The Rolling Stones may embark on a huge 50th anniversary tour next year - which could be their final farewell shows. The Rolling Stones may embark on a huge 50th anniversary tour in 2011 - which could be their last.
The band's drummer, Charlie Watts, said the group - who are aged between 63 and 69 - cannot afford to plan as far ahead as before, and may embark on one last huge tour next year.
He told Le Parisien newspaper: "We said that if we do something, it will be next year or the year after. We've reached an age where you can't look too far into the future."
Lady Gaga rolled her “Monster Ball” tour into the Verizon Center on Tuesday night and left a sold-out audience of 15,000 young girls, gay boys, suburban moms and the K Street crowd screaming for more.
This is not a PG-13 show, as evidenced by the bleeding angel statues and heavy religious and sexual imagery. This is the Monster Ball and Gaga wanted D.C. to know that she “burned the place to the f—ing ground.”
Jonas Brothers announced today an all-new world tour schedule that now includes additional shows in both Latin America and Europe as well as second shows in major U.S. markets. The tour, spanning three continents, will feature special guest and Hollywood Records label mate, Demi Lovato and will combine spectacular production with unrivaled performances of both artists’ biggest hits. The tour will also feature music from the Disney Channel Original Movie, “Camp Rock,” and its highly anticipated sequel as well as the Disney Channel series, JONAS L.A.
The inaugural Melbourne Music event will close with a highly-audible bang on Sunday, 10 October with a free all-ages concert presented by the Victoria Rocks program.
As part of the Melbourne Music program launch today, Minister for the Arts Peter Batchelor announced the closing concert will feature performances by Keith! Party, Kate Vigo, Oh Mercy and DJ sets by the Puta Madre Brothers.
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