After a successful U.S. and Canadian tour this past summer, which was spring-boarded by an appearance on “American Idol,” the the ultimate Queen tribute band will return with a 2013 tour kicking off this January.
2013′s shaping up to be a big year for Fleetwood Mac. The band has plans to release expanded and deluxe versions of their iconic 1977 album “Rumours,” including unreleased session recordings and live performances in celebration of their 35th anniversary.
Mary J. Blige and Gary Clark Jr. will lend the Stones a hand at their Brooklyn show.
The band has come right out and told fans who they can expect to see turn up at tonight’s (November 29) show at London’s O2 Arena: Eric Clapton and Florence Welch of pop-rockers Florence and the Machine, once again portraying a combo of the new and old-school.
Much to the delight of their fans, Bon Jovi finally announced U.S. tour dates for 2013′s “Because We Can” Tour!
So will The Rolling Stones continue their tour past their planned five scheduled shows? Evidence for both sides is pretty strong…
The content of the documentary will be provided by you, the fans, so bust out your best stories about The Boss.
A noticeable omission from the very brief two-stop/four-show Rolling Stones tour was a performance in New York – until now.
The biggest story coming out of The Who’s tour kickoff was guitarist Pete Townshend leaving early.
Bon Jovi has a busy 2013 in store for their fans. The band announced via their website that they will hit the road for an extensive world tour covering North America, Europe, the Far East, Africa, Latin America and Australia. “Because We Can – The Tour” will begin in February in Canada, beginning on February 13th in Montreal.