Aerosmith have postponed their plans for a fall 2017 American tour to work on some new music.
Alice Cooper and Deep Purple will head out on the road together later this year with special guest the Edgar Winter Band.
After wrapping up a late-summer North American tour with Deep Purple and Edgar Winter, Alice Cooper has scheduled a 2018 headlining trek of Canada and the U.S. in support of the shock rocker’s 2017 album, Paranormal, in March.
When U2 embark on their Joshua Tree 30th anniversary tour in May, Bono has two goals:
The Dave Matthews Band may be taking this year off from their annual blockbuster summer tour but that will not keep the band's namesake from hitting the road.
Legendary guitarist Eric Clapton has announced
Guns N’ Roses will keep their Not in This Lifetime tour rolling
Gregg Allman won't be hitting the road this year.
Iron Maiden fans received big news with the announcement that the metal legends will be returning to North American this summer to launch a new leg of their The Book Of Souls World Tour.
James Taylor has announced additional shows this summer with Bonnie Raitt.
It starts on May 10th in Baltimore and wraps up on August 16th in Edmonton, Alberta, and will hit all stadiums except for a May 17th show in Uniondale, New York. Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat and Gojira will all rotate as opening acts, usually with two of them per show. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Metallica will apparently announce a promised world tour on Monday.
The Moody Blues' breakthrough album, Days of Future Passed, is 50 years old, and they'll celebrate its legacy with a tour in the spring and summer.
Ozzy Osbourne has set a date for the first solo show of his life after Black Sabbath.
Paul McCartney will return to the road this year with a series of tour dates that’s taking him from Japan to the U.S.
Peter Frampton and the Steve Miller Band will hit the road together this summer
The reunited Poison have announced their first headline dates in more than a decade.
Queen + Adam Lambert will spend the summer touring throughout North America.
Ringo Starr is heading back on the road with his All-Starr Band this fall.
The duo’s journey begins July 6 in Hollywood, Fla., and continues into the
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