Carlos Santana says of his collapse in Michigan, “It was hot, I was trying to be a trooper, then my batteries just went out.”
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Freestyle Love Supreme,” is moving, fast-forward, to Summit Showroom at The Venetian.
Hard Hat Lounge, opened in 1962, been taken over by rocker Frankie Sidoris and partner Robby Cunningham of Guerilla Pizza.
Aerosmith is celebrating its 50th birthday (well, 52nd) with a return to Dolby Live.
News 3 and The CW power couple Kim and Dana Wagner are splitting duties, but not splitting up, at Las Vegas’s NBC affiliate.
Of Queen Elizabeth, Andy Walmsley says, “Her personal skills were honed after an entire life of practice.”
The Stadium Tour is ending this leg of shows at Allegiant Stadum, but The Crüe is not hanging it up.
“Awakening” is the title and fall is the start time for the show replaceing “Le Reve” at Wynn Las Vegas.
Pitbull is scheduled to open iHeart Radio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena; Lynyrd Skynyrd is playing a two shows at Virgin Theater.
Mark Davis’ first album was “Meet the Beatles,” and he’s been rocking out ever since.
Las Vegas Philharmonic Music Director Donato Cabrera says the upcoming season is “a reflection of who we are, and who we want to be.”
Justin Bieber has called off his “Justice Tour” dates, saying, “I realized that I need to make my health the priority right now.”