Kicking off their tour in support of the release of their sixth studio album. Linkin Park kicks off their The Hunting Party Tour this January 15th in Orlando, Florida and conclude in Edmonton, Canada. This was done as a follow up to their upcoming US headliner with AFI and Thirty Seconds to Mars, announcing that the band will be in the UK and Europe this November for the Hunting Party Tour. Support is also coming from Rise Records’ outfit, Of Mice & Men. Get all your Linkin Park tickets at alliancetickets.com.
Linkin Park has grown into one of America’s largest and heaviest rock bands. With this new album they are kicking their sound back up to the heavy their fans love about them. The Hunting Party album is their hardest album they have released so far. The mix of punk, thrash, and hard rock is very experimental and brave from the band that had started moving over into electronic territory on their last two albums. This is not the only thing different on this new album. Guitarist Brad Delson, who has not used his axe in recent years very much. He not only delivers great crushing riffs, and on nearly every track he lays down an amazing guitar solo. This is also the band’s first record that will feature cameos by outside musicians, Rage Against the Machine, System of a Down, and Helmet all collaborated together and it is also the first album of theirs that is completely self-produced. The end result of all of these experiments is an album that is aggressive and progressive. While still being able to maintain the style Linkin Park is so well known and loved for.
The tour is set to hit several cities that haven’t seen Linkin Park in several years and Linkin Park thinks these towns are where rock was born and now overlooked. Austin Carlile, Of Mice and Men recently had this to say about Linkin Park. “We are really excited to be joining Linkin Park on The Hunting Party Tour. I performed the song “Faint” with them recently at The Hollywood Bowl and it was incredible. Can’t wait to bring that experience to all our dedicated fans across America, The opportunity to tour with a band that inspired me to pursue music is mind blowing”. You and your friends are not going to want to miss this amazing collaboration of musical artists and the genius they create when they come together on this tour.
The Canadian Rock band we know and love as Nickelback recently announced their upcoming, No Fixed Addresses tour that will kick off in Allentown, PA on February 14 and will span 61 cities over eight months. The tour is divided into two legs that will zig-zig across the U.S. and Canada. It concludes in Atlanta on August 29. The tour is in support of their No Fixed Addresses album. The tour will feature The Pretty Reckless as the opening act on select dates. Citi card members can purchase pre-sale tickets.
Nickelback one of the most successful commercial Canadian groups having sold more than 50 million albums worldwide and they rank as 11th best-selling music act and the second best-selling foreign act in the U.S. of the 2000’s behind the Beatles. BillBoard ranks them the top rock group of the decade. Their shows are high energy, dynamic and all around fun. For all your Nickelback tickets come to alliancetickets.com. Playing together since 1995 when Mike Kroeger borrowed enough money to record their first demo. While working at Starbucks before forming Nickelback, Mike came up with the name for the group because of the change he gave customers back; he would frequently say, “Here’s your nickel back”. Well Mike and the rest of the group sure know how to make each and every show VENTI….
No Fixed Addresses is named as such because the members of the group cut it in locales from Maui to Vancouver, Bassist Mike kroeger, guitarist Ryan Peake and drummer Daniel Adair worked without producer Joey Moi for the first time since 2001’s album Silver Side Up. Instead Chris Baseford, known for his work with Rob Zombie. No Fixed Addresses has a distinctive sound rooted in Nickleback style with swaggering riffs, a huge bass tone that sounds like they are just going to jump right off the instrument. This album encourages listeners to spread their wings and pursue their dreams.
Chris Brown, with special guests, Trey Songz, and Tyga announced their upcoming “Between the Sheets Tour” in 2015. The tour kicks off January 28, 2015 on a 25-city national tour starting off in Hampton, Va. Additional stops along the way will be in Brooklyn, Atlanta, and Detroit, Toronto and Washington, D.C. and many more before ending at the Forum in Los Angeles on March 8.
The guys say this tour is to promote unity amongst artists and black men. Trey explained it this way, “I think it just shows an example of brotherhood, an example of young black men finding a way to work together versus against one another,” After announcing their tour at the House of Blues in Hollywood. The trio went on to perform some of the music they will be using on their upcoming tour.
The multi-platinum selling artists Chris Brown and Trey Songz, with special guest Tyga are making their way to your city soon. Get all your Chris Brown tickets at alliancetickets.com. This is one show you are not going to want to miss. These performers put on a dynamic show full of high energy, fun, dancing and lots of audience interaction. Grammy award winning singer/songwriter Brown made his sixth #1 album entry on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Chart with the latest release of “X”, Trey Songz and his latest album “Trigga”, debuted at #1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart this is his sixth studio album by the Grammy-nominated entertainer.
