Las Vegas singer Elisa Fiorillo, protege and longtime confidant of Prince, is featured on the unearthed album “Welcome 2 America.”
Terry Bradshaw says of his revived stage show at Luxor, “It’ll be an immaculate reception of entertainment.”
From July 31, 1969, to Dec. 12, 1976, Elvis Presley sold out more than 600 shows at the Las Vegas International Hotel.
Kelly Clinton-Holmes survived a long bout with COVID to return to residency at the Commercial Center.
50 Cent swept into Delilah and swept through a four-song medley before a packed house.
Maz Jobrani says of those attempting to leave Afghanistan, “These are people who have helped America, and need our help now.”
The Killers Mr. Brightside is Spotify’s leading road-trip song across the country. In Nevada, it’s Backstreet Boys’ “I Want it That Way.”
“Shang-Chi” and “Crazy Rich Asians” star Awkwafina doesn’t mind playing crazy or rich on screen. Action heroine is another matter.
Drake’s new album, “Certified Lover Boy,” is due out Friday. Wednesday, his fans got free shirts.
Comedienne Mo’Nique talks to John Katsilometes about Moms Mabley, George Wallace, and showbiz equity.
Dennis Rodman spent two days during the 1998 NBA Finals in Las Vegas. Predictably, it was a party.
MGM Resorts International is tapping into Lady Gaga’s high ticket demand with “Back in the Haus,” five VIP offers that pairs suites with premium show tickets.
Tupac Shakur’s swinging hard in the final footage captured of him alive. It’s Sept. 7, 1996. Security cameras see Shakur departing the MGM Grand in an adrenalized, get-the-hell-out-my-way strut. And that’s the last we ever see of him alive.
Axl Rose didn’t say much, but headed up a three-hour Guns N’ Roses show at Allegiant Stadium on Friday.