Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Before we sign off for the evening, we wanted to leave you with some mammoth news. I mean, we’re talking giant, colossal stuff. To be more specific – Big Gigantic. Dates are here for the livetronica act’s “Touch The Sky Tour.”
Walnut Creek Amphitheatre, Raleigh, N.C.
Thurston Moore has more dates to do with his new band. Today Matador Records posted a brief East Coast excursion for the Sonic Youth frontman along with audio for the title track of his upcoming solo album.
Pretty Lights Music gathers up four of its artists for a 24-stop adventure. Bringing you music you can dance to will be Michal Menert, Eliot Lipp, SuperVision and Paul Basic on the “Keepin’ It Crew Tour.”
Garth Brooks has another Chicago onsale coming up. Two weeks after he began selling tickets for his multi-night run at the Allstate Arena, Brooks has added a 10:30 p.m. show on Sept. 5. Tickets go on sale Aug. 23.
Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Md.
Saying they can no longer cower in their Antarctic stronghold, Gwar lays down a two-month raucous journey beginning in mid-October. With support from American Sharks, the first half of the tour includes Decapitated, the second half Corrosion Of Conformity.
After wrapping up her support duties with Miley Cyrus last week and moving on to a handful of festival appearances, Lily Allen is now concentrating on her own headline schedule. The English singer/songwriter has announced a run of gigs in her homeland.
Charles M. Young, 63, a rock journalist who introduced America to the burgeoning punk scene at New York's CBGB in the ’70s as a writer for Rolling Stone, died Aug. 18 of cancer.
The National Football League doesn't normally pay its Super Bowl halftime acts but next year it may strike a different deal, telling artists that the show will cost them some money, according to sources.
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