This week’s lineup of shows for budget-minded music fans includes Spindrift and Dead Sara.
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This week’s list of options for budget-minded music fans includes the Gashers at the Double Down and Bombay Heavy at the Bunkhouse.
The Aerosmith frontman comes to town to preview his first solo album, “We’re All Somebody From Somewhere,” due out July 15.
Our music picks this week include 311 at Mandalay Bay Beach and Brian Wilson at the Hard Rock Hotel.
The troubadour, performing Friday at Boulder Station, is resigned to the fact that the song will always be more famous than he is. “Basically, no matter what happens to me, it’s here to stay,” he says. “And that’s not bad.”
The veteran Vegas DJ, who makes a living warming up country star Jason Aldean’s stadium crowds, returns to town to spin records Friday at the Hard Rock Hotel’s Rehab pool party.
Bombay Heavy’s drummer Rob Whited works for The Killers. He earns a living working as a drum tech for Ronnie Vannucci, when he’s not performing those same duties for Death Cab for Cutie timekeeper Jason McGerr. It really was as easy as just asking.
Scotty Moore, the pioneering rock guitarist whose sharp, graceful style helped Elvis Presley shape his revolutionary sound and inspired a generation of musicians that included Keith Richards, Jimmy Page and Bruce Springsteen, died Tuesday. He was 84.
What’s the difference between Garth Brooks and the Rolling Stones? Start your own office punch-line contest, but here’s one answer: Five shows and $665.
Former rap music mogul Marion “Suge” Knight sued Chris Brown and the owners of a popular nightclub on Monday after he was shot seven times at a 2014 party hosted by the R&B singer.
After kicking off his T-Mobile Arena run, the singer made a surprise appearance at a small club at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday.
Who wears short shorts (and can now add DJing to her resume)?
Already, several hours before showtime, the primal power of a killer voice set against a few well-chosen chords reveals itself outside the doors of Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Country superstar’s ritual return to arena barnstorming included solo-acoustic revisit to Las Vegas solo years.
Kanye West premiered a shocking new video on Friday night for fans in Los Angeles. The video for “Famous,” his latest single off of “The Life of Pablo,” features 12 nude celebrities in bed together.
In a Friday afternoon news conference before his debut in T-Mobile Arena, country superstar Garth Brooks announced that all six of his concerts in the arena through the July 4 weekend will be filmed.
Ralph Stanley, a patriarch of Appalachian music who with his brother Carter helped expand and popularize the genre that became known as bluegrass, has died. He was 89.
Our music picks this week include Martin Garrix at Omnia and Sublime with Rome at Mandalay Bay Beach.
This week’s list of options for budget-minded music fans includes Alan Six at the Dive and the Bunkhouse Saloon’s new bimonthly party, Rock N Rattlecan.
Led Zeppelin won an ongoing copyright lawsuit over the guitar riff in “Stairway to Heaven,” according to a verdict announced on Thursday.
This year’s Kennedy Center honorees include musicians who span genres including pop, rock, gospel, blues, folk and classical — and an actor known for his extraordinary range.
From costumes to instruments, a selection of music memorabilia will go under the hammer in Beverly Hills this week, including items belonging to late singers Whitney Houston and Prince.
A gifted frontman, Matt Shultz gives off a very real sense that he believes the words he’s singing, and that, in turn, informs his presence, which accounts for why critics have been prone to praise him.