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Zac Brown Band closes the summer with more arena concerts
Zac Brown Band will close out the summer and kick off the fall with another round of arena and amphitheater shows.



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Jeff Beck, ZZ Top hit the U.S. tour trail together
Jeff Beck and ZZ Top have plans to join forces next month for a co-headlining trek that ventures from coast to coast across the U.S.



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Eddie Vedder covers John Lennon's "Imagine" in Portugal
Eddie Vedder treated fans at a recent European concert to a cover of John Lennon's iconic "Imagine."



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Live Review: Shelby Lynne and Jamestown Revival in Los Angeles
One of the better places to be in Los Angeles on Saturday night (7/26) had to be the outdoor field next to the Annenberg Space for Photography, where local music discovery powerhouse KCRW hosted a free concert featuring buzzworthy newcomers Jamestown Revival and the comparatively veteran Shelby Lynne.



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All eyes on Garth Brooks tickets as Chicago tour launch beckons
For the first time since 2000, ticket sales will begin this morning (7/25) for a full-fledged Garth Brooks tour, starting with the single announced show scheduled for September 4th in Rosemont, IL at the Allstate Arena. Brooks has not played a Chicago-area show in 17 years. Update: There are now ten shows on sale, running September 4th, 5th 6th and 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th, with two shows being performed on the 6th, 12th and 13th.



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Brantley Gilbert continues "Just as I Am" outing
Country crooner Brantley Gilbert will spend the latter part of the summer kicking off the second leg of his "Let It Ride Tour" behind his recently released third effort, "Just as I Am."



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Patty Griffin, John Fullbright head west
Grammy-winning songstress Patty Griffin will spend time performing across the western U.S. this fall, taking Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter John Fullbright along as support.



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Interpol takes "El Pintor" international
Indie-rockers Interpol are taking on their first worldwide trek in three years, hitting North America and Europe in support of the forthcoming "El Pintor."



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Beyonce, Jay-Z to share "On the Run" tour via HBO
Beyonce and Jay-Z have signed a deal with HBO to share their uber-successful "On the Run" tour with fans at home.



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Paul McCartney adds more to "Out There" run, releases "Early Days" video
Paul McCartney has added a couple more shows to his "Out There" run through the U.S. this summer, including a stop in San Diego later this summer.



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Live Review: Crosby, Stills & Nash in Bethel, NY
When Crosby, Stills & Nash took the stage around 3 a.m. on Monday morning, day three of the historic Woodstock festival back in 1969, they were just two gigs into a career that would see the trio melding vocal harmonies with acoustic and electric rock in a way nobody had ever done before.



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Sports News
Pauley Pavilion court flooded as main breaks
A massive water main break that flooded parts of UCLA's campus, including Pauley Pavilion, threatened to ruin the Bruins' home floor and do similar damage to other buildings Tuesday.
Giants' Wilson (neck) has tests, won't practice
New York Giants running back David Wilson underwent a battery of tests on his neck Tuesday night and will not practice until at least next week.
Sources: Gordon faults secondhand smoke
The legal team for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon will argue in a hearing Friday that its client has disputed test results that were caused from secondhand marijuana smoke, according to sources.
Lisicki sets WTA record with 131 mph serve
The WTA says Sabine Lisicki has hit the fastest record serve in the history of the women's tennis tour, reaching 131 mph (211 kph).
Texans owner won't judge Raiders S.A. buzz
As chairman of the finance committee, Texans owner Bob McNair's opinion will impact any team's move. With the Raiders reportedly considering a move to San Antonio, Texas, he said Tuesday he is withholding judgment until he knows all the facts.
Sources: 76ers fighting new lottery proposal
The NBA is pushing toward changes to the draft lottery system by next season but is facing a strong objection from the Philadelphia 76ers, the franchise that could suffer the most from it, multiple sources told ESPN.com.
Durant lauds LeBron's move, unsure of own
Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant congratulated LeBron James on his decision to return to Cleveland but says he's not sure if he'll play for his hometown Wizards when he becomes a free agent.
Twins add undrafted RHP with 100 mph arm
In one of their craziest scouting experiences, the Minnesota Twins have reached a deal with a 24-year-old pitcher who has thrown 100 mile per hour fastballs in a California summer league but has never been drafted.
Lester scratched from start but no trade yet
Red Sox left-hander Jon Lester will not make his scheduled start Wednesday, but he has not been traded -- yet.
Cards, CB Peterson agree to record $70M deal
The Arizona Cardinals have agreed with Patrick Peterson on a five-year contract extension, a deal the Pro Bowler said Tuesday night is worth $70 million with $48 million guaranteed, which makes him the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL.
Cards, CB Peterson agree to record $70M deal
The Arizona Cardinals have agreed with Patrick Peterson on a five-year contract extension, a deal the Pro Bowler said Tuesday night is worth $70 million with $48 million guaranteed, which makes him the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL.
Dodgers' Scully will return for 66th season
The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Tuesday night that Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will return for his 66th season in 2015.
Police: Cards' Abraham passed out at wheel
An officer found John Abraham passed out behind the wheel of his black Dodge Challenger at around 4 p.m. ET June 29 at the intersection of an Atlanta suburb after he had left the Pink Pony strip club, according to a police report.
Castro fly in 16th ends Cubs' longest game
Catcher John Baker scored the winning run in the bottom of the 16th inning after pitching a scoreless top half, and the Chicago Cubs overcame a three-run deficit to beat the Colorado Rockies 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Boeheim calls Rose 'most impressive' player
Bulls point guard Derrick Rose continues to open eyes in Team USA's training camp as he makes his way back from the torn meniscus in his right knee that cost him all but 10 games of the past season.
Riggs accidentally shoots self, out of UFC fight
Newly signed UFC welterweight Joe Riggs was involved in a firearm-related accident in his home Monday, according to UFC officials.