Salt-N-Pepa is co-hosting the daytime talk show (2 p.m. KLAS Channel 8) to promote “I Love the ’90s — The Vegas Show” at Paris Theater.
National and local country music performers take the stage at a new festival Saturday.
Think of it as plunging into an ocean of song with bricks in your pockets.
It’s clear that Britney Spears is set up to go toe-to-toe (or, heel-to-heel) with other superstar residencies at The Park Theater, and elsewhere, in ‘19.
Steve Reineke, hired by the N.Y. Pops after an exhaustive two-year search, learned of Frankie Moreno through violin great Joshua Bell (who was seated a half-dozen seats to my right at Friday’s show).
Britney Spears’ fans won’t need to look far for domination. It’s right there in the title of her new show.
Puddles, whose legal name is Mike Geier, does not speak in his show. He only sings. He also stands 7 feet tall in his high-heeled boots. He’s an imposing, and also lovable, entity.
The Great Britney Spears Announcement is upon us.
Believe it or not, there was a time when your live-music options around the Strip were mostly limited to lounges, old-school showrooms or arenas. The only thing resembling a middle ground was the cavernous 7,500-seat Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts.
Cher has tacked on nine shows from March 13-30 to her ongoing residency at the live-entertainment hotbed at Park MGM.