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Corey Taylor, Junk Beer Kidnap Band, Paul Davis, Brenna Gray at Wasted Space

Stephanie Luby, Corey Taylor and Brenna Gray
Saturday night at Wasted Space, Corey Taylor (vocalist of American nu metal band Slipknot) performed his first-ever live solo acoustic performance (Photo credit: Hew Burney/Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas)

Junk Beer Kidnap Band at Wasted Space
Junk Beer Kidnap Band at Wasted Space

Photo credit: Hew Burney/Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas.

He covered songs including “Black” by Pearl Jam, “Fly Like an Eagle” by Steve Miller Band, “Give My Love to Rose” by Johnny Cash, and many more. Early into his performance he got a little choked up and said, “I have dreamed of doing something like this forever, you guys are amazing. I’m going to shake everyone’s hands before I leave tonight.” He continued to praise the crowd and they sang along with him throughout the night. At times, he was joined by Junk Beer Kidnap Band members for different songs.

Junk Beer Kidnap Band with Corey Taylor's mom
Junk Beer Kidnap Band with Corey Taylor's mom

Photo credit: Hew Burney/Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas.

Towards the end of the night Taylor dedicated a special song to Paul Gray, bassist for Slipknot who died earlier this year and whose wife, Brenna Gray, was in the crowd.

Corey Taylor Case dedication with Paul Davis
Corey Taylor Case dedication with Paul Davis

Photo credit: Hew Burney/Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas.

Prior to the performance, Paul Davis unveiled the Hard Rock’s newest artist memorabilia during a case dedication to Corey Taylor. The case is located near The Joint by Rogue.

Corey Taylor case dedication
Corey Taylor case dedication

Photo credit: Hew Burney/Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas.

Over at Vanity, the recently single Jenny McCarthy was partying with friends. She was wearing a short black dress and drank Grey Goose and cranberry all night. Around 2 a.m. she made her way to the DJ booth and requested “Fire Burning” by Sean Kingston. She was particularly fond of one of her male companions whom she was dancing with until 4 a.m.