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• Tracy Morgan, Borgata
• Bachman & Turner, Resorts
• America, Borgata
• Sheena Easton, Atlantic Club
• Doobie Brothers, Caesars
• Tim Allen, Borgata
• Mario Cantone, Golden Nugget
• The Cast Of Impractical Jokers w/The Tenderloins, Borgata
• Theresa Caputo, Tropicana
• The Fat Pack: Ernie Bruno, Johnny Dell & Bobby Parrella, Resorts
• Counting Crows w/The Wallflowers, Borgata
• Borgata 10th Anniversary Concert with The Roots, Jill Scott, Slash, Aziz Ansari
• Gretchen Wilson, Tropicana
• Ne-Yo, House of Blues
• Lee Brice, Resorts
• Jackson Browne, Borgata
• Cyndi Lauper, Trump Taj Mahal
• Whitney Cummings, Borgata
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• Bay-Atlantic Symphony, Borgata
• Los Lobos, Borgata
• Kansas, Tropicana
• Kevin James, Borgata
• Jeff Dunham, Borgata
• Steely Dan, Revel
• TGT (Tank, Ginuwine, Tyrese, Showboat/House of Blues
• Lyle Lovett, Golden Nugget
• Bob Saget, Borgata
• Hank Williams Jr., Caesars
• BJ Thomas, Atlantic Club
• Don Rickles, Trump Taj Mahal
• Alice Cooper, Showboat/House of Blues
• Brian Wilson. Al Jardine, David Marks, Golden Nugget
• Jerry Seinfeld, Borgata
• Jim Jeffries, Borgata
• Wang Chung, Resorts
• Beyonce, Boardwalk Hall
• New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees, Boyz II Men, Trump Taj Mahal
• Jonas Brothers, Borgata
• Dark Star Orchestra, Showboat/House of Blues
• David Cassidy, Tropicana
• Bill Maher, Revel
• The Jacksons, Borgata
• SOJA, Showboat/House of Blues
• Ray Garvey Memorial Benefit, Borgata
• Donny & Marie Osmond, Caesars
• Donny & Marie Osmond, Caesars
• Flogging Molly, Borgata
• Frank Caliendo, Borgata
• Rodney Carrington, Trump Taj Mahal
• Rascal Flatts, Journey, Boardwalk Hall
The beach bars reopen Memorial Day weekend with, of course, Revel’s HQ Beach Bar and Margaritaville’s LandShark Bar & Grill taking center stage as the latest additions east of the Boardwalk.
To be certain, the international vocal group Il Divo was hardly the music world’s first “manufactured” ensemble. The movie studio Screen Gems created The Monkees in 1965. Of more recent vintage, now-imprisoned music producer Lou Pearlman organized the Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync in the mid-1990s.
“The four of us have never had a problem coming up with new ideas. We’re never sitting at ground zero when it comes to creativity. It all flowed.”
New ownership plans an ambitious, but brief bill of fare, characterized as “distinctly American. A place where a lot of different things happen.”
"I never set out to emulate Jerry Garcia. I set out, in the 1990s, to learn about music and how it was constructed, and I was playing in bands that played original music."
Even if Silverman does cross the line in an offensive way, she refuses to apologize. That was never more apparent more than a decade ago, when she came under fire for using a slang term for Asians on a late-night television show.
"A casino is just like a little slice of heaven to me. I hope heaven is a casino and I hope I have unlimited hours at the dollar video poker machine."
"The world has changed, but the art of stand-up is exactly the same. It’s so low tech. There’s nothing you can do that’s technological. You can’t speed it up, you can’t accelerate the process."
"I refuse to go to Wikipedia because I think that their information is all wrong. A friend went on there and the first three things about me were wrong. They got my age wrong, they got my birthday wrong, they got my marital status wrong."
“We must commit to continuing to create memories for future generations. I want this to be a smart, quick recovery, but a heartfelt one as well. I hope this is your mission too.”
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What you won’t hear are songs he performed when he was still known by his birth name, Michael Bolotin, and was fronting the hard rock band Blackjack and opening for the likes of Ozzy Osboune and Peter Frampton in the late 1970s.
"Calling ourselves beautiful is the best thing we can do for ourselves. There is something very empowering about seeing yourself as beautiful, to say that no matter what society dictates as beautiful or what we should strive for, I know I am beautiful and no one can take that from me."
