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Bon Jovi racks up 2008's top-grossing tour

Bon Jovi put enough warm bodies in the seats this year to earn themselves the title for 2008's top-grossing tour, according to Billboard.

Best Buy gets exclusive on final Police concert DVD

Best Buy will stream the encore from The Police's Madison Square Garden concert tonight (8/7) at 10:25 pm EST, according to Sting's official website. The MSG concert, a benefit for New York Public Television, is the final show of the band's 15 month tour.

The Police To Appear On Elvis Costello's Television Spectacle

The Police will appear on Elvis Costello's new talk/performance series, "Spectacle: Elvis Costello with …," scheduled to debut on the Sundance Channel Dec. 3, according to a press release. The new show also will air on CTV in Canada and Channel 4 in the UK.

The Police say farewell with auction, live set

As The Police comeback tour makes its way down the home stretch, fans are being offered special VIP ticket packages and autographed instruments to raise money for New York Public Television.

The Police map NYC end to reunion tour

The Police will go out with a bang, not a whimper, ending their grueling 30th Anniversary reunion tour with a concert in New York City to benefit public broadcasting.

The Police to end career on charitable note

The Police have launched into the final round of dates on their 30th anniversary reunion tour, but they won't put a lid on it until they give something back.

The Police expand reunion finale

Rock icons The Police have added a few more dates to their upcoming North American jaunt, which is expected to be the grand finale of their 30th anniversary reunion.

The Police unveil final tour dates

Rock icons The Police, who last year reunited for what turned out to be 2007's top-grossing tour, have rolled out the itinerary for what they're saying will be their last-ever round of shows together, and have tapped Elvis Costello & The Imposters to occupy the opening slot.

Year End: 2007 music news in review

Bouts of rehab and canceled tours riddled the headlines of 2007, most notably by one-time pop princess Britney Spears and British soul singer Amy Winehouse. But the last 12 months proved fruitful for many musicians, including the newly reunited. Both the Spice Girls and Van Halen extended their tours due to successful rounds of sold-out shows while others, like Blind Melon, replaced lost original members with talented newbies for another chance at stardom. A handful of artists--Audioslave's Chris Cornell, Staind frontman Aaron Lewis, Lonestar's Richie McDonald--took the plunge into solo status.

The Police add North American shows

The Police have added six new dates to the next leg of their North American tour as the band, currently barnstorming European venues, continues its return to live stages.
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