The Red Hot Chili Peppers will celebrate the release of their first studio album in five years with a major global tour set to launch stateside in Jan. 2017. Arenas across North America have been booked through at least March; though it’s possible the group will add another leg or hit the summer music festival scene as well.
Fans that saw RHCP during their many festival stops in… more
Five Decades of Rolling Stones
It has been four years since the Rolling Stones reached the iconic 50-year milestone as a band, but the group is still going strong on the performance front. Come October, fans will have a few unique chances to catch the legendary rockers live out west, an opportunity likely made possible by the Rolling Stones’ enduring passion for music.
In its latest post, HealthyAging.net rev… more
Stevie Nicks 2016 Tour
As Fleetwood Mac’s break from the touring circuit continues, Stevie Nicks will keep busy via a solo tour during the closing months of 2016. The trek will be in support of her 2014 album, “24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault,” which was released just a few months ahead of the launch of Fleetwood Mac’s On With the Show Tour, thus leaving her unable to venture out un… more
Green Day Tour
For fans of major Rock and Roll Hall of Fame bands like Green Day, opportunities to witness a concert at the likes of say Webster Hall in New York or House of Blues Boston don’t come around often, if ever. But this fall, Green Day is making it possible.
In anticipation of the release of the band’s 12th studio album, “Revolution Radio,” a limited number of North… more
Paul McCartney Keeps Rocking
The latest post by our friends over at HealthyAging.net dives deeper into resident veteran performer, Sir Paul McCartney. The legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famer turned 74 this past June, and has kept busy for much of 2016 touring the country with 30-plus song setlists lasting more than three hours.
Fans looking to gain more insight into the history of one of music’s greatest … more