Garth Brooks fans can spend the July Fourth weekend with him in Las Vegas; the country superstar will play four arena concerts in three days in the new Las Vegas Arena.
British singer Adele’s new album sold a record 3.38 million U.S. copies in its first full week, Nielsen Music said, becoming the biggest-selling album of 2015 in an astonishing feat for an era when artists rarely top 1 million.
Three of the four remaining Grateful Dead members, along with John Mayer, performed as Dead & Company in the first of two performances at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Fine as it may be to see John Mayer onstage this weekend with three of the “core four” — Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart — two key differences go beyond the obvious absence of the late Jerry Garcia and the living Phil Lesh, the bassist who made last summer’s “Fare Thee Well” shows an official reunion/farewell.
Adele, whose latest album “25” has smashed sales records in its first week of release, announced on Thursday she would begin a 15-week concert tour of Britain, Ireland and continental Europe in February.
The U.S. rock band playing the Bataclan concert hall where 89 people were killed on the night of the Nov. 13 Paris terror attack have praised the heroism of their fans in their first interview since the tragedy.
Fresh off of breaking chart records and already boasting the biggest-selling album of 2015 with “25,” the British singer positively crushed it Tuesday on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
Consider Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain” reveal last week to be at least one rock ‘n’ roll mystery solved. Here, we offer a few other musical mysteries that, we believe, await definitive resolution.
British boy band One Direction swept the top honors at Sunday’s American Music Awards, while a sorrowful tribute to the victims of the attacks in Paris lent a somber note to a night of otherwise vibrant performances.
Lyrical references and songs about Las Vegas are about as common as anything in music.