Ronnie Wood’s third wife might be two years younger than his first child, but that hasn’t stopped the 68-year-old Rolling Stones guitarist from expanding his brood.
Las Vegas natives The Killers will be the first band to take the stage at the new $375 million arena owned by MGM Resorts and AEG Live on April 6.
California hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar led the Grammy nominations on Monday, scoring 11 nods including album of the year for “To Pimp a Butterfly.”
There is not yet an Adele tour scheduled for the U.S., but the states will get her soon, for one night only.
Scott Weiland, whose promising career as the lead singer of the Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver was overshadowed by his never-ending battle with drug addiction, has died.
Twenty years ago, the Matchbox Twenty frontman was maligned for not really fitting the rock star stereotype when his band was topping the charts, and so really he’s just keeping true to form now.
British rock band Coldplay will play the halftime show at the 2016 Super Bowl, according to media reports on Thursday.
Of all the country-flavored headliners booked for the National Finals Rodeo, Rodney Carrington is the only one who covers both weekends in his shows at the MGM Grand; this year’s stretch began Thursday and runs through Dec. 12.
Garth Brooks did something different in Las Vegas for four years. And when he comes back in July, he promises to do something different again.
“Vinyl Record Revenues Have Surpassed Free Streaming Services Like Spotify.” That was the headline of a recent piece by Money.com, touting the triumphant return of vinyl records.