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Wilco reveals spring run through the South
Alt-rock mainstay Wilco has announced plans to hit the tour trail next spring, confirming a handful of Southern shows.



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Iggy Azalea readies for "The Great Escape"
Iggy Azalea has announced the dates for her second nationwide tour, dubbed "The Great Escape," which will feature special guest Nick Jonas.



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Billy Joel adds 21st date to NYC residency
Rock icon Billy Joel continues his record-breaking run at New York City's Madison Square Garden Arena, selling out 19 gigs and adding a 21st performance to the schedule.



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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble get Rock Hall induction
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Green Day and Lou Reed are among this year's inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.



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Florida Georgia Line takes on "Anything Goes" tour
Country powerhouse Florida Georgia Line has announced their second headlining trek, the "Anything Goes Tour," surprising fans watching "The Today Show."



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The Gaslight Anthem schedules "Get Hurt" push
Punk rock outfit The Gaslight Anthem have planned a U.S. road trip in the New Year, following a handful of Australian shows, all in support of the recently released effort, "Get Hurt."



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Reba McEntire, Brooks & Dunn collaborate for Vegas residency
Country mainstay Reba McEntire will co-headline a Las Vegas residency with reunited duo Brooks & Dunn.



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U2 unleash more tour dates and "Films of Innocence"
Iconic rock act U2 has boosted its "Innocence + Experience" world tour by more than a dozen new dates, as well as videos for the band's latest album and insight into what the outing will include.



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Jeff Beck plots solo run ahead of make-up dates with ZZ Top
Guitar virtuoso Jeff Beck will tackle an intimate solo tour early next year before joining forces with ZZ Top to make up several dates cancelled in September during their co-headlining run.



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Garth Brooks confirms shows in three new markets
Country superstar Garth Brooks continues his triumphant return from retirement alongside his wife Trisha Yearwood, adding a couple more cities to his early 2015 schedule.



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Taylor Swift Fills "1989" schedule, returns to No. 1
Taylor Swift has further filled out her impending world tour behind "1989," the same week the recently released album returned to the No. 1 spot on The Billboard 200.



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Royals reportedly ink Volquez, add Medlen too
The Kansas City Royals have agreed to a two-year, $20 million contract with right-hander Edinson Volquez, according to multiple reports.
Sources: Rondo trade to Mavericks imminent
A source with knowledge of the Rajon Rondo trade talks say a "deal is on course to happen tonight."
Cowboys' Murray: Decision to play is mine
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray would not come out and say he will play Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, but he said the final decision to play will be his.
Cutler: 'Crossed my mind' Bears tenure over
Despite coach Marc Trestman benching him just 14 games into a seven-year, $126.7 million contract, quarterback Jay Cutler hopes to remain with the Bears.
49ers' Harbaugh: 'Only talk about job I have'
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh would not bite Thursday when asked to comment on numerous reports that have him and his alma mater at the University of Michigan exchanging flirtatious glances.
Melo says he's been advised to 'shut it down'
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony is questionable for Thursday night's game against the Chicago Bulls because of left knee soreness and admitted before Thursday's shootaround that people close to him are trying to get him to shut things down for a few weeks.
CB Thomas rips Jets for hands-off approach
On his first day with the Detroit Lions, former New York Jets cornerback Josh Thomas said coaches there didn't really engage with him while he was a player, either.
Knee to keep Warriors' Bogut out indefinitely
Golden State Wariors center Andrew Bogut is out indefinitely after undergoing therapy on his injured right knee, the team said Thursday
Sources: Bears 'confused' by coach's discipline
A pair of Bears players say a portion of the locker room feels "confused and uncomfortable" over how coach Marc Trestman handled Jay Cutler's benching compared to the minor discipline offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer received last week.
LeBron: Cavs' talent alone won't win it all
LeBron James says the Cavs have enough talent to win big down the line. As long as every player improves as the season goes on, that is.
Kemp trade in limbo after arthritis diagnosis
The San Diego Padres were reviewing medical information before signing off on a trade for Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp with a Thursday deadline fast approaching.
Game-worn MJ shoes from UNC sell for $33K
A pair of Converse shoes that an auction house says Michael Jordan wore when he played at the University of North Carolina sold for $33,387 on Thursday morning.
Gruden: My RG III quotes always get twisted
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said regardless of what he says about Robert Griffin III, it gets taken to an extreme.
Pelini's rant on AD fuels Nebraska response
Bo Pelini was introduced as Youngstown State's new coach Wednesday, but his departure from Nebraska continues to overshadow his Ohio homecoming.
Muschamp lands rich deal as new Auburn DC
Former Florida coach Will Muschamp has agreed to become Auburn's defensive coordinator, the school announced Friday night.