Isbell plays the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay on March 16.
Sunday’s de-facto headliner delivered a blissful wall of guitar noise that relented only when the foursome departed for its next gig.
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 17 at noon Vegas time.
Seeing Le Butcherettes live is a true experience, one bandleader Teri Gender Bender treats with extreme seriousness.
Temples were a standout choice for a Neon Reverb headliner, as the quartet seems poised for a breakthrough.
The show was to feature 11 acts—each wholly or partially comprised of female musicians—playing to an all-ages crowd at Arts District warehouse Inside Style.
The Drums bring their audience pure happiness every time they take the stage.
Also: Shonen Knife, Phantogram, Rancid and Prince’s former band, The Revolution.
Soul Sessions takes place the Sunday after First Friday and focuses artists who do more than play music.
Some people celebrate turning 50 by throwing a giant party or taking a lavish vacation. Not the founder of the Magnetic Fields.
"This is the best Vegas crowd I have ever been in front of,” he said about halfway through the show.
The one-time R&B bad boy—performing at the Silverton March 3—wants to share his story and his hot sauce with you.
Also: Bryan Ferry, Goo Goo Dolls, Face to Face and Caveman.
"They keep building them, and we keep selling them out."
From blues to alt-country, the roots-music genre will have a rare strong showing on local stages.