Maluma Tour 2019! Maluma is ready to hit the road once again. The Colombian superstar announced a set of new live dates on Tuesday afternoon (Nov.14) for his U.S. tour, called F.A.M.E. The tour kicks off on March 23rd in Washington, D.C., and will make stops in more than 21 cities throughout the nation, including the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Madison Square Garden in New York and The Forum in Los Angeles.
Latin music’s youth idol and box-office phenomenon MALUMA who has been selling out concerts throughout the world, has just announced his return to the United States with his F.A.M.E. USA TOUR, which kicks off on March 23rd in Washington, DC and will make stops in more than 21 cities throughout the nation, including the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Madison Square Garden in New York and The Forum in Los Angeles.
Maluma’s F.A.M.E. Tour tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster this Friday, November 17th with a special pre-sale Thursday, November 16th (using password: FAME). The on-sale date for Orlando, FL is November 21st, for Odessa, TX and Charlotte, NC on sale is November 24th; and the Connecticut on sale will be announced soon.
Florida Georgia Line Tour 2019! Florida Georgia Line are back in 2019 with a brand-new tour, and they’re bringing along Dan & Shay and Morgan Wallen to help make it the must-catch show of the year! The chart-topping duo’s “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country” trek is in support of their new album of the same name, so this is your first chance in three years to hear Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard performing new music. And because tickets for all upcoming tour dates are on sale at affordable prices, it’s a chance you won’t have to pass up!
So check out the schedule below to find out when and where FGL will be performing next — and don’t wait another second. If you love songs like “Cruise” and “This Is How We Roll,” then you’d better score your Florida Georgia Line 2019 Tickets right away!
A capella outfit Pentatonix will embark on a massive 45-date North American tour this summer. Singer-songwriter Rachel Platten will serve as the group’s special guest throughout the trek. The first leg of the tour gets underway May 11th at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California and wraps July 7th at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys in Stateline, Nevada. The group will return to the road for their second leg August 11th at the Hollywood Casino Amphiteatre in Maryland Heights, Missouri. The run wraps September 1st at the Canfield Fair in Canfield, Ohio.
The group took to social media with a video announcing the world tour, specifically cutting out references to stops outside North America. Additional cities, countries and continents for Pentatonix’s World Tour will be announced soon. The tour announcement follows multiple 2018 album releases. In addition to their Christmas Is Here! holiday album, the group released their PTX: Presents: Top Pop, Vol. 1 album in April of 2018.
Tickets will be available for the general public on Friday, Feb. 15 at noon local time .
Pentatonix Tour Dates 2019:
May 11 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
May 14 – Fresno, CA @ Save Mart Center
May 16 – Inglewood, CA @ The Forum
May 19 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
May 21 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
May 23 – San Antonio, TX @ AT&T Center
May 25 – Huntsville, AL @ Von Braun Center
May 26 – Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
May 30 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex
June 1 – Orlando, FL @ Amway Center
June 2 – Augusta, GA @ James Brown Arena
June 4 – Allentown, PA @ PPL Center
June 6 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
June 8 – Worcester, MA @ DCU Center
June 9 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Mark G. Etess Arena
June 11 – Montreal, QC @ Centre Bell
June 13 – Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun
June 15 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
June 16 – Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena
June 18 – Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum
June 20 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
June 22 – Moline, IL @ TaxSlayer Center
June 23 – Green Bay, WI @ Resch Center
June 25 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
June 26 – Fargo, ND @ Fargodome
June 28 – Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome
June 30 – Edmonton, AB @ Rogers Place
July 2 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
July 3 – Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
July 6 – Las Vegas, NV @ Mandalay Bay Events Center
July 7 – Stateline, NV @ Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
August 11 – Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
August 13 – Kansas City, MO @ Starlight Theatre
August 14 – Springfield, IL @ Illinois State Fairgrounds
August 15 – Highland Park, IL @ Ravinia Festival
August 17 – Des Moines, IA @ Iowa State Fair
August 19 – Brandon, MS @ Brandon Amphitheater
August 20 – Orange Beach, AL @ The Wharf Amphitheater
August 22 – Tuscaloosa, AL @ Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
August 24 – Jacksonville, FL @ Dailey’s Place
August 26 – Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
August 27 – Canandaigua, NY @ Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center: CMAC
August 29 – Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
August 31 – Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
September 1 – Canfield, OH @ Canfield Fair
Ariana Grande took to Twitter today (Aug. 8) to announce a performance series titled “American Express x Ariana Grande: The Sweetener Sessions” in support of her upcoming album. Grande will treat fans to three exclusive performances at small venues in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles following the release of Sweetener, with the first event taking place at New York City’s Irving Plaza after the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 20. Grande will then perform at The Vic in Chicago, Ill. on Aug. 22, and at Los Angeles’ Ace Theater on Aug. 25.
