The second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival was alive and hopping at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif.
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In a recent interview, Sharon Osbourne claimed that she’s in the process of putting together a Las Vegas show for the heavy metal icon.
Undoubtedly, some of these Coachella acts also will come to Las Vegas. Here’s who we’d like to see.
Don’t stop believin’ … because Journey is headed to Vegas spring 2015 for a 9-show residency.
One of the last living Ramones equates one band member’s drug habits to another band member’s Republicanism.
Orianthi has released a trio of hook-heavy hard rock albums where she sets her smoky voice against fiery guitar playing.
The environmentally conscious San Diego deathgrind quartet doesn’t mince words — or meat.
Bob Seger, Bette Midler, Rock in Rio and more coming to Las Vegas in 2015.
The Roots opened Brooklyn Bowl last March, return to wrap up holidays.
See nu jazz favorite DJ Logic and more for free.
Grand Ole Opry star “Little Jimmy” Dickens, the longest-running cast member of country music’s most venerable venue, died on Friday at the age of 94, the Opry said.
Bono, the frontman of the Irish rock group U2 who was injured in a cycling accident last year, said on Friday his recovery has not been easy and he may never play guitar again.
88-year-old icon and 28-year-old diva are the perfect Las Vegas pairing to ring in the new year.
Eric Whitacre is a world-class, Grammy Award-winning music composer who grew up in rural Nevada, went to school at UNLV and makes about a dozen speaking appearances a year. He also recently appeared before the Governor’s Conference on Tourism.
Multiday festivals and some new venues highlighted the year in live music in Las Vegas.
Dozens of New Year’s 2015 events are scheduled to take place this week on the Strip, but one, featuring a three-time Grammy award winner, is getting extra attention.
R&B star ditches smooth talk on latest album, “Black Panties.”
Rapper brings even more swagger to West Coast hip-hop.
See surf rock stand-outs The Boss Martians and others for free.
Vegas indie rockers Black Camaro drop surprise new record.
The Roots, Drake and more scheduled to perform New Year’s shows.
Tony Bennett’s “Duets II” pairing with Lady Gaga on “The Lady is a Tramp” led to September’s “Cheek to Cheek” album, a TV special and select live dates, including the two tightest tickets in Las Vegas next week: Tuesday and New Year’s Eve’s sold-out shows at The Cosmopolitan.
Sibling singers Donny and Marie Osmond will be singing at the Flamingo Las Vegas at least through the end of 2015.