Vegas music

There was nothing she wouldn’t and couldn’t learn: punk, funk, disco, jazz, the entire rock spectrum and even a bit of hip-hop.

R.I.P. Aly Prudence, omnipresent Vegas scene bassist

October 3rd, 2017

There was nothing she wouldn’t and couldn’t learn: punk, funk, disco, jazz, the entire rock spectrum and even a bit of hip-hop.

  • Music

    Sabriel, Rayner, Stocksmile’s tribute to Elliott Smith and more.

  • Music

    He’s set to release his first EP next month and still playing a weekly gig on Las Vegas Boulevard.

  • Music

    Sunday’s de-facto headliner delivered a blissful wall of guitar noise that relented only when the foursome departed for its next gig.

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    The Drums bring their audience pure happiness every time they take the stage.

  • Music

    Soul Sessions takes place the Sunday after First Friday and focuses artists who do more than play music.

  • Music

    The Vegas trio has won the ears of local scenesters and show promoters.

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    "Outreach of a compassionate, empathetic and loving lifestyle is the sole reason we exist."

  • Music

    The local bands and artists will get you going in the new year.

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    From alt-rock to metalcore, surf-punk to solo-acoustic.

  • Music

    The two ex-locals will team up for a Smith Center production on December 9.

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    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."

  • Music

    New music from Hassan, Harvey Listen, Hot Spots and Megabolts.

  • A&E

    Elton had to cancel his spring shows at Caesars due to illness, and he couldn't be happier to be back in town.

  • FeaturedVegas Mass Shooting

    We weren’t ready on September 11, 2001. But we’re a different breed now; we have survived economic ruin and learned to look to our neighbors ...

  • Dining News

    "I’d like to have something that’s more grab-and-go, a little more casual, where families can take their kids and they don’t have to spend a ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentMirageCirque du Soleil

    The new Magical Technical Tour gets you up close with the sights and sounds of the beloved Cirque du Soleil production. ...

  • Dining News

    The legendary restaurant's operators plan to reopen the original location, too.

  • FeaturedVegas Mass Shooting

    “After this event, I don’t think there’s an office or firefighter that just shakes hands. We hug now.”

  • Chef Talk

    The innovative chef talks about relocating Spago from the Forum Shops at Caesars to Bellagio in early 2018.

  • FeaturedVegas Mass Shooting

    The livelihood of Las Vegas has been wounded before, and it might be again, but the idea of Vegas is forever.

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    The LVCVA’s Rossi Ralenkotter, County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani and many more weigh in.

  • Music

    Uli Geissendoerfer wants it to serve as a go-to hub shining a spotlight on the recent surge of local jazz talent.

  • FeaturedVegas Mass Shooting

    “This could’ve been any one of us. We all go to concerts.”

  • Intersection

    Chef Mike Minor is back at Border Grill and his regulars are happy about the homecoming.

  • Music

    After Janet Jackson’s October 14 concert at Mandalay Bay, she's a primary candidate for her own casino-based show.

  • Industry Weekly

    The pop icon plays Mandalay Bay Events Center October 14.

  • Music

    It aims to promote the great American art form through education, live performance and advocacy.

  • FeaturedVegas Mass Shooting

    “Consider that a hug from your grandma,” she said as she wrapped her arms around me.

  • Dining

    They’re doing what they always do: take care of people.

  • A&E

    Cockroach, LVLT, Majestic Repertory and more.

  • Industry Weekly

    The new facility offers classes in contortion, hand-balancing, pilates and yoga.

  • Intersection

    Great things are happening here daily, in galleries like Random Alchemy.