Roger Waters: Trump Is a “Mass Destroyer of Everything That Any of Us Might Love”

Roger Waters’ upcoming North American tour coincides with the run-up to the 2020 presidential election, and that’s not by accident. Waters’ “This Is Not a Drill Tour” promises to be his most political outing to date, because “as the clock ticks faster and faster and faster down to extinction, it seemed like a good thing to make
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Deftones Announce Summer Tour

With a new album on the horizon, Deftones have mapped out a massive summer tour for 2020. Following a number of festival appearances across the globe in late spring/early summer, Deftones will head out on a 28-date headlining tour of North America in late July. They’ll be joined by Gojira and Poppy for the entirety
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The Who extend “Moving On! Tour” with 2020 US dates

The Who have declared fresh 2020 US dates to their “Moving On! Tour”. The trek contains shows at the Cincinnati area and Hollywood, Florida in April, as well as shows in Houston, Dallas, and Denver, that have been postponed due to illness. Roger Daltrey along with Pete Townshend Also Have reserved a six-night stint at
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Sturgill Simpson announces 2020 North American tour [Updated]

Sturgill Simpson has mapped out an extensive tour behind his latest album, Sound & Fury, and accompanying anime film of the same name. Dubbed “A Good Look’n Tour” and featuring Tyler Childers in a support role, the 40-date outing kicks off in Birmingham, Alabama on February 21st. The tour runs through the end of May,
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Blink-182 and Lil Wayne announce North American co-headlining tour

A tour is typically built off the appeal of seeing two genrically functions that were similar on one bill that was exciting. This summer will see a number of these shows around North America, from the ’90s nostalgia of Bush and +Live+, to the indie glory of Deerhunter and Dirty Projects, to the legendary hip-hop
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Phil Collins announces 2019 US tour dates

Phil Collins is still alive and well. Thus, he’s enlarged his “Still Not Dead Yet Tour” using a new leg of US tour dates for this fall. The Genesis legend will embark on the 15-date jaunt beginning September 23rd in Dallas. The itinerary also includes stops in Tampa, Atlanta, Detroit, New York, Denver, and San
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MANÁ announce 2019 U.S. tour dates [Updated]

Latin rock icons MANÁ have mapped out an extensive US tour. “Rayando El Sol Tour” crosses more than 20 dates happening between early September and late November. Tickets go on sale starting Friday, March 1st through LiveNation. Once they sell out, you can procure them through StubHub. See the schedule below. Update: With the initial
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Heart announce “Love Alive Tour” featuring Joan Jett, Brandi Carlile, and Sheryl Crow

Heart are coming to the road this summer to get their first North American outing in three years. The “Love Alive Tour”, named after Heart’s 1977 Little Queen monitor, will also include an abysmal lineup of guest walkers in Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, 2019 Grammys celebrity Brandi Carlile, Sheryl Crow, Elle King, and Lucie
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The Who announce Wembley Stadium show with Eddie Vedder

The Who’s Roger Daltrey along with Pete Townshend will return to the road this summer for that their most recent world tour.  “Moving On! Tour”, because it’s been dubbed, will observe the classic rock legends joined on stage by a local symphony orchestra. Already The Who have mapped from the North American leg of this tour.
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The Who map out 2019 “Moving On! Tour”

The Who have revealed dates for their upcoming “Moving On! Tour”, a 29-city outing that comes in service of this band’s first new album in 13 years. The tour is divided into two individual legs, the first of that kicks off at Grand Rapids, MI on May 7th and is emphasized by a date at
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