Miley’s first tour behind her new album kicks off on Valentine’s Day in Vancouver, before making its first stop in the States on February 16.
The outspoken rapper has pushed back a handful of dates on his current tour, but for a very good (and unfortunate) reason.
“We Will Rock You” opened at the Hippodrome Theater last night, kicking off a national tour that’s been years in the making. Brian May, the founding member of Queen, a world-renowned guitarist, songwriter and performer (and Doctor of Astrophysics), sat down with Reagan Warfield backstage to talk about how Freddie Mercury would like the musical, the possibility of Queen touring with Adam Lambert, his new book on stereoscopic photography, and the greatest moment on his career:
The Wanted head back out on the road next year for their biggest tour yet. The boy band will head to the UK, Europe, Canada and the U.S. in support of their forthcoming studio album Word of Mouth.
See Justin Bieber Get Carried UP The Great Wall of China!!
Justin just added dates in New York City, Washington DC, Buffalo, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Vancouver which extend the trip until March 5.
“We’re entertainers, and the VMAs is the perfect place for a little shock and awe. I mean the whole point was to excite and provoke and entertain.”
“We’ve gone over to [Hillary's] house a bunch,” said Kelley during an interview this week. “We’ve been writing some songs and preparing for the tour. We’re working, but then we’re also watching her be a mother. She’s really great at it.”
Here’s what we know about the *NSYNC reunion at this year’s VMAs:
Just a week after Lady Antebellum‘s Hillary Scott and husband Chris Tyrrell gave birth to their first child, Eisele Kaye Tyrrell, she and bandmates Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have announced the first leg of their […]