The Black Crowes have been strumming their unique blend of Southern rock for the past 20 years and their road is growing thin. They are set to launch their “Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys” tour on August 13 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and it will hit more than 50 cities before wrapping with a six-night residency stay at San Francisco’s Fillmore.
In 2006, Harry Connick Jr. excited Broadway audiences by appearing on the stage for the revival of “The Pajama Game.” Connick received a Tony nomination for ‘Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical’ for his efforts. Well it seems the bright lights of Broadway are pulling him back in. Connick has officially signed on for 11 performances at the Neil Simon Theatre that will be entitled “Harry Connick Jr. in Concert on Broadway.”
The British rockers Muse have stormed the US and have been rocking the roofs off arenas from sea to shining sea. It seems one run through just wasn’t satisfying enough because they’ve mapped out fall tour dates that will start in San Diego, California on September 22 and carry them through Cincinnati, Ohio on November [...]
Fresh off their reunion tour last year, Creed is hitting the road again this summer with a special twist. The outing, dubbed The 20-10 Tour,” will sell the first 2010 tickets for $20 with no service fees tacked on, while the remaining seats will be priced at $20 and $10 a piece and include service fees.
Fresh off her second ACM Award as Entertainer of the Year, Carrie Underwood is ready to inject some fresh life into her tour. The 45-city run that began March 11 now has an additional 41 dates tacked onto the end of it which will run her through the end of December closing in Calgary, Alberta on the 19th.
Sheryl Crow is putting the finishing touches on her latest album “100 Miles from Memphis” that is slated to debut in September. While she is waiting on the paint to dry, Crow will set out on a 30-city tour that will begin with Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival on June 11 and carry through till September 14-15 where she’ll play a double date for Saratoga, CA at the Mountain Winery.
It seems Steve Winwood enjoys pair up with his legendary contemporaries when he tours as evident with last year’s run with Eric Clapton. This year he is cozying up with Carlos Santana for a wave of summer dates, covering 22 cities in amphitheaters across North America. Everything gets underway on July 1 at Milwaukee’s Summerfest and runs through August 1 at West Palm Beach, Florida. Santana will be priming the engine by playing a string of dates in Vegas (April 21-May 2) before bringing on Winwood to tour properly.
Rumors have been circulating of years that fabled Pink Floyd principle Roger Waters would resurrect “The Wall” and take it on the road, performing it cover-to-cover. Well that day is here. Waters has announced that he will be hitting 33-cities in North America in the fall. The run will kick off in Toronto, Ontario on September 15 and carry through to December 13 wrapping in Anaheim, California.
Indie royalty MGMT it laying down tour dates across North America in preparation for the release of their second studio album entitled “Congratulations.” The album is due for release on April 13. The new tour will get started on April 12 with a two-night stand at San Francisco’s legendary Fillmore then continue on through August 8 where they will take the stage at Lollapalooza in Chicago.
Rihanna is busy dotting the global with concert dates on her most recent world tour to support her latest album “Rated R.” She has announced the North American leg of her tour will include stops in 25 cities. The trek will officially kick off in Auburn, Washington on July 2 and extend through August 25 in Chicago, Illinois.