These men love their fans and they love to perform for them. It is evident in the hard work and long hours they put in during recording time, performing time. These artists are doing what they love and have been since they were children. Chris Brown has been performing since childhood in his church choir and several local talent shows before signing with Jive Records in 2004.
This show is going to be amazing with performances by some of the greatest voices in hip hop today. Make sure to not miss this dynamic performance.
Barry Manilow is making news again with the upcoming tour and release of his new album, My Dream Duets album is being released in the UK. The American singer-songwriter and producer best known for his recordings such as “Mandy”, “Can’t Smile Without You” and Copacabana. In 1978 five of Manilows albums were on the best-seller charts simultaneously. On the heels of the release of his new album Barry heads across the pond to go on his North American tour kicking off with 29 concerts on his agenda.
Barry Manilow has been an inspiration to many artists performing today, he has been praised by Frank Sinatra, and Bob Dylan, Manilow has produced and arranged albums for artists including Bette Midler and Dionne Warwick. He has written songs for musicals, films and commercials. He headlined in Las Vegas from February 2005 to December 30 2009 at the Las Vegas Hilton, Now called the Westgate Hotel and Casino.
Manilow has sold more than 80 million records worldwide, which makes him one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time. He performed on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol as part of A Capitol Fourth. Get all of your Barry Manilow tickets at alliancetickets.com for all of his upcoming tour dates. No venue is out of reach for all of his “Fanilows” to go see their favorite crooner. He was honest when finding out that Weezer redid “Like a Good Neighbor” when asked if he heard it, he replied. “I haven’t. What’s their name? Weezer?” While we may be completely enamored with Barry Manilow he actually doesn’t pay as much attention to his fame as we do. He admits though that when Bob Dylan came up to him at a party and hugged him telling him “Don’t stop what you’re doing man. We’re all inspired by you. Barry said that was so important to him that early in his career because the critics were just killing him every chance they got.
Barry Manilow on tour again is unbelievable and so exciting for anyone who has never had the opportunity to see him perform live and an amazing opportunity for anyone who has seen him and want to see him again. Keep your eyes open for tour dates coming close to your city.
After a few duds on Thanksgiving Day, fans were treated to quite a few exciting matchups in Week 13.
Perhaps the most thrilling as promised was the New England – Green Bay game which pitted two future hall of fame quarterbacks against each other at Lambeau Field. Besides the obvious signal callers, watching Darrelle Revis and Jordy Nelson battle it out was a thing of beauty. The game ended with the Packers on top 26-21.
The Atlanta Falcons took on the Cardinals and instead of their usual late game slide, actually hung on to win by a score of 29-18. Atlanta wideout Julio Jones torched stud Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson in one-on-one coverage for a total of 189 yards. With Drew Stanton under center, the Cardinals are not looking so much like a Super Bowl contender as people had previously pegged them.
Cincinnati took on the Tampa Bay Bucs in what ended in a 14-13 final in favor of the Bengals. Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton had the flu and played like it. He had a decent second half considering, and was able to connect with A.J Green for a touchdown in the third quarter that stood as the game winner.
The New Orleans Saints dusted themselves off from a three-game skid at the Super Dome and were able to beat the Steelers 35-32. Brees threw for five touchdowns in the victory and are now tied with the Falcons atop the weak NFC South division at 5-7.
Buffalo handed it to the Browns by a score of 26-10 led by their strong defense. The Bills created turnovers, sacked Hoyer a few times and added another six hits on the quarterback. Hoyer was eventually replaced by Johnny Manziel but to no avail.
Andrew Luck was masterful yet again and carved up the Washington secondary, to lead the Colts to a 49-27 victory over the Redskins. He is having another monster year and is on pace for nearly 5,500 yards and 45 touchdowns.
Jacksonville embarrassed the New York Giants by eeking out a 25-24 victory over the once mighty New York team. Giants head coach Tom Coughlin’s job is potentially on the line as New York has now missed the playoffs in five of their last six seasons.
Minnesota blocked and returned two punts for touchdowns on Sunday, the first team since 1990 to do so in the same game. They defeated the Carolina Panthers 31-13 in what was a battle of pretty meager teams, otherwise.
