Lionel Richie Reveals Live Album, Plots 2019 Summer Tour
R&B and balladeer legend Lionel Richie is set to drop a live album later this year and will hit the road for a round of tour dates across North America. The trek will kick-off in Sugar Land, Texas on May 28, followed by gigs in cities like Toronto, Detroit,... Read more
Soulja Boy Dropped From Fordham University Spring Concert
Rapper Soulja Boy was set to headline Fordham University’s 2019 Spring Weekend concert this April, but after his latest arrest, the school cut the “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” singer from the lineup. The show is scheduled for April 27 and DeAndre Cortez Way, known as Soulja Boy, was... Read more
Phil Collins Returns To The Road For ‘Still Not Dead Yet, Live!’
Phil Collins, who wrapped-up his ‘Not Dead Yet, Live!’ tour last year, isn’t quite done touring yet. Due to overwhelming demand, the rocker will return for a limited run of dates across the U.S. this fall. The 15-date tour, dubbed ‘Still Not Dead Yet, Live!’, will kick-off on September... Read more
Black Flag Plot 2019 U.S. Tour, First Show In Five Years
Punk-rock powerhouse Blag Flag announced earlier this year that they are returning to the music scene with their first show in five years, and now, they’re adding a full U.S. tour to their itinerary. Their previously-announced first appearance will take place at Sabroso Festival in Dana Point, California early... Read more
Woodstock 50 Lineup Revealed: Halsey, The Killers Among Headlining Acts
Halsey and The Killers are among the star-studded list of artists set to headline Woodstock 50, the highly-anticipated event this August celebrating the 50-year anniversary of the 1969 festival. As previously announced, The Black Keys and Dead & Company will also headline the event, along with Santana, Chance The... Read more
State Champs, Mayday Parade, The Maine To Headline Sad Summer Festival
Pop-punk hitmakers State Champs, The Maine, Mayday Parade, and The Wonder Years will be playing your favorite sad songs as a part of the emo-fest of the summer. The tour, dubbed the Sad Summer Festival, will hit 16 dates across the U.S., starting in Dallas, Texas on July 5.... Read more
Grayscale Pulls Prank On Fans, Pretends Drummer Left Band
In a risky promotional scheme, Pennsylvania-based pop-punk band Grayscale lied about the departure of their drummer, sending fans into a frenzy, ahead of the release of their latest music video. Over the weekend, the group posted a picture to Twitter without drummer Nick Veno, noting that “this is the... Read more
Tool Plots 2019 Tour, Reveals First Album In 13 Years
Alt-rock/metal band Tool announced a string of tour dates this spring and summer following news of a highly-anticipated forthcoming record. The shows will coincide with a handful of previously-announced festival dates, including Jacksonville’s Welcome to Rockville, North Carolina’s Epicenter, Chicago Open Air, and Great Britain’s Download Festival. Throughout the... Read more
Massive Attack Reschedules Mezzanine US Tour Due To ‘Illness’
Hip-hop group Massive Attack were scheduled to tour this month to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 1998 record, however, “due to illness,” the outing will be rescheduled for fall 2019. “The band are deeply sorry for any inconvenience and are looking forward to bringing the show to the... Read more
UK EDM Duo Disclosure To Embark On North American Tour
The British DJ duo Disclosure will head out on their first North American tour in three years this spring following the release of their 2018 EP. Ahead of the tour, Disclosure will perform at Lightning In A Bottle Festival in Bakersfield, California before kicking-off the trek in Atlanta, Georgia... Read more