Troy Burgess left Cher’s 1989-90 world tour for a sitcom set in the 1970s, called “Have a Nice Day.” Burgess would play a stoner kid.
Shania Twain has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, and is the top-selling female country solo artist ever.
Def Leppard is a confident, capable and experienced band. For evidence, check out Phil Collen.
Sarah Jessica Parker will meet fans, and play customer service rep at Bellagio on Sunday and Monday.
Cherry Boom Boom thunders through 70 minutes with five dancers, a host and a lotta rock ‘n’ roll.
Hans Klok introduced the legendary duo with, “The reason I am in magic tonight, my friends in magic, Siegfried and Roy!
Of a $15,000 blackjack spree, Foreigner’s Mick Jones says, “I mean, they really — they had to tear me away from the table at the end,”
Hotel Apache itself dates to 1932, a time when Model Ts parked outside the property and guests were titillated to ride the first electric elevator ever in Las Vegas.
Carlos Santana, who broke in a big bad way at the original Woodstock, is officially out of next month’s anniversary event.
Opening this month, Happy Place is in line with the current mini-trend of Vegas entertainment experiences not easily described. “When you see it, you get it.”