The progressive psychedelic rock band Tool stormed the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center to an awe-struck crowd of 8,600 screaming fans Saturday night.
Marvelous 3 reunited for a limited run of five shows, with the final two taking place at Chicago’s House of Blues.
Singer, songwriter, and producer Jeremy Zucker returns to Music City’s historic Marathon Music Works for the Is Nothing Sacred? Tour.
Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias, and Pitbull joined forces to bring The Trilogy Tour to Chicago’s United Center for two nights.
Queen and Adam Lambert returned to Chicago’s United Center with The Rhapsody Tour for two sold-out nights packed with all of the hits.
The Aces brought their second to last show of their US I’ve Loved You For So Long Tour to Berkeley.
Ms. Lauryn Hill reunited with Pras and Wyclef Jean to bring the Fugees to the big stage at Chicago’s United Center.
Dropkick Murphys played a show in Toledo, Ohio with The Interrupters and Jesse Ahern after spending the day on the UAW strike picket line.
It was an unforgettable night as Attila rolled into Orlando, FL, promising an explosive mix of music, energy, and raw excitement.
The Soap Girls’ first visit to Raleigh, NC exposed the band’s social and political beliefs, plus a whole lot more.