He stretches the word out, elongating the longing.
In the towering achievement of cinematic Velveeta that was 1984’s “Rhinestone,” Dolly Parton taught a gruff New York City cabdriver, played by a plywood-stiff Sylvester Stallone, how to be a bona fide country singer.
Tommy Emmanuel is an instinctive performer, his repertoire untutored and emotive, a product of intuition, not training.
Bust out your party hat and noisemakers for Squidhat Records’ Second Anniversary Showcase Weekend.
Jay Mohr is the best impressionist not to make a big deal out of being one. Especially in Las Vegas, where even bad ones do.
Carlos Santana says that no matter how often he plays Las Vegas, he’s “staying here for keeps” as a Nevada resident.
There was one part of planning his wedding that Benson Henderson thoroughly enjoyed. Maybe too much. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight champ, who married his girlfriend, Maria Magana, at midnight Jan. 1, says he really enjoyed picking out the cake.
Mike Moulchin had a heavy heart while guiding his Clark girls basketball team Thursday. Bobbi Floyd’s runner in the lane in the closing seconds and a few narrow escapes helped lift Moulchin’s spirits.