Judas Priest has tacked a fall run of shows onto the band's schedule, beginning Oct. 16 in Paso Robles, CA, and winding up in Toronto Nov. 12.
Classic rock legend Joe Walsh will work the road solo for a month-long trek that begins Sept. 18.
Little Big Town has canceled more dates in order to give vocalist Jimi Westbrook more time to recover.
Fans of Ed Sheeran will be able to enjoy his historic London performances on his own primetime television special.
Prince will unveil his 38th studio album, "HITNRUN," later this year, according to his backing band 3rdEyeGirl.
Futurebirds will spend the fall hitting clubs across the U.S. behind the group's impending third album, "Hotel Parties."
Willie Nelson will end the summer on the road, mixing theater performances with festival appearances. Nelson's dates extends through a Nov. 27 concert in Thackerville, OK.
The Dandy Warhols are hitting the road this fall and winter, with shows in their home state of Oregon beginning and ending the outing. The 2014 live set "Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia Live At The Wonder" was the band's last release.
Austin-based heavy metal act The Sword will release its fifth studio album next month, followed by a European tour.
Widespread Panic has will spend a little time onstage later this year, including a New Year's Eve performance in Atlanta.