Rarely has there been a tour name more fitting for a performance than for Pearl Jam’s concert last Tuesday. The legendary rockers rolled into Worcester’s DCU Center to celebrate the release of their new album Lightning Bolt and delivered a marathon set that mixed new and old over the course of 3 hours.
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There are dozens of female pop stars on today’s Hot 100, but watch out ladies: Selena Gomez proved she is poised to take over with her recent performance at the TD Garden in Boston. Read the full review, inside.
Street Dogs have revealed plans for their annual hometown holiday celebration concert, “Wreck The Halls”. After several years at the Paradise Rock Club, the punk rock veterans will move the part over to Lansdowne Street for one night at the House of Blues. Get all the details, inside.
Lupe Fiasco has revealed plans to end 2013 by hitting the road for a tour that will preview material off his forthcoming album due for release in early 2014. The Chicago-bred rapper will perform a pair of shows in New England, including Boston’s House of Blues. Get all the details, inside.
The Breeders have announced plans have revealed plans to extend their tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their seminal album, Last Splash. Find out when they’ll return to Boston, inside.
Demi Lovato has revealed plans to hit the road in 2014 for an arena tour in support of her new album, Demi. The pop star will bring her “Neon Lights” tour to Massachusetts for a night at the DCU Center in Worcester next March. Get all the details, inside.
The Jonas Brothers have abruptly cancelled their upcoming tour, which was scheduled to include a show at Boston’s Oprheum Theatre and the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom in New Hampshire this month. Find out why, inside.
KISS 108 has revealed the lineup for its annual Jingle Ball concert. Find out when you can see Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Fall Out Boy, Enrique Iglesias, Robin Thicke and more perform together at the TD Garden, inside.
Electrical problems at the Wilbur Theatre couldn’t slow down San Diego’s Switchfoot on Tuesday night, putting on a short but memorable set in front of a packed crowd at the Tremont Street venue.
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