These days, the country music ranks are as fond of throwing parties in their own honor as they are of testifying to the thrills of muddying 4X4 tires off road or staunchly defending the merits of living in what uppity coastal types dismiss as flyover states.
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Santa opened his pack Saturday evening and out spilled a wealth of musical pleasure. The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall was nearly full, and the audience showed smiles and a growing holiday spirit.
Justin Timberlake may have earned seven Grammy nominations, but he still has reason to cry himself a river: The pop star was shut out of the top Grammy categories — album, song and record of the year — though his comeback effort, “The 20/20 Experience,” is 2013’s best-selling release.
No one was really sure why we needed this. A third country awards show, the second out of Las Vegas — same arena even — and a similar name. “Not the ACMs, dude, the ACAs!”
Aaron Lewis is sure to have his country side on display during National Finals Rodeo week, but he can play to just about any crowd.
You just have to hear Christmas favorites rendered in impeccable four-part harmony … never fear, All-4-One is here!
Piranhas BC, Kip Winger, Daze Gone By, Jefferson Montoya and Thrillbilly Deluxe are among the acts you can see on a budget.
It’s a night of bands you hear at weddings. “Mark & Mercedes’ Not So Silent Night” features headliner The Fray, Gavin DeGraw, Five For Fighting and Offset Season.
We’re not sure how Here Come the Mummies actually came to be, but the costumed funk octet kicks out fierce ’70s-style grooves while dressed like King Tut’s corpse.
Winchester hosts Hawaiian concert: Hawaiian transplants like to call Las Vegas “the Ninth Island,” thanks to all the Aloha State natives who now make their homes in Southern Nevada.