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The Beatles, Moody Blues, Van Halen and more.
Paul McCartney will do his first-ever show in South Korea, at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul, on May 2nd.
In addition to Paul McCartney, other classic rock geezers at the Super Bowl included Joe Walsh and Steven Tyler.
Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band will do a free show for 50,000 people at the intersection of Figueroa Alcorta Avenue and La Pampa Avenue in Buenos Aires City on March 1st.
George Harrison and Eric Clapton‘s ex-wife, Pattie Boyd, will make an appearance on February 14th at the San Francisco Art Exchange, which is hosting an exhibit of her photos from February 10th through March 15th.
Journey will tour Canada from July 6th in Winnipeg through August 2nd in St. John’s. This is their first-ever Canada-only tour.
David Lee Roth’s website, Twitter and Facebook accounts went blank Friday night. Perhaps they will go “live” again when Van Halen announce their next release this month.
Moody Blues‘ bassist John Lodge has been in London’s Abbey Road Studios putting the finishing touches on his new album, 10,0000 Light Years Ago, which will be out on April 14th.