Rock crooner Chris Isaak keeps it simple: “The band wears suits. I wear a suit. We show up on time.”
Pausing to deal with a technical issue, Reba McEntire took fans’ requests to sing “The Star Spangled Banner” at Caesars Palace as Reba and Brooks & Dunn closed the year.
Lil Jon shouted, “Go! Go! Go!” as a way of inspiring Foxx to toast his own birthday.
Over the decades, Osborne has become known as the “Pianist to the Presidents,” having played a total of 66 events over the years for six presidents.
“Wow” has run for 1,000 shows, and has lasted more than two years in a tiring, 30-year-old off-Strip hotel under an ownership change.
Joan Rivers lives! At least in “Legends in Concert” at Tropicana, where Frank Marino returns to the show for four performances Dec. 26-30.
Juice Wrld performed during the final day of Day N Vegas music festival on Nov. 3 at Las Vegas Festival Grounds. He was also in the lineup for the iHeartRadio Music Festival’s Day Stage, and at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Says Todd Rundgren of the Beatles “White Album”: “It’s not my favorite album in the Beatles’ canon. It might be my least-favorite album in the Beatles’ canon.”
Las Vegas Strip headliner Mat Franco and his now-former production partner, Base Entertainment, have settled a 13-month legal dispute.
Criss Angel reported during an impromptu interview with TMZ on Tuesday afternoon that his son’s cancer had returned and he would be readmitted for treatment.