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Big Sean Announces I Decided 2017 Tour

Great news, Rap fans!  Big Sean just announced a big new spring tour in support of his newest album, “I Decided.”  The 21 date tour will kick off in Houston, TX on March 17 and will wrap up April 20 in Miami Beach, FL.  Other stops on the tour include Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, NYC, Philly and Atlanta. ...

U2 Plans 30th Anniversary Tour of The Joshua Tree

Exciting tour announcement news!  In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of their epic album, “The Joshua Tree,” U2 announced they will be playing a series of special shows.  The tour will kick off on May 12 in Vancouver, BC and will wrap up July 1 in Cleveland, OH.  Afterwards they’ll head across the pond for a bunch of European shows. ...

Korean Boy Bands to Watch: BTS-Bangtan Boys and Got7

There are two Korean boy bands that are starting to make waves in the U.S. The first is the BTS, a.k.a. Bangtan Boys.  The seven member group got their start back in 2013 in South Korea with their first album, “2 Cool 4 Skool.”  Included on that album was the hit “No More Dream” which earned the group a few...

Billy Joel Announces 2017 Stadium Tour Dates

Clearly Billy Joel is a modern day legend.  His piano skills are as iconic as his songs.  He’s already kept plenty busy 2016 into 2017 with his record-setting residency at Madison Square Garden in New York City, but now he’s added stadium shows to his 2017 line up.  For the fourth year in a row, Joel will play at Fenway...

Chicago and Doobie Brothers Team up for Summer Tour

Prepare yourselves. An epic co-headlining tour is about to hit this summer.  Coming this summer are legendary classic rockers Chicago and The Doobie Brothers!  It should be a really  show to see live! The duo will hit the road for a 30 date-trek across North America which will kick off on June 7 in Concord, CA and will wrap up...

2016 Was A Rough Year for Musicians: A look back

Ugh, it has been a year.  A horrible, no good, bad news bears kind of year.  There were a lot, a lot, of very talented, beloved musicians who died this year.  Notably, the biggest were David Bowie, Prince,  Glenn Frey, Meryl Haggard,  and just a few days ago, George Michael.  It’s been a tough year. Check out the full list...

Black Stone Cherry Plans 2017 Kentucky Tour

Rock fans take note, Southern rockers, Black Stone Cherry, just announced a big new North American tour.  This tour is in support of their newest album, “Kentucky” and will kick off on March 10 in Lexington, KY and will wrap up April 29 in Corbin, KY.  Other stops along the way include Baton Rouge, Charlotte, Grand Rapids, Pittsburgh and Columbus. ...

Julianne and Derek Hough Dancing Their Way to 2017 Tour

So, apparently Dancing with the Stars is a super big thing.  It has launched a lot of careers, including those of Julianne and Derek Hough.  Now the dancing and singing phenoms have announced a new North American tour in 2017.  This is their third tour and will include 48 cities.  The tour is dubbed the “Move Beyond” tour and will...