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Lil Debbie, a '90s punk tribute night and the experimental pop-rock of The Lentils.
Less than a year into its second life, the Bunkhouse Saloon is dead again.
Come for the baby animal pics, stay for the deals.
It's his most outrageous, Vegas release yet.
The quintet of friends are no strangers to covering songs.
“Truckin’” gets a huge response, though not as loud as when Bob Weir sings the song’s iconic line: “What a long, strange trip it’s been!”
The Smashing Pumpkins & Marilyn Manson play the Joint on July 10.
The album's immaculate pacing is a by-product of the band’s penchant for cinematic gravitas.
Little Boots mixes cheeky, clever lyrics with danceable beats and memorable hooks.
The album's pairing with Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real produce what might be Young’s finest work since 2012.
The UFC knows how to throw a party.
As Electric Daisy Carnival's final sets ended in June, so did its five-year contract with the Las Vegas Motor Speedway (no word on whether an ...
The casino-level sports lounge became an unlikely Strip hang for live indie music.
Celebrate the holiday with this sonic backdrop.
When Miguel opened for Drake at MGM Grand in November, he did it in rock-star mode. Now, he continues in that direction.