The St. Louis Rams shut out the hapless Oakland Raiders by a ridiculous score of 52-0. Fans who bought Rams tickets that day were treated to an old fashioned tail whooping.
AFC rivals Kansas City and Denver faced off at Arrowhead Stadium in what proved to be a decent game but not as great as some predicted. Denver dominated on both sides of the ball for most of the game and the result was a 29-16 victory and the top spot in the division for the Broncos.
Houston Texans’ quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick had a career day against the Tennessee Titans throwing six touchdowns with zero interceptions. JJ Watt also had a stellar outing and caught an offensive touchdown at the tight end position. Too bad neither of these teams will most likely make the postseason as they are both behind the Colts in the AFC South.
Monday Night Football was a clash of AFC East rivals Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. It actually proved to be a decent game with Miami coming from behind in the fourth quarter to beat the struggling Jets. Of course they did.
The playoff picture is starting to take shape in the NFL and the coming weeks should provide some great matchups down the stretch. Fans might want to start setting some cash aside to purchase post season NFL tickets so they don’t miss out on all the action.
Kicking off her North American tour, her first return to the stage in over a decade. Bette Midler will kick off her tour that is supporting the release of her new album on May 8 at the Hard Rock Café in Hollywood, Florida. The Grammy Award winning singer heads out to perform old and new stuff for her fans. Every single ticket bought online, entitles the buyer to a copy of her new CD, It’s The Girls! The tour is being produced by Live Nation (Justine Timberlake, Maroon 5) and Larry Magid Entertainment Group. To get your Bette Midler tickets for her 2015 North American tour, visit AllianceTickets.com.
Featured material will come from Bette’s past and from her first album since 2006. Her new album, It’s The Girls is a tribute to girl groups of the past 40’s to the 90’s. Like The Andrews Sisters, The Supremes, The Shirelles and TLC. The album was released on November 4 on Warner Bros. and then outside the US by East West Records/Warner Music UK on November 17, 2014. Bette is heading out to do some publicity for the tour so she will make several major TV appearances that include, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Nov. 5, NBC Today on Nov. 6, and Live! with Kelly and Michael on Nov. 7. She has also already released several tracks from her new album as teasers. The most popular song so far is a version of TLC’s “Waterfalls”. That track went straight to #5 on the Billboard + Twitter trending 140. Not many songs will ever bypass, “The Rose” or “Wind Beneath My Wings” but then we don’t want to replace them we are just so happy she is making music again.. The world is about to become a happier place with Bette Midler performing again in it.
Also known as The Devine Miss M, the singer-songwriter and actress has been performing for us since 1965. In her near half a century career Midler has been nominated for two Academy Awards, won three Grammy Awards, four Golden Globes, three Emmy Awards and special Tony Award. She has sold over 30 million records worldwide that’s not all either. Miss M took 4 Gold, 3, Multiplatinum albums by RIAA. She began her career in several Off-Off-Broadway plays prior to her engagements in Fiddler on the roof. This lady’s show is amazing, she puts on a dynamic show full of energy and humor and everything that is Bette Midler is coming to a city near you!
May 5, 2015 is the date to put up on your calendar all you Taylor Swift fans. She kicks off her world tour in Japan and then she hits North America and Europe before heading to Australia on December 15 2015. Taylor covered the hit song “Riptide” by Vance Joy who is supporting all North American dates and Shawn Mendes will be joining Taylor for select performances. One perk for her biggest fans is they will have an opportunity to get their tickets early. American Express Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public. Also members of the TaylorSwift.com e-mail list will also have access to pre-sale tickets. For all your Taylor Swift tickets visit AllianceTickets.com
Taylor Swift became one of Americas Sweethearts at 16 when she released her first album to the American public and we have been in love with Taylor Swift ever since. She began by playing malls doing Karaoke songs and open-mic gigs. It has been amazing to watch her blossom and grow into the amazing stunning performer we know her as today.
She kicks off her tour here in America on May 20th at Bossier City, Louisiana’s CenturyLink Center and will work her way north until late-June. After that Swift heads to Europe for 5 dates then she returns to North America on July 6th for a show at Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Center. At that time she will return to North America and play stadiums and arenas until Halloween at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium.
The tour is in support of the album 1989 that she sold upwards of 1.25 million copies of the new album. The platinum-selling artist also shared a brief trailer for the 1989 Tour. She will making time during the tour to stop in to New York for New Years Eve, for ABC’s “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2015” She will be performing live in Times Square for over 1 million people on site for the event.
