Verdine White talks of his late brother, Maurice, having “left us in good hands.”
“Can you believe, this? I’m as old as the (expletive) hills and I’m starting another residency in Las Vegas,” says Barry Manilow, whose grand opening for “Barry Manilow Las Vegas: The Hits Come Home” coincides with his 75th birthday.
“After 7 beautiful years together, Aja and I’s marriage has come to an end,” Dan Reynolds posted to Twitter on Thursday.
Former New York Yankees all-star Bernie Williams sat in with Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns and wiped the place out with a three-song jazz set.
Oscar Goodman is to work as understudy for lead narrator Michael Franzese, the longtime Colombo crime family overlord who has since reformed as a popular motivational speaker.
Tony Dovolani performed twice Saturday night but later learned that his cousin, Shkelzen Verzivoli, known as “Skalzy,” had died of a heart attack at age 42.
Still big fans of Vegas and frequent headliners on the Strip, ZZ Top begins a five-show spree at Venetian Theater on Friday night.
ACM Awards host Reba McEntire called out previous hosting tandems Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, plus Bryan and Blake Shelton. Operating solo, McEntire said, “I guess they figured it only takes one woman to do the job of two men!”
Addressing the scores of fans who turned out for her arrival at Planet Hollywood Resort, Gwen Stefani said, “I’m so excited and I’m going try my hardest to bring the best show that’s ever been here.”
“Finding the right words, and the right clothes,” Reba McEntire says. “Those are the things you focus on when you host this show.”