Saturday night, O.A.R. keyboardist MikelParis will be playing Mandalay Bay. Friday afternoon, he’ll be at downtown’s Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park for his latest “TuneTrek” video.
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The hip-hop supervillain, playing Hard Rock Live, has been branded a racist, homophobe and misogynist and, like a young Eminem, revels in those labels.
There’s no place like home for the holidays. And for everyone from Strip veterans to Las Vegas Philharmonic musicians, “home” means The Smith Center.
Nominations for the top categories for the 57th annual Grammy Awards: are in, but who did they miss?
“King For A Day,” Pierce the Veil’s most popular song thus far, features a guest vocal appearance from Sleeping With Sirens singer Kellin Quinn, so it’s fitting that the two bands are currently ensconced on a co-headlining tour together.
In years since last downtown show, country trio has stretched its songwriting to make its hits more diverse.
See psychedelic Mexican folk rockers Santoros and more for free.
The Grammy nominations are in for 2015, and newcomer Sam Smith is swooping in for the kill this year. Here are the nominees announced Friday in the top categories for the 57th annual Grammy Awards.
For the four dudes clustered together in a Bellagio suite on a Saturday evening in November, describing the overriding sound of their ubiquitous hits, which includes the top-selling digital rock song ever, seems like more of a challenge to them than penning said hits.
What Vegas band might you be hearing on the radio in the near future? Read on and find out in the latest roundup of local music releases.
Come May, U2 will open a 19-city tour that skips Las Vegas (our words, not theirs).
Gravitas Ventures has acquired the North American theatrical, VOD and DVD rights to the documentary “Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of.”
This video clip features the band The Killers collaborating with Jimmy Kimmel.
From Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees to Grammy winners, the amount of wealth these recording artists have accumulated during their careers is nothing less than impressive. Can you guess which artists are worth the most?
Band will premiere video for Christmas tune on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
Singer bringing his “One Last Time!” tour to MGM Grand.
Massive electronic dance music event expected to sell out in advance.
Didn’t score tickets to the sold-out New Year’s Eve show? Well, now you have another chance.
Stevie Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life” is 85 minutes of hope and frustration, love and loss, piety and defiance spread out over two bold, brilliant records and an EP. Not only is it arguably Wonder’s greatest musical achievement, it ranks high on the list of the best albums ever.
It’s just about every woman’s preferred method of working off all that Thanksgiving turkey from the day before: by busting moves with Justin Timberlake for three hours.
In one of her signature songs, “My City Was Gone,” Chrissie Hynde laments about going back to Ohio to find “there was no downtown.” The voice of the Pretenders is back on tour, proving she hasn’t changed in the past 30 years. But, she volunteers, many downtowns have.
Metal supergroup gets heavy at the House of Blues.
Vegas’ music scene this year was pretty crazy. Here are 14 things to be thankful for in 2014.