John Rich of Big & Rich says, “I will tell you, I’m sure there will be another Route 91 and I hope they invite us to play in it.”
Country music star Jason Aldean, who was onstage last Sunday when gunfire erupted at Route 91 Harvest festival on the Strip, made a surprise appearance during the opening of “Saturday Night Live” tonight.
Frank Marino’s home, and his beautiful pool out back, was the stage for filming of a TV series set to run in the U.K. titled “Last Laugh in Vegas.”
In a moving Facebook post, The Killers frontman celebrates the spirit of his hometown.
Outdoor music venues like Las Vegas Village, where a gunman massacred concert-goers Sunday night, are open targets. Don’t expect such sites to be razed and replaced anytime soon, experts say.
Engulfing Las Vegas in a bloody tragedy that has left this city shocked and weeping, the mass shooting Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival near Mandalay Bay also has shaken local performers, personalities and entertainment executives, who reflected on its effect on them and the possible repercussions for the entertainment scene.
Vegas concert promoters weigh in on how the industry might be impacted locally in the wake of the Route 91 Harvest tragedy.
In what is becoming an all-too-familiar ritual, TV networks and Hollywood studios scrambled Monday to react to a mass shooting.