Grande embraced a more uncompromising vision with her third album Dangerous Woman. With People noting that the record “celebrates feminine might,” Entertainment Weekly praised Grande for “having something meaningful to say with that jaw-dropping voice — one of the most exquisite in pop today.” Grande wrapped up her widely lauded Dangerous Woman Tour in support of the album last year, performing 85 arena shows worldwide. Prior to the arrival of Sweetener, her recent single ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ debuted at #1 on iTunes in 88 countries worldwide.
Tickets will be available exclusively to American Express Card members beginning on Thursday.
John Mayer has a bustling spring and summer in front of him. The guitarist declared on Tuesday that he will head back abroad for a keep running of solo visit dates in Australia and Asia, starting in late March and proceeding through mid-April. The performance visit will commence Mayer’s 2019 show crusade, which proceeds into the late spring with the recently reported Dead and Company summer visit beginning on May 31st.
Mayer’s universal solo shows start in Auckland, New Zealand on March 23rd, trailed by a trio of Australian exhibitions on March 25th, 27th, and 29th. The visit proceeds into April with stops crosswise over southeast Asia including Singapore; Bangkok, Thailand; Jakarta, Indonesia; Hong Kong, China; trailed by two exhibitions in Tokyo, Japan to finish things off on April tenth and eleventh. Tuesday evening’s declaration did not broadly expound regarding which settings Mayer would play amid the Asia leg of the visit, yet stated that ticket and show data for those urban areas will be reported in the up and coming weeks.
Mayer’s spring solo shows are set to incorporate two arrangements of music, with more tunes in turn than any other time in recent memory as indicated by the 41-year-old guitarist, who discharged his seventh studio collection, The Search for Everything, back in April 2017. Mayer’s 2017 world visit in advancement of the new collection included the arrival of the John Mayer Trio, with bassist Pino Palladino and drummer Steve Jordan. Mayer did not indicate regardless of whether the two performers would go along with him on the spring visit, yet fans ought to be hopeful.
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Mayer has endeavored to extend his inventive capacities past only that of the performance pop/shake domain in 2018. He collaborated with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker for a track included on Travis Scott’s 2018 collection, Astroworld. He’s additionally exploited his comedic capacities and love for web based life with another week after week arrangement titled “Current Mood”, which pretense most Sunday evenings on his Instagram.
though it has a smaller fan base in comparison with pop and hip hop,
country music is one of the best genre ever existed. The community of
country music fans is well knowledgeable about the genre, some prefer
Cajun, Ameripolitan and Country folk others prefer Bro-country, Red Dirt
and Talking blues, but no matter what genre people listens to the most,
country music is soul purifying. Nowadays however, modern country music
is one of the most common, and of of the leaders of such genre is Luke
Luke Bryan is the singer of two of the most famous country songs, “That’s My Kind of Night.” and “Drink a Beer”, his first album is “I’ll Stay Me” he released it after he finished his High School which was the first reason why he moved to Nashville from Georgia. The album came as a good omen to Bryan, it helped him earn an award for the best new male vocalist that was presented by the Academy of country music.
Music is not the only thing that fills Bryan’s life, when he is not doing an music projects, he works as a member if the Make-A-Wish foundation and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, not only this he also does other charity works alongside with raising funds for various organizations. Last year (2015) have witnessed the release of his newest album under the title of Kill the Lights and the first single only have recorded positive impressions on iTunes and Youtube.
For the fans of Luke
Bryan, you should feel lucky because the singer is now officially
attending the CMT Crossroad of 2016 that will take place in June 27. The
announcement was first introduced to the public in the last days of
2015 during network’s annual meeting. With this announcement it was also
declared that the series will start on march 24, 2016 and it is
expected to be opened by the lovely Jennifer Nettles. This year’s
version of CMT Crossroad will feature plenty of celebrities that are
known for their extraordinary Country Music art. The first episode which
will feature Luke Bryan will also feature others celebrity like Rob
Thomas, Charles Kelley, Nick Jonas and Thomas Rhett.
the business, joy of singing and charity work, Luke Bryan was confronted
by a family issue very recently. His sister passed away in 2007 leaving
her husband with a son, unfortunately in 2015, the brother-in-law had
also died leaving the boy orphaned and with no one to care for him, this
however, has made a space for Luke’s family to take a decision, and it
was not too long since they announced that they accepted the son to
their household acknowledging him as their son. Til the kid is now 13
years old and living with Luke Bryan and his wife. Luke took the
opportunity to preach and tell other families who live with the same
situation to step up and follow his step thus protecting more kids from
Luke Bryan started writing his songs for artists like
Billy Currington and Travis Tritt. In 2007, he signed with Capitol
Records then released his album I’ll Stay Me. And later, he followed
with album Doin’ My Thing and album Tailgates & Tanlines in 2011 and
Luke’s fourth album Crash My Party was released in August 2013. Except
“Drunk on You”, “That’s My Kind of Night”, and “Crash My Party”, Luke
Bryan co-wrote all his singles.
