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  • Iron Maiden Announces “Legacy of the Beast” North American Tour Dates

    Iron Maiden Announces “Legacy of the Beast” North American Tour Dates

    Up the irons! Iron Maiden has announced that their Legacy of the Beast tour will be coming to North America for 34 concerts next summer. The tour, which just wrapped up in Europe, features the metal legends playing songs spanning their entire catalog. Of course, that means loads of great bass lines. “We gave a... »

  • Ozzy Osbourne Announces New “No More Tours 2” Dates

    Ozzy Osbourne Announces New “No More Tours 2” Dates

    Ozzy Osbourne has announced a new round of dates in his “No More Tours 2” farewell tour. The former Black Sabbath singer will once again be joined by longtime collaborators Zakk Wylde, Tommy Clufetos, Adam Wakeman, and Blasko on bass. The North American leg of the outing will also feature support from Megadeth, who will... »

  • KISS Unveils Initial Farewell World Tour Dates

    KISS Unveils Initial Farewell World Tour Dates

    KISS has just revealed the first 44 dates of their upcoming “End of the Road” farewell tour. The outing, which was revealed in September, is ultimately scheduled to run for three years. The first leg will cover North America starting in Vancouver, British Columbia on January 31st before heading down the West Coast to circle... »

  • Cannibal Corpse Heads Out On Fall Tour

    Cannibal Corpse Heads Out On Fall Tour

    Cannibal Corpse is heading out on a 29-date tour covering all of November and stretching into December. The massive trek will see the band start on the East Coast and circle into the Midwest before finishing up in their home state of Florida on December 6th. They’ll be joined by Hate Eternal and Harm’s Way,... »

  • BrownMark and the Revolution Announce New Tour Dates

    BrownMark and the Revolution Announce New Tour Dates

    Prince’s former band The Revolution has announced a new round of tour dates honoring the late singer’s life. After finishing shows in New York City and Austin, the “Purple Rain” group will embark on a 16-date tour split across the U.S. and Europe. The band includes all the original members of keyboardist Dr. Fink, keyboardist... »

  • Smashing Pumpkins Announce New Tour Dates

    Smashing Pumpkins Announce New Tour Dates

    The Smashing Pumpkins have announced a handful of tour dates to celebrate their 30th anniversary. Beginning in Madison, Wisconsin on November 29th, the dates will include an already sold-out stop in their hometown of Chicago before heading south to end in Arizona on December 7th. The tour will be in support of a new album... »

  • Lake Street Dive Announce New Tour Dates

    Lake Street Dive Announce New Tour Dates

    Lake Street Dive has announced a new set of tour dates that will take them into 2019. After covering the Northeast in November, the trek will head down the East Coast through the Carolinas and into Florida. The band, which is anchored by bass great Bridget Kearney, is touring in support of their latest album,... »

  • David Ellefson Adds East Coast “Basstory” Tour Dates

    David Ellefson Adds East Coast “Basstory” Tour Dates

    Megadeth bassist David Ellefson is gearing up to release his second memoir, More Life with Deth, in November and he’s taking his bass on the road to support it. Following the final dates of the Midwest leg, his “Basstory: An Intimate Evening Of Riffs And Repartee With David Ellefson” tour will be coming to the... »

  • Whose Hat Is This? Announces “Everything’s OK?” Tour

    Whose Hat Is This? Announces “Everything’s OK?” Tour

    Whose Hat Is This? has a new album coming in November called Everything’s OK?, and they’ve just announced a tour to lead up to its release. The “Everything’s OK” tour will see the band starting in New York City before jumping down to Mobile, Alabama so they can snake their way back up the East... »

  • Bob Dylan Announces U.S. Tour Dates with Tony Garnier

    Bob Dylan Announces U.S. Tour Dates with Tony Garnier

    The one and only Bob Dylan is going back out on the road again this fall for his first United States tour of the year. Starting in Midland, Texas, the bard will blanket the South throughout October before heading north mid-November. The run will include a seven-night run at the Beacon Theatre in New York... »