A big space calls for big songs. Did country explode because it started delivering hits that could pull in 25,000 people? Or did country start writing big anthems because it’s pulling in 25,000 people?
Downtown Las Vegas won’t be an easy place to get around this weekend, but those who go are gearing for a memorable experience.
Aside from a short message posted to the venue’s Facebook page, and an equally brief statement issued by Mark Rowland, chief executive officer of Downtown Project Ventures, there was no reason given for the closure.
Legendary guitarist B.B. King, who introduced audiences worldwide to the blues and inspired a generation of musicians, died Thursday night at his home in Las Vegas, his attorney said. He was 89.
Summerlin resident Darren Sher has moved his recording business, The Omnitone Recording Studios, from the northwest valley closer to the Strip. The move came just as he partnered with Los Angeles-based Stampede Music Publishing, whose artists include rapper Snoop Lion (formerly known as Snoop Dogg).
Vince Neil, lead singer of the rock band Mötley Crüe, has gone to court to force an Oregon woman to relinquish control of his social media accounts.