MUSIC: Winchester hosts plenty of pianists: Six pianists, 60 fingers, 88 keys. That’s the formula for “60 in the 88s,” a Saturday concert presented at the Winchester Cultural Center, in conjunction with the Las Vegas Jazz Society.
Ringo Starr was part of the historic Beatles for eight years. But Ringo Starr’s All-Starr Band has periodically visited Las Vegas — with different All Starrs — since 1989.
Open with Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” Overture. Close two hours later with John Philip Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever” (a Boston Pops tradition). Fill the time in between with such offerings as the Largo from Dvorak’s “New World Symphony,” Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” Abba’s “Dancing Queen,” Harold Arlen’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and others equally as diverse.
Two decades ago, Trent Reznor sang of being a 26-year-old on his way to hell, and he sounded as if he was taking the commuter lane, the express route, self-immolating with an anger as fiery hot as the flames of his stated destination.
The Latin Grammys returns to the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Thursday for its fifth consecutive year and sixth overall. Tickets to the 5 p.m. live event were expected to be sold out.
Their motto: “Defend pop punk.”
Justin Pierre describes himself as a walking hand grenade. And so it’s only a matter of time before the Motion City Soundtrack frontman’s pin gets pulled.
Pop tart Miley Cyrus comes to the MGM Grand Garden arena on March 1. Tickets are $60.50 and $90.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.
In Nine Inch Nails’ self-flagelating songs, Trent Reznor lays bares his handle-with-care feelings to such an extent that even their titles can’t fig-leaf all the naked emoting.