Hard Rock To Wynn: Bring It On
If the hotness of your bands has anything to do with the hotness of your women, or your casino, Wynn may be in trouble.
Steve Wynn's gala weekend opening of his $2.5 billion resort won't be the only party in town at the end of April.
Hard Rock chief Peter Morton seems to be sending a message: He's lined up white-hot British band Coldplay Paltrow, Nine Inch Nails and Bon Jovi for the big weekend.
A published report in Sunday's Page Six gossip column of the New York Post said the Eagles will open Wynn's new hotel. But the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that it's not a done deal. There's a delicate issue involving the Eagles' $1 million fee, music industry sources say.
Sounds like Morton's going to have the better show.
Ha. The Eagles? Come on Wynn, you can do better than a bunch of washed up national birds.