Jonas Brothers just released the single “What A Man Gotta Do” and are performing the song live for the first time Sunday during the Grammy Awards telecast on CBS.
The renowned Red Rocker said he’d never been cited for speeding since releasing the hit “I Can’t Drive 55” in 1984.
Kids’ science, outdoor jazz and burlesque top the downtown Las Vegas to-do list this week.
Founder Allan Carter talks about his decision to shutter one of the city’s best, most prolific indie labels.
Bredon Urie christens Notes for Notes studio at a Henderson Boys & Girls Club.
Eminem released a surprise video, which used re-created images and audio recordings from the 2017 Route 91 Harvest festival mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Eminem has used a re-creation of the Oct. 1 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip as a backdrop for the new single from his latest release, a move certain to ignite debate.
Videos of Neil Peart performing with Rush will be played on the LED panels 90 feet above street level at the Fremont Street Experience.
Other events happening downtown include Frankie Moreno at Smith Center, ‘Sweeney Todd’ at Majestic Repertory Theatre and Market in the Alley.
David Lee Roth recalls his firing at Bally’s by saying, “I think I was ahead of myself a little bit at the time.”