Terry Fator, performing his first Christmas shows at Liberty Loft, says, “The laughter is just booming.”
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Bob Anderson has achieved the improbable, bringing his Sinatra revue to New York City. Now he wants Broadway.
Mark Shunock says he and Shania Twain are “practically related” after Twain’s performance at the Virgin Hotels.
“Wild Things: Siegfried Roy,” from Apple+, is due in January on Apple Podcasts.
Wayne Newton is coming back to the Strip for the first time since March 2020.
Katy Perry is going “experiential” with production and singing the hits in her “Play” show.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak says the Super Bowl “puts other major events to shame” as the event is announced for Vegas.
Gus Mancuso’s contemporaries remember him as one of the greatest musicians ever to play Las Vegas.
Shania Twain has added 16 shows, and the Doobie Brothers have announced eight, at Zappos Theater.
Mark Shunock can’t sit still, which is a good thing for Las Vegas charities as Mondays Dark marks No. 8.
Michael Bublé shot what is expected to be the cover of his upcoming album at Neon Museum.