Jason Bracelin once went on tour with Kid Rock so you don’t have to. Prior to first being named the R-J’s music writer in 2006, Bracelin was the music editor for the Cleveland Scene alt-weekly. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois. A Decatur, Ill. native, Bracelin has lived in Las Vegas since 2006.
It’s a father-daughter moment embedded in a song of the times, one intended to be as resonant as the tornado-siren-powerful voice that delivers it.
Vegas’ first punk rock residency, which launched at the end of May at The Pearl at the Palms, has shows continuing this month and in October and November.
With their new album due later this month, Nine Inch Nails will probably air new material livefor the first time here in what will be their only U.S. shows of the summer.
They used to practice in the tail end of a trailer home, the two Jims: McLaughlin on guitar, Osterberg on drums.
Frying-eggs-on-sidewalks season is almost here.
The Grammy Award-winning Las Vegas rockers will play before the Knights take on the Capitals.
His stage name is Fat Mike, and he’s sparked an equally sizable controversy.
When the glasses came off, it was on.
Somehow, the crowd-surfer managed to clamber his way on stage, not an uncommon sight at a punk show, but a rarity at Punk Rock Bowling.
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