Spiegelworld’s ‘Atomic Saloon Show’ gets raves in Scotland, opens at The Venetian in September.
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Expect Marie Osmond to be onstage in her own show, likely with a different performing partner, in 2020.
“Candy World” is a tease to what might be a resident production at Light by the end of the year.
David Osborn says of his regular gig, “If you sit here long enough, you’ll see the whole world literally walks by the piano here at the Bellagio.”
Of Prince, Elisa Fiorillo says, “There were very few like him, if any.”
Def Leppard vocalist Joe Elliott says of the band’s Zappos Theater show, “It’s a bit like an actor going into one of these kind of blockbuster summer movies, you know?”
Jason Aldean has mused for years about a run in Las Vegas. He’s found his spot at Park Theater on Dec. 6-8 with “Ride All Night.”
Saturday night on Broadway was like the Fanilow Pop Festival.
As it is renovation as Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Hard Rock Hotel will shut down entirely in the first week of February, re-launching in late 2020.
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center has hosted more than 500 music shows, and nearly 100 viewing parties.
The show will continue with ace keyboardist and Fator’s road sidekick Bill Zappia performing the backing music to tracks.
“Blanc de Blanc” is created by Australia’s independent Strut & Fret Production House, which has its hand in multiple touring productions, including “Blanc de Blanc Encore.”
Def Leppard is a confident, capable and experienced band. For evidence, check out Phil Collen.
Human Nature opened a decade ago at Imperial Palace, and continues to churn out Motown hits.