This morning, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan shared a tentative track listing for a new album he’s calling “Oceania.” The 12 songs were listed on Billy’s twitter account with no other details. […]
Peter Bjorn and John are giving their fans some more this fall when they kick off their All You Can Eat Tour a six week trek that finds the Swedes spending some quality time with their fans as they embark
on a city by city exploration. Their longest US run to date, the tour kicks off in Chicago, IL on August 24th with the first of their mini-residences and will end on October 8th in San Francisco, CA with the last. Theyll also set up camp in Toronto, New York and Los Angeles for extended stays with several other stops along the way complete dates below.
The All You Can Eat Tour comes on the heels of their most recent sold out US headlining that was met with unbridled excitement. The Boston Herald said, PB&J delivered frenetic, guitar-stoked rock n roll and the Portland Tribune raved …Peter, Bjorn & John put on a show that made the audience move, sing, shout and scream as they realized they were seeing something rare the birth of a world class band and went on the call them one of the most compelling bands on the circuit right now .
The 2011 Honda Civic Tour announced today that punk icons, Blink 182 would be headlining this year’s tour. The tour, which begins on August 8th in Holmdel, NJ and runs through October 15th, will feature My Chemical Romance, Matt and Kim, Rancid, Rancid, Against Me!, and Manchester Orchestra as support through the tour. More dates can be found HERE or you can see the dates below:
Thursday has just announced a US tour with Taking Back Sunday in support of their new record, No Devolución. The tour will kick off on June 14 in Denver and will culminate on July 31 in Chicago. Tickets are available now for pre-sale at http://tixx1.artistarena.com/takingbacksunday/; public on-sale is May 6/May 7 (Depending on the market).
Thursday Tour Dates:
RX Bandits will be playing their last Tour this Summer. We are very happy to announce that Maps & Atlases will be joining them on the majority of the dates. Stay tuned for announcements on who else will be opening all the shows and who will be added to the dates that do not have M&A listed. Ticket links will be up at all the venues sites and will all go on sale by the end of this week if not sooner. We look forward to seeing you all this one last time.
RX BANDITS FAREWELL SUMMER TOUR 2011
The Killers’ Ronnie Vannucci will release his debut, self-titled solo album, Big Talk on July 12th via Epitaph Records. Produced by Joe Chicarelli (The Strokes, My Morning Jacket), and mixed by Alan Moulder (U2, Foo Fighters), […]
The organizers of one of the nation’s biggest music festivals, Lollapalooza announced their 20th anniversary lineup. This year’s festival which is being held August 5-7, 2011 in Chicago’s Grant Park includes headliners […]
Smashing Pumpkins frontman, Billy Corgan announced this morning that they would be releasing a new album as well as re-issuing some of the band’s earlier albums. The annoucement, posted through a video […]
According to Billboard.com, Kings of Leon will be touring with Band of Horses this summer. The two and half month long tour will bring them from Alabama to Seattle and everywhere in […]
This morning the lineup for the 4th installment of the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival was announced. And while there aren’t too many surprises bands like Phish and John Fogerty should […]