Travelin’ Man

One minute Chris Stapleton was waiting in the wings, patiently holding on for his own musical life to start, as he watched artist after artist record his songs. He was content that More»

Back in the Saddle

Mickey Gilley is somewhat like that bunny that never runs out of juice or the watch that takes a licking and keeps on ticking. While the 81-year-old was recovering from a recent More»

Wild Wild West

Established before the turn of the twentieth century as a gold mining hub, Oatman, AZ has weathered the years to become a popular spot for tourists to step back in time to More»

Resident Rednecks

Chris Stapleton’s debut album Traveller got the ball rolling on the country artist’s explosive career, so it makes sense there should be a festival right down the street that pays homage to More»

St. Patrick’s Day Specials

Irish eyes are smiling on Laughlin and its many parties, celebrations and the flow of libations that are a nod of the flat cap to St. Patrick’s Day. Sure those first thoughts are of corned beef and cabbage and green beer, but here, it also calls for music and many a drinking song to go with all the flavors of Ireland.

Expressive Music

U2 is one of those bands that defies definition or explanation. During more than 40 years of history together, these Irish lads have accomplished more than many of their musical counterparts around the world put together. For one thing, they’re still together and still a musical force to be reckoned with.

Meet the Manager

Brad Rutledge took over as general manager of the Golden Nugget Laughlin on Feb. 16.
Previously, Rutledge worked for 14 years with MGM Resorts in Biloxi, Mississippi. His most recent position before coming to Laughlin was vice president of casino operations and player development at the Golden Nugget Biloxi. This will mark his 25th year in the gaming industry.

Old School Comedy

Comedy is back at the Edgewater’s Edge Lounge on a regular basis and that means a variety of comedians will be performing every weekend.
Doors open (6:30 p.m.), with the show starting (7 p.m.). Tickets are $15 plus tax. There is a $2 discount on Sunday shows for US veterans with ID. For tickets and information, see Casino Services, next to the promotions booth, or call 702-298-2453 or 800-677-4837, or go to
This weekend, Friday-Sunday, March 16-18, sees the return of headliner Billy Ray Bauer, with Chris Porter as the opening act.