Brett Eldredge made fast friends in Las Vegas when he worked “Absinthe” performers into his rendition of “Something I’m Good At” for the April 2 Academy of Country Music Awards broadcast from T-Mobile Arena.
Hey, wanna hear Buckcherry’s “Crazy (Nice Young Lady)” outside a strip club for a change? No? Well, too damn bad, ’cause your ’90s-rock-guy credentials will most certainly be revoked if you miss this one.
The rising, female-fronted band out of Savannah, Georgia, has delivered one of the first great hard-rock records of 2017 with its recently released “Wick.”
Steve Smith rejoins classic rockers for Hall of Fame induction and Hard Rock hotel residency that will include two hit albums in full.
An old sketch up for auction May 20 at the Hard Rock Cafe in Manhattan is a crude, ink-on-paper drawing of the iconic “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club” album cover. The artist is almost surely John Lennon. The significance is another story.
Nathan Tanouye and Las Vegas headliner Clint Holmes collaborate for Sunday’s world premiere of the “Las Vegas Suite.”
Bernie Williams played a jazzy version of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” and joined Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns for a run through “Wishing Well.”
Beyonce is marking the anniversary of her album “Lemonade” by announcing scholarships for women to attend selected colleges.
Retro-hepcat Vegas meets hard-punching jazz chops in the classic rockers’ nine-show run at The Venetian.
The Big Friendly Corporation wrangle with the loss of a loved one on their stunning new double album.