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News Roundup: Lamb Of God Tour Cancelled, Madonna Gets Booed In France And...

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This week, Lamb of God's frontman Randy Blythe went to jail on manslaughter charges, forcing the band to cancel their upcoming headlining tour with Dethklock. Madonna got in some more trouble in Paris when she finished her set after only 45-minutes of performing. Lady Gaga also made the news this week when indie director Robert Rodriguez tweeted that she'll be...

Clarence Clemons' Nephew Replaces Him In Springsteen's E-Street Band

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Ever since Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band announced that they would be launching a world tour on March 9th at the Apollo Theater in support of Springsteen’s upcoming Wrecking Ball album,  fans have been intensely curious as to how Springsteen and the E-streeters would deal with absence of E-Street saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who died of a stroke last year.  Today,...

Bruce Springsteen Announces 'Wrecking Ball' Tour Dates

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be hitting the road come March 18th. Last year 'The Boss announced that he and the band would 'absolutely' go on tour in 2012, and dates have just been announced. Springsteen will be touring to support his 17th upcoming album Wrecking Ball, which hits stores March 6th....

Bruce Springsteen Announces 2012 E Street Band Tour, New Album

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Ok, deep breaths everyone—brace yourselves.  After months of “will-he, won’t he?” after the death of saxophonist Clarence Clemmons, Bruce Springsteen has announced that he will be released a new Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band record next year.  Not only that—the Boss and his band will be launching a world tour.

Bruce Springsteen to Play Entire Album at N.J. Shows

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will perform an entire album from their back catalog each of the five nights they are set to perform at Giant Stadium the group announced late Monday night. Born to Run and Born in the USA will each be performed twice and Darkness on the Edge of Town will be...

Madonna is the #1 Tour in 2008

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Pollstar, the leading authority on the subject of concert news, has released monetary figures on 2008's concert tours.  Leading the way is Madonna, who brought in an astounding $105.3 million with her Sticky & Sweet tour.  It seems like the older the act, the better the revenue. The only groups/musicians who began their careers in the past 20 years are country acts Kenny Chesney and...