What’s the difference between Garth Brooks and the Rolling Stones? Start your own office punch-line contest, but here’s one answer: Five shows and $665.
The influence of the Rat Pack on Las Vegas is obvious. With the Eagles, you have to look a little harder.
Would you rather be a rock star in the era of a mature city or a mature record industry? It wasn’t a choice for either the band Slaughter or Imagine Dragons.
Last week’s hullabaloo over George Strait playing at least four Las Vegas arena concerts next year got me wondering: Has any other superstar kept getting more and more popular over the years without doing one thing different?
Reba McEntire, reunited Brooks & Dunn determined to make ’90s country hits current in loud arena-style show.
Brooklyn Bowl founder upbeat about club’s first year, scoring his share of concert ‘gets’ and building fans for more eclectic bookings.
The logo for Santana’s Las Vegas shows promises “Greatest Hits Live” and doesn’t include an asterisk with fine print to say “Not necessarily his own.”
88-year-old icon and 28-year-old diva are the perfect Las Vegas pairing to ring in the new year.
Boyz II Men hope “Collide” will fight oldies-act perception, while other stars care less about tying new music to Vegas live shows.
The Prince salute “Purple Reign” is back in business at the D Las Vegas downtown. Jason Tenner’s take on His Funky Majesty has been rock solid for more than 15 years. But if you spent more of the ’80s listening to “The Joshua Tree,” there’s Arms of America, a U2 tribute playing through Aug. 18 at the Sin City Theatre in Planet Hollywood Resort.