Las Vegas artist Shawn Eiferman says, “I can appease someone who asks, ‘Hey, can you play the Jonas Brothers?’ I can actually play that.”
Travis Cloer’s family distilled three hours into a 45-second, time-lapse video to the song “ ’Til You Fall in Love.”
The collective work is inspired, capturing a moment in time as the coronavirus has forced entertainers off the stage.
Pete “Big Elvis” Vallee asked his fans if they wanted to see him online. They nearly crashed his Facebook page.
Outgoing MGM Resorts International President of Entertainment Sean Christie says, “I wanted to be transparent in telling the company of my intention to move on.”
Cirque du Soleil has culled existing footage for fans to access from home, including an hourlong special from “O” at Bellagio, and the international shows “Kurios” and “Luzia.”
Naomi Mauro says of herself and husband, Gio,“We can make bread, a lot of bread,” Mauro said in a phone chat this week. “At first it was therapeutic, but so far it’s been something people are enjoying, so that’s good.”
Brad Paisley challenged Darius Rucker, who played Foster Lloyd’s “You Can Come Cryin’ to Me,” and Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum has performed Call Me a Dog” by Chris Cornell.
Las Vegas Strip headlining magician Mat Franco says of his show, “It’s a learn-as-we-go kind of thing, a way to push me out of my comfort zone and still reach an audience.”
A major Las Vegas fan and historian, Robbie Williams forged a hit residency at Encore Theater last spring and summer.