Aerosmith has joined many other major music stars whose 2021 tour plans have been pushed back for another year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The band's European tour, which already had been postponed from 2020 to this year,
The Who had been tentatively scheduled to return to the road next month with a tour of Ireland and the U.K., but the dates, which had been postponed from last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic,
Fresh from being nominated for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for a third consecutive year, Todd Rundgren is set to launch his unique "Clearly Human" virtual tour on Sunday, Valentine's Day. As previously reported, the trek will feature... Read More.
Obviously, nobody is touring at the moment, but if the COVID-19 pandemic abated enough to allow it, at least one member of Fleetwood Mac isn't sure who else in the band would actually be up for... Read More.
By WILL STEAKIN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Some of the organizers of the Jan. 6 Trump rally that led to the deadly storming of the Capitol are planning another series of events across the country, along with a recruiting effort to... Read More.
Sebastian Bach has announced plans to tour the U.S. this fall to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Skid Row's 1991 album, Slave to the Grind. Exact dates have yet to be announced, and the outing, of course, is contingent on the status of... Read More.
In 2019, Moody Blues singer/bassist John Lodge and his solo band served as an opening act for Yes on The Royal Affair Tour, and Lodge reveals that he's preparing a new live album featuring performances from the prog-rock-themed U.S. package ... Read More.
By ANGELINE JANE BERNABE, ABC News(LONDON) -- Prince William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, made their first stop Monday in their three-day train tour to pay tribute to front-line workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.William and... Read More.