Harry Connick Jr. says to play Vegas, “You have to be at the top of your game. That’s fun for me.”
Somewhere between Gwen Stefani’s illness and boffo return to the stage last week was this piece of news: She dueted with her beau and country superstar Blake Shelton before a full house at Zappos Theater.
Fearless of hyperbole and reminding that he is forever unleashed, former Smiths frontman Morrissey has announced a five-show series on the Las Vegas Strip.
Sammy Hagar, Toni Braxton, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds and Chris Isaak will pay tribute to Neil Diamond at this year’s Power of Love gala.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are not performing this month at The Venetian Theatre, returning in November.
John Di Domenico (in character) shared a stage with Baldwin (out of character) on Feb. 7, in Cupertino, California. The event was a re-election fundraiser for Democratic Assemblyman Evan Low.
The workplace safety agency also reviewed the accident in “O” at Bellagio on Jan. 5, when an artist fell from the show’s Russian swing apparatus, finding no violations.
Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden is becoming something of a scenester in our city, further expanding our civic image.
The groundswell of love among Barry Manilow’s “Fanilows” stretched to the entrance of the theater’s gift shop. It was a one-night-only event.
Rick Harrison of “Pawn Stars” says of his ill-fated concept, “I wanted to talk to the gardeners, the housekeepers, the curator of all the historical items around the White House.”