Ashley McBryde was a featured performer at the Next From Nashville stage on Sept. 29, the festival’s opening night during the event that ended with the tragic Oct. 1 shooting
Wayne Newton made a slight reference to a “Frances” in the audience during his preview opening Monday night at Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace.
Christina Aguilera is the next headliner to be announced at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood In Las Vegas. Aguilera herself announced the first 16 dates herself — briefly — on Monday.
Saturday night in Las Vegas, Chris Rock and Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers hit the new speakeasy/club/cool hang On The Record after the Lady Gaga’s rollicking “Enigma” performance (when Bradley Cooper sauntered to the stage to sing “Shallow”).
“We are teaching the next great musicians, and promoting jazz as a true American art form,” UNLV Jazz Studies department head and conductor Dave Loeb says. “It seems Lady Gaga is, too.”
The Aussie quartet of Phil Burton, Toby Allen and brothers Andrew and Mike Tierney, are not planning to move anywhere soon, either. The foursome last week signed a three-year extension running through March 2022.
The still-telegenic John Davidson, toting a guitar and in fine voice, remains a popular draw as a cabaret act. His act is storytelling, singing and strumming.
Flavor Flav can be called a one-man variety show, so it’s fitting his latest adventure in Las Vegas is indeed a variety show.
Carlos Santana is back at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay, where he has been resident rock headliner since the spring of 2012.
ZZ Top is just three guys. But the famed “Little Ol’ Band from Texas” once outnumbered its entire audience.