The Who Plan Anniversary Tour

>>> Martin Kielty, - 04/17/2014

The Who will mark their 50th anniversary with a world tour starting in the UK around Christmas, Pete Townshend has revealed.
And he's hopeful the landmark celebration will include the release of a new album – provided he can identify some strong ideas from his large archive of demos.
Townshend tells Billboard: "It will be a world tour. I'm not crazy about going on the road, but I'm in good shape. Once I start doing it, and I'm still very good at it, I'll take some pleasure from it."

Night Ranger Take The High Road

>>> Martin Kielty, - 04/11/2014

Night Ranger will release 11th album High Road in June, they've confirmed.
And they've reassured fans of 80s hits Sister Christian, (You Can Still) Rock In America and Don't Tell Me You Love Me that they'll feel right at home with the self-produced material.

As the guitarist and founding member of Journey, Neal Schon is a genuine AOR legend. And right now, he’s more famous than ever, due to his high-profile marriage to the socialite and former reality TV star Michaele Salahi, to whom he proposed on stage during a Journey concert in Baltimore in October 2012.
But Journey has always been at the centre of Neal Schon’s life. With Filipino vocalist Arnel Pineda now firmly established in the band’s ranks, the guitarist states emphatically: “There’s a lot of life left in this band.”

Fleetwood Mac Confirm Tour With Christine McVie

>>> Martin Kielty, - 03/27/2014

Fleetwood Mac have finally removed all doubt surrounding the status of Christine McVie – she’s part of the lineup for their autumn US tour.
The band will hit the road for 34 dates with singer, songwriter and keyboardist McVie back in the fold after a 16-year absence.
Mac say: “It’s official! Christine will be re-joining bandmates Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks as they launch the On With The Show tour in Minneapolis on September 30. Christine has not toured with the band since 1998’s The Dance tour.”