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Luke Bryan to "Kick the Dust Up" for most of 2015
Country superstar Luke Bryan will spend much of 2015 on the road with the appropriately named "Kick the Dust Up Tour."



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Ariana Grande gives behind-the-scenes look at tour prep
Ariana Grande has given fans a quick inside look into her preparation for the upcoming "Honeymoon Tour."



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Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts helm iHeartRadio Country Festival
Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and Brantley Gilbert are among the acts confirmed for the 2015 edition of the iHeartRadio Country Festival.



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Rush unravels 40th anniversary tour schedule
Rush has finally put the tour rumors to rest, confirming an expansive North American run in honor of the group's 40th anniversary.



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"Weird Al" Yankovic promises "Mandatory Fun" this summer
"Weird Al" Yankovic will spend much of 2015 on the international tour trail, performing in support of his most recent studio album, "Mandatory Fun."



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NKOTB plot summer excursion with support from TLC, Nelly
New Kids on the Block has unleashed a summer schedule that spans the U.S. and will feature opening support from TLC and Nelly.



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Billy Joel, Mumford and Sons, Deadmau5 top Bonnaroo bill
Iconic piano man Billy Joel will helm the 13th annual Bonnaroo, along with alt-rockers Mumford & Sons and EDM mainstay Deadmau5.



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Dave Matthews Band confirm lengthy summer stint
Dave Matthews Band will spend the majority of the summer on the North American tour trail, performing two sets each night in more than three dozen major markets.



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Linkin Park frontman injured, remaining tour cancelled
Less than a week into "The Hunting Party Tour," Linkin Park has cancelled the remaining 16 shows due to injury.



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Eminem fulfills teenager's final wish hours before his death
Hip-hop icon Eminem fulfilled the final wish of a 17-year-old battling terminal bone cancer earlier this month, meeting the teenager just hours before his death.



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War on Drugs plots more U.S. shows for spring
Indie-rock outfit The War on Drugs will return to the U.S. tour trail this summer after a successful 2014 run and their third studio album, "Lost in the Dream."



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The Grateful Dead reunite, join Trey Anastasio for final concerts
The remaining members of The Grateful Dead have tapped Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio and keyboardists Bruce Hornsby and Jeff Chimenti to perform the group's sure-to-be-historic three-night 50th anniversary run.



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Sports News
Minaya leaves Padres to be MLBPA adviser
Former New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya is leaving his job as senior vice president of the San Diego Padres to become a special adviser to union head Tony Clark.
Lynch offers statement, doesn't answer Q's
In the last league-mandated media session of the week for players in Super Bowl XLIX, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch went on the offensive a bit, but he still did not answer questions and left his designated table after five minutes.
Sherman hopes baby waits until after Sunday
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was asked Thursday what he will do if his son is born on Super Bowl Sunday.
Retiring Brodeur leaving ice 'really happy'
Martin Brodeur may one day return to the New Jersey Devils, with whom he won three Stanley Cups and cemented his place as the goaltender with more wins than any other in NHL history.
Super costly: Tickets may hit all-time high
Fans who hoped to get a cheap Super Bowl ticket are running out of time, as Super Bowl XLIX might go down as the most expensive ticket in the game's history.
Sources: Pats victim of late-night fire alarms
A fire alarm went off in the players' wing of the New England Patriots' team hotel at 2 a.m. Thursday, the second time in three days this has happened, team sources told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio.
Chase Elliott to race Gordon's No. 24 in 2016
Chase Elliott will replace Jeff Gordon in the No. 24 Chevrolet when the four-time NASCAR champion gives up his seat at the end of this season.
Haden: Browns don't think Manziel 'a joke'
Two Cleveland Browns players came to the defense of Johnny Manziel this week following criticism of him in an ESPN.com report that chronicled his rookie year.
Super Bowl prop bettors favor safeties, OT
A bettor at the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas is staring at a $50,000 payday. All they need is the Seattle Seahawks to score exactly four points Sunday in Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots.
Serena, Sharapova advance to Aussie final
Serena Williams weathered a barrage of big serves and heavy groundstrokes early, and needed nine match points before beating Madison Keys 7-6 (5), 6-2 to set up an Australian Open final against second-seeded Maria Sharapova.
Broncos hire Phillips as defensive coordinator
The Denver Broncos have hired Wade Phillips to be their defensive coordinator, league sources told ESPN's Ed Werder on Wednesday.
Irving torches Blazers for 55, clutch 3 in win
Kyrie Irving scored a career-high 55 points, breaking the arena record while LeBron James watched from the bench and leading the Cavaliers to their eighth straight win, 99-94 over the Trail Blazers on Wednesday night.
Mavs' Parsons: Harden is MVP at this point
If Chandler Parsons had a midseason MVP vote, it'd go to former teammate James Harden.
Kobe has surgery, expected out 9 months
Kobe Bryant is officially done for the season after having surgery to repair his torn right rotator cuff Wednesday.
Ex-QB Blake: Deflating footballs common
Former NFL quarterback Jeff Blake says he oversaw the deflation of footballs on the sideline right before games during his career. Speaking on "The Midday 180" out of Nashville, Blake said the practice was common.