Experimental L.A. rockers Qui team up with Vegas’ The Bitters and The Fat Dukes for a great bill at 10 p.m. Saturday at the Double Down Saloon, 4640 Paradise Road. The show is free; call 702-791-5775.
Bayside’s “Guitar Hero” pop punk raises the question: Is there any problem, personal or otherwise, that a rippin’ lead can’t solve? About those problems, they are plentiful.
The lugubrious, molasses grooves move forth like syrup on sandpaper. This is what The Roots bring Elvis Costello: a steady hand, a deliberate pace, anchoring the venerable singer-songwriter’s free-range musings in floodwater-deep funk.
Little Theatre goes ‘True West’ … Sibling rivalry powers “True West,” Sam Shepard’s acclaimed play about two estranged brothers, which begins a three-weekend run in Las Vegas Little Theatre’s Black Box.
Kenny Rogers didn’t have to wait until his condition was post-mortem to see a couple of major honors.
There’s more than one place to hear “Drunken Lullabies” this weekend.
Comedy duo Cheech &Chong hit The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on May 16, with War. Tickets start at $39.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at The Joint box office, 4455 Paradise Road, and Ticketmaster outlets.
OneRepublic tops the bill at the annual Tiger Jam benefit concert.
Country music fans will have the new High Roller observation wheel to steer them to this year’s events surrounding the Academy of Country Music awards, but they will need to show up with some cash. And not show up on Fremont Street, unless they are willing to settle for less-famous bands.