Def Leppard & Poison, Glenn Frey, Madonna, Elton, Sting, John Mayer & More

Def Leppard & Poison unite yet again for a U.S. summer tour beginning in June. The duo haven’t toured together since 2009 and look forward to another North American adventure. They team up withLita Ford as an opener. The tour kicks off in Salt Lake City and comes to Irvine, Las Vegas, Denver, Kansas City, Atlanta, Tampa, Nashville, Clarkston, Newark, Wantagh, Rosemont, and more. Buy These Tickets

After taking a 20-year break from solo albums, the Eagles’ Glenn Frey is stepping back into the spotlight with a new album “After Hours,” which is a collection of cover songs of his favorite pop standards. He puts his own take on classic tunes like “The Look of Love,” “The Good Life,” and “Route 66.” He follows the album, due out in May, with a string of U.S. dates that takes him to New York City, Washington, D.C., Englewood, Bethlehem, and Mashantucket.Buy These Tickets

Canadian rockers, Barenaked Ladies, announce dates for their “Last Summer on Earth tour.” Joining them will be Blues TravelerCracker, and Big Head Todd, as they play more than 30 arenas across North America. Kicking off in July, the tour will be in Toldeo, Canandalgua, Kettering, Chicago, Vienna, Raleigh, Charlotte, West Palm Beach, Austin, Spring, Dallas, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and more. Buy These Tickets

With a booked European tour already selling out, Sting adds more U.S. and Canada summer dates. Performing with his five-piece band consisting of Dominic Miller, Vinnie Colauita, David Sancious, Peter Tickell, and Jo Lawry, Sting plays New York City, Thackerville, Atlanta, Atlantic City, Lewiston, and Calgary. Buy These Tickets

The Steve Miller Band, which has been rocking audiences for two generations, will bring its high-energy shows across the U.S. for a 2012 tour. Led by Wisconsin native Steve Miller, the band, which has sold more than 30 million records, open their summer tour in June in Englewood, New Jersy. The tour comes to Red Bank, Morristown, Cleveland, South Bend, Morton, Friant, Mountain View, Lincoln, Cincinnati, Hyannis, Gilford, Glen Allen, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Madonna adds yet another date to accommodate fans missing out on her sold out tour. She is now dropping by Detroit, November 8th, in addition to such cities as New Orleans, Houston, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Saint Paul, Clevelnad, Atlanta, Miami, Saint Louis, and more.Buy These Tickets

Elton John adds more dates to his “The Million Dollar Piano” residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The legendary performer also has plans for other U.S. shows including New York City, Springfield, Fort Wayne, and more. Buy These Tickets

Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks have teamed up for a summer tour and due to overwhelming popularity have added dates in Washington, D.C., Tulsa, Houston, and Greensboro. Buy These Tickets

Garbage has scheduled its first U.S. tour dates since 2005. The alternative rock band is preparing to release its fifth studio album, “Not Your Kind Of People,” since 2005’s “Bleed Like Me.” Touring in support of the new album, Garbage comes to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Tucson, Tempe, Houston, Austin, Aspen, Denver, Salt Lake City, Boston, and more. Buy These Tickets

John Mayer is forced to take “an indefinite break from live performing” as a result of the same vocal cord problems that forced him to cancel his fall tour last year. He is anticipating a second surgery and has no definite timetable for a return but in the meantime plans to write another album in the time he would have been touring. His upcoming album, “Born and Raised,” will still be released on schedule.

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Ian Anderson,
Chickenfoot, and
Brad Paisley.

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