There’ll be some changes made for the Las Vegas Philharmonic’s 2015-16 season: new Sunday matinees, a new Spotlight Series and new works reflecting the leadership of music director Donato Cabrera.
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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.
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.”