Robin Thicke will continue touring in 2014. The singer announces a 15-date run, which will begin mid-February in Atlanta. We have all the dates for you below. Also, pop singer Sky Ferreira will finally release her long-overdue debut album this October. All that and more below.
- Kanye West Teams Up With Miley Cyrus On Remix:It seems like all those rumors of a Kanye West/Miley Cyrus collaboration are true. Rolling Stone reports that the two worked together on the official remix of the Yeezus track “Black Skinhead.” According to producer Mike Williams, West and Miley went right to work on the remix after the former Disney star’s controversial VMA performance. Williams said, “We went right back to work. It’s about done, just touching the beat up a little it. It sound crazy too.”
- Sky Ferreira Sets Debut Album Release Date: Sky Ferreira has set a date for her debut album Night Time, My Time. It’ll be available in later this year. According to NME, the pop singer revealed in April that she had finished the album, but in July it was announced that the record had been delayed until 2014. Now, that has changed; we’ll get to hear Night Time, My Time on October 29.
- Robin Thicke Announces Tour: Robin Thicke isn’t tired of touring just yet. He’s been on the road for a huge chuck of 2013, and has just announced that he’ll continue performing for live audiences in 2014. Billboard reports that the singer revealed Blurred Lines Tour, a 15-city run with stops in the U.S. and Canada. The tour kicks off in February. Check it out:
February 21 – Atlanta (Fox Theatre)
February 25 – Camden, NJ (Susquehanna Bank Center)
February 27 – Washington, DC (Patriot Center)
March 1 – Mashantucket, CT (MGM Grand Theatre)
March 2 – Atlantic City, NJ (Borgata)
March 4 – Boston (Agannis Arena)
March 7 – New York City (Theatre at MSG)
March 12 – Detroit, MI (Fox Theatre)
March 15 – St. Louis, MO (Fox Theatre)
March 20 – Austin, TX (ACL Live at The Moody Theater)
March 21 – Thackerville, OK (Winstar Casino)
March 23 – Denver, CO (Fillmore Auditorium)
March 26 – Seattle, WA (WAMU Theater)
March 27 – Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)
March 29 – San Francisco, CA (Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)
- The 27 Club: If you’re a music fan, then you know that many talented musicians have died at the tender age of 27. Greats like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse struggled with drug and alcohol addiction, and as a result, their lives were cut short. But there are a lot of other musicians who’ve died at 27. Below you’ll find a neat infographic about the Infamous VIPs of the 27 Club. Check it out:
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