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The pop music superstar will offer two distinctly different shows.

Lady Gaga launches exclusive Las Vegas residency

August 7th, 2018

The pop music superstar will offer two distinctly different shows.

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    The Park Theater resident explained that songs were inspired by prolific pop producers Babyface, Teddy Riley and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.

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    “Red Sun,” a highlight of the Buckingham/McVie album, sounded nearly as satisfying as one of the Fleetwood Mac classics.

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    Also: Ruff Ryders, Metal Alliance Tour and Viva Ras Vegas weekender.

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    Also: Marc Anthony, Ty Segall and what may be Kenny Rogers’ final Las Vegas show.

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    The Oscar-winning film composer talks stage fright and the "BRUMMMMM" sound from "Inception."

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    Also: Father John Misty, Melissa Etheridge and … two different editions of Yes.

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    The biggest response came during the second half of the show’s barrage of Spanish language songs, most notably the reggaeton-charged “Vente Pa’ Ca.”

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