The New Zealand-born artist whose legal name is Sam Wills wears tape over his mouth in his nonverbal mix of comedy and magic.
Kind Heaven will present live music of all genres on four stages, with Perry Farrell himself heading up the booking. Its walking tour will focus on Southeast Asia cuisine and culture.
You knew it was about to go down when the dude went barefoot.
Former rapper Craig Mack, best known for the platinum 1994 hit “Flava in Ya Ear” has died in South Carolina.
Upon hearing the news, the ever-zealous Vin A. couldn’t get back to sleep. He has fans to thank, a set list to compile. Oh, and rehearsals. Lots of rehearsal time for this one.
Tim McGraw, who was performing as part of the Country to Country festival in the U.K., had performed Friday night in London and Saturday night in Glasgow as part of C2C, a three-day, three-city country-music festival.
Roger Daltrey says of a return of The Who to the Strip: “We’ve got offers. If Pete wanted to do it, I would do it; let’s put it that way.”
The Moody Blues, who issued that masterpiece in 1967, are returning to Encore Theater for an engagement past their four-show spree in January.
Piff the Magic Dragon, the costumed comic-magician headliner at Flamingo Las Vegas, shaved the head of John Katsilometes during the St. Baldrick’s Foundation shave-a-thon at New York-New York’s Brooklyn Bridge.