“Don’t think I’m gonna live too long / Just as long as I can sing this song,” D.I. frontman Casey Royer announced on the band’s “Living in the U.S.A.” nearly three decades ago. Royer’s still here, and so is D.I. — barely, in both cases.
Piano man Billy Joel returns to the MGM Grand Garden arena on June 7. Tickets are $84.50, $149.50 and $199.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.
Relive all those Reagan-era Yuletide memories and more with the “ ’80s Xmas” bash featuring Dale Bozzio’s Missing Persons, Gene Loves Jezebel and Bow Wow Wow along with locals the Psyatics, Pet Tigers and Midnight Clover.
Two ballet troupes stage ‘Nutcracker’: If there’s never enough “Nutcracker” to satisfying your holiday ballet cravings, take heart — because two local troupes contribute their interpretations of the fanciful Tchaikovsky classic this weekend.
During the past 12 months, I have given you so much, namely, countless reasons to fire off angry emails after reading something I’ve written. And so now, it’s my turn to benefit from the graciousness of others.
Deana Martin’s happy to be bringing her Christmas show back to The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz for the second consecutive year.
Nirvana, Kiss and Peter Gabriel will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, along with Hall and Oates, Linda Ronstadt and Cat Stevens.
A Canadian teen sounds an awful lot like the King of Rock and Roll. But how’s the hair?
Finished the shopping? Break out the Bushmills, Jameson, Black Bush and Paddys and party along to “Christmas with The Celts.” (Haven’t started yet? Seems it could wait another day.)
The biggest rock band in the world this year is Vegas’ Imagine Dragons. On Friday, Billboard magazine named the group “Top Rock Artist of 2013.”