Memo, Robin Thicke to Jeff Beacher: “Can you please keep Miley distracted until Monday morning?”
Sure it would be great to close out Bruno Mars’ big year with him. But if you don’t get in, at least you don’t have to worry about his shelf life running out at midnight Tuesday.
You may call her Brit, Britters, Brit-Brit or, as her new album title suggests, Britney Jean. By whatever name, the pop superstar says the Britney Spears we see onstage is “a character” that has to be maintained and sustained.
It wasn’t enough for Beyonce to drop one of the biggest albums of the year right in the middle of the holiday season. Now, she’s made a young fan’s wish come true in a much bigger way.
At a silver metal table in a corner, one-half of Vegas indie rock Black Camaro is discussing their annual, ever-evolving New Year’s Eve variety show at Backstage Bar & Billiards, along with stage manager Lazer Lavin and show host Ryan Pardey.
A news reporter for a San Francisco television station has reunited rock guitarist Carolos Santana with a former bandmate he hadn’t seen in decades and who now lives on the streets of Oakland.
This will come as a shock to you 20-somethings who are familiar only with DJs like Calvin Harris, but there are these other things in the world known as “bands,” composed of several musicians who play something called “live music.”
The Chelsea, the eye-popping new venue at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, was designed to account for, even facilitate, social interaction without ruining the night for those who just want to watch the show.
Preview Las Vegas 10 Tenors 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday Suncoast, 9090 Alta Drive $17.50-$44 (702-636-7075)