Luke Bryan’s 2011 single “Country
Girl (Shake It for Me)” took number 22 on Billboard Hot 200. And the
single “Crash My Party” topped Country Airplay chart in July 2013. And
the second single of the same album “Crash My Party” reached number 1 on
the Hot Country songs in August.
Luke got engaged to his
girlfriend Caroline Boyer in 2006 and the couple has two sons, Thomas
Boyer Bryan who was born in 2008, and Tatum Christopher Bryan born in
August 2011. One of the marking incidents in Luke Bryan’s life and
postponed his music career is the death of his brother Chris at a car
accident in 1996.
Young At Heart, a wonderful trip down memory lane for audiences to cherish!
Australian stars Tom Burlinson and Melinda Schneider accompanied by the Young at Heart Orchestra will join forces this June, performing a concert celebration of the iconic hits of Frank Sinatra and Doris Day.
Young At Heart is inspired by the hugely successful collaboration of
two of Hollywood’s biggest stars who took the world by storm in 1955
with the box-office hit movie Young At Heart, and a top-selling
soundtrack album of the same name.
A determination to faithfully recreate the lush orchestral
arrangements of that era has seen some of Australia’s very best
musicians brought together under the stewardship of musical director
Michael Harding to form the Young At Heart Orchestra who will perform
with Tom and Melinda.
Audiences can look forward to hearing Tom presenting some of the
all-time Sinatra greats, Melinda delivering the hits of Doris Day and
the two of them coming together for a selection of breathtaking duets.
Reminisce with such memorable tunes as Secret Love, New York New
York, Que Sera Sera, Come Fly With Me, Shakin’ The Blues, Mack The
Knife, Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps, and of course, Young At Heart.
Don’t miss this nostalgic evening of song and music celebrating two of the greatest music legends of our time.
Young At Heart, a wonderful trip down memory lane for audiences to cherish!
Country superstar Jason Aldean is riding his “Big Green Tractor” all across North America in 2019, and this website can help you find the best tickets for any upcoming concert! Jason’s new “Ride All Night” Tour is in support of his new album Rearview Town, so this is your chance to hear new songs like “You Make It Easy” and “Drowns the Whiskey” alongside classics like “Dirt Road Anthem” and “Burnin’ It Down.” And because he’s bringing along Kane Brown and Carly Pearce as his opening acts, you know you’re in for some great country music!
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Santana Supernatural Now Tour 2019 !Santana reported their 2019 Supernatural Now Tour with supporting act the Doobie Brothers. Tickets to the 29-date double commemoration visit go at a bargain on January 25.
Santana will praise a couple of commemorations this year: the twentieth commemoration of the arrival of the Grammy Award-winning collection Supernatural and the 50th commemoration of the incredible band’s execution at the 1969 Woodstock music celebration.
“Both were fantastic minutes throughout my life,” said guitarist Carlos Santana. “Woodstock and Supernatural took me to places I never envisioned were conceivable. I grasped those mind blowing minutes in my existence with my entire being. Both were incomparable exercises in looking after center, heart and uprightness in each progression consistently and to endeavor to better oneself with an exclusive expectation on and off the stage. I can’t think about these two minutes without considering Mr. Bill Graham and Mr. Clive Davis. They are two of numerous holy messengers throughout my life that helped shape my profession.”
Santana will set out on the Supernatural Now Tour on June 22 in Phoenix, Arizona. The commemoration visit proceeds in California, Washington and Oregon and into July with shows in Utah, Colorado, Texas and Missouri. In August, the visit will stop in Minnesota, Illinois, Ontario (Canada), Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Washington D.C., New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York. The finale is set for August 25 in Wantagh, New York.
