Oh Wikipedia, thanks for conjuring up a dozen random and ridiculous Elvis Presley/Lil Wayne comparisons. Why? Wayne just passed Elvis as the male with the most entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
It all began with that bell, tolling in a thunderstorm somewhere, definitely at night, its ominous, foreboding clang suggestive of rain-slicked tombstones, black masses beneath moonless skies and a bunch of gargoyles doing gargoyle stuff.
If there was an NCAA men’s basketball-style tournament to crown the nerdiest band of all time, Coheed and Cambria would be a lock for the final four.
Oh Brad Paisley, you’ve put yourself in quite a spot.
Earlier in the month, L.A.’s Fitz and the Tantrums opened for Bruno Mars at the MGM Grand, a fitting pairing: Both look to the past in an attempt to dominate pop music’s present.
Is there room for a guitar hero in the “Guitar Hero” era?
Puddle of Mudd
Get funky and/or dead with this latest roundup of Vegas music releases.
Las Vegas was introduced to MGMT in a fluid catalog of music to go with a visual eruption of shapes on the background of the Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan on Monday night.
“The Great Gatsby” (PG-13): Leonardo DiCaprio gives an Old Hollywood-style star turn as the title character in director Baz Luhrmann’s wildly anachronistic take on the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic.