That’s right, the ‘boy’ band One Direction, or 1D, is going back on the road again in the summer of 2015 with the announcement of their 2015 tour called the On The Road Again tour. So far it appears as if the venues again will be large stadiums, with multiple nights at each. Just like the One Direction tour of 2014, they hit up all the major stadiums through out North America and it looks like they are doing pretty much the same thing. They have been dribbling out new songs from their new album, so there’s no doubt there will be plenty of new music for One Direction to sing to their sweethearts live in concert. Right now, there are about 20 venues listed on their tour, but double them up, and add more dates to different places and the number of show stops will escalate quickly. Nothing new for these guys though, they are young, they are One Direction. The can handle it. Can your pockets though? Relax, being that they are playing such huge stadiums, you should be able to grab some concert tickets at a good price. They’ll be too many seats floating around for that not to happen. Until next time, enjoy the video below, Steal My Girl, the latest from One Direction.
Did you hear the news? Christie McVie has rejoined the awesome group Fleetwood Mac and their super powerful 5 star band line up are back on the road to tour well into 2015. While the tour actually began in 2014, it was just was the first with McVie since she quit the band back in the late 1990s. Of course, Stevie Nicks will be present, along with McVie, and John McVie on bass, even though he’s still going through chemotherapy for his cancer, and Lindsay Buckingham. Now the band will properly be able to play You Make Loving Fun and Little Lies on their live tour because Christine is back in the picture. The band has also been working on brand new music, which they will also play during their concerts. The music and song hits that have come from this band are large in numbers and known around the world, so definitely expect a fun time if you see Fleetwood Mac on tour.
This particular Fleetwood Mac Tour (aka On With The Show Tour) begins in September of 2014 and has recently been expanded to reach late into March 2015. Their shows are spread across North America and take place mostly in larger venues. When a group as popular as Fleetwood Mac is on tour, you better have some big arenas to hold their concerts! Here we have listed all the official Fleetwood Mac tour dates that they have announced so far, even all their 2015 dates. We will do our best to keep the event list up to date. One last note Buckingham was asked about their set list ideas and he replied by shrugging his shoulders. To be honest with you, especially now that Christine is back in the picture, their set lists can vary wildly every night due to the amount of great songs they have written through out the years.
2014 – 2015 FLEETWOOD MAC TOUR DATES & CONCERT TICKETS
VIDEO – (Full Album!) Fleetwood Mac – Greatest Hits (1988)
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After six years of announcing the nominees of Music’s Biggest Night during a primetime concert, the Grammy Awards are mixing things up for the 57th annual ceremony. Gone is Grammy Nominations Concert Live, and in its place comes A Very Grammy Christmas Special, which will air on December 5th on CBS. Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5 and Tim McGraw have been recruited for the holiday special, which will conclude with an extra gift for five artists: An Album of the Year Grammy nomination.
The live Christmas concerts of pop radio stations – the Jingle Balls and their competitors – serve as report cards on the state of the Top 40 and annual demonstrations of terrestrial radio’s muscle. Last night, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Jingle Ball season got started early, as CBS Radio organized their annual “We Can Survive” benefit – which contributes the modest sum of $2 from each ticket to help breast cancer survivors – hosting brief sets by Sia, Paramore, Iggy Azalea, Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, and Pharrell Williams, plus special guests Jennifer …read more
“It is with great sadness that we, Jack’s family, announce the passing of our beloved Jack: husband, father, granddad, and all round legend. The world of music will be a poorer place without him, but he lives on in his music and forever in our hearts,” the Bruce family wrote. Bruce’s publicist added, “He died today at his home in …read more
It was a long summer for Wiz Khalifa. One month ago, his wife filed for divorce. A month before that, a 38-year-old man named Eric Johnson was shot and killed after one of the Pittsburgh rapper’s Bay Area shows; and all the way back in May, El Paso police arrested him for attempting to bring weed into the city’s airport. Last night at the Observatory in Santa Ana, however, on the first stop of the Black Hollywood Big Secret Tour, all that seemed far in the rearview, and Khalifa was in the mood to celebrate: During his 75 minutes on …read more
Foo Fighters’ HBO series Sonic Highways visited Washington D.C. Friday night, which marked a homecoming of sorts for Dave Grohl: The rocker was raised in the Virginia suburbs outside of D.C. – his mother still lives there – and he started out drumming for area acts like Mission Impossible, Dain Bramage and “his favorite band ever,” Scream.
In addition to recording the Sonic Highways track “The Feast and the Famine,” Grohl also provides an extensive look at a pair of homegrown genres that became the backbone of the D.C. music scene: Go-go and hardcore punk. Here are five things we learned …read more
Less than a year before he suffered a stroke while hospitalized for a heart infection in July 2013, Randy Travis looked fit and healthy onstage for an October 24th taping of CMT’s Crossroads. Paired with fellow North Carolinians the Avett Brothers, the country traditionalist and Americana darlings performed some of their best-known recordings.
Among the highlights were Avett songs like “I and Love and You,” “Murder in the City” and “January Wedding”; while Travis offered such hits as “Three Wooden Crosses,” “Diggin’ Up Bones” and “Deeper Than the Holler.”
Johnny Marr brought out Noel Gallagher to play a couple of songs during the encore of a recent concert at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. When Marr introduced the former Oasis guitarist, he called him “one of the great songwriters for this country” and cheekily said, “he’s got a bright future ahead of him.” First, Gallagher joined Marr’s band for a bouncy rendition of Iggy Pop’s 1977 Bowie collaboration “Lust for Life,” and then the ensemble mounted an ambient rendition of the Smiths’ 1985 alt-rock anthem “How Soon Is Now?”
One night last winter, Jessie Ware and Miguel decided to get drunk. They had been writing some songs for Ware’s second album, Tough Love, at New York’s Record Plant studio, and after a long day of work, they had completed the fun, flirtatious “Kind of… Sometimes… Maybe.” “We both really like whiskey,” Ware says with a laugh. “The first line of the song is, ‘Do I get lonely at all?/No, ’cause Jamie and Johnny and Jack keep me warm.’ So that night we were like, ‘Fuck yeah, let’s celebrate, let’s have whiskeys!'”
If there’s one thing you can say about the woman painted in Kristy Lee Cook’s new single, “Lookin’ for a Cowgirl,” it’s that she isn’t the least bit shy. “I heard you’re on the prowl for a good-hearted woman, wanting real bad to get into somethin’,” the former American Idol contestant sings on this upbeat track, which is cut with equal parts twangy plucks and power guitars — even a little near-rap interlude. “Well baby, that somethin’ somethin’ just might be me.” Cover your ears, Mom.
Liz Rose doesn’t play an instrument. That hasn’t stopped her from co-writing some of the biggest country songs of the 21st century, though, including nearly two dozen Taylor Swift tunes and a handful of hits for Little Big Town, Eli Young Band, Gary Allan, Tim McGraw and Bonnie Raitt, among others. She’s won Grammys. She’s topped the charts. Her songs — several of which were co-penned with “The Love Junkies,” a songwriting trio comprised of Rose, Hillary Lindsey and Lori McKenna — have sold more than 20 million copies combined.
Atlanta spitfire OG Maco, the young crunkmaster behind minimalist viral hits like “U Guessed It” and “Fuckemx3″ is dropping his latest mixtape, Live Life 2. The sequel to last year’s Live Life, its seven tracks are full of screamed ad-libs and sinister bouts of AutoTune. What else would expect from an EP with a song called “Unleash the Kraken”?
Maco recently signed to Quality Control, the booming Atlanta record label who’s leading the charge in young, energetic, experimentally minded musicians, joining a roster that includes Migos and Skippa Da Flippa. …read more
Fresh off the triumphant debut of The Big Revival, his 13th Number One country album debut, Kenny Chesney is returning to the road. The country superstar visited ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday to announce the Big Revival Tour, which will hit arenas, amphitheaters and stadiums next year. The trek, which the singer estimates will hit about 55 cities, kicks off in Nashville on March 26th, Chesney’s 47th birthday.