It was a start that might have made others stop.
Queen Bey dedicated her performance with husband, Jay Z, to the Queen of Soul drawing a thunderous roar from Aretha Franklin’s hometown of Detroit.
Aretha Franklin is seriously ill, according to a person close to the singer.
John Di Domenico has told “The Art of the Deal” joke frequently in interviews and on national TV appearances.
Country group Rascal Flatts abruptly ended an Indiana concert because of what police call a “security issue” that is being investigated.
What unites Schumer’s three comedy specials is how she confronts contemporary standards of feminine beauty, the different expectations for women versus men regarding appearance, and all the body image issues that can result.
Joe Perry is well-known for his soaring solos. This has been true on and off the stage.
After releasing their first non-concept album last time out with 2015’s “The Color Before the Sun,” these hard-edged, punk-influenced prog rockers are back at it with “Vaxis — Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures,” due in October, which continues the band’s “Armory Wars” narrative.
Taking a break from his hit late-night show on Comedy Central, and on the heels of his new Netflix special, Australian comedian Jim Jefferies returns to The Mirage to perform stand-up Friday and Saturday.
Stevie Wonder guided us through his “Song Party” at the Park Theater on Wednesday night. As the crowd swayed and sang, I recalled partying with Stevie while watching “Sesame Street,” and listening to “Songs in the Key of Life” on vinyl, through headphones, loudly and poorly singing along to all the words.