Lynyrd Skynyrd 2019 !(articulated/ˌlɛnərd ˈskɪnərd/LEN-ərd-SKIN-ərd) is a Southern Rock band, shaped in Jacksonville, Florida, USA in 1964. The band ended up unmistakable in the Southern United States in 1973, and rose to overall acknowledgment before three individuals and one street group part passed on in a plane accident in 1977. The band improved in 1987 for a gathering visit with lead artist Ronnie Van Zant’s more youthful sibling Johnny as the frontman. Lynyrd Skynyrd keeps on visiting and record. Of its unique individuals, just Gary Rossington stays with the band starting at 2010. The band was enlisted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 13, 2006.
In the mid year of 1964, high school companions Ronnie Van Zant, Allen Collins, and Gary Rossington, shaped the band “The Noble Five”, which at that point changed in 1965 to “My Backyard”, when Larry Junstrom and Bob Burns participated in Jacksonville, Florida. Their initial impacts included British Invasion groups, for example, Free, The Yardbirds, The Rolling Stones, and The Beatles, just as Southern blues and nation and western music. In 1968, the gathering won a nearby Battle of the Bands challenge and the opening space on a few Southeast shows for the California-based hallucinogenic musical crew Strawberry Alarm Clock.
In 1970, Van Zant looked for another name. “One Percent” and “The Noble Five” were each considered before the gathering settled on Leonard Skinnerd, a taunting tribute to a physical-instruction instructor at Robert E. Lee High School, Leonard Skinner, who was infamous for entirely authorizing the school’s strategy against young men having long hair. The more unmistakable spelling was embraced before they discharged their first collection. In spite of their secondary school rancor, the band built up a friendlier association with Skinner in later years, and welcomed him to present them at a show in the Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum.
In 1970, the band tried out for Alan Walden, who might later turn into their administrator on the recently framed Hustler’s Inc. Walden worked with the band until 1974, when the board was swung over to Pete Rudge. The band kept on performing all through the South in the mid 1970s, further building up their hard-driving, blues-shake sound and picture, and trying different things with making studio chronicles.
Amid this time, they experienced various part changes, with Van Zant, Collins and Rossington remaining the main constants. Consumes and Junstrom left the band, and were quickly supplanted by Rickey Medlocke on drums and Greg Walker on bass. In 1971, with this lineup, they made a few chronicles at the celebrated Muscle Shoals studio. When they made a second round of Muscle Shoals accounts in 1972, Burns had rejoined the band and Leon Wilkeson had moved toward becoming Larry Junstrom’s lasting substitution on bass, with Medlocke and Walker having left to play with the southern musical gang Blackfoot. Around this time, the band every so often played shows with the two Burns and Medlocke partaking, using a double drummer approach like that of The Allman Brothers. Additionally in 1972, roadie Billy Powell turned into the keyboardist for the band.
Pinnacle years (1973– 1977)
In 1972 the band was found by artist, musician, and maker Al Kooper of Blood, Sweat, and Tears, who had gone to one of their shows at a club in Atlanta. They changed the spelling of their name to “Lynyrd Skynyrd”, (articulated ‘lĕh-‘nérd ‘skin-‘nérd) and Kooper marked them to MCA Records, delivering their first collection (articulated ‘lĕh-‘nérd ‘skin-‘nérd). Leon Wilkeson left just before the band was to record the collection (Wilkeson rejoined the band presently at Van Zant’s welcome and is envisioned on the collection spread). Strawberry Alarm Clock guitarist Ed King joined the band and played Wilkeson’s parts on the collection, alongside some guitar. Ruler changed to guitar after the collection’s discharge, enabling the band to reproduce the three-guitar blend utilized in the studio. Discharged January 1, 1973, the collection highlighted the hit melody “Free Bird”, which got national airplay, in the long run coming to #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 graphs, is as yet considered a stone and move song of devotion today.
Lynyrd Skynyrd’s fan base kept on developing quickly all through 1973, to a great extent because of their opening space on The Who’s Quadrophenia visit in the United States. On their 1974 development, Second Helping, the band effectively maintained a strategic distance from sophomore droop, with King, Collins and Rossington all working together with Van Zant on the songwriting. The collection was the band’s achievement hit, and included their most well known single, “Sweet Home Alabama” (#8 on the outlines in August 1974), a reaction to Neil Young’s “Alabama” and “Southern Man.” (Young and Van Zant were not rivals, however aficionados of one another’s music and great companions; Young even composed the melody “Powderfinger” for the band, yet they never recorded it. Van Zant, in the interim, can be seen on the front of Street Survivors wearing a Neil Young shirt.) The collection came to #12 in 1974, in the end going multi-platinum. In July of that year, Lynyrd Skynyrd was one of the feature demonstrations at The Ozark Music Festival at the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia, Missouri.
