On Feb.11, following an explosive GRAMMYs performance, AC/DC finally confirmed North American dates for its 2015 Rock or Bust World Tour. The legendary Australian rock outfit won’t be back in the U.S. until late this summer, but the wait will be well worth it, as at least 13 massive concerts are lined up at some of North America’s most beloved stadiums for the upcoming trek.
In 1974, a little known progressive rock trio dropped its self-titled, self-produced debut, unable to find a major label that would give it the time of day. Forty years, eight Juno Awards, and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction later, Rush has become one of Canada’s most famous exports, and to celebrate its four decades in the business, the group has revealed a major cross-coun… more
Few bands can claim the legacy that the Grateful Dead has enjoyed since it was founded in 1965, and now fans will have three final opportunities to witness the iconic group on stage together. Over Fourth of July weekend 2015, the remaining “core four” Grateful Dead members will convene at Chicago’s Soldier Field for the final three concerts of its 50-year career from Ju… more
Fleetwood Mac Tour
In honor of the upcoming 2015 leg of Fleetwood Mac’s On With the Show Tour, which starts back up on Jan. 16 in St. Paul, Minn., we’re taking a look back at the 40 concerts that made up the first half of the venture last fall. The ongoing Fleetwood Mac tour is the first since 1998 to feature influential singer-songwriter and keyboardist Christine McVie, so there were a handful… more
2014 in Review
On Dec. 18, Billy Joel completed the first year of his Madison Square Garden residency, but the New York native has just scratched the surface of his potential at the arena. With monthly concerts already booked through fall 2015, Joel is set to break two notable records at the landmark venue in the coming months. On Jan. 9, he’ll surpass his own MSG mark for “longest run of a… more