StubHub just announced their third-annual summer concert preview, which determines which concerts are the most in-demand and topping the list this year is U2, who just kicked off their “Joshua Tree” tour in Vancouver this weekend. U2 tickets outsell number two Ed Sheeran by 65% and they have fewer shows. They debuted a new song Friday in Vancouver and invited Eddie Vedder and the opening band Mumford and Sons for the closing song “Mothers of the Disappeared, in Seattle at their second show. Check it out.
Last year Brian Johnson had to pull out of AC/DC‘s “Rock or Bust” tour due to ear problems that would have left him deaf otherwise. Now, he’s made his return to the stage.
Johnson joined fellow special guest Robert Plant at Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers’ concert in Oxford, England. The trio sang “Money (That’s What I Want),” with each rocking taking his turn on vocals before ultimately finishing the song together.
Todd Rundgren doesn’t think fans of President Trump should come to his shows. The singer has been very vocal about his distaste for our current president, and his current album, “White Knight,” features an anti-Trump song, “Man in the Tin Foil Hat,” featuring Donald Fagen on vocals. “If I had the power, I’d say: If you’re a Trump supporter, don’t come to my show, because you won’t have a good time.”Click the pic for the full story from Yahoo Music
Ozzy Osbourne is letting a dog trainer turn four-acres of his family’s Buckinghamshire, England farm into a dog care center. Dog trainer Francesca Maddock is the woman behind the project and according to her proposal, Ozzy an Sharon have given their permission and would even use the center for their six dogs. Click the pic for more from Page Six.