Bette Midler is planning the release of her new album “It’s The Girls LP,” the 14th studio album of her illustrious career. She has announced a 22-city tour in support of the album which comes to Denver, Hollywood FL, Tampa, Atlanta, New Orleans, Houston, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Seattle, Vancouver, Saint Paul, Auburn Hills, Boston, Uncasville, Philadelphia, Chicago, Toronto, Washington DC and New York City.
Barry Manilow is supporting his new album “My Dream Duets” with a 2015 tour. The album features duets with legendary singers like Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, Sammy David Jr. and Louis Armstrong, created through the use of modern technology. The tour comes to Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago, Auburn Hills, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Washington DC, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Mashantucket, Glendale, Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Jose, Salt Lake City, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Duluth, Louisville, Charlotte and more.
Juan Gabriel has added more shows to his “Volver” tour. With a career spanning over three generations, Juan has sold more than 100 million albums and has his own star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. See him as he comes to Phoenix, San Diego, Fresno, Fairfax, Orlando, Hidalgo, Laredo, Dallas, Corpus Christi and San Antonio.
Harry Connick Jr. has a winter tour that will take him through much of the South. Harry, who recently began his second year as a judge on “American Idol,” will play from his huge catalog of music, performing old favorites as well as selections from his 2013 album “Every Man Should Know.” The tour comes to Durham, Savannah, Naples FL, Miami, Melbourne FL, Sarasota, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Jacksonville, Atlanta, North Charleston, Rockville, New Brunswick, Newport News, Roanoke, Charleston, Nashville, Louisville, East Lansing and Bethlehem.
Taylor Swift feels she put her neck on the line with the making of her new album “1989” because she changed directions musically, feeling pressure from her label and her management about the risk she was taking. Well, “1989” has been one of the most successful selling albums of the year. In support of the album, Taylor kicks off a world tour in Louisiana in May and will play arenas and stadiums in five countries before ending with a Halloween show in Tampa. The tour also comes to Tampa, Miami, Atlanta, Greensboro, Lexington, Saint Louis, Omaha, Des Moines, Toronto, Nashville, Kansas City, Columbus, Indianapolis, Saint Paul, Fargo, Denver, Salt Lake City, San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Glendale, Seattle, Edmonton, Vancouver, Foxborough, Chicago, Washington DC, Montreal, East Rutherford, Montreal, Ottawa, Philadelphia and more.
One of the biggest bands in modern rock, Foo Fighters, have planned a 2015 tour. After announcing dates for South America, Australia and the United Kingdom, they have finally announced their North American dates for the U.S. and Canada. With a new album “Sonic Highways” out along with an eight-episode series that aired on HBO, that documented the recording process, the band will support these endeavors by playing an extensive arena tour along with some of the most legendary baseball stadiums in the nation. This includes Fenway Park, Wrigley Field and more. They will be joined on select dates by Royal Blood. The tour comes to New Orleans, Mountain View, Portland, Quincy, Vancouver, Chicago, Noblesville, Burgettstown, Clarkston, Saint Paul, Kansas City, Maryland Heights, Englewood, Calgary, Edmonton, Boston, Flushing, Toronto, Camden, Washington DC and more.