benefits of music can be for our physical and emotional health.
Evoking memories of the surprise rooftop performances of The Beatles and U2, Imagine Dragons put on a three-song pop-up show Saturday next to Bellagio’s dancing fountains.
Imagine Dragons played a surprise three-song acoustic set that doubled as a benefit for the music programs of various local schools.
A New Zealand prosecutor on Friday dropped a charge against AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd that he attempted to procure the murder of two people, but Rudd still faces charges of threatening to kill.
Band’s “Lonerism” was named the best album of 2013 by “Rolling Stone,” among other publications, and was nominated for a Grammy.
Costumed thrasher Gwar, playing Hard Rock Live, carry on despite the passing of their former lead singer.
See a wild Denver marching band and more for free.
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ among shows coming to town soon.
The Black Keys took the long road to success.
Kiss rumbles through the opening night of their Vegas residency at the Hard Rock. Even in the relatively cozy confines of a 4,000 capacity venue, it’s still a tried-and-true Kiss spectacle.
New Zealand police on Thursday charged AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd with attempting to procure murder, threatening to kill and possession of narcotics.