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It may not be happening for a little while – at least not in 2010, according to the legendary rock group. But if you’re a Ronnie Wood fan, you may be in luck, as rumors have him releasing a new album and possibly touring sometime this year! (More at express.co.uk.)
If you think Taylor Swift is a passing phase, don’t be expecting a quick fade any time soon. Taylor holds the title of best-selling musician of the year in 2008 in the US – that’s from all genres, not just country – and was named Artist of the Year by Billboard Magazine in 2009. Her second album, Fearless, spent more time at No. 1 than any other album in the past decade, and just this month, Taylor Swift was named the top-selling digital artist in history, with over 24.3 million digital tracks sold! (Now do you understand why your daughter wants to see her in concert more than anything else in the known world?)
Tickets are easy to buy online at Coast to Coast for Taylor Swift concerts all over the US this Spring, so check here for the full set of dates and shows!
A sneak peek from the newsletter – I hate to duplicate content, but if you’re one of those holding or wanting tickets to Lady Gaga this fall, this is important stuff.
If you’ve been online, or watched TV, or just plain been alive for the past year, you’ve heard of Lady Gaga.
Her rise from open mic night singer to superstar has been nothing short of meteoric, and her upcoming Monster Ball tour‘s been making headlines for months, especially on the heels of her ill-fated tour with Kanya West, which was called off back in October. But the news as of this week? More cancellations, including shows in Orlando, Long Island, Chicago, Detroit and Dallas.
There are still shows going on as planned, however, so if you hold Lady Gaga tickets, be sure to check the official sites for your venue to find out if your show’s still on. (And if you need a refund, don’t lose your tickets, since you might need to send them back to receive your refund!)