He beat cancer. Now, Clay Heximer’s conquering his second cocktail.
Give your head
to Decrepit Birth
Country music stars and fans joined together to urge prayers for Randy Travis overnight as he recovered from brain surgery following a stroke at a Texas hospital.
Growling Lee face of Face of Oblivion
The porcupine-haired punk named Johnny, an exclamation point incarnate, sounded as if he had a bullhorn for a larynx as he voiced the question of the evening.
They know their history; it’s gospel to them.
They drop names like Thomas Dorsey, the father of black gospel, or Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the first to combine church hymns with rock and roll — long before Elvis Presley swiveled on scene.
The tone deaf dude who fired off his words like an assault rifle encapsulated the sentiment of the weekend in a manner as blunt and indelicate as his meat cleaver of a singing voice.
DjangoVegas! returns to downtown Las Vegas June 22 to celebrate the music of Django Reinhardt and other gypsy jazz musicians past and present. The John Jorgenson Quintet, Stephane Wrembel and his band, and Hot Club of Las Vegas will perform at the Historic Fifth Street School at 401 S. Fourth St.
The Centennial Hills Children’s Arts Festival is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 1 at Centennial Hills Park and Amphitheater. Las Vegas invites the community to this family festival that will abound in music, entertainment and fun arts activities for children and adults.
The talent is set and the amphitheater is ready for another season of music with Clark County Parks and Recreation’s Jazz in the Park concert series, which celebrates its 24th year. This year, the free series will feature the Las Vegas Academy Jazz Combo, which has invited Tom Scott to perform with it Saturday .