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Wilco, String Cheese Incident, more on Gathering of the Vibes roster
Wilco, String Cheese Incident and Weezer are among the acts confirmed for the 20th anniversary of the Gathering of the Vibes.



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They Might Be Giants mix Brooklyn residency with U.S. tour dates
They Might Be Giants will stay busy this spring, tackling nationwide tour dates in between monthly Brooklyn residency shows.



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Jimmy Buffett rolls out "Workin' 'n' Playin'" plan
Jimmy Buffett will surround his JazzFest performance with several amphitheater stops, a run he's dubbed the "Workin' 'n' Playin' Tour."



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Steely Dan, Elvis Costello take on mid-year tour together
Following their own spring solo outings, Steely Dan and Elvis Costello will join forces next month for a double bill summer trek.



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Def Leppard, Styx, Tesla spend summer on tour
Def Leppard will hit the North American tour trail with fellow '80s rockers Styx and Tesla for a throwback summer arena run.



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Bob Dylan plots theater run behind "Shadows In The Night"
Bob Dylan will spend part of the spring canvassing the eastern half of the U.S., performing at theaters in support of his recently released "Shadows In The Night."



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Kid Rock, Foreigner plot "Best Night Ever" summer trek
Kid Rock is repeating his $20-a-ticket "Best Night Ever Tour," this time bringing Foreigner along for the summer run.



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The Decemberists promote "What a Terrible World..."
The Decemberists will follow up an in-progress European run with a spring and summer outing across North America, all in support of last month's "What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World."



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AC/DC ready to "Rock or Bust"
Rock icons AC/DC will headline several major market stadium shows this summer following Coachella appearances and European stops.



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Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, more sign on for first-ever Rock in Rio USA
Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars and Metallica are among the acts confirmed to take the stage at the inaugural Rock in Rio USA this spring.



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Barenaked Ladies to rock "Last Summer on Earth"
Barenaked Ladies will celebrate the release of a new album with the "Last Summer on Earth Tour" alongside Violent Femmes and Colin Hay of Men at Work.



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Nickelback work the road behind "No Fixed Address"
Nickelback will spend much of the year on a worldwide tour supporting the band's latest release, "No Fixed Address."



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Sports News
Suh set to be free agent as Lions forgo tag
The Detroit Lions have decided against using the franchise tag on defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
PGA Tour refutes claim Tiger is suspended
Tiger Woods' agent denies a claim by a journeyman professional golfer who said in a radio interview that Woods has been suspended for a month by the PGA Tour.
Broncos place franchise tag on WR Thomas
The Denver Broncos on Monday placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on wide receiver Demaryius Thomas.
Harrington beats rookie to win Honda Classic
Padraig Harrington captured his first PGA Tour title in more than six years Monday when he won the Honda Classic by making a 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole in regulation and beating 21-year-old rookie Daniel Berger on the second playoff hole.
Duke quiet on Sulaimon assault accusations
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and the university on Monday declined specific comments on a report that Rasheed Sulaimon, who was dismissed from the team in January, was alleged to have sexually assaulted two women during the 2013-14 academic year.
Bulls star Butler expected to miss 3-6 weeks
Jimmy Butler is expected to miss three to six weeks with a sprained left elbow, the latest setback for the injury-plagued Chicago Bulls.
#VisorToss: Gamecocks' Spurrier on Twitter
Steve Spurrier, one of the most quotable coaches in the history of college football, immediately generated online buzz Monday by creating a Twitter account.
Kentucky No. 1; rest of poll's top 10 in flux
Kentucky remains the unanimous No. 1 during a tumultuous week in The Associated Press Top 25.
Bellator tries to keep Rampage off UFC card
Bellator MMA has taken legal action to prevent Quinton "Rampage" Jackson from fighting in a UFC pay-per-view event April 25 in Montreal.
McCown expects to start at QB for Browns
The Browns signed Josh McCown to a three-year deal worth $14 million, including $6.25 million guaranteed and $6 million in incentives, which is better than typical backup money. He is taking a starter's mentality to Cleveland too.
Source: Chiefs tag NFL sacks leader Houston
The Kansas City Chiefs placed their franchise tag on linebacker Justin Houston on Monday, a team source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
$1B, Like Mike: Jordan debuts on richest list
Michael Jordan has an estimated net worth of $1 billion and qualifies as the 1,741st richest person in the world, Forbes magazine said.
Vonn: Racing in foggy conditions was 'a joke'
Lindsey Vonn criticized the International Ski Federation on Monday for allowing skiers to race in foggy conditions in Bulgaria.
Gordon frustrated after hitting concrete wall
Jeff Gordon was uninjured when he crashed into a concrete wall on the inside of the Atlanta Motor Speedway backstretch Sunday afternoon, a crash that left him frustrated not just because it knocked him out of the race but also for the lack of a barrier.
Harden kicks LeBron; Rockets add Twitter jab
Rockets guard James Harden was called for a flagrant foul for appearing to kick LeBron James below the belt in Sunday's 105-103 overtime win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Heat's Bosh out for season with blood clots
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh will miss at least the remainder of the season after developing blood clots on one of his lungs, the team announced Saturday.