Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band are going back on the road. The first leg of Seger's Rock And Roll Never Forgets Tour starts on February 27th in Toledo, Ohio and will hit 11 cities before wrapping up on April 2nd in Denver. Tickets for the first leg of the tour go on sale January 19th and January 26th.
B.J. Thomas is set to release a new album. The Living Room Sessions is due out the spring and features stripped-down, accoustic re-imagings of 12 of his most loved hits. The album also includes several guest stars.
Loads of rock 'n roll birthdays this week! Happy 68th birthday to Rod Stewart. The legendary British rocker is releasing his first new studio album in a decade this year and continues to sell out shows in 2013.
Just over six months after wrapping up their U.S. tour, Crosby, Stills & Nash are coming right back. They'll do a run of shows though the Southeast before hitting Europe this summer.
It's good news-bad news for David Bowie fans. In the wake of news that Bowie will release the new album, The Next Day, on March 12th, the Guardian (a U.K. publication), reports there will be no tour behind the album, and no interviews to promote it. By the way, Bowie's last live performance was a charity event in 2006.
Keith Richards says the reason that he continues to make music at age 69 is that he "loves to rock and roll." In his latest Ask Keith entry on his website, the legendary Rolling Stone writes, "Why stop? When you've been doing it this long, it's the enjoyment of watching other people enjoy themselves. Let's have a good time together."