English rock singer-songwriter Paul Rodgers to perform his bluesy and electric soulful rock at the Eastside Events Center inside Eastside Cannery Casino & Hotel at 5255 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at 8:30p.m.

Paul Rodgers Standing #1 PhotoThe solo artist, who also is well-known for his success in the 1970s as a vocalist for the bands Free and Bad Company, has had international success for decades and is one of music’s most distinctive vocalists. Paul Rodgers has written and recorded some of rock’s greatest hits, released 27 records and sold 125 million records.

Rodgers’ songs can be heard in the Oscar Award winning movie “American Beauty” as well as “Wayne’s World” and “Top Gun.” Other hits include No. 1 single “Hey, Hey,” No. 2 on the rock charts “Hammer of Love,” “Feel Like Making Love,” “Can’t Get Enough,” and “All Right Now.”

As a Grammy nominated solo artist, he has worked with Bryan Adams, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Roger Daltry and Alice Cooper, Jeff Beck, Charlie Watts, blues great Buddy Guy and more.

In 1999 Paul Rodgers won the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Los Angeles Music Awards Association.

Back by popular demand, the multi-platinum Wilson Phillips circle back to the Eastside Events Center inside Eastside Cannery Casino & Hotel at 5255 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, Nev. on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 8:30 p.m. WilsonPhillips

Sisters Carnie and Wendy Wilson are the daughters of The Beach Boys' genius Brian Wilson, and Chynna Phillips is the daughter of The Mamas and The Papas’ John and Michelle Phillips. Wilson Phillips sold more than 5 million copies of its debut album, which was propelled by its gold singles "Hold On" and "Release Me.” Both reached No. 1 and "Impulsive” reached no. 4. "You're In Love," returned the group to the top early in 1991.

In 2010, the trio reunited with original Wilson Phillips producer Glen Ballard for its first-ever holiday album, “Christmas In Harmony.” The album featured the single "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day," returning the group to success 20 years after its breakthrough album.

 The Bangles are back on tour after several years off the road, and for the first time in four years will be performing in Las Vegas at the Eastside Events Center inside Eastside Cannery Casino & Hotel at 5255 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, Nev. on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 8:30 p.m.

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With the band’s mixture of 1960s-influenced folk rock harmonies and jangle pop with a modern punk/garage band undertone, the Bangles had many hits, such as "Walk Like an Egyptian," "Manic Monday," "Hazy Shade of Winter," and the 1989 number-one single "Eternal Flame."

The band formed in 1980 in a Brentwood, California garage with guitarists Susanna Hoffs and Vicki Peterson and drummer Debbi Peterson. Their common love for rock’s golden age and the crystalline sound they naturally created when they blended their voices made them an instant success.

While much has changed in their lives and careers, one fundamental element remains unchanged, as Vicki fondly remembers, “we were a band, the three of us. And we still are.”