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Plus Late for Dinner and Phil A and Hassan kick off their tour and Black Camaro lands a mini-residency.
The annual all-day sports and music festival has evolved into Vegas’ biggest and best teen-friendly event since it debuted 15 years ago.
Between the visuals and the strength of her repertoire, Santigold took us on an absurd, thrilling ride.
ACM marked its return to Vegas by upgrading the event to a full-on three-day country festival that could easily stand on its own.
The aptly titled record turns hard left, further opening the group's sound and varying its time signatures while expanding its sonic palette.
The band’s 10th record is meant to reassure with a familiar, mid-’90s scruffiness.
His hot streak continues on a record overflowing with melodic, guitar-heavy songs bolstered by a locked-in rhythm section.
Calling it indie rock is using the term too loosely.
The group broke unwritten rules right away.
Canada’s No. 1 rabble-rouser continues to persevere.
The former American Idol contestant dishes on Queen, Vegas and his new record.
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A few more oldies would have put the night over the top, but it was still a righteous return to the stage.
Huff returns to play the Bunkhouse March 31.
Billy Idol. Forever.