The Bank’s Piventerest

Jeremy Piven has a drum kit and a dream—a dream to play cover songs in a nightclub with the guy who plays guitar with Miley Cyrus, and the guy who’s the touring rhythm guitarist for the Offspring.

Call it a dream realized. Piven, who apparently has tons of free time now that Entourage is wrapped, brought his band, Bad Decisions (featuring Jaco Caraco, the former; and Todd Morse, the latter), to The Bank on March 3, where they played a seven-song set that included the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” and Tom Petty’s “Mary Jane’s Last Dance.” Maybe next time he won’t be so quick to pass on Runaway Jury 2: Curly’s Revenge.

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Foremost among the people the Las Vegas LGBT community has to thank for the proliferation of gay parties on the Strip is Eduardo Cordova. But before his great Las Vegas adventure began, the self-professed “nerd at heart” graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in engineering management. The passionate promoter has diligently worked his way up from his start at an up-and-coming liquor company to launch Localites Media and later created the first LGBT events in the Strip’s mainstream clubs.