The Answer announce the first leg of their Irish and UK ‘In This Land’ 2017 tour.
Tickets are on sale now and all info can be found here.
The Northern Irish rockers, who released their sixth studio album Solas in October, will make stops in Dublin, Belfast, Bristol, Cardiff, Southampton, Manchester and Nottingham. The band will also headline Planet Rock’s inaugural Winter’s End Festival in Dorset on February 26th.
The Answer are currently finishing the European leg of their co-headline tour with The Dead Daisies.
Check out the video for Solas.
Agent contact: Phyllis Belezos
The gig will celebrate the band’s 40th anniversary and will be their only European date of 2017. This will be just the second time Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have come to the UK in 18 years. The band’s last visit in 2012 included a headlining appearance at the Isle Of Wight Festival and two rapturously received sold out shows at the Royal Albert Hall.
Tickets for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ headline show goes on general sale on Friday December 16th at 9am here.
- BBC Radio 2 Album of the Year for ’25’
- Song of the Year for ‘Hello‘
Adele is now the most decorated BBC Music Award winner to date. Last year she won British Artist of the Year and BBC Live Performance of the Year for ‘Adele At The BBC, A BBC One Special’.
The homecoming dates, dubbed ‘The Finale’, will round off her 25 world tour which commenced in the UK in February 2016.
The Grammy, Oscar and Brit Awards winner will perform 360°, in-the-round, for four very special evenings at London’s iconic stadium on the 28th & 29th June and 1st & 2nd of July 2017.
All dates and info, including 2017 Australia and New Zealand dates here.
Agent contact: Lucy Dickins
The View have announced a six night residency at Kings Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow between February 19th-24th 2017 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their platinum selling debut Number One album Hats Off To The Buskers.
Tickets went on sale today 09 December and sold out in under thirty minutes – a new King Tut’s record!
Bob Dylan returns to the UK with his Band in May 2017 for six shows. The tour calls in at Cardiff, Bournemouth, Nottingham, Glasgow, Liverpool and culminates with a show at London’s Wembley Arena on May 09th 2017.
Tickets on general sale 10am GMT Tuesday December 13th. All dates and info here.
Fatherson have announced plans to tour the UK and Europe in February and March 2017.
The Scottish indie rockers from Kilmarnock follow their headline tour with previously announced support dates as special guests to Mallory Knox in the UK through April 06th.
In advance of the 2017 dates, Fatherson play their biggest headline show to date at Glasgow’s Barrowlands on December 23 and then Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Street Party on December 31st. All dates and tickets here.
Formed in 2010, the band released their debut EP, ‘Hometown’, in 2011. Their debut album, I Am an Island, came out in 2014, via A Modern Way, and reached the UK Albums Chart Top 40. Their second album, Open Book, was released in June 2016.
Agent contact: Steve Zapp
ITB artists have been nominated for a total of seventeen Grammy Awards!
Congratulations to Adele (five nominations), Ryan Tedder, James Blake, Bob Dylan (two nominations), Baroness, Korn, Megadeth, Blink-182, Weezer, Luther Dickinson, Sara Bareilles and Joe Goddard who are nominees for the 59th annual Grammy Awards 2016 in the following categories:
- Record of the Year: Adele for ‘Hello‘
- Album of the Year: Adele and Ryan Tedder (producer) for ’25’; James Blake (ft artist and producer) for Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’
- Song of the Year: Adele for ‘Hello’
- Best Pop Solo Performance: Adele for ‘Hello’
- Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Bob Dylan for ‘Fallen Angels’
- Best Pop Vocal Album: Adele for ’25’
- Best Metal Performance: Baroness for ‘Shock Me‘; Korn for ‘Rotting In Vain‘; Megadeth for ‘Dystopia‘
- Best Rock Album: Blink-182 for ‘California’; Weezer for ‘The White Album’
- Best Musical Theater Album: Sara Bareilles for ‘Waitress’
- Best Traditional Blues Album: Luther Dickinson for ‘Blues & Ballads (A Folksinger’s Songbook: Volumes I & II)’
- Best Historical Album: Bob Dylan for ‘The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12 (Collector’s Edition)’
- Best Remixed Recording: Joe Goddard for ‘Wide Open‘ (The Chemical Brothers ft. Beck)
Guns N’ Roses have announced stadium dates across Europe and the UK as part of their massively successful Not in this Lifetime tour.
The dates are due to take place throughout May, June and July with tickets going on general sale Friday the 9th of December; all 2017 dates and ticket info here.
Starting on 27 May 2017 at Dublin’s Slane Castle, the tour will then steamroll into 18 more cities across across Europe, including a UK summer show at the London Stadium (formerly know as the Olympic Stadium) on June