Music icon Bob Dylan announces plans for a North America tour in support of his upcoming as-yet-untitled studio album. The tour begins late summer in Canada and comes to Lethbridge, Cranbrook, Missoula, Billings, Rapid City, Sioux Falls, Fargo, Rochester, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Youngstown, Johnstown, and Big Flats.
Although it was rumored that British musical icon Morrissey was contemplating retirement, it still hasn’t stopped the 53 year old from booking a 33-date U.S. tour from Boston to New Jersey. The setlist will reportedly featuring material from his time with the Smiths, fan favorites, cult classics, as well as previously unreleased material. In addition to playing New York City for the first time in three years, Moz will also be joined on his LA date by special guests Iggy & The Stooges. The tour also comes to Waterbury, Portland, Burlington, Albany, Niagara Falls, Pittsburgh, columbus, Flint, Chicago, Minneapolis, Clear Lake, Lincoln, Denver, and many more.
Fiona Apple is extending her tour. The singer-songwriter has added a fall leg that includes some two dozen extra U.S. dates. Touring in support of her latest album “The Idler Wheel…,” Fiona will be in Mashantucket, Northampton, New York City, Washington, DC, Upper Darby, Danbury, Boston, Portland, Montreal, Toronto, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, and more.
Singer-songwriter Jackson Browne has added a fall leg to his acoustic summer tour with Nickel Creek founding member Sara Watkins. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inductee has written and performed some of the most moving songs in popular music. His acoustic adventure comes to Cleveland, Newport News, Detroit, Springfield, South Bend, Chicago, Minneapolis, Duluth, Davenport, Saint Louis, Grand Prairie, Linden, Houston, Austin, and many more.
Elton John has had a very busy year. From concert dates across the U.S., a Las Vegas residency, battling sickness, and managing his charitable organizations, the music legend still manages to add yet another performance to his calendar, this time in Toronto. You also have a chance to see Elton in Las Vegas, Sarnia, Peterborough, Jackson, Huntsville, Tampa, Savannah, Johnson City, and Wheeling.
Controversial rap superstar, Kanye West has also had an eventful summer with the release of his own custom line of Nike sneakers, his rumored romance with Kim Kardashian, and the European leg of the “Watch the Throne” tour with Jay-Z. He now announces two special solo performances at Atlantic City’s Revel’s Ovation Hall at the conclusion of his European tour. This will mark his first-ever solo headlining shows in Atlantic City.
Ranchero music star Vicente Fernandez adds a Miami date to his farewell tour. The 72 year old singer is calling it quits after an illustrious career and is giving fans one final time to see him perform live. He also comes to Phoenix, Denver, Hidalgo, Laredo, Rosemont, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Universal City, and Los Angeles.
Known for his role as TV’s Dr. House, the multi-talented Hugh Laurie enters a new chapter of his life now that the iconic series has ended. This new chapter includes his debut album “Let Them Talk,” already certified Gold in the U.K. and a late summer tour. The album is a collection of Blues classics featuring Laurie on piano and voice, and backed on this tour byThe Copper Bottom Band. Laurie comes to Minneapolis, Columbus, Alexandria, Annapolis, Boston, New York City, and Huntington.