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Frankie Moreno has topped the Billboard charts again in two categories this month, with his piano instrumental “Pianoforte.”
Troy Burgess left Cher’s 1989-90 world tour for a sitcom set in the 1970s, called “Have a Nice Day.” Burgess would play a stoner kid.
Daniel Emmet revisited a tense and triumphant time Sunday night in opening his “All That I Am” residency series at Caesars Palace.
Shania Twain has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, and is the top-selling female country solo artist ever.
Saturday night on Broadway was like the Fanilow Pop Festival.
The show will continue with ace keyboardist and Fator’s road sidekick Bill Zappia performing the backing music to tracks.
Def Leppard is a confident, capable and experienced band. For evidence, check out Phil Collen.
Human Nature opened a decade ago at Imperial Palace, and continues to churn out Motown hits.
Penn & Teller visited a haunted Las Vegas hotel on “Scooby-Doo and Guess Who” on the WB Kids network.
Sarah Jessica Parker will meet fans, and play customer service rep at Bellagio on Sunday and Monday.
“Atomic Saloon Show’s” Madame Boozy Skunkton says, “This is a brothel! It’s no place for romance!”
Edinburgh Castle is is not a place you would see a male dance revue.
Westgate GM Cami Christensen, who dates to the days of Quarks, led a soaring celebration.
Frank Marino is joining “Legends in Concert,” and the run will close the curtain for Marino’s Joan Rivers character.