IN OTHER NEWS
Ringo, Elton, Fleetwood Mac, Chicago and many others.
Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band will hit Central and South America in February and March, which will be surrounded by dates in Bossier City, Louisiana; Tyler, Texas; Birmingham, Alabama; Greenville, South Carolina; and Orlando, Florida in February, and Santa Ynez, California; San Francisco; Pala, California; and Las Vegas in March.
Chicago recently visited and played for the kids at the Ronald McDonald House in Northwest Indiana.
Elton John’s show last night (Sunday) in Saint Petersburg, Russia was drummer Nigel Olsson’s 2000th concert as a member of Elton’s band.
Fleetwood Mac will tour Europe in May and June.
Jackson Browne will tour Europe and Japan in 2015.
Mick Jagger has apologized for The Rolling Stones canceling their show this past weekend in Hanging Rock, Australia. He says, “I am very sorry we had to disappoint so many of you that had planned to come. Thank you for all your supportive messages over the last few days. I really appreciate it.” Jagger was told by doctors to rest his voice due to a throat infection. Sydney is up next this Wednesday.
Dave Davies releases a new album, Rippin’ Up Time, tomorrow (Tuesday).
Yoko Ono will do a question-and-answer session Tuesday night with journalist Anthony DeCurtis at the Paley Center in New York City in conjunction with her new book, Infinite Universe at Dawn.
George Thorogood starts his Badder Than Ever tour on February 27th in Burlington, Vermont.