Acclaimed rock band Night Ranger to perform national anthem at Kobalt 400 The ultimate rock show, Raiding the Rock Vault, will also provide pre-race entertainment LAS VEGAS – Multiple platinum-selling rock band Night Ranger will perform the national anthem at Las Vegas Motor Speedway prior to the Kobalt 400 on Sunday, March 12. Best known

RAIDING THE ROCK VAULT has announced that bassist Hugh McDonald has joined its official lineup at LVH – LAS VEGAS HOTEL & CASINO. The esteemed musician, best known for his longtime work with Bon Jovi, has also performed throughout his career with music icons including Alice Cooper, Ringo Starr, and more. Before joining Bon Jovi,

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Guitarist Howard Leese Discusses ‘Raiding the Rock Vault,’ Heart and Bad Company It’s been a busy year for former Heart guitarist Howard Leese. The man who played alongside sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson for more than 20 years has spent much of 2013 performing in the Las Vegas musical Raiding The Rock Vault. In addition, Leese

By John Katsilometes Wednesday, May 15, 2013 | 6 p.m. It was the great rock historians Spinal Tap who said, “There is a fine line between clever and, uh … stupid.” “Raiding the Rock Vault” is on the clever side of that lever, keeping its sense of humor while rocking very hard nightly at LVH.

Back in March 2013, reporter John Latsilometes from the Las Vegas Sun came down to the show to see what all the fuss was about. This is what he said: Up onstage where Elvis once performed are John Payne and Robin McAuley, and they are howling some classic rock ’n’ roll. The selection at the

Click here to read the original review at By MIKE WEATHERFORD LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Less talk, more rock. That’s one thing we all should be able to agree on in “Raiding the Rock Vault,” a classic rock revue that gives us a great drinking topic. If you were preserving the best of rock history

“It’s so funny,” says John Payne. “All these guys, because we play in original bands, none of us have ever played covers before.” But they’re learning “Stairway to Heaven” now. Payne is at the helm of “Raiding the Rock Vault,” a production show featuring veteran rock pros that will play five nights a week at

It’s been a while since we last interviewed Tracii Guns and the cool thing is a lot of good things have happened for him since then.  He has mostly hung up the L.A. Guns moniker, enabling him to work on scoring movies and spending time with his family including his son Jagger.  He seems way