Southwest Airlines is taking Las Vegas indie rock band Imagine Dragons to new heights. The Dallas-based airline will host a concert on a flight between Las Vegas and Atlanta as part of a promotion for the release of the band’s new album on Feb. 17.
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Chris Heers releasing “The Road Ahead Shines” on Friday with a show at Tommy Rocker’s.
More than a dozen acts have been added to the massive music festival in May, Rock in Rio.
Guest artists conductor Rei Hotoda and violinist Bella Hristova left indelible marks on the audience through their artful musicianship and technical mastery during the Las Vegas Philharmonic concert Saturday at The Smith Center.
With such self-explanatory songs as “Sensimillia” and “Collie Herb Man,” New Zealand roots reggae export Katchafire is probably not the band to catch live if your workplace employs mandatory drug testing, as a contact high awaits.
Industrial metallers Powerman 5000 party like it’s 1999.
Singer’s influence has become so vast that it even extends to artist who aren’t directly influenced by him soundwise because he changed the very way country music viewed itself.
Elvis Presley would have been 80 years old today, an occasion that is being marked with a multi-day celebration in Memphis, Tennessee at his Graceland mansion.
Anderson, the longtime lead singer Yes, was scheduled to perform Jan. 17 at Boulder Station, a date that was rescheduled from a postponed date in November. The same reason, laryngitis, was cited for the cancellation this time.
Pink’s chiseled dancer takes on key role in “Rock of Ages” while “Raiding the Rock Vault” singer remembers real ’80s L.A. scene.
Caravels started as most bands do: a bunch of friends with similar tastes in music getting together to jam. But they’re ending — at least for now — as most bands don’t: at a creative peak when their future has never seemed brighter.
In a recent interview, Sharon Osbourne claimed that she’s in the process of putting together a Las Vegas show for the heavy metal icon.
Undoubtedly, some of these Coachella acts also will come to Las Vegas. Here’s who we’d like to see.
Don’t stop believin’ … because Journey is headed to Vegas spring 2015 for a 9-show residency.
One of the last living Ramones equates one band member’s drug habits to another band member’s Republicanism.
Orianthi has released a trio of hook-heavy hard rock albums where she sets her smoky voice against fiery guitar playing.
The environmentally conscious San Diego deathgrind quartet doesn’t mince words — or meat.
Bob Seger, Bette Midler, Rock in Rio and more coming to Las Vegas in 2015.
The Roots opened Brooklyn Bowl last March, return to wrap up holidays.
See nu jazz favorite DJ Logic and more for free.
Grand Ole Opry star “Little Jimmy” Dickens, the longest-running cast member of country music’s most venerable venue, died on Friday at the age of 94, the Opry said.
Bono, the frontman of the Irish rock group U2 who was injured in a cycling accident last year, said on Friday his recovery has not been easy and he may never play guitar again.
88-year-old icon and 28-year-old diva are the perfect Las Vegas pairing to ring in the new year.