Aerosmith books are starting to fill up a shelf. This is being discussed because the Aerosmith tour stopping at the MGM Grand Garden on Saturday will be followed Oct. 7 by guitarist Joe Perry’s memoir, “Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith.”
Killer parties almost killed Craig Finn. The Hold Steady frontman once attested to as much in song. But that was a decade ago.
It sounds like a hangover record, brought on not by too much booze (though certainly there was plenty of that) but by an overindulgence of life in the music business.
The inaugural Route 91 Harvest festival, featuring Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Dwight Yoakam and many others, takes over The Lot across from the Luxor on Oct. 3-5.
A man who donated to a South Dakota museum a slightly damaged acoustic guitar played by Elvis Presley that is at the center of a custody battle insisted Thursday he had the right to give it away because he owned it.
Although classic-rock bands such as Yes (due in town Aug. 15) leave fans divided when they replace original singers with younger ones, no one can argue the undeniably good years Journey saw after recruiting Arnel Pineda as a sound-alike for Steve Perry.
Every recording artist thinks the next album is going to be a big one, or else why bother? But Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town thinks she has real evidence.
Chris Heers is one of Vegas’ best country/Americana singer-songwriters. Don’t miss him when he performs acoustically at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Goldmine Tavern.
Get ready, wishers. Disney’s “Into the Woods,” a tale of witches, wolves and magic, hits theaters January 1, 2015.
Ticket sales begin Friday for “Route 91 Harvest,” an Oct. 3-5 festival in the lot actually called The Lot, across Las Vegas Boulevard from the Luxor and Mandalay Bay.