Shaquille O’Neal says, “If the great Adam Levine wants me to come onstage and sing a Maroon 5 song, I’m definitely coming onstage.”
Sarah Silverman has visions of the ideal comedy club, but for now she’s fine with the Encore Theater.
The Weeknd, “Hadestown” and Silk Sonic highlight this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.
Lorena Peril’s debut of her life story is filled with fellow musicians who have followed her path.
Adele says of her new Colosseum show, “It’s all about the music, and it’s really, really nostalgic. It’s gonna be really beautiful.”
Jeff Beck, lauded as one of the all-time great guitarists since the mid-’60s, plays Pearl Concert Theater in November
Mary Sledge of Sister Sledge sang “We Are Family” and the band played a very old fight song during the Raiderettes’ 60th anniversary.
Sonic wound up at Cosmopolitan after a gig at Park MGM (in part) because MGM Resorts International owns both hotels.
Wayne Newton is performing the national anthem Sunday, along with 43 guest stars from the Las Vegas Academy Singers.
The popular Seven Magic Mountains art installation in the desert south of Las Vegas keeps getting marred by graffiti, and John Henderson and his team keep cleaning it up.
Wink Martindale was in the studio at WHBQ in Memphis on July 5, 1954 for the first spin of “That’s Alright Mama.”
The show was created just before COVID-19 hit. It is premiering just days after death of the artist for whom it is paying tribute. The creators of “The Olivia Show” have become accustomed to difficult timing.
The Aces’ regular-season finale and shows by Rob Zombie and Jim Jefferies head this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.
The veteran rocker gets it. She understands she needs to play the hits on tour. Las Vegas crowds, especially, respond to what is familiar.