On The Road
  • Rolling Stones Get Loose With Mick Taylor in First Newark Show

    December 14, 2012 8:30 AM ET
     |  Patrick Doyle

    Seven songs into the Rolling Stones' set at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, last night, a roadie handed Mick Jagger a printout. "We're going to do a request," Jagger said, adding that fans voted for a song of their choice on the band's new mobile app. The winner? 1964's "Around and Around." "That's an old one, isn't it?" Jagger said. "We haven't done that one in a long time!" (According to fan site It's Only Rock and Roll, they last played...  | More »

  • Rick Ross Cancels Remaining Tour Dates

    December 9, 2012 7:08 PM ET
     |  Rolling Stone

    Rick Ross has canceled the remaining dates on his Maybach Music Group tour, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The last five shows were scheduled to take place over the next week in Nashville, Memphis, Houston, Detroit and New York.  The rapper had initially canceled two shows in North Carolina after reportedly receiving death threats from the Gangster Disciples gang. On Friday afternoon, his representatives told the website AllHipHop.com that although the beginning of the tour had go...  | More »

  • Video: Watch: Gwen Stefani Joins Gavin Rossdale for 'Glycerine' Duet

    December 9, 2012 3:55 PM ET

    KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas is a sentimental occasion for Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale, since it's the show where he met wife Gwen Stefani 17 years ago. And when Rolling Stone spoke with Rossdale backstage at Almost Acoustic Christmas in 2011, he immediately got nostalgic, reminiscing about the dressing room where the two met. So, last night, at the end of two years of touring, back at Almost Acoustic Christmas, the rock & roll husband and wife celebrated their history at...  | More »

  • Rolling Stones Anniversary Tour Thrills in New York

    December 9, 2012 1:28 PM ET
     |  David Fricke

    Deep into the Rolling Stones' first American concert in six years, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on December 8th, Mick Jagger paused for a few words about his band's 50 years in business. "People keep asking us, 'Why do you keep doing this?'" the singer remarked with that slight touch of annoyance I've always heard whenever I have to ask him if this tour, this show, is the last time. "You're the reason we keep doing this," Jagger told the crowd, wh...  | More »

  • Justin Bieber, One Direction Make Merry at Jingle Ball

    December 8, 2012 1:11 PM ET
     |  Maura Johnston

    New York radio station Z100's annual Jingle Ball generally serves as a pop debutante party, spotlighting the past year's biggest stars alongside artists given a song or two to make their case for a longer set next year. Text messages proclaiming love for the performers and happiness about just being there bracket the stage; deep cuts aren't explicitly forbidden, but artists rarely have enough time to incorporate them into their sets. The 2012 installment of the Jingle Ball, he...  | More »

  • Fleetwood Mac to Launch World Tour in April

    December 3, 2012 5:10 PM ET
     |  Andy Greene

    After months of reunion rumors, Fleetwood Mac announced Tuesday that they'll return to the road next spring for an extensive tour that will take them all over the globe. The trek will kick off in Columbus, Ohio on April 4th; tickets go on sale December 14th. "It's the perfect time to go back out," Stevie Nicks tells Rolling Stone. "2013 is going to be the year of Fleetwood Mac." As was the case with their 2010 tour, the band is hitting the road without a new album to support. The ...  | More »

  • Video: Watch: Drake Joins Justin Bieber Onstage in Toronto

    December 2, 2012 12:54 PM ET

    Justin Bieber helped Drake fulfill a childhood dream last night at Toronto’s Rogers Centre (originally known as SkyDome), when the rapper joined him onstage for two songs in his hometown's biggest stadium. Breaking from the usual set list on his Believe Tour after the song "Die In Your Arms," the Stratford, Ontario native told the sold-out crowd of about 60,000, "We’re pretty close to home; I want to do a special song I haven’t done on tour yet." He then began singing ...  | More »

  • Dinosaur Jr. Celebrate Anniversary With Frank Black and Johnny Marr

    December 2, 2012 10:01 AM ET
     |  Joe Tacopino

    Dinosaur Jr. celebrated the 25th anniversary of their iconic second album, You’re Living All Over Me, in New York City last night with a little help from Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo, the Smiths’ Johnny Marr and Frank Black of the Pixies. There were a number of surprises in what guitarist and lead singer J Mascis called an "extravaganza" at Terminal 5 in Midtown. The band invited a coterie of guests to play Dinosaur Jr. staples and selected cover songs, but first t...  | More »

  • Glen Campbell May Add More Dates to Farewell Tour

    December 1, 2012 10:29 AM ET
     |  Miriam Coleman

    Glen Campbell is considering adding more dates to his farewell tour, the Associated Press reports. The 76-year-old country music star, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease last year, has been touring the country in support of his final album, Ghost on the Canvas. He played more than 120 shows in 2012, but canceled a tour with Kenny Rogers through Australian and New Zealand over the summer for health reasons. Country Star Glen Campbell Diagnosed With Alzheimer's After Campbe...  | More »

  • Johnny Depp Joins Alice Cooper Onstage in L.A.

    November 30, 2012 1:10 PM ET
     |  Steve Appleford

    No rocker has had more wild fun in the dark than Alice Cooper, who unveiled a renewed nightmare last night at L.A.'s Orpheum Theatre, an old vaudevillian palace befitting this master horror-rock showman. Cooper was joined by actor Johnny Depp on guitar for several songs as he delivered 90 fast minutes of Seventies glam and trash. It was Alice Cooper in classic mode, with a stage crowded with horror props. The curtain fell in a fiery shower of sparks as the ringmaster strolled out wearin...  | More »

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