In honor of Halloween, let’s take a look at the 6(66) most frightening local records.
It’s not a question that Hassan Hamilton ever wanted to pose, but he does so anyway. Again and again.
That the Smashing Pumpkins frontman would tackle maybe the most iconic hard rock song of all time two hours into an alt-rock spectacle for the ages tells you all you need to know about both Billy Corgan and this show.
Queen + Adam Lambert kicked off its 10-show “Crown Jewels” residency at the Park Theater at Park MGM on Saturday with a two-hour, 22-song performance.
Disenchanted with the music industry, Ekoh found the answer was to become the industry.
Dressed in black and blue, he came to bruise.
S hortly before 2 a.m. Monday, the Scandinavian fellow in corpse paint posed a question.
The mayor of Psycho Las Vegas is on the line, chatting about Sir Francis Drake, the British Royal Navy and 16th-century buccaneers.
They thought maybe it was their “La La Land” moment.
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No one would have blamed him if he never came back.
The turning point was all the strangers shedding tears in the backseat.
No “Closer,” no deal.
The traffic lights continued to work at the corner of Third Street and Bridger Avenue, though they did little to alleviate the gridlock of bodies.
“Rock and roll ain’t dead!” John Gist says, his voice rising like booster rockets at blastoff, propelling his words to the rafters of the Hard Rock Hotel’s Center Bar.