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  • Erasure announces summer tour and reimagined album

    Erasure announces summer tour and reimagined album

    Synthpop icons Erasure has announced a North American tour for the summer, as well as some new music--sort of. The duo of Vince Clarke and Andy Bell has reimagined their latest album, last year's World Be Gone, with classical arrangements from Echo Collective. The new companion album, aptly titled...
  • Hall & Oates to return to Atlanta's Infinite Energy Arena on co-headline bill with Train

    Hall & Oates to return to Atlanta's Infinite Energy Arena on co-headline bill with Train

    Daryl Hall & John Oates will return to Atlanta this summer on a huge double-bill with Train. The legendary Philadelphia duo and the two-time Grammy winners will team up for a co-headline tour of North America, which will make a big stop on June 20 at Atlanta's Infinite Energy Arena. The...
  • Circa Survive announce spring 2018 tour with Foxing​ and Hail the Sun

    Circa Survive announce spring 2018 tour with Foxing​ and Hail the Sun

    After taking some time off from touring the country with Thrice, Philadelphia prog rock band Circa Survive are looking to continue supporting their new studio album The Amulet, which peaked at number four on the Top Rock Albums chart. Today, they announced their first proper headlining tour in...
  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra share new song, announce tour

    Unknown Mortal Orchestra share new song, announce tour

    The 2015 album Multi-Love by Unknown Mortal Orchestra was one of the best records of the year, a woozy blend of psychedelia and post-modern soul music. Now, UMO has shared the first taste of their new album and announced an extensive tour in support. Unknown Mortal Orchestra will hit the road with...
  • Modest Mouse returning to Red Rocks on May 13

    Modest Mouse returning to Red Rocks on May 13

    Twenty-plus years into their career, Modest Mouse remain one of the most intriguing and idiosyncratic of the first-wave indie bands. Today, the Portland-based group announced a special run of tour dates, including a performance at Colorado's seminal Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Sunday, May 13. The...
  • David Byrne adds second Red Rocks date for tour-closing, two-night run

    David Byrne adds second Red Rocks date for tour-closing, two-night run

    Red Rocks must be the place, because David Byrne has just added a second date at Colorado's fabled amphitheatre to close out his extensive 2018 tour. In addition to his previously-announced (now sold out) show on Tuesday, Aug. 28, Byrne will also perform on Monday, Aug. 27. Tickets for the second...
  • Slayer announces dates for final US tour

    Slayer announces dates for final US tour

    Slayer announced dates this morning for the band's final U.S. tour. The metal masters responsible for 1986's groundbreaking Reign in Blood, 1988's South of Heaven, and 1990's Seasons in the Abyss will be joined on the road by fellow titans Anthrax, Testament, Lamb of God, and Behemoth. Slayer's last...
  • Vince Staples collaborates with Converse for new sneaker line

    Vince Staples collaborates with Converse for new sneaker line

    The world of hip-hop continues its influential dominance over the equally fun and colorful realm of fashion. With Kendrick Lamar working with Nike, and Tyler, The Creator helping to build his own line of clothes and shoes through Converse, it’s only fitting that Vince Staples also help build his own...
  • OUTCRY announces 2018 spring tour dates

    OUTCRY announces 2018 spring tour dates

    The popular revival tour Outcry featuring noted bands and artists Elevation Worship, Bethel Music, Mosaic MSC, Vertical Worship and Christine Caine is gearing up for an exciting tour in a city near you this spring. Christine Caine is a well-known evangelist, having founded the A21 Campaign with her...
  • Dark Star Orchestra add 2018 tour dates

    Dark Star Orchestra add 2018 tour dates

    Dark Star Orchestra announced the second leg of tour dates for the spring of 2018, starting on May 10 in Boston. The Grateful Dead tribute band will open their previously announced Winter Tour on Feb. 3 in at Cosmic Charlies in Lexington, Ky. The band is scheduled for concerts from Feb. 3 through...
  • Jukebox the Ghost announce 2018 Off to the Races tour

