Remember when Steely Dan rarely hit the road? Not anymore. After performing strictly as a studio band from 1975 through their initial breakup in 1980, the group led by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker is now set for its sixth tour since 2006.
Black Sabbath's world tour in support of their upcoming album '13' is beginning to take shape. The band, which just completed a long-awaited reunion project with original singer Ozzy Osbourne, will play New Zealand, Australia and Japan later this month. Now, a series of 15 European shows have been confirmed, beginning November 20.
Former Rolling StoneBill Wyman seems peeved that his time on stage with his former bandmates last fall was capped to five minutes. He played two songs at both London gigs and was then asked to tour America with the band. "I said for two songs? No thank you."
We're starting to learn more details -- or at least, hear some depressing theories -- about the "personal issues" that led to Richie Sambora's departure from the current Bon Jovi tour. According to one source, the decision was the result of Sambora's continuing issues with alcohol.
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