2013 promises to be a busy year with rock 'n roll acts on the road. Here's a quick list of what is schedule to happen and what MAY happen:
Touring: Fleetwood Mac, Bruce Springsteen, Rod Stewart & Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Steve Miller, Elton John, The Doobie Brothers, The Who, KISS and Van Halen.
Tours that could happen: Rolling Stones, Eagles (40th anniversary), along with new albums from Paul McCartney, Bob Seger and U2.
The Fleetwood Mac tour (and possible new album) has received the most publicity so far for 2013.
Recently Sir Paul McCartney gave an interview in which he said Yoko Ono was not responsible for the breakup of The Beatles, despite that essentially being her biggest claim to fame. An interview by Yoko from the early 70s has recently surfaced in which she said, "The Beatles are getting very independent. Each one of them was getting independent." She went on to say that John Lennon "was not the first who wanted to leave The Beatles." She also said, "They were getting to be like Paul's band, which they didn't like."