Neal Schon and Carlos Santana stormed through a three-song foray to open Sunday’s Santana show at House of Blues.
“Love and War” is the new album and single from Brad Paisley, who enlisted a trusted friend and songwriter — John Fogerty — to collaborate on the project.
Drake’s explosive performance of “Gyalchester” at Bellagio Fountains was presented as “live.” It wasn’t. Producers banked Sunday night’s performance, originally described in media reports as a rehearsal, during the live telecast.
There is more to dancing than just 1-2-3, 1-2-3.
One of the pioneers of grunge music and an inspiration to a generation of rock artists is being honored by two Las Vegas music institutions.
Myron Martin, president of the Smith Center for the Performing Arts, is in New York this week seeing a bevy of Broadway plays and musicals to fulfill his responsibility as a member of the Broadway League who votes on the member of the group that selects winners of the voter for the Tony Awards each year.
Human Nature is inviting fans to take part in three free shows on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center is taking on a beach scene, including a 100-foot-long swiming pool, for the upcoming Dirtybird BBQ festival.
The Crapshoot Comedy Festival has drawn immediate and understandable comparisons to the long-latent Comedy Festival held at Caesars Palace from 2005-2009.