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Concert News
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.



More news: Gary Clark Jr., Tyler Bryant, ZZ Top, Jeff Beck

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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Sports News
Sources: Seahawks' Lynch to end holdout
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will end his holdout and will be reporting to training camp shortly, per league sources.
Tigers get Price in 3-way deal with Rays, M's
The Detroit Tigers have acquired All-Star left-hander David Price in a blockbuster trade with the Tampa Bay Rays, a source has confirmed to ESPN's Jayson Stark.
Tigers get Price in 3-way deal with Rays, M's
The Detroit Tigers have acquired All-Star left-hander David Price in a blockbuster trade with the Tampa Bay Rays, a source has confirmed to ESPN's Jayson Stark.
Red Sox trade Lester to A's for Cespedes
The Boston Red Sox traded ace pitcher Jon Lester and outfielder Jonny Gomes to the Oakland Athletics not with an eye to the distant future, but to next season, acquiring slugger Yoenis Cespedes.
Dustin Johnson takes leave from PGA Tour
Dustin Johnson is taking a leave of absence from golf to seek help for what he said were "personal challenges."
Nationals acquire SS Cabrera from Indians
The Washington Nationals have acquired infielder Asdrubal Cabrera from the Cleveland Indians, sources have confirmed to ESPN.
Rice: 'I made the biggest mistake of my life'
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice apologized to his wife and all women affected by domestic violence on Thursday, when he took questions for the first time since his alleged altercation with his then-fiancee in February.
Bad hair day: Skins rookie regrets new 'do
Zach Hocker gave them the option. Now he wishes he had just given them a bad skit.
Yanks get Red Sox's Drew, D-backs' Prado
The Boston Red Sox have completed a rare trade with the rival New York Yankees, sending shortstop Stephen Drew to New York in exchange for veteran infielder Kelly Johnson.
Source: Giants unsure if Wilson can return
David Wilson's latest neck injury has raised significant concerns for the New York Giants, as a source close to the situation told ESPN.com on Thursday that the team would be very surprised if Wilson played for the them again.
Manziel on NFL learning curve: It'll take time
Johnny Manziel admitted publicly what has been evident on the field during the first week of Cleveland Browns training camp: His learning curve is steep.
Zimmer hire energized 'unhappy' Peterson
If there was ever a point in Adrian Peterson's career with the Minnesota Vikings when he could have thought seriously about leaving, the end of last season could have been it.
FSU starts No. 1 in preseason coaches' poll
The Florida State Seminoles aren't going anywhere, as the defending national champions are the No. 1 team in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll, which was released Thursday.
Pacers' George: Ready to live up to pressure
It seemed like July was a bit of a bad month for the Indiana Pacers, with Lance Stephenson bolting to Charlotte after what seemed like an unnecessary contract dispute and LeBron James signing with a division rival.
Cards land Lackey, send Craig to Red Sox
The Boston Red Sox have traded veteran pitcher John Lackey to the St. Louis Cardinals for outfielder Allen Craig and right-hander Joe Kelly, a league source confirmed to ESPNBoston.com's Gordon Edes.
NBA putting its social media handle on ball
The NBA announced Thursday that it would be putting its social media identifier, @NBA, right under the words "official game ball," becoming the first league to usher social media literally into the players' hands.