Saturday night on Broadway was like the Fanilow Pop Festival.
Celine Dion performed “Because You Loved Me,” “Ashes,” Beauty and the Beast” and “My Heart Will Go On.” Her arrival drew a roar from the 300 VIPs in attendance, who were not informed of the night’s entertainment.
Terry Bradshaw is calling another audible in his fabled football career, headlining his own production at Luxor.
Frank Marino says, “Lots of good things on the horizon,” as he seeks to resurrect his career.
“R.U.N” is the title and overarching theme of the new Cirque show opening at Luxor’s newly named R.U.N Theater on Oct. 24.
The event was remarkable as a Luxor/MGM Resorts act supported a Planet Hollywood/Caesars Entertainment headlining residency.
Once a sellout performer at Golden Nugget and Sahara, A.J. today can’t perform a full show, leaning (sometimes literally) on his stage assistant and wife, Anastasia Synn, herself a top-level performer.
We have two shows, one a proven commodity and another new to Las Vegas, that cut to the chase. “Legends In Concert” and “The Greatest Piano Men.”
The Celine Dion/James Corden trek around VegasVille and across Lake Bellagio on March 22 will air on prime time. “The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special” is scheduled for 10 p.m. May 20 on CBS.
Before Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina churned out “Your Mama Don’t Dance,” the 71-year-old Loggins remembers nearly being tugged away from rock ‘n’ roll.