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.
Toto fans have a lot to celebrate: A No. 1 DVD, two dozen summer tour dates and the announcement that the band is heading back into the studio for a new LP.
Dave Mason has put a new spin on old songs with his soon-to-be-released LP “Future’s Past.” The Traffic alum also is asking fans to help promote the album.
The tour will showcase selections from throughout Steely Dan’s four-decade catalog; it starts July 2 in Portland, Ore., and wraps up Sept. 17 in Baltimore.
Tickets go on sale starting Jan. 31, 2014, for the Bee Gees’ veteran’s shows, which also will feature his eldest son, Stephen, and his niece, Samantha Gibb.
A string of concert dates and the release of previous live recordings — including one made at Boston Common just weeks before guitarist Duane Allman’s death — are among the activities The Allman Brothers Band has in store for its 45th anniversary year.