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Concert News
Van Halen to mount major North American tour
Days before their new concert album arrives in stores, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Van Halen have unveiled plans for a massive summer outing that will hit dozens of U.S. cities from coast to coast.



More news: Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Van Halen

Paul McCartney, Metallica lead Lollapalooza lineup
Lollapalooza's 10th iteration will feature headline sets by the Paul McCartney and Metallica, touching just touching U.S. stages in festival mode so far in 2015.



More news: Lollapalooza, Paul McCartney, Metallica, Florence + the Machine, Charli XCX, Jamestown Revival, The Weeknd, Walk the Moon, Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark Jr.

SXSW 2015 Highlights: Doug Burr, Avid Dancer, Jamestown Revival
The fourth official day of South by Southwest Music brought not only heightened foot traffic and more music showcases, but a pretty steady downpour as well. Though rain can be a rare sight around the Austin area, the wet weather didn't keep the music or the fans away. Performances continued across the city, and we pressed on in our search for the latest and greatest.



More news: Jamestown Revival, Avid Dancer, Doug Burr, SXSW

SXSW 2015 Highlights: Heartbreaker Banquet
Brilliant blue skies, rolling Texas hills, hours of intimate roots, rock and Americana music, and the Red Headed Stranger himself -- this Texas transplant escaped the South by Southwest madness for an afternoon to venture out to the fourth annual Heartbreaker Banquet.



More news: Deslondes, Matt Sucich, Heartbreaker Banquet, Leon Bridges, Angel Olsen, Heartless Bastards, Willie Nelson, SXSW

SXSW 2015 Highlights: Elliphant, Halsey, Kopecky
The music portion of South by Southwest (SXSW) is here again, which means miles of walking, thousands of bands, and dodging tens of thousands of fellow festivalgoers to find the diamonds in the proverbial rough. Sorting through the long list of official showcases to make a nightly game plan can be overwhelming, but the hunt is worth the reward when you find music that moves you.



More news: Kopecky, Halsey, Elliphant, Kopecky Family Band, SXSW

Q&A: Don Felder
Don Felder may not be the first member of the Eagles you think of as you're humming along to "Hotel California," but his influence is as much a part of the history of the iconic band as it is in numerous other collaborations with iconic pop and rock stars, including Kenny Loggins, Stevie Nicks, Barbra Streisand and Michael Jackson.



More news: Sarah McLachlan, Elton John, Barbra Streisand, Eagles, Don Felder

Nikki Minaj makes chart history as Pinkprint tour dates surface
As Nikki Minaj was in the process of announcing the first round of U.S. dates on her current tour, she racked up a chart history milestone on the Billboard charts. Minaj is the first woman to chart four simultaneous top ten singles on the magazine's "Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop" chart.



More news: Nikki Minaj, Beyonce, Drake, Tinashe, Iggy Azalea, Lil Wayne, Rae Sremmurd, Chris Brown, Meek Mill, Dej Loaf

U2 adds a Denver stop to still-growing 2015 tour plans
Taking advantage of a gap following U2's five-night stay in Southern California, the band has worked a Denver stop into the lengthy 2015 tour itinerary, bringing the indoor phase of the tour to 68 shows.



More news: U2
Sports News
St. John's cuts ties with Lavin after 5 seasons
St. John's coach Steve Lavin and the school have mutually agreed to part ways after five seasons.
More surgery for Durant, out 4-6 months
Kevin Durant will have bone graft surgery on his ailing right foot and miss the remainder of the season, Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti announced Friday.
Fiancee: Hernandez was drunk before killing
The fiancee of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has testified in his murder trial that he was intoxicated in the hours before the killing of her sister's boyfriend.
Cubs prez, prospect at odds over readiness
Is top Chicago Cubs prospect Kris Bryant ready for the major leagues? He says yes, but team president Theo Epstein isn't so sure.
Vandy QB Robinette quits game, cites health
Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette has decided to end his playing career, citing health concerns and his desire to enter med school.
Don't bite the hand: Coyotes analyst arrested
Arizona Coyotes radio analyst Nick Boynton has been placed on a leave of absence by the team after being involved in a disturbance at the casino in Buffalo while in town for Thursday night's game against the Sabres.
Bling kings: Buckeyes get 1st of 3 title rings
Ohio State football players received their College Football Playoff championship rings on Friday morning, the first of three rings that the school will give the players.
Tanaka gets Opening Day nod over Sabathia
Masahiro Tanaka will make the Opening Day start for the Yankees, ending the six-year Opening Day run of CC Sabathia.
Tennessee fires Tyndall amid NCAA probe
The Tennessee Volunteers have fired Donnie Tyndall because the basketball coach is "highly likely" to be found responsible for NCAA violations stemming from his time at Southern Miss, Tennessee announced Friday morning.
Peeved Papi defends past, says he's HOFer
Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, in a first-person essay as "editor at large" on Playerstribune.com, reiterated that he has never "knowingly used steroids" and said "hell, yes," he belongs in the Hall of Fame.
Sam: NFL players reach out, won't come out
Michael Sam may be the first openly gay player to be selected in the NFL draft, but he said Thursday that there are more gay players in the NFL.
Indians prank SS Ramirez, park car in infield
As the Cleveland Indians took the field for practice Thursday, a BMW was parked at the No. 6 position in the infield dirt as a lighthearted lesson for starting shortstop Jose Ramirez.
Texas AD mulling Barnes' status, source says
Rick Barnes will need to make significant changes with the Texas Longhorns if he want to keep his job, a source confirmed to ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman on Thursday night.
WVU's Miles after blowout: UK 'played great'
West Virginia freshman Daxter Miles Jr., who gained national renown Wednesday with his pregame assertion that No. 1 Kentucky would end Thursday night with its first loss of the season, was far less verbose after the Wildcats' 78-39 blowout victory.
Final gift: UNC's Smith leaves $200 to players
Former UNC coach Dean Smith, who died last month, directed his trust in his will to give $200 to every lettermen who played for him during his 36 seasons as head coach at the school.
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.