Country superstar Reba McEntire and her husband and manager Narvel Blackstock have announced that they are separating after 26 years of marriage. The two said in a joint statement Monday that they had been separated for the past several months.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler celebrated the success of his raucous, sold-out Saturday night concert at MGM Grand Garden Arena by, well, relaxing at the just as raucous and raunchy “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace on Sunday night.
Six years after the brand’s debut on the Las Vegas Strip, Sugar Factory now has locations in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and Bahrain. When Sugar Factory had an outlet at Paris Las Vegas, the venue played host to celebrities galore and their Couture Pops.
The Kats Report this week focuses on “Million Dollar Quartet,” the musical at Harrah’s that is celebrating its 1,000th performance Tuesday night. We met the cast in January 2013 during their first full rehearsal.
Longtime heavy metal rockers Queensryche will rock Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on Saturday, Aug. 29, and will be performing with opening act classic metal band Dokken. Local pre-sale tickets go on sale Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Danzig gave a proper burial to their North American tour Friday night at Brooklyn Bowl in the Linq Promenade. Their 14-show trek served as a precursor to their new covers album, “Skeletons,” which is set to be released this year.
My Las Vegas-based company Beauty Kitchen by Heather Marianna delivers an organic and encompassing at-home spa experience for the modern-day glamour girl, and I’m always looking at ways to offer my customers the latest and greatest products.
When it comes to the a cappella experience, I have always had a unique viewpoint on its potential. In 2002, the a cappella experience was assigned to the stereotype of barbershop and doo-wop genres of vocally created music.
There were legs everywhere as the ladies posed while laying on Longbar and kicking their red high heels up in the air. They also were photographed outside on Fremont Street at The D Bar with Derek Stevens.
Crouched over a mic stand dressed in a top hat, floor-length sequin wrap, silver-studded black pants and fuchsia ruffled shirt, the center of attention was Steven Tyler, the flamboyant frontman of Aerosmith.
In the wake of entertainment and executive changes at Westgate Las Vegas, new headliner star Suzanne Somers has decided that her show, “Suzanne Sizzles,” will not continue. “The timing was off,” Somers said.
When you have music legends Aerosmith and Johnny Mathis appearing in the same city in the same weekend, you know it’s going to be a blockbuster experience. Two different music formats and longtime top-of-the-charts winners.
The shaggy-haired rocker who set up his amplifier in the posh hotel lobby looked a lot like Fred Armisen. And wasn't that Seth Meyers snapping his picture? It was indeed a bewigged Armisen getting in ...