It’s the day the music died. In the early morning hours of February 3, 1959, a small aircraft carrying Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson crashed a few miles from Mason City Municipal Airport, near Clear Lake, Iowa.
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Australian rapper leads latest new concert annoucements.
Think of klezmer as a sort of Jewish jazz, suitable for any sort of celebration at which an aural background of fun and festivity is required. In celebration of Hanukkah, Meshuggina Klezmorim will present a free noontime concert Dec. 19 at the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse.
Here are a few of Vegas’ finest musicians on the album they dug the most in 2014.
The chart-topping rockers have announced the details of their hotly anticipated sophomore record after releasing its first single, “I Bet My Life,” last month.
A week after earning four Grammy nominations for Best New Artist, Best Rap Album, Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Iggy Azalea has released the dates for her “The Great Escape Tour,” which comes to the MGM Grand Garden arena on April 25.
See some live reggae and vintage rockabilly for free.
This holiday season, “Obey the Cowgod” and brighten Christmas for some kids in need all at once.
Grunge rockers touring in support of the new album “Man on the Run.”
Country superstar and others announce Vegas shows.
It used to take the Electric Daisy Carnival a few months to sell out. Now, it looks to be only a matter of weeks before all passes to the massive electronic music festival are gone.
Stoermer is touring with the band in support of the album, though he didn’t contribute to it, and that’s part of the reason he agreed to join the Pumpkins for a few live gigs: to not have to worry about writing and recording songs and just enjoy performing the finished product, focus on his playing.
These may or may not be the greatest records of the past year — who’s to say? — but they are my favorites.
Ready for a couple of big shows in (relatively) small venues?
Rodeo brings back old-Vegas tradition of the lounge act, but trade your martini glass for a cowboy hat.
Local band Imagine Dragons are featured in new advertisements as part of the city’s “What Happens Here, Stays Here” campaign.
Singer Barry Manilow headlines the MGM Grand Garden arena on April 10. Tickets are $19.75, $39.75, $79.75, $129.50 and $249.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at Ticketmaster outlets.
The hip-hop supervillain, playing Hard Rock Live, has been branded a racist, homophobe and misogynist and, like a young Eminem, revels in those labels.
There’s no place like home for the holidays. And for everyone from Strip veterans to Las Vegas Philharmonic musicians, “home” means The Smith Center.
Nominations for the top categories for the 57th annual Grammy Awards: are in, but who did they miss?
“King For A Day,” Pierce the Veil’s most popular song thus far, features a guest vocal appearance from Sleeping With Sirens singer Kellin Quinn, so it’s fitting that the two bands are currently ensconced on a co-headlining tour together.
In years since last downtown show, country trio has stretched its songwriting to make its hits more diverse.