Since first airing in 2007, Yo Gabba Gabba! has become one of the most interesting, hip and forward-thinking shows on TV. In addition to regular contributions from Mark Mothersbaugh, Biz Markie and lovable host DJ Lance Rock, the program has hosted a slew of musical guests including MGMT, Chromeo, Of Montreal, the Shins, the Flaming Lips, the Roots, the Ting Tings and countless others. This fall, the show is taking its wild-eyed enthusiasm and inimitable sense of humour on a massive North American tour.
Leonard Cohen's neverending world tour will actually end in December with four newly announced theater shows in the western United States, his promoter said on Tuesday.
The tireless Canadian folk poet emerged from a 15-year semi-retirement in May 2008 to crisscross large arenas around the world, and will have played more than 240 shows by the time he hangs up his fedora after a two-night stand in Las Vegas on Dec. 10 and 11.
It's five years since Wellington band Trinity Roots split and turned their one waka into three. Whilst it might not have received the reaction of Take That Concert Tickets going on sale, the music press were impressed to hear the Trinity were getting back on the road.
Now Warren Maxwell (lead vocals/guitars/keyboards), Rio Hunuki-Hemopo (bass/vocals) and Riki Gooch (drums/vocals) are rejoining the bits and setting out to revive the spirit with a couple of live shows.
The Goo Goo Dolls, along with special guest The Spill Canvas, will perform in concert at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania’s Decker Gymnasium on Sunday, October 24 at 8 p.m.
Formed in 1986 in Buffalo, NY, The Goo Goo Dolls had their first hit, Name, in 1995 and have been a force on the world music scene every since. The band has produced 17 top 10 singles and has sold more than nine million albums in the U.S. alone.
Usher will reward his fans' patience in November when he finally kicks off the long-awaited tour in support of his platinum Raymond v. Raymond album. Though it won't feature Chris Brown as recently rumored, Usher is promising a major show for the 25-date North American arena tour that kicks off on November 10 in Seattle, Washington.