Million Dollar Quartet

The 59th anniversary of a million-dollar day

The 59th anniversary of a million-dollar day

What happens when an impromptu jam session between Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash breaks out on an unexpected evening in December? History. You get positively iconic, musical history. Tomorrow marks the 59th anniversary of the night that these four music moguls of the ’50s all happened…
Top 10 Vegas shows

Top 10 Vegas shows

Las Vegas, also known as The Entertainment Capital of the World, is home to dozens of incredible shows with something for just about everyone. While the endless selection is great for us locals, for those of you who are only in town for a few days it can be difficult…
More than just your typical song and dance

More than just your typical song and dance

Nothing screams “Vegas show” more than a good old-fashioned Sin City production. With the glitz and glamour of jeweled costumes, live orchestras and casts that just ooze talent from every pore (yeah, we’re jealous), no other place in the world does Vegas quite like we do…obviously. With world-class performers, live…

Strip headliners joining forces in the name of charity

Charities often struggle with raising money and can fall victim to the old adage, you need money to make money. Some Las Vegas charities decide to host events to raise money, but if the entertainment is sparse to non-existent, selling tickets to people other than ardent supporters can be tricky…

Tried and true: Las Vegas’ love affair with live music

Las Vegas has loved live music from the beginning. The El Rancho, Vegas’ first resort-style casino (It opened in 1941.) was owned and operated by Thomas E. Hull.  Hull, a former member of the Paul Whiteman Orchestra, designed the El Rancho to include the “Opera House” — the resort’s showroom. The…