The 11-track album compiles all of the Vegas band's previously released holiday singles, plus a new take on "I'll Be Home For Christmas."
He attempts to put his spin on every subgenre of R&B and soul, with mixed results.
The French duo has yet to transcend its early breakthrough.
The record feels most insightful when it speaks to the complexity of picking up the pieces.
Also, the melodies are catchier and the rhythms are tighter than they have been in a long time.
The Vegas post-hardcore outfit leads a bill at Layla's banquet hall December 2.
“Owner of a Lonely Heart” brought the crowd to its feet, but “Hold On” and “Changes” felt like real time-capsule gems.
Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman play the Pearl November 19.
"This is probably the last time this is gonna happen, so we want to make sure it’s a really good show."
From "Golden Blunders" to "Dream All Day," consider this your guide.
Tickets are on sale now for the heavy-rock fest's second Vegas edition, scheduled for August at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Ginuwine shares the stage at the Joint with Keith Sweat and Dru Hill on November 19.
New Kids on the Block team with Boyz II Men and Paula Abdul, and Ricky Martin leads a long list of Latin artists for Calibash ...
Filled to the brim with carefully chosen guest appearances, Tribe's first album in 18 years pulls old collaborators and new-generation artists.
It’ll probably never happen, but if Las Vegas concert halls continue their search for resident artists, allow us to nominate one Ms. Lauryn Hill.