Guitarist Vinny “Vin A.” Adinolfi III says, “I think we’ll finally get to see if we can succeed without two hands tied behind our backs.”
Tommy Shaw recalls auditioning for Styx: “It was kind of urgent for them to find somebody who could mainly sing those high parts.”
Rockwell Group is partnering with Hakkasan Group in the refreshing of the 54,500-square-foot party space.
NFL great and Fox broadcaster Terry Bradshaw says, “It’s hard to believe they would want me to do a — what do you call it? — a residency. It’s pretty cool when I say it.”
Fans in Nashville rejoiced in ending an 11-year wait to see Celine Dion, as Bridgestone Arena was ignited and packed beyond its 13,000 capacity.
David Lee Roth recalls his firing at Bally’s by saying, “I think I was ahead of myself a little bit at the time.”
Gregg Austin’s rollicking Motown show routinely filled a pair of Las Vegas showrooms at off-Strip hotels. But Austin’s influence has been felt across the city, and beyond.
Windjammers have performed twice at Rocks Lounge, where the no-cover performances have filled the room and attracted multiple standing ovations.
The performances have been a relief to Rio officials, who were not eager to dump 20 dates.
The veteran impressionist headliner is returning to Golden Nugget Showroom on Feb. 11 in a show titled, “Lasting Impressions.”