No. 58 is to stay in the stables at this year’s National Finals Rodeo.
Sunday’s “Vegas Cares” show closed with the Las Vegas band Elvis Monroe playing the new song, “We Fight.”
John Rich of Big & Rich says, “I will tell you, I’m sure there will be another Route 91 and I hope they invite us to play in it.”
The Strip’s newest arena and one of its lavishly appointed theaters will reportedly be the site where Las Vegas entertainers will coalesce to show strength and support following Oct. 1’s mass shooting on the Strip.
Country music star Eric Church, who headlined the first night of Route 91 Harvest country music festival on Friday, has dedicated the new song “Why Not Me” to victims of Sunday’s shootings at the Village on the Strip.
Frank Marino’s home, and his beautiful pool out back, was the stage for filming of a TV series set to run in the U.K. titled “Last Laugh in Vegas.”
Celine Dion forever charitable, and donated the proceeds of Sunday’s show to victims of Sunday’s shooting and their families.
“I want to do this on behalf of my family, and on behalf of the employees at Casa de Shenandoah,” Wayne Newton said. “I only need to know where to help, and when.”
Engulfing Las Vegas in a bloody tragedy that has left this city shocked and weeping, the mass shooting Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival near Mandalay Bay also has shaken local performers, personalities and entertainment executives, who reflected on its effect on them and the possible repercussions for the entertainment scene.