Last week, Pete Townshend said that the Who would embark on one final tour in 2015. And apparently he means it this time. Sort of. Roger Daltrey recently clarified those plans, but confirmed that the group would indeed be performing its last batch of big shows in the near future.
Fresh off the road with the Allman Brothers Band, frontman Gregg Allman has lined up a series of solo tour dates that will keep him on the road through the end of this year and into the first part of 2014.
It's up to Ray Davies to decide if and when the Kinks reunite for a tour in 2014. But Dave Davies, the band's guitarist, makes it clear that he's up for it. In fact, he says he told his brother that now is the time because they're not getting any younger.
Frontman Lemmy still has some health concerns, but they don't seem to be slowing down Motorhead a bit. The band is set to release their 21st studio album, 'Aftershock,' on Oct. 21 in the U.K. and a day later in the U.S, and they'll hit the road with a series of concert dates this…
Blues-rockers Hot Tuna have announced 11 new dates for their Holidays Tour, set to begin on Nov. 9 in Pomeroy, Ohio. The run will be mostly acoustic shows and include stops along the East Coast and through the Northeast before returning to Michigan, Ohio and Chicago.
The Rock Meets Classic tour's mission statement promises "legendary voices of rock meeting a symphonic orchestra and a rock band." And that's exactly what they'll be delivering next year, when Alice Cooper headlines a number of 2014 dates.