The recording “Layla” with Derek and the Dominoes is among the last times Allman played that guitar.
From Austin, Texas with a love of reverb comes psych rockers The Black Angels, whose climactic jams were as outsized as their home state.
Former Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan made a rare solo appearance in town at Psycho Las Vegas.
Clutch played Psycho Las Vegas for the first time this year in support of its latest album, “Book of Bad Decisions.”
The medical-text-book wielding Brits in Carcass helped pioneer the sound of modern melodic death metal.
Tim G. Warrior revisits Hellhammer via new outfit Triumph of Death, who made their American debut at Psycho Las Vegas.
The Canadian experimental music collective made a rare appearance at Psycho Las Vegas.
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center has hosted more than 500 music shows, and nearly 100 viewing parties.
These British psychedelic rock forebearers have been melting minds since 1967.
“I love seeing culture in Vegas come together,” says Dan Reynolds. “Vegas is my hometown … a really beautiful place.”
Def Leppard is a confident, capable and experienced band. For evidence, check out Phil Collen.