Prince, the mercurial artist best known for his ’80s-era hits, is removing his music catalog from “all streaming services,” according to Spotify in a notice that appeared Wednesday on Prince’s page on the service.
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Although Franky Perez has traveled the world playing music, with an impressive list of marquee names in the music industry, he always comes back home. This is the place that shaped him and where his best memories live.
For decades, nobody wanted to have this conversation. But incidents outside the speedway are impossible to ignore, and the promoters of the Electric Daisy Carnival now are leading the conversation.
Life is Beautiful just added a half dozen more acts, including Snoop Dogg, to an already brimming bill that includes heady headliners like Stevie Wonder, Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar and a whole bunch more.
Phish isn’t playing on Halloween, but Trey Anastasio is. In Las Vegas, at the Brooklyn Bowl. Show was literally just announced, and the tickets go on sale next Thursday.
If you’re not immersed in dance music’s subculture, the buzz EDC generates likely resonates at the same frequency as white noise. But what may seem like little more than a debaucherous dance party in the desert, populated by people in wild getups, some wearing next to nothing at all, is far more than that to a legion of people all over the country.
If you’re a Janet Jackson fan, now would be a really good time to whip out your calendar and prepare to enter a new date — or dates, as the case may be. A month after revealing plans for a new album and tour, Jackson has announced dates for two Las Vegas shows.
Protip: If you ever happen to find yourself displeased with a band at a concert, for whatever reason, and you feel like tossing anything on stage to express your displeasure, we implore you to resist the urge, particularly if the band in question happens to be Smash Mouth.
If you were planning to catch Alesso at Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan, you might want to start making other plans. We just received an update that’s likely to completely crush your groove.
We’ve read all the music news stories, so you don’t have to. Some of the top items making headlines recently: Yelawolf on ESPN talking alcoholism, Dave Grohl breaks a leg, 5 Seconds of Summer guitarist gets burned onstage, YG gets shot and Sprite’s Obey Your Verse campaign.
If you missed out on your chance to pick up tickets to EDC, here’s some news that should help you turn that frown upside down: A limited number of three-day passes have been re-released.
With all that’s going on in Celine Dion’s world, no one would have questioned her decision to bow out of the Keep Memory Alive “Power of Love” gala.
Martha Davis and the Motels, the Tubes and the Smithereens were on stage Saturday night for a free show under the canopy at the Fremont Street Experience.
Neon Trees — one of the more interesting, colorful and compelling mainstream pop bands to emerge in the past five years — lead the lineup of musical acts in town this weekend.
Was doubling up two veteran country acts the only logical play, like not splitting your face cards? Or more like the missed opportunity of not splitting aces or eights?
The polls are closed, the votes have been tallied and we have a winner, and its Jill & Julia, who wowed judges and garnered enough votes from fans to land a spot at Life Is Beautiful this fall
New shows on sale today include Incubus, Charlie XCX, Bleachers and Robert DeLong, Garbage, Lettuce, Common Kings, Mew and the Dodos, Savages and Gardens and Villa.
Branden Campbell isn’t the first rock star to rave about the feel-good effects of cannabis. He is, however, the first you’re likely to hear sing the praises of a strain that doesn’t get you high. At all. Not even a little bit.
The Route 91 Harvest Music festival is making its way back to Las Vegas this fall. Break out the red sharpie and circle Oct. 2-4 on your calendar. The lineup for this year’s fest will feature Florida Georgia Line, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw and a bunch more.
Is it really cheaper to take a helicopter to EDC than Bonnaroo? Yes, indeedy, neighbor, by about 700 bucks, in fact!
Many musical groups have paid tribute to Las Vegas by filming their music videos on The Strip. It provides an enticing backdrop that’s better than anything that can be evoked on a green screen. Here are our picks for the 10 best videos filmed in Vegas.
Starting July 10, album release day will no longer take place on Tuesdays. Instead, you will now have to wait until Fridays to buy new music.
Reba McEntire teams up with old friends Brooks & Dunn for Colosseum shows on heels of strong-selling album.