Killer parties almost killed Craig Finn. The Hold Steady frontman once attested to as much in song. But that was a decade ago.
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Three dozen people were transported to the hospital and as many as 50 others were treated or evaluated at the scene during a an electronic dance music show in Boston featuring Swedish disc jockey Avicii.
Shahab Zargari’s clicking an invisible camera. Sitting at a small table at The Beat Coffeehouse and Records on a recent Tuesday evening, the founder of Vegas-based label GC Records mimes taking a picture as he discusses an upcoming compilation featuring local acts.
Comedian Kevin Hart’s box-office hit “Think Like A Man Too” is set in Vegas. He’ll return to the scene Sept. 5-6, bringing his “Hartbeat Weekend” with comedy shows, a performance by Kendrick Lamar and even a blackjack tourney at The Cosmopolitan.
Here are three new CDs you need: Mastodon’s melodic “Once More ‘Round The Sun,” Strand of Oaks’ feel-good “HEAL” and Jad Fair & Danielson’s smily “Solid Gold Heart.”
A draft of one of the most popular songs of all time, Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone,” sold Tuesday for $2 million, which the auction house called a world record for a popular music manuscript.
“If you go to a real hardcore show, they’re doing this wild, swinging-punching thing.”
Three days. Twenty-six hours (plus four spent in parking lots). Thirty-seven performances seen, whole or in part. This was my Electric Daisy Carnival weekend.
Hip hop OutKast is one of the featured acts of the second edition of the Life is Beautiful food and music festival, whose full line-up was revealed Monday.
The last night of Electric Daisy Carnival came to a close Monday morning. The event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway drew in crowds by the thousands, each night seeing about 134,000 attendees, according to Insomniac Events.
Sunday night closed out the 2014 version of the Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Mary Wilson, the longest-reigning member of the original Supremes, is open to a reunion tour with the legendary pop trio’s best-known member, Diana Ross.
A few thoughts on day two of the Electric Daisy Carnival.
Arrests decreased while ejections escalated at Electric Daisy Carnival’s second night compared to day one, Las Vegas police said Sunday morning.
Electric Daisy Carnival experienced its second day of 2014 on Saturday. Check out these photos from the event.
There’s something eerie about the silence of a school band room on the first day of summer vacation.
The sound roaring from the stage like a storm front of bass was pretty much indivisible from the scream-inducing drop tower nearby.
Las Vegas police had several officers patrolling the event and reported six misdemeanor arrests and 29 drug-related felony arrests were made the first night, from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.
“I know all about discrimination in the South. We faced it a lot back in the early days of the Allman Brothers. A bunch of long-hairs running around with a black guy?”
Check out the latest photos from EDC Las Vegas 2014.
Indie dance pop troupe Grouplove joins Portugal. The Man at Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq on Aug. 16. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 day of show and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Brooklyn Bowl box office, 3545 Las Vegas Blvd. South, and www.ticketfly.com .
You may not think that actors have much business making records, but, to quote one Jeffrey Lebowksi, “That’s just, like, your opinion, man.”
On “Rent I Pay,” the first single from Spoon’s new album “They Want My Soul,” due in August, frontman Britt Daniel sings of losing sleep while not sounding drowsy in the least, his voice fraying at the edges as he pushes it and his band as hard as a schoolyard bully.