Country powerhouse Florida Georgia Line has announced their second headlining trek, the "Anything Goes Tour," surprising fans watching "The Today Show."
Punk rock outfit The Gaslight Anthem have planned a U.S. road trip in the New Year, following a handful of Australian shows, all in support of the recently released effort, "Get Hurt."
Country superstar Garth Brooks continues his triumphant return from retirement alongside his wife Trisha Yearwood, adding a couple more cities to his early 2015 schedule.
Taylor Swift has further filled out her impending world tour behind "1989," the same week the recently released album returned to the No. 1 spot on The Billboard 200.
U2 will spend much of 2015 on the "Innocence + Experience" tour, despite frontman Bono's recent bike accident.
Ian McLagan, an English keyboardist well known for his time in the Faces and Small Faces, passed away Wednesday (12/3) in an Austin, TX, hospital.
With U2 frontman Bono on the mend after a bike accident last month, Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay's Chris Martin helmed the remaining U2 band for the World AIDS Day concert Monday (12/1).
Katy Perry has been tapped to perform the halftime the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show early next year.