Flanked by spiral light towers that looked like illuminated strands of DNA, Flowers led The Killers in a 10-song set during a special pop-up concert, portions of which were to be broadcast on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
One of Vegas’ most promising hip-hop crews spins tales of perseverance on “9 to 5.”
The Killers have shown love to the Plaza, Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts in their video and concert appearances. Add Pearl at the Palms to that list.
Killers manager Robert Reynolds says he and his brother Mac Reynolds, manager of Imagine Dragons, try to do whatever is best for each band, individually.
He was 12 when he hit Vegas for the first time — and in love.
Pat Christenson once witnessed a man get thrown 10 feet in the air after the car he was sitting on got struck by lightning.
“Power of Peace” is filled with such classic covers as Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground,” Billie Holiday’s “God Bless the Child,” and Curtis Mayfield’s “Gypsy Woman.”
Enjoy some whimsy in Las Vegas this weekend
Cher returns midweek to perform another round of shows highlighting her career in music, film and TV.
In alternately quavering and sonorous tones, AFI frontman Davey Havok gives ceaselessly dramatic voice to sentiments as dark as his raven-colored coif.