Carrie Underwood Kicks Off First Las Vegas Residency
Carrie Underwood premiered “Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency” at the brand-new Resorts World Theatre last night (Dec. 1). The evening marked the Grammy award-winning performer’s first residency.
Underwood was the first artist to break in the new venue’s stage, which is the largest and tallest in Las Vegas. Revisiting some of the highlights of her recording and touring career, “Reflection” celebrates her greatest hits from the last 15 years. The show also features her band, dancers, aerialists, a virtual orchestra, an array of costumes, and a water wall feature finale.
“It’s such a special honor to be the first artist to perform on this incredible stage in a brand new, beautiful, state-of-the-art theatre at such an exciting new destination as Resorts World Las Vegas,” Underwood shares. “I’m so proud of this show and so happy to finally get to share it with the amazing audiences here in Las Vegas.”
The show is directed by Barry Lather, with Creative Production & Show design by Nick Whitehouse & Fireplay, and Costume Design/Wardrobe Styling by Emma Trask.
For a full list of upcoming shows for the “ReflectionL The Last Vegas Residency,” click here.
Keith Urban Makes Surprise Visit To Nashville High School
12-time CMA Award winner Keith Urban recently met with students from Hillwood High School in Nashville’s Rock Band, Orchestra, Choir and Band programs. During his visit, Urban hosted a Q&A session that discussed songwriting, performing, and the music industry.
In addition to offering students tips and words of encouragement, Urban was also treated to a pair of student performances in preparation for their winter concerts–one from the school’s Rock Band and the other from its String Orchestra, which performed Urban’s hit “Wasted Time.”
“There is nothing more fulfilling than experiencing the incredible impact music has on a student’s life,” says Tiffany Kerns, Executive Director, CMA Foundation. “Whether they are performing music or talking about the transformative power of music, yesterday’s school visit reiterated that our priority in education is always our students’ ability to be successful, heard, and seen. Keith provided insight on his musical journey but more importantly, he shared a commonality with the students-music making is life changing and critical to our next generation.”
Kane Brown To Co-Host ‘A Home For The Holidays At The Grove’
Singer-songwriter Kane Brown will join fellow musical artists Justin Bieber, Alessia Cara, and Darren Criss to host CBS Presents the 23rd annual A Home For The Holidays At The Grove on Sunday, Dec. 5 at 8:30 p.m. on CBS.
Filmed at famed retail, dining and entertainment destination The Grove in Los Angeles, will share stories from several American families as well as special performances from musical artists.
For the last two decades, the award-winning special has shined a light on the thousands of American children in foster care and has inspired tens of thousands of adoptions. There are currently more than 400,000 children in foster care in the United States.
Brett Eldredge Brings “Glow Live” To Sold Out Ryman Crowds
Brett Eldredge played a pair of sold-out shows this past weekend (Nov. 26-27) as he brought his holiday “Glow Live” show to the historic Ryman auditorium. The Warner Music Nashville recording artist showcased performances from his recently released Mr. Christmas album, as well as his 2016 holiday album, Glow.
The Platinum-selling artist will bring his beloved “Glow Live” tour to Boston before heading to New York City later this month. The tour will come to a close in his home state of Illinois for two nights at The Chicago Theatre.
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