Vocalist Bernard Fowler and sax man Tim Ries joined the Jimmy McIntosh Band for a rowdy night at an old Vegas rock club.
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Blue Man Group continues to defy genres, cultures and demographics as it secures its hold on the Strip.
After Wednesday, Sen. Harry Reid is confident one of the major parties will bring their presidential nomination convention to Las Vegas.
Mick Jagger is suffering from a serious throat problem. Thus, Wednesday’s Rolling Stones show is canceled.
The Washington Post, Fox News and USA Today lead the media onslaught on VegasVille the night before the presidential debate at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Cher is bringing her characteristically elaborate stage show and many costume changes to The Park Theater on Feb. 8.
Monday morning, Gov. Brian Sandoval signed off on a stadium that could one day be home to the Raiders and a $1.4-billion expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center. A couple of hours later, he walked onstage at the Thomas & Mack Center to check out the set of Wednesday’s third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
Four Queens headlining comic magician Mike Hammer hosted his second Celebrity Go-Kart Race at Gene Woods Racing Experience, but most of the action was off the track.
Filling seven production shows on the Strip is not easy, but Cirque du Soleil wants to hit late-arrivals with a smartphone app.
The timing of Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize in Literature was just hours before he took the stage on the Strip.
The multifaceted artist, who performs in Clint Holmes’ Palazzo show, learned to sing and play piano in Cuba, and learned English in Las Vegas.
Brown is now the second headlining impressionist, after the late Danny Gans, to hire Lightman as a business partner — even as Lightman has not represented any Las Vegas entertainers in more than five years.
Gordie Brown spent two stints at the showroom bearing his name at Golden Nugget, including a seven-year run beginning in 2009.
“Rock of Ages,” which rolled out the hits of the 1980s in the Bourbon Room at the Rio, goes dark on New Year’s Day.
Donny & Marie opened at the Flamingo on a six-week contract in the fall of 2008. They have not left.