“Any song in the world,” Bruno Mars challenged the audience to yell up on his opening night in the new Chelsea theater at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. “I just want to play around. Any song in the world …”
Las Vegas may want a commitment from Michael Buble, but it will settle for a one-night stand.
This year’s “Soul Train Awards” will originate from Las Vegas for the second year in a row, but most locals will watch the show where they are used to seeing it: on TV.
At the Rio, Jalles Franca gives us what you might call the fan-fiction fantasy version of Michael Jackson in ‘MJ Live!’
The British progressive rock band Yes held its ground with a faithful audience on Friday, filling about the same two-thirds(ish) of the Pearl at the Palms as the band did with the same sparse stage production last summer, when
Jon Davison was first introduced to local audiences.
It’s been 27 years since their last show and they’re already talking about hanging it up again?
The Who’s new staging of “Quadrophenia” is full of deliberate “then and now” comparisons, but Las Vegas got an extra one Friday night.
“Who is that?”