In January, 1975, Burns left the band and was supplanted by Kentucky local Artimus Pyle on drums. Lynyrd Skynyrd’s third collection, Nuthin’ Fancy, was discharged that year. The collection had lower deals than its ancestor, and Kooper was inevitably terminated. Halfway through the visit, Ed King left the band, refering to visit fatigue. In January 1976, reinforcement vocalists Leslie Hawkins, Cassie Gaines and JoJo Billingsley (all in all known as The Honkettes) were added to the band, in spite of the fact that they were not considered as official individuals. Lynyrd Skynyrd’s fourth collection Gimme Back My Bullets was discharged in the new year, however did not make indistinguishable progress from the past two collections. Van Zant and Collins both felt that the band was genuinely missing the three-guitar assault that had been one of its initial trademarks. In spite of the fact that Skynyrd tried out a few guitarists, including such prominent names as Leslie West, the arrangement was nearer than they understood.
Not long after in the wake of joining Skynyrd, Cassie Gaines started touting the guitar and songwriting ability of her more youthful sibling, Steve. The lesser Gaines, who drove his own band, Crawdad (which once in a while would play out Skynyrd’s “Saturday Night Special” in their set), was welcome to try out in front of an audience with Skynyrd at a show in Kansas City on May 11, 1976. Loving what they heard, the gathering likewise stuck casually with the Oklahoma local a few times, at that point welcomed him into the gathering in June. With Gaines ready, the recently reconstituted band recorded the twofold live collection One More From the Road at the Fox Theater (Atlanta, Georgia) in Atlanta, and performed at the Knebworth celebration, which additionally highlighted The Rolling Stones.
Both Collins and Rossington had genuine auto crashes over Labor Day weekend in 1976 which hindered the chronicle of the subsequent collection and constrained the band to drop some show dates. Rossington’s mishap enlivened the unpropitious “That Smell” – a wake up call about medication misuse that was plainly pointed towards him and no less than one other band part. Rossington has conceded over and again that he’s the “Ideal man” of the tune who smashed his vehicle into an oak tree while alcoholic and stoned on Quaaludes. Van Zant, in any event, was making a genuine endeavor to get it together and diminish the cycle of drank up fighting that was a piece of Skynyrd’s notoriety.
1977’s Street Survivors ended up being a feature for guitarist/vocalist Steve Gaines, who had joined the band only a year sooner and was making his studio debut with them. Freely and secretly, Ronnie Van Zant wondered about the different abilities of Skynyrd’s most current part, guaranteeing that the band would “all be in his shadow one day.” Gaines’ commitments incorporated his co-lead vocal with Van Zant on the co-stated “You Got That Right” and the animating guitar boogie “I Know A Little” which he had composed before he joined Skynyrd. So certain was Skynyrd’s pioneer of Gaines’ capacities that the collection (and a few shows) included Gaines conveying his self-wrote soul-filled “Ain’t No Good Life” – the main melody in the pre-crash Skynyrd inventory to highlight a lead vocalist other than Ronnie Van Zant. The collection additionally incorporated the hit singles “What’s Your Name” and “That Smell”. The band was balanced for their greatest visit yet, including satisfying Van Zant’s deep rooted dream of featuring New York’s Madison Square Garden.
Plane accident (1977)
On Thursday, October 20, 1977, only three days after the arrival of Street Survivors, and five shows into their best featuring visit to date, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s contracted Convair 240 came up short on fuel close as far as possible of their departure from Greenville, South Carolina, where they had quite recently performed at the Greenville Memorial Auditorium, to LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In spite of the fact that the pilots endeavored a crisis arrival on a little airstrip, the plane smashed in a woodland in Gillsburg, Mississippi. Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, Cassie Gaines, right hand street supervisor Dean Kilpatrick, pilot Walter McCreary and co-pilot William Gray were altogether executed on effect; alternate bandmembers endured genuine wounds.
Following the accident and the resulting press, Street Survivors turned into the band’s second platinum collection and came to #5 on the U.S. collection graph. The single “What’s Your Name” came to #13 on the single airplay outlines in January 1978.
The first spread sleeve for Street Survivors had included a photo of the band, especially Steve Gaines, overwhelmed on fire. Keeping in mind the perished (and in line with Teresa Gaines, Steve’s widow), MCA Records pulled back the first spread and supplanted it with a comparable picture of the band against a straightforward dark foundation. After thirty years, for the special CD rendition of Street Survivors, the first “blazes” spread was reestablished.
Lynyrd Skynyrd disbanded after the catastrophe, rejoining only once to pe