J.T. The Brick and the woman who would be his wife, Julie, met at the Rolling Stones show at the Joint in 1998.
Station Casinos has the Fleetwood Mac singer to read messages in the company’s new marketing campaign.
Johnny Mathis, headlining at Reynolds Hall on Saturday, says, “Music does amazing things to people.”
A Las Vegas bakery is making the popular candy from the Netflix hit “Squid Game.”
Criss Angel has been selling well, and performed at Allegiant Stadium recently, before braking for COVID.
Former Las Vegan Steve Schirripa and ‘Sopranos’ co-star Michael Imperioli dish on the iconic series
Sammy Hagar wears out the stage and rocks until you drop in his new show at The Strat Showroom.
Sting owned this show, a completely confident and stylish Vegas headline production.
“An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Concert” brings a new type of production to the Strip.
Piff the Magic Dragon says of his extension at Flamingo, “I now hold the record for longest run of any magic-performing dragon with a magic Chihuahua.”
Sting opens his Colosseum residency Friday. But first, he was at “Absinthe,” as was Steve Buscemi.
The actor and comedian talks about personal comedy, social media, and visiting Vegas
“America’s Got Talent” judge Howie Mandel impressed Gene Simmons during an appearance on daytime TV. The rest is history.
Metallica and Billy Joel are not quite co-headlining in February at Allegiant Stadium. But they are coming in on consecutive nights to close the month.