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Did the Fab Four see anything besides the Sahara and the Las Vegas Convention Center?
For some, it might be the biggest, coolest single event ever to happen in Las Vegas.
There's lots of musical goodness flowing our way.
With production from Alex Rose of Minus the Bear, the EP showcases the group's robust indie-folk.
Disclosure, Chromeo, Flume and Cut Copy round out a jam-heavy concert calendar.
Ironically, there was more actual dancing happening for this live band than what typically happens at the Strip megaclubs during a DJ performance.
Chromeo was only a “Brick House” cover away from becoming a wedding band.
The Swedish pop star kicks off the LA-import venue's first holiday weekend in Vegas.
“Know how I know this a good party?” asked Guy Lawrence, one half of the twosome. “Bits of the ceiling keep falling on me!”
"We really want to build a very supportive community like no one has seen in Vegas before.”
It's not instantly accessible, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
He's a bit fuzzy about his last Vegas show, but it had something to do with Elton John ...
The musician discusses being a band in the digital age, the outfit's unintelligible Twitter account and more.
Missed opportunities, a surprise blackout and a satisfying new album.
Also: 'America's Got Talent' at Planet Hollywood and a Godsmack-led hard-rock bill at the Joint.