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  • AC/DC fan killed by train following Coachella concert

    An AC/DC fan who attended the band’s debut performance at Coachella on Friday was struck and killed by a train just hours after the show. The Daily Camera reports 23 year-old University of Colorado student Jannik Andersen died after being hit by a train in Indio, California at 3:05 a.m. Saturday, about 4 miles northeast of the site of the music festival. Andersen's friends said the San Diego

  • Jack White to perform acoustic shows before extended break

    Jack White has announced plans to play a series of acoustic shows before taking an extended break from live performances. As he winds down his “Lazaretto” tour with two headlining sets at Coachella – one last weekend and one this Saturday, April 18 – White will embark on a short acoustic tour of the only five states left in the U.S. that he has yet to play. The shows will be entirely acoustic

  • Foreigner joins Def Leppard fall US tour

    Foreigner will be joining Def Leppard on the last leg of their 2015 US tour. The pair have added 7 October shows to the run which will also include Tesla and Night Ranger. Pre-sales begin on April 15 with general public tickets on sale on April 18 (except as noted below). Def Leppard will launch an extensive North American tour with Styx and Tesla on June 23 in Tampa, FL. Foreigner team up

  • Queen and Adam Lambert expand South American tour

    Queen and Adam Lambert have added two shows to their fall tour of South America. In addition to headlining the opening night of Rock in Rio on Spetember 18, the band will also perform in São Paulo (Ibirapuera Arena) on September 16 and Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sol (Gigantinho Arena) on September 21. “We’re Back ! Rockin’ in Brazil!,” says guitarist Brian May. “Can’t wait! See ya there,


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