    Jukebox the Ghost announce 2018 Off to the Races tour

    Spend a night Off to the Races with piano-pop trio Jukebox the Ghost--the band has just announced a number of spring tour dates. The tour kicks off in Philadelphia on April 10 and runs through the end of May, coming to a close in Napa, California, on May 25.  A pre-sale lottery is currently underway...
  • Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit coming to Red Rocks on Sept. 3

    Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit coming to Red Rocks on Sept. 3

    Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit are bringing The Nashville Sound to Red Rocks this Summer. The acclaimed outlaw country artist and his band announced a special Red Rocks show on Monday. Along with openers Aimee Mann and Isbell's wife Amanda Shires, the band will perform at Colorado's legendary outdoor...
  • Hall & Oates to team with Train for co-headline summer tour of North America

    Hall & Oates to team with Train for co-headline summer tour of North America

    Daryl Hall & John Oates will return to North America in 2018 on a big double-bill with Train. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will hit the road, accompanied by the veteran San Francisco pop-rockers for a huge 37-city trek across North American. Rolling Stone reports on Jan. 22 that the pair of...
  • Minus the Bear announce Planet of Ice anniversary tour

    Minus the Bear announce Planet of Ice anniversary tour

    On Aug. 21, 2007, Seattle indie rock band Minus The Bear released their third studio album Planet of Ice. The 10 track album, which peaked at number eight on the Independent Albums chart, was the first to feature keyboardist Alex Rose and instantly became a fan favorite. Today, the group revealed...
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    Photos: Umphrey’s McGee celebrate 20th birthday on final night of Beacon Theatre residency

    Umphrey’s Mcgee spent this entire past weekend turning back the clocks on some of their older material, while also inviting many of their longtime fans to join them in reflection on what a fun party the past two decades have been for the rock group from South Bend. The veteran jam band close out...
  • Foo Fighters add fall dates to 2018 Concrete and Gold Tour

    Foo Fighters add fall dates to 2018 Concrete and Gold Tour

    The Foo Fighters have added more dates to their 2018 Concrete and Gold  World Tour, with seven more concerts now scheduled for the month of October. The band announced the new dates on Monday, following what has already been another action-packed album cycle for the veteran rockers since their ninth...
  • Big Head Todd and the Monsters announce 20th headlining show at Red Rocks

    Big Head Todd and the Monsters announce 20th headlining show at Red Rocks

    It's impossible to quantify the impact that Big Head Todd and the Monsters have had on the Colorado music scene over the course of their now 30-year career, but here's a figure that pops out: 20. That's the number of times the band has headlined Colorado's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre with the...
  • ODESZA announces return to Red Rocks for two nights in June

    ODESZA announces return to Red Rocks for two nights in June

    Last year, the Seattle-based electronic duo ODESZA launched the latest phase of their career with a two-night stand at Colorado's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This year, the group will be be back for A Moment Apart. On Monday, ODESZA announced a Red Rocks show on Friday, June 15. UPDATE: The group...
  • Belle & Sebastian to play Forest Hills Stadium as part of 2018 North American summer tour

    Belle & Sebastian to play Forest Hills Stadium as part of 2018 North American summer tour

    Veteran indie-rock outfit Belle and Sebastian have announced the North American leg of their 2018 touring plans for this summer, which includes a show at New York’s picturesque Forest Hills Stadium on June 8. The North American part of the band’s 2018 campaign will start out on June 5, and wrap just...
  • 5 things you didn't know about ODESZA

    5 things you didn't know about ODESZA

    Atmospheric electro-pop has come a long way since beginning as an underground dance movement (plenty of pun intended) back in the 1990s. The evolution of synths and user-friendly electronic production technology has allowed bands like ODESZA to reimagine what dance music can and should be, as the...
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