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‘It Could Be an Incredibly Quiet Year’: 18 Musicians On a Post-Coronavirus World
“We were aware of this in January enough to make jokes about all of it, and now it’s not a joke anymore.”
Elvis Costello Cancels Tour Due to ‘Very Aggressive’ Cancer
His long, animated gigs didn’t help.
Elton John Will Retire From Touring, But Only After 300 Farewell Concerts
The singer’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour will kick off in September, spanning 300 dates and three years.
Neil Diamond Retires From Touring After Being Diagnosed With Parkinson’s Disease
The singer has cancelled the upcoming leg of his 50th Anniversary Tour.
Star David Cassidy to Quit Performing Due to Dementia
“I want to focus on what I am, who I am, and how I’ve been without any distractions.”
The Road Less Traveled: the Upside of DIY Touring for Unsigned Comedians
There is no more divisive place in comedy than the road. However alluring or disheartening the stories you’ve heard, the truth is that the […]
A Surgeon Explains All These Vocal-Cord Injuries
A look at the future of voice management.
Beyoncé and Jay Z Confirm a Summer Tour
“On the Run.”
Ticketmaster Is Totally Cool with What Louis Is Doing and They Should Be
Earlier we reported that Louis C.K. has already sold over 100,000 tickets and made over $4.5 million, so you’d think that Ticketmaster would be […]
Jesse David Fox