In today’s Entertainment Capital of the World, shows that can’t pay for themselves are swept from the stage, no matter how artistically superior.
“Obviously, this piece is a little more charged,” Zak Bagans says of his new Charles Manson painting. “It’s a little more creepy than most of the other objects.”
Through the miracle of cinematography, Carrie Fisher offers one final performance as Princess Leia.
The phones locked, the crowd at The Park Theater grooved with Bruno Mars in a classic and thunderous performance.
“Elvis has not left the building,” Mark Mercer, “Legends in Concert’s” marketing director, promises. “We’ll be excited to have him back in the fall. We’re just having fun with this particular lineup.”
Wayde King is famous as co-star with his brother-in-law Brett Raymer on Animal Planet’s series “Tanked,” set at Las Vegas’s Acrylic Tank Manufacturing.
Last week, Piff the Magic Dragon celebrated his 500th show at the Flamingo Las Vegas. This week, Slash and his backing band released a new single, “Driving Rain.” There is a connection. His name is Frankie Sidoris.
At his peak, Adam Ant had three No. 1 singles in the U.K.: “Stand and Deliver” and “Prince Charming” with his band The Ants, and “Goodie Too Shoes” as a solo artist.
The Kats! Bureau at this writing is Patio Bar at the Flamingo Las Vegas, a few strides from the Donny & Marie Showroom. Tuesday, the stage show “Legends in Concert” celebrates its 35th anniversary.
Stevie Wonder ‘Parked’ it when hearing of Bruno Mars’ venue