"I recall experiencing the Smiths during its Queen Is Dead tour in 1985 at the Tower Theater and there were plenty of empty seats. Morrissey, performing with a faux hearing aid, was thrilled collecting endless gladiolas. He was a young, brilliant, original frontman. "
“It’s a perfect storm, so to speak, with reference to what’s available to the fans and also the players.”
" I’m the baseball that kind of like crashed through the window on the side of the house and fell into the living room."
Among A.C.’s future entertainment focal points will be the legendary Brits performing their rock opera ‘Quadrophenia’ at Boardwalk Hall in 2013.
In a perfect world, if the casinos had their way, the year would always end on a Friday or Saturday. It would never end on a Monday, as it does this year.
“What we’re seeing right now [in A.C.] is Revel and Borgata going head-to-head with these big-name house DJs. They have become celebrities who get anywhere from $20,000 upwards of $200,000 per night for a couple of hours, and most of the time they’ll sell out these arenas or nightclubs. ... They’re the new celebrities.”
“It’s a shame, really, because progressive rock ... has been a really integral part of [American music], and I don’t understand why they miss that in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.”
"While it is 75 percent Christmas songs, it has an Elvis Presley tribute and it has some Bobby Darin stuff in it and a tribute to Dean Martin. I also do a tribute for the survivors of Hurricane Sandy and a tribute to our veterans."
Joe Perry: “I would have been fine doing the project [without Tyler]. It would have been quite exciting, but we never got that far and we’re still Aerosmith, which is where I would rather be.”
When Lisa Marie Presley began writing music again after a seven-year layoff, she wasn’t sure where it would lead. ...
Hopefully the Atlantic City Marathon will one day serve as a microcosm for the city whose name it bears — an entity that fell on hard times only to reverse its fortunes and recover stronger than ever.
The Atlantic City region hosted Aretha Franklin, Nicki Hilton and Mike Trout, plus more!
Sixers revive Boardwalk Classic game from 1982 and 1983 with a match vs. the Brooklyn Nets Oct. 13 in Atlantic City at Boardwalk Hall.
“I was interviewed recently [in another market] and the reporter asked me where was my favorite place to play, and I immediately said Atlantic City,” Orlando says.
“We decided we were only going to have young people in the audience, young people on stage and young subject matter. Young people, by definition, are much wilder in their lives, much more open. And the show started to go crazy.”
The changing of the season always brings with it a sense of new beginnings and with the end of summer in particular, a sense of loss. Yes, technically summer continues through Sept. 21, but when you grow up on an island resort, as I have, summer is over when the lifeguards depart the beaches after Labor Day Weekend and the surfers take over the ocean.
One of the longest-running productions in the international cache of shows known as Cirque du Soleil — character-driven shows blending circus styles from around the world into a central theme or storyline — is making its first-ever appearance in Atlantic City through Sept. 2.
Atlantic City is staring down the barrel of Labor Day weekend after experiencing the single most diverse array of live entertainment ever presented here during one summer. Not just during the last 34 summers of the casino era, either, but throughout its entire gaudy, bawdy and, occasionally tawdry 160-year-old past.
“We’re like Rome when it was falling, but with Twitter.”
After more than 30 years, Duran Duran is having one of the best years of its career. Nick Rhodes talks about the group's next studio album and more.
Okay. You and your family came to see the fabulous Thunder Over the Boardwalk Atlantic City Air Show. Now as the show finishes, you are wondering, “What should we do next?
Country Superstars, a tribute show that is a popular attraction at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas, has hitched up its wagon and headed east for performances at the Nugget here in Atlantic City.
“Three times! I said it three times [during the segment]. I think [Seinfeld] was still in the sixth grade!”
Girls Night: The Musical provides a basic female bonding plot involving four female friends — and a fifth who is there in “spirit” only — letting down their hair and enjoying ’80s music, gossip and belting out female empowerment songs at a Karaoke bar.
“I was a long distance runner,” Hutz says. “I was a good runner ever since I was in the second grade. I was on a very serious team. There was talk of going to the Olympics, that serious. I was that good.”
Nik Wallenda admitted he was worried as he inched his way across the thin steel wire that spanned two countries.