The true magic came early in the second set, during the jamming portion of TV on the Radio cover “Golden Age."
A look at five of Phish’s most famous Vegas gigs.
"This is a massive stage, a massive show, the way rock music was meant to be played.”
The band plays the House of Blues on October 27.
You don’t see legacy acts radically differentiating their tours much, but The Pet Shop Boys are an exception.
After this show, we shouldn’t be surprised if the foursome tours well into their 90s.
Gaga still lurches from one genre to another, sometimes within the same song.
Her voice sounded strong, but she’s still finding her footing as a live performer, figuring out the balance between the music and the conceptual set ...
"I started in Vegas. That was my first gig after I left Sonny." And it looks like Vegas may host her last gig, too.
Ghost? Literally led by an evil pope.
"We're in this sort of funkier zone, if you will. Which I won’t. That’s probably the first time I’ve said the word funky in an ...
Each time he visits Las Vegas, the venues get larger and the crowds get rowdier.
It might sound odd to call Prophets of Rage a politically conscious nostalgia act, but that’s essentially what the group is.
The Chelsea is no Royal Albert Hall, but it was an ideal Strip location for Dylan to celebrate his Nobel Prize for Literature.
Wild Nothing plays with Dark Black and Party Talk at the Bunkhouse on October 19.