Rock Music News
Rock and roll icons The Rolling Stones will take off on a 14-city international tour dubbed "14 On Fire" later this winter.
Indie-rockers Band of Horses will support their impending live album with a winter run of intimate acoustic shows across North America.
Against Me! will hit the U.S. tour trail later this month ahead of the forthcoming release of their long-awaited effort, "Transgender Dysphoria Blues."
Arcade Fire have tacked a few more shows onto their 2014 major-market North American run behind "Reflektor."
Iconic singer/songwriter James Taylor has big plans for 2014, with a couple East Coast shows, a run on the Queen Mary 2 and an extensive summertime U.K. trek.
Iconic singer, songwriter and pianist Billy Joel has signed on for the first-ever music "franchise" at Madison Square Garden, joining the ranks of the sports teams New York Knicks, Rangers and Liberty.
Los Angeles-based indie-pop outfit Grouplove have unveiled plans for another North American leg behind "Spreading Rumours."
Before taking a much-earned break for the holidays, the Eagles have added a couple more U.S. shows to the continuing "History of the Eagles" run, as well as several European dates.
Prince will take a break from recording later this month for a trio of East Coast concerts ahead of the New Year.
For the third consecutive year, Casting Crowns and several other Christian performers will tour the nation on "The Story Tour 2013."