Chris Heers is one of Vegas’ best country/Americana singer-songwriters. Don’t miss him when he performs acoustically at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Goldmine Tavern.
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Shania Twain is keeping fans waiting again. But at least they have both a present and past tense while waiting on a future album.
Their very name signifies old-school allegiance. So does the lawnmower-sized turntable they bring with them on stage.
Metal icons Judas Priest hit The Pearl at the Palms on Nov. 14, with Steel Panther.
The Summer Slaughter Tour, the (accurately) self-anointed “most extreme tour of the year,” is skipping Las Vegas again. Boo! But two of the best bands on the bill — Goatwhore and Morbid Angel — are coming here en route to the tour’s launch in California. Yay!
The iHeartRadio music festival returns to MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sept. 19 and 20 and so far only the only announced performer is Ed Sheeran. Who else do you want to see on stage?
“Walk Like An Egyptian.” It became the definitive hit for The Bangles. Thing was, though, didn’t really define them.
It’s a fair question, especially from an act called the Las Vegas Tenors, when one of them asks if people even know what a tenor is?
The sweet sounds of quartets and choruses filled the MGM Grand Garden arena last week.
It’s a statement that can forever damn a punk band, five little words with much larger implications. And Tom Carr has just uttered them. “My parents love that song.”
Some Las Vegas concerts by the numbers courtesy of Billboard’s Boxscore
Justin Bieber must pay $80,900 in damages and serve two years on probation after pleading no contest Wednesday to a misdemeanor vandalism charge for throwing eggs at a neighbor’s home.
Back in April, we hit the studio with Vegas rockers Otherwise as they tracked their sophomore album, “Peace At All Costs,” with producer David Bottril, who has worked with platinum-selling rockers such as Tool, Mudvayne, Rush, Muse and others.
Andrew Lloyd Webber announced Monday that his hit musical will return to London’s West End in December in a revamped production with a hip-hop flavor.
He sang from his back on a gold-trimmed couch that was almost as gilded as the man draped upon it, flesh and fabric practically indivisible from one another.
Not many musicians start their career by first performing in a show near the Strip, and not many are hired while they’re still in high school. Both are true for 18-year-old Faith Lutheran graduate Alec Zeilon.
Flavor Flav’s yearslong battle with neighbors over his annual Fourth of July fireworks show might be at an end after Las Vegas police slapped the rapper with two citations Friday night.
R&B singer Tevin Campbell, who thrilled fans as a teenager when he asked “Can We Talk,” is performing for the first time at the Essence Festival as he seeks to re-ignite his career.
Kenny Loggins is a summer tradition in Las Vegas. And he is all-American enough that he doesn’t even have to sing “America the Beautiful” this Fourth of July weekend, although surely no one could stop him.
Catch a free show this weekend with performances by DJ Logic, The Dirty Hooks, Cash’d Out, Franks & Deans and others.
In the late 1990s, Cherry Poppin’ Daddies were part of a wave of retro-swing revivalists sporting tattoos and zoot suits, playing places like the Huntridge Theater to take Las Vegas back to its Louis Prima years.
Strangely soothing and abrasive at once, Ringo Deathstarr distill the dissonant charms of shoegaze down to the last detail: loud guitars that only get louder; distortion pedals that are likely hot to the touch from overuse; entrancing, benumbed vocals that frequently sound as if they were phoned in from the furthest recesses of the Milky Way.
His vocals often sound as if they were tracked in a field of daisies, sunshine warming his blood, as opposed to any kind of traditional recording studio. Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson giving lusty, howling voice to that band’s blustery, blues-informed rock ’n’ roll.