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Wilco reveals spring run through the SouthAlt-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 residencyRock 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 inductionStevie 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" tourCountry 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" pushPunk 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 residencyCountry 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 TopGuitar 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 marketsCountry 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. 1Taylor 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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Red Sox trade Middlebrooks to San DiegoThe Red Sox and Padres are working on a trade that would send third baseman Will Middlebrooks to San Diego and catcher Ryan Hanigan to Boston, but as of mid-Friday it had not been finalized, according to a league source.
Durant out for Lakers matchup due to ankleKevin Durant sat out Friday night's game against the Los Angeles Lakers because of a sprained right ankle suffered Thursday against the Golden State Warriors.
Rockets get Brewer in deal with Wolves, 76ersThe Houston Rockets have acquired veteran swingman Corey Brewer from the Minnesota Timberwolves in a three-team trade also involving the Philadelphia 76ers, the Rockets announced Friday night.
Sources: Rondo gives Mavs edge with O'NealThe acquisition of Rajon Rondo has given the Dallas Mavericks an undeniable edge in the race to lure veteran big man Jermaine O'Neal back to the NBA, according to league sources.
Report: Dodgers pass Yanks in owing most taxThe Dodgers have ended the Yankees' 15-year streak as Major League Baseball's biggest spender and owe more than $26.6 million in luxury tax.
Rondo 'dying to get another ring' with MavsThe opportunity to play for a contender again has Rajon Rondo feeling revitalized after leaving a rebuilding franchise in the Boston Celtics.
Sources: Padres keep dealing, get J. UptonThe San Diego Padres have acquired left fielder Justin Upton from the Atlanta Braves, sources told ESPN.
Yankees trade Prado to Miami, get P EovaldiThe New York Yankees traded their starting second baseman Martin Prado to the Miami Marlins for starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi as part of a five-player deal, the teams announced Friday.
Source: Texans expect to start QB KeenumRecently signed quarterback Case Keenum is expected to start for the Houston Texans against the visiting Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, according to a league source.
Phelps given probation in guilty plea to DUIOlympic gold-medal swimmer Michael Phelps has pleaded guilty to drunken driving in Baltimore almost three months after he was arrested.
NFL or Michigan? Harbaugh said to be torn49ers coach Jim Harbaugh's family and friends have been encouraging him to take the University of Michigan head-coaching job, but he is torn because his heart is in the NFL.
Slip of the tongue: Obama shouts out FlaccoDuring Friday's year-end White House news conference, President Barack Obama said it was a mistake for Sony to cancel the release of "The Interview" because of the threat of violence from North Korea, adding that he loved actor "James Flacco."
Five-star DT Mack decommits from Texas A&MHours after the commitment of No. 35-ranked Malik Jefferson to the Texas Longhorns over Texas A&M and UCLA, the Aggies seemingly have lost their top defensive commitment in the class.
Sources: Selig to earn $6M a year in retirementOutgoing MLB commissioner Bud Selig will receive a salary of about $6 million annually in retirement, sources told ESPN.com's Buster Olney.
It's official: Celtics ship Rondo to MavericksThe Boston Celtics have traded Rajon Rondo to the Dallas Mavericks, the teams announced Thursday night.
Winston's future call wouldn't surprise FisherFlorida State coach Jimbo Fisher said Friday that whatever decision star quarterback Jameis Winston makes -- turn pro or remain with the program for a third season -- would not surprise him.