“The Voice — Neon Dreams,” conceived as a spirited adaptation of the NBC contest show, will not perform on the Strip or anywhere else in Las Vegas. We can confidently report that plans for the show are not moving forward.
The collective capacity to groove it up is indicative of the great appeal of this new production starring — in its opening run — Salt-N-Pepa, All-4-One and Rob Base.
The popular piano bar is uprooting from its original spot on Fremont East for a new home at Neonopolis early next year.
Salt-N-Pepa is co-hosting the daytime talk show (2 p.m. KLAS Channel 8) to promote “I Love the ’90s — The Vegas Show” at Paris Theater.
It’s clear that Britney Spears is set up to go toe-to-toe (or, heel-to-heel) with other superstar residencies at The Park Theater, and elsewhere, in ‘19.
Hillary Scott and Lady A have announced a 16-show spree at the Pearl running from that its five premiere shows Feb. 8-16, and continuing for select dates May 10-18 and Aug. 23-31.
Steve Reineke, hired by the N.Y. Pops after an exhaustive two-year search, learned of Frankie Moreno through violin great Joshua Bell (who was seated a half-dozen seats to my right at Friday’s show).
The Lopezes were delivered their Dodgers cake amid the requisite pyrotechnics (sparklers, specifically) and join a list of Apex birthday celebrants that includes Matt Goss, Emily Ratajkowski, Tinashe, Ne-Yo, Scott Disick, Travis Barker, Rick Ross, Serayah, Ajiona Alexus, Scheana Shay and Blake Griffin.
Britney Spears’ fans won’t need to look far for domination. It’s right there in the title of her new show.
Gregg Bissonette has also backed David Lee Roth, Joe Satriani, Carlos Santana, Toto, Electric Light Orchestra, the Bee Gees and jazz trumpet master Maynard Ferguson’s band.