In perhaps the most surprising game on the Week 11 docket, the St. Louis Rams led by quarterback journeyman Shaun Hill, defeated the Denver Broncos in convincing fashion. With a final score of 22-7, the Rams move to a 4-6 record while the Broncos fall to 7-3.
The Rams had already quietly beaten the past NFC champs Seahawks and 49ers, and blown a big lead at home against the Cowboys. Still, no one gave St. Louis a shot at this game and the way Denver played, they didn’t prepare for a tough matchup either.
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was 34 for 54 for 389 yards with two interceptions and was held to one touchdown pass, a 42-yard strike to Emmanuel Sanders. The Rams defense proved to be too much for Manning and company on Sunday and they held the Broncos several times on fourth down deep in Ram territory, preventing a Manning comeback.
The loss also included some critical injuries for the Broncos moving forward. Tight end Julius Thomas was sidelined in the first quarter with an ankle injury and will miss playing time. Stellar wideout Emmanuel Sanders is undergoing concussion protocol after being drilled by Rodney McLeod on a deep sideline throw and running back Montee Ball aggravated a groin injury that had kept him off the field for the five previous games.
This no-name St. Louis team is exciting and people should want to buy Rams tickets to head out and see how the rest of the season pans out. The NFC West is up for grabs and why not the Rams? As far as Denver is concerned, they are now looking at home field advantage for the playoffs in the rearview mirror and need to prepare to play on the road if the Super Bowl is in the cards for them.
In celebration of their Somewhere Under Wonderland album, the group has decided to embark on none other than a world tour! Counting Crows tickets will be available in Europe, the United States, and Australia! The tour begins on November 1st in Europe and ends on April 2nd in Australia, hitting up nine locations in the United States, 25 locations in all. Released on September 2, 2014 Somewhere Under Wonderland is now the seventh studio album by the famous American rock band and is considered a special one as the album is the band’s first release of original material since 2008’s Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings. Additionally, this is their first release from Capitol Records after parting with their original label, Geffen Records, of 18 years. Don’t worry about a huge change in sound, longtime fans, as Rolling Stone puts it, “Adam Duritz is still the same dreadlocked dreamer you remember from the Nineties” and Uncut insists that “they sound refreshed again here, even if their classy, Music From Big Pink-inspired roots-rock has changed little from the default settings established by their brilliant debut August And Everything After 20 years ago.” Fans are also claiming that their album “contains no filler” tracks and that they are “reestablishing themselves while staying true to their original sound”. So, there you have it; it sounds like this will be one tour you don’t want to miss!
Counting Crows are making their way across the Midwest this winter on their ‘Somewhere Under Wonderland’ tour. When they released the album it debuted at #6 on the Billboard Top 200. This makes their 6th top 10 album.
Writing for ‘Somewhere Under Wonderland’ happened during a 10 day writing session where Duritz, Powers, Vickrey and Immergluck got together in New York to write six songs and begin recoding for the new album. After finishing they then signed with Capitol Records to help them release and distribute the album. They plan on touring the Midwest to promote the album. Next, they plan to take the ‘Somewhere Under Wonderland’ to Australia, Canada and then back to the U.S and U.K. for additional tour dates.
After the release of that first debut album ‘August and Everything After’, which featured the hit single “Mr Jones” Counting Crows popularity went through the roof. Since then they have sold over 20 million albums worldwide and received a 2004 Academy Award nomination for their song “Accidently in Love”, from the film Shrek 2.
Lead singer Adam Duritz and guitarist David Bryson started out playing coffee houses in San Francisco under the Counting Crows name. The band’s name was taken from One for Sorrow, a British nursery rhyme.
This is one of the most dynamic bands performing live today. Their shows are outstanding; fun, high energy and very passionate. Critics are touting that this album is Counting Crows best work yet. The tour kicks off in Peoria, IL and continues through; Detroit, Indianapolis, and others, ending in Davenport, IA. Joining as the tours supporting first act will be, Twin Forks, the folk rock bank started in 2011 by Chris Carrabba.
No matter if you are a new fan or been a fan since the coffee house days AllianceTickets.com has what you are looking for. Counting Crows tickets are at the best prices around.
Counting Crows has always been a band that has always preferred to perform live shows. They have toured extensively as both headliners and supporting roles with other artists. They are also one of the only bands that actively encourage the recording of its concerts. The band hosts a trading network on its website to enable fans to swap the bootleg material.
Their musical influences include Van Morrison, REM, Mike and The Mechanics, Nirvana, Bob Dylan.