Various headline, festival and special event shows are planned around the U.S. after the band wraps its co-headlining tour with the Tedeschi Trucks Band,
Attendees don’t have pay a dime to enjoy performances at 13 of the venue’s 14 stages. That’s the heart and soul of MusikFest. Well, that and the incredible food.
Sure, the Beach Boys have passed the 50-year mark. But don’t expect the band’s members to retire any time soon. “You don’t retire what you love doing,” says Al Jardine, as he tells Goldmine about upcoming tour dates with Brian Wilson and David Marks.
Toto’s first full North American tour in nearly a decade will feature select dates with Styx, Kansas and Michael McDonald.
As Train revs up for its summer tour, it’s putting out an expanded version of its gold 2012 CD “California 37,” now with live versions of three singles.
Frampton’s Guitar Circus is back! Robert Cray, Steve Cropper, Roger McGuinn, B.B. King, Leslie West, Don Felder, Steve Lukather and Rick Nielsen are among the guests.
Moody Blues fans, we’ve got good news and bad news. The release of the group’s 17-disc box set has been delayed. But, there are three Moody-related tours set.
“Grinning Streak” arrives on CD June 4, 2013, on Vanguard Records. A lyric video for “Boomerang,” the album’s first single, has been released. The Last Summer on Earth 2013 tour kicks off June 17, 2013, in Dallas and pairs the Ladies with Ben Folds Five and Guster.
ZZ Top will hit the road this spring and summer, but if you can’t make it a to show, you can take solace in a boxed set featuring the band’s first 10 studio LPs.
Following the success of last fall’s sold-out tour, Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork are hitting the road for “A Midsummer’s Night With The Monkees.”