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Paul McCartney has added six more dates to the U.S. leg of his ongoing Out There Tour on top of the four he revealed last week. Among the newly announced shows will be his first-ever full headlining concerts in Lubbock, Texas, and Jacksonville, Florida, as well as stops in Dallas, Atlanta, Nashville and Salt Lake City.
This past October, Who singer Roger Daltey revealed to Rolling Stone that his band was planning to launch a 50th anniversary tour sometime in 2015, but now guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend is reporting that the trek will get under way a bit earlier. Townshend tells Billboard that the outing will start around Christmastime in the United Kingdom and then will make its way to North America next year.
AC/DC has confirmed that while the band is not retiring, guitarist Malcolm Young is in fact suffering from a health crisis that will force him to step away from the band.
Chicago will return this summer with a new album called NOW – also known as Chicago 36. The project was put together on a mobile recording system called The Rig, which was spearheaded by longtime trumpet player Lee Loughnane, in hotel rooms and other locations across the country while the band was on tour.
So the truth is, AC/DC is not retiring, but one member of the band is indeed ill. That's according to frontman Brian Johnson, who tells Wednesday's edition of London's Telegraph newspaper, "We are definitely getting together in May in Vancouver. We're going to pick up some guitars, have a plonk, and see if anybody has got any tunes or ideas. If anything happens, we'll record it."
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) -- Miley Cyrus is being forced to cancel another concert because of illness.
(NEW YORK) -- Valerie Harper has gained ground in her battle with brain cancer.
(NEW YORK) -- To mark Barbara Walters' retirement, The View is making television history on May 15 by bringing together all 11 co-hosts to celebrate her legendary career.
(DETROIT) -- Comedian Artie Lange was hospitalized in the Detroit area on Tuesday after going into diabetic shock.