In 1967, Donald Fagen and Walter Becker met at Bard College, discovered a mutual interest in jazz, and ultimately formed the group known as Steely Dan. Their popularity grew over the next decade, as they released several classic, studio albums (featuring a unique blend of jazz, rock and other popular music) and took their act on the road between 1972 and 1974. In 1981 the group disbanded, after selling millions of albums, and its members mostly stayed out of the professional music scene.
However, the group reunited in 1993 with the launch of a U.S. tour, and in 2000 they released a new album, “Two Against Nature,” followed in 2003 by “Everything Must Go.” Steely Dan has toured every summer since 2006, most recently embarking on the Left Bank Holiday European tour and the Rent Party Tour ’09 in the summer of 2009. The group has sold over 30 million albums during their 40+ year history, but perhaps their biggest accomplishment was getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and honor bestowed upon them in March 2001.
The 2019 NCAA Basketball Tournament is just over a month away, and starting this weekend, fans can start snatching up tickets for all the must-see men’s games. Early-round play in San Jose, Tulsa, Columbus, Jacksonville, Dayton, and Columbia have tickets available for sale to the general public on Saturday.... Read more
With NHL Playoffs on the horizon, post-season games have tickets hitting the market. Leading today’s batch of onsales is home playoff games for the perennial Eastern Conference powerhouse Capitals. Top concerts on sale include Halsey’s Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour, Luke Bryan’s What Makes You Country Tour, Miranda Lambert... Read more
Legendary rock act Steely Dan has announced a slew of headlining tour dates this fall, including a nine-show residency at New York City’s Beacon Theatre. The band, led by Donald Fagen, will hit a few stops pre-residency; their first date is in Richmond, Virginia at the Altria Theater, followed... Read more
Justin Timberlake’s tour is on fire, with “Man of the Woods” dates all over the best-selling events list this week. That likely won’t taper off, as a number of new shows headline the days onsales in ticketing. A total of 11 of the onetime Mouseketeer and N*Sync star stops are... Read more
Sunday night’s wild last-second come-from-behind victory by the Minnesota Vikings kept alive the possibility of a first-ever home game in the Super Bowl, and seems to have goosed the fans into action, as Vikings fever – and football overall – dominated the marketplace on Sunday – headlined by the... Read more
The hotly anticipated Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers tour goes on regular sale this morning, headlining a typically busy Friday in the ticketing world. In addition to that co-headlining tour, regular sales on the day include fan favorites like The Eagles, Jimmy Buffett, Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper,... Read more
A reunited Sugarland is touring in 2018, and fans have their first shot at grabbing tickets today, as a number of shows are available for presale, headlining the day’s tickets on sale update. Other presales available include a pair of dates on the Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers tour, the annual... Read more
It’s a banner day for ticket sales, as some major 2018 acts are up for grabs, headlined by Justin Timberlake’s “Man of the Woods” tour as well as the co-headlining run by Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers. Eight of the dates on Timberlake’s tour are on presale beginning... Read more
Soccer is still king in the TicketNetwork marketplace, but some music acts are beginning to make headway into the Top 10 once again, headlined by blind Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, who is performing in mid-December at Madison Square Garden. Fan purchases on the TicketNetwork marketplace had that holiday season... Read more
In news that shouldn’t be terribly surprising to anyone, the recently announced farewell show from Kenny Rogers (with special guest Dolly Parton) is No. 1 in the TicketNetwork daily check-in for Market Heat from Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Besides “The Gambler” saying goodbye, however, the market is absolutely dominated... Read more