Billy Johnson is filing a civil suit against Seth Grabel, who allegedly assaulted Johnson after a show by The Amazing Johnathan in January 2010.
Imagine Dragons make their first appearance on “Saturday Night Live” tonight, and bassist Ben McKee is eager to perform on the same stage where Sean Connery (played famously by Darrel Hammond) chided Alex Trebek (in one of Will Ferrell’s great roles on the show).
Britney Spears is a pop-culture icon who has a high volume of hits and multitudes of loyal fans, but does that mean she puts on a great show at Planet Hollywood? You decide.
Given five weeks to find a new home for the Las Vegas Wranglers, President Billy Johnson plans to issue a memorandum of understanding to the ECHL on Wednesday.
The night begins with Skye Dee Miles and her new Tropicana Nights show at Tropicana Lounge. It is important to note that Miles kicks off this coincidentally aligned weekend of entertainment on the Strip because she unleashes a consistently entertaining show.
Pia Zadora rocks out with ‘MDQ’; Patrick Duffy hangs at State of the Union; Floyd Mayweather Jr. seeking $10.4 million taker?
Pia Zadora knows how to rock it out, and she’ll get a shot with the cast of “Million Dollar Quartet” next Tuesday night at Harrah’s.
Elvis Costello & The Roots are the first in an impressive list of acts set to open the 2,000-seat music venue at Brooklyn Bowl at the Linq. The 80,000-square-foot bowling and live-music venue wonderland is throwing a heavyweight opening party March 15-16.
Florence Henderson joked about Viagra, dusted off a joke about George Burns and sang a cappella at Saturday’s NBT fundraising gala at Aria.
A little more than a month after it seemed the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo was leaving Las Vegas for the backyard of Disney World or even Dallas, it was formally announced that the rodeo would remain in Las Vegas through 2024.
Nevada Ballet Theater’s 2014 Woman of the Year has taken many voyages on “The Love Boat,” played at every famous Strip hotel and even worked with Shecky Greene.
High Roller passengers to be tied in knots; Carlos Santana snares Las Vegas great; Cheaza fails to tackle Richard Sherman
Jon Gray of the Linq has taken dozens of wedding reservations for the High Roller already, and the attraction is several weeks away from opening.
Guitar great and world-renowned artist Carlos Santana is rejuvenated by his reunion with Marcus “The Magnificent” Malone, new dates at House of Blues in Mandalay Bay and a pair of new albums, including “Santana IV,” planned for this year.
Brian “Paco” Alvarez took over as chairman of the Liberace Foundation in 2011 but resigned abruptly today after three years of service when a no-confidence vote was taken among his fellow board members.
Left without a home in December, the Las Vegas Wranglers are likely staying in Las Vegas for the 2014-’15 season.
Jeff Ray played multiple roles as a musician in “Jersey Boys.” He died, tragically and inexplicably, after being struck by a train Saturday afternoon in Washington state.