Celine Dion has found new favorite creative outlet: Riding shotgun around Las Vegas while singing to her own songs.
We have two shows, one a proven commodity and another new to Las Vegas, that cut to the chase. “Legends In Concert” and “The Greatest Piano Men.”
Before Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina churned out “Your Mama Don’t Dance,” the 71-year-old Loggins remembers nearly being tugged away from rock ‘n’ roll.
Anita Baker has lined up a five-show run at former “Phantom — Las Vegas Spectacular” theater from May 31, June 1, 5, 7 and 8.
Cirque shows will no longer employ a single head of department for each show. Instead, multiple shows will be under the direction of one department head.
The back-to-back shows mark Richie’s first headlining performances at the Wynn and are slotted into his “Hello” tour.
Celine Dion’s reps have confirmed the scene will air on or around May 20, just about three weeks before Dion closes her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
For all of her entertainment achievements, Jennifer Lopez has never headlined her own U.S. tour. That changes today with the announcements of shows on her “It’s My Party” tour.
If the title “Once Upon a One More Time” brings to mind the music of Britney Spears, it should.