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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Rock ’n’ roll’s reigning throwback king is fond of perpetuating his own self-created mythos, spinning half-truths about himself and emphasizing the “story” in his backstory.
On Feb. 13, Jessica Hutchings will be installed as cantor at Congregation Ner Tamid in Henderson, marking a return to the valley in which she grew up and the congregation in which both her Jewish identity and her love of Jewish music was fostered.
Vegas rockers Jack and the B-Fish find their own unique sound on their new record, “Premarital Sax.”
Rumors are flying back and forth about Katy Perry’s upcoming Super Bowl halftime show, as is to be expected, but instead of focusing on her singing, the public is focusing on who she might sing about.
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.
Attention, Bono: Here’s an old-school way to give away a free album. Bob Dylan is sending seniors free copies of his latest album, tucking 50,000 copies into the next edition of AARP The Magazine.
Rod Stewart brings his easy-going retrospective back to Caesars, two weeks after turning 70.
“Who’s more punk rock than the Rat Pack?” Rob DeTie wonders in the near-dark of the Double Down Saloon on a recent Thursday evening. “They did whatever the hell they wanted and got away with pretty much everything.”
The prog rock greats will be commemorating four decades together.
Before they began using tropical storms as metaphors for just how severely they were going to rock you in the early ’80s to widespread approval, the Scorpions banged out a handful of underground hard rock classics that were big in Japan and practically nowhere else.
Approaching his craft with scientific studiousness, Rakim quickly established himself as one of hip-hop’s pre-eminent, most influential lyricists, smooth, cerebral and effortlessly on point.
Helen Reddy, one of pop’s biggest voices in the ’70s, chose hypnotherapy over pounding the oldies circuit.
Justin Bieber as the subject of a Comedy Central roast? The Justin Bieber who allegedly egged a neighbor’s house? The Justin Bieber who reportedly antagonized an airplane crew and filled an plane with pot smoke?
It always gets messy with this bunch, in routinely thrilling ways: All four play multiple instruments, three of them share lead vocal duties and none of them approach the band the same way.
The Las Vegas rock/pop band is seeking “super fans” to be “treated like a VIP” during “an intimate performance” giving them “unprecedented access” during an upcoming video shoot here.
This Wednesday, Carlos Santana and Hermes Music U.S. will take part in the donation of a whopping 80 guitars to Monaco Middle School’s music programs.
Church’s fiery, fantastic performance on Friday, is both a tip of the trucker hat — Church wears no Stetsons — to country music business-as-usual and a repudiation of it.
Maryland rockers add some grit to glam metal.
Cody Canada and The Departed add some edge to Americana.
Ryan Whyte Maloney agrees 15 minutes of fame doesn’t last as long as it used to. The Las Vegas-based country singer got himself on prime-time TV five times last year, competing on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Southern rock band the Black Crowes has split up after more two decades, lead guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson said in a statement on Thursday, citing a disagreement with his brother, lead singer Chris Robinson.
Singer continues to challenge country music convention.