The Composers Showcase of Las Vegas, a celebration of original music created by Las Vegas artists, moves to The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall on Saturday.
“We don’t worry about the passage of time very much. We are fortunate because we play music that is not faddish,” Don Henley once said.
In a story you really can’t script, an Aerosmith fan named Barbie Dahl has Steven Tyler’s customized Vegas Strong T-shirt.
Writing of the monumental performance, I had mentioned the Vegas Strong shirt should be presented at Aerosmith’s museum at Park Theater. But we need the shirt back.
Look for Shania Twain, returning to headlining status at Zappos Theater, to record her own video and (likely) be a fixture at VGK games.
Lynette Chappell, the so-called “Evil Queen” in the Siegfried Roy fiefdom, says she was somewhat shaken by the two-hour special.
Celine Dion resumes her scheduled shows at Bell Centre on Friday and Saturday. Her world tour opened Sept. 18 in Quebec City.
Marshmello has satisfied about half of the dates on his original deal, which was signed in April and had earned him about $600,000 per weekend based on the original $60 million contract figure.
Shepard Fairey’s latest piece, a black-and-white portrait of Queen, is against the brick wall overlooking OTR’s upper-level courtyard.
A new show is opening at Bellagio, and this one is rewinding the clock.