Posts Tagged ‘Prince’

TGIF Concert News

By David Jacobs | August 23rd, 2013

This week, recording artist Sara Bareilles announced new information for her new headlining tour event. The artist will be heading out on the road to support her upcoming album called “The Blessed Unrest” which will be the singer and musicians third record. This will be the visit to the Radio City Music Hall in New York City where she will be performing during this latest jaunt during the tour. The singer will be visiting several major markets including Philadelphia, St. Louis, Boston and Athens, Ohio. The tour will officially kick off on October 6th. Fans who want to see the singer and pianist perform live will want to make sure that they act fast when getting their tickets to the event as the singer’s latest tour, called the “Brave Enough Tour” sold out in just three minutes. 

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Ozzy, Prince and ZZ Ward

By David Jacobs | April 21st, 2013

The world of rock music is buzzing right now as many are gearing up about some of the big events that are taking place in the next few months in the world of rock music. One of the biggest announcements of the week came from hard rockers Black Sabbath. The band, which is headed by legendary performer Ozzy Osbourne has announced they will be adding new tour events in North America to their current 2013 spring and summer tour. The tour kicks off on April 20th in New Zealand and now there will be four additional shows taking place in North America as well. Tickets are on sale and available to the public now.

The blues rock and soul singer ZZ Ward also made an announcement of her own when the singer revealed she would be taking the road for a new tour event to promote her album “Til The Casket Drops.” The concert is set to kick off on May 18th in Fort Worth, Texas and will include 29 different stops during this tour event. Her concert event will end on August 30th when she will appear at the Milwaukee, WI Harley Davidson 110th Anniversary event. Tickets are on sale and available to the public right now for those looking to see this performer take the stage live.