Vegas is the entertainment capital of the world — if you’ve been around here for any period of time, you’ve undoubtedly heard that term bandied about.
Some things about Madonna you will never forget. Likewise, there are many things about Madonna you’ve probably forgotten already.
Celine Dion will be back next year for at least 23 more shows in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
OK, Judds fans, let’s have some fun. Which of these might actually be part of the reunion shows in Las Vegas?
Last week’s hullabaloo over George Strait playing at least four Las Vegas arena concerts next year got me wondering: Has any other superstar kept getting more and more popular over the years without doing one thing different?
Lionel Richie is old enough to remember the days when Las Vegas wasn’t cool.
You think you know Dr. Funkenstein. And your bop gun is loaded for the return of the Mothership, when George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic play Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq on Tuesday.
Lee Ann Womack will forever be linked to the monster crossover hit of 2000. But the Texas singer who helped get us used to figuring out if a song (or its singer) is “country” or “pop” has left the pop side of that divide to the youngsters, returning to the traditional country that inspired her.
Reckless in Vegas went Vegas before they ever came — or, in leader Michael Shapiro’s case, came back — to Vegas.
If you happen to spot Aretha Franklin and Clive Davis in Las Vegas, don’t interrupt them. Not if you want to see a musical biography of Franklin on Broadway.