Gregg Allman & Friends and the Doobie Brothers are both in the middle of North American tours. Now, both bands have announced a joint tour date at Boston’s Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on August 19.
Maybe this news will warm you up in this bitter cold: Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band are coming back to New England, with a date at the Xfinity Center in August.
Joe Perry has formed a new supergroup with Alice Cooper and actor-turned-guitarist Johnny Depp called “Hollywood Vampires”. With each member having different backgrounds, how do you expect the band to sound?
Def Leppard are back for another summer tour, and they’re making another trip to Mansfield for a concert at the Xfinity Center. Click through for more details.
AC/DC are embarking on a massive world tour to support their new album “Rock or Bust” and they’ve just added the North American leg. Guess where it kicks off? Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.
Billy Joel is no stranger to historic live performances. And now, the singer most associated with New York City is about to make history in Boston: the “Piano Man” will perform at Fenway Park on Thursday, July 16, becoming the first artist to play America’s most beloved ballpark in two consecutive years.
Alice and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee both joined Chuck Nowlin on the phone Friday afternoon to talk about the tour and the interesting places they’ve played. They offered some unique insight into Tokyo’s iconic Nippon Budokan, commonly known as just “Budokan.”
Rush have announced a 40th anniversary North American tour that will visit 34 cities throughout the continent starting this summer. Click through for more information on the “R40 LIVE” tour.
Crosby, Stills and Nash announced Tuesday a Spring 2015 tour that brings the band to the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre on Tuesday, May 19. Tickets go on sale Friday, January 16 at 10AM via Live Nation.
Aerosmith may not release new music in 2015 – but they will go on another summer tour, according to Joe Perry.