After two years as Stoney's Rockin' Country at Town Square, the 20,000-square-foot nightclub is sticking to its roots, but with the new name of Las Vegas Bull Cowboy Town. The switcheroo took place during the National Finals Rodeo festivities.
With the new name and branding, comes little change to the space which is still offering line dancing and bikini-clad girls riding a mechanical bull. The original club was created by owner Stoney Gray who described the concept as "Old West meets Hard Rock." Gray was also behind the shuttered North Forty Saloon & Barbecue in Centennial.
The name might sound familiar to local country fans who listen to radio station 95.5 The Bull, described as the Las Vegas home of of "new country music." There appears no immediate connection between the station and the nightclub.