English David Gray is not one to rest on his laurels; 12 million album sales, the best selling album in Ireland ever with 'White Ladder' and a BAFTA nomination for his soundtrack work on Amma Assante's 2004 film 'A Way Of Life'. After the double album Foundling in 2010, he's back on the road, previewing material from his forthcoming new record.
The R&B and soul heart-throb has already amassed nine Grammy Awards, the special Starlight Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame and four studio albums in his short career. The singer-songwriter, producer and philanthropist is touring across North America in support of his 2013 album Love in the Future.
Few bands have a reputation for making music as consistently honest, organic and daring as Gov't Mule. This enduring group fronted by visionary singer-guitarist Warren Haynes returns with their first album in four years - their Blue Note Records debut Shout!, and with a nationwide tour to celebrate!
See the evolutionary force that is Bob Weir and Ratdog, the creative offshoot of the Grateful Dead. With billowing, snarling rock and blues sounds, mixed with jazz and rhythm guitar, and a set list numbering over 100 songs, Ratdog are the perfect way to recreate the intensity and energy for all Deadheads.
Although they were formed on Memorial Day in 1986, It was 1998's multi-platinum album 'Dizzy up the Girl' (including super-hits 'Iris' and 'Slide') that made the Goo Goo Dolls. Perfectly encapsulating the sound of the 90's, 'Iris' was ranked number 1 on Billboard's chart of "Top 100 Pop Songs from 1992-2012" with two other songs in the top 30 alone. Now, these rock stalwarts are heading out on an epic Co-headlining tour with unshakable rockers Daughtry. Playing at some of the country's best outdoor venues this Summer, along with double Grammy nominees Plain White T's,'Hey There Delilah' as special guests, you can expect a rockin' evening of great tunes, good vibes and party like no other.
What's better than one classic rock band from Illinois? Why, two classic rock bands from Illinois of course. REO Speedwagon and Chicago have joined forces for a co-headlining tour which will run for the month of August. Both bands careers have spanned the decades, selling countless millions of records between them. Chicago's commercial peak came with 1976's Number 1 single If You Leave Me Now, while REO are maybe most popularly known for their power-ballad Can't Fight this Feeling Anymore, which has been covered by everyone from Russell Brand (in the movie Rock of Ages) to Glee. The two groups will performs their own mini-sets before joining together for the encore. The only problem will be choosing which tracks to pluck from their two mammoth catalogues.
America is getting a taste of Scandinavia this October. Swedish pop wunderkind Robyn and Norwegian electro duo Royksopp are touring the US together in support of their forthcoming Do it Again EP. These two have collaborated before, with Robyn providing the vocals for Roysop's The Girl and the Robot, while they returned the favour by producing her track None of Dem in 2010. They both specialise in crystal clear, infectious electro-pop, so these joint dates should be something special.
Yanni, in collaboration with legendary producer Ric Wake, has discovered and developed four of the most extraordinary young voices in music today. Two years in the making, Yanni returns to the global stage with a dazzling new tour. For the first time ever, Yanni re-interprets his classic compositions and debuts new music introducing show-stopping vocalists Nathan Pacheco, Chloe, Ender Thomas and Leslie Mills.
Nickelodeon's latest popular preschool music group and stars of the hit TV series of the same name are hitting the road for the first time.