Moody Blues’ Justin Hayward has taken his legendary songs on the road — performing dates in America and Europe — on a tour he named “Stage Door.”
The Zombies have released the first single, “Moving On,” from their upcoming album, “Still Got That Hunger,” available October 9 via The End Records.
Morrison Hotel Gallery announces the expansion of its music photography exhibitions with a national live show, BEHIND THE LENS, presented by the artists themselves.
Slash is heading back out on the road with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators to support the new album “World of Fire,” which will be released Sept. 16 on Slash’s own Dik Hayd International record label.
Full stage productions enhance respective co-headlining sets at Camden’s Susquehanna Bank Center.
Kidney stones have disrupted dates for ZZ Top’s upcoming tour, but they aren’t expected to disrupt the trio’s performance at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
With Devon Allman and Cyril Neville at the helm, Royal Southern Brotherhood is taking its guitar-driven blues rock to venues in the U.S., Canada and Europe to support its new album, ‘heartsoulblood.’
The Who Hits 50! tour will span the band’s full career, from the days it was known as The High Numbers through its many now-classic albums.
John Mayall is hitting the road on his 80th Birthday Celebration Tour, which happens to coincide with the release of “A Special Life,” his first new studio LP in five years.
Vocalist Adam Lambert joined Queen founders Brian May (guitars) and Roger Taylor (drums) for the first date of the tour Thursday at Chicago’s United Center.