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Journey and The Doobie Brothers have announced plans for an expansive 2016 co-headlining trek of North America that also will feature a very special opening act: former Traffic singer/guitarist Dave Mason. The outing, dubbed the San Francisco Fest 2016 tour, will get underway May 12 in Irvine, California, and is mapped out all the way through an August 30 show in Chula Vista, California.
Founding Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks has formed a new group called Butch Trucks and the Freight Train Band, which features his son Vaylor on guitar and late Allmans bassist Berry Oakley's son, Berry Oakley Jr., on bass. The outfit has just announced plans to close out 2015 with a six-date series of shows in Florida.
As founding Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington continues to recuperate from a heart attack he suffered in early October, the band has decided to cancel the remaining two dates on its 2015 schedule.
Bob Seger may have turned 70 this past May but he apparently isn't quite ready for retirement. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer recently told Billboard that he's planning to put out a new album next year called I Knew You When, a collection of updated versions of previously unreleased tunes.
(LOS ANGELES) -- There's no doubt that Steve Irwin would be proud of how his daughter Bindi has performed during her run on Dancing with the Stars this season. Irwin has also repeatedly paid homage to her father, the late "Crocodile Hunter."
(LOS ANGELES) -- Chris Hemsworth has gone from superhero to shipwrecked.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Angelina Jolie Pitt went into menopause immediately following surgery this past March to remove her ovaries and Fallopian tubes.
(CHICAGO) -- Kristin Cavallari is a mother of three.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Chris Hemsworth is determined not to succumb to Hollywood’s mission to “turn you into a total narcissist,” so much so that he reveals in Vanity Fair's holiday edition that he moved his wife and three kids from Los Angeles to his native Australia.