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STEVEN TYLER Announces Solo Tour: Rolling Stone
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler is heading out on a solo tour of the United States, Canada and Europe, backed once again by the Loving Mary Band. That tour will come to Sands Bethlehem Event Center on June 24th, and tickets go on sale this Friday. Along with Tyler’s signature hits, this tour will feature songs from his debut solo LP, We’re All Somebody From Somewhere, which topped the country charts when it came out in 2016.
JONATHAN DAVIS Details Debut Solo Album: Rolling Stone
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis announced that his debut solo album will be out on May 25th. The title of it is Black Labyrinth, and Davis posted 30-second previews of all 13 songs that will be on it. He says the main themes of the album are religion, consumerism and apathy. You can hear the song clips below, and see his solo material live at the MMRBQ on May 19th!
DROPKICK MURPHYS and FLOGGING MOLLY Team Up For Summer Tour: WMMR.com
Chance are, you were listening to Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, and now, it’s been announced that the two Celtic-punk bands will embark on their first ever co-headlining tour. The Philly show is June 21st at the Festival Pier, and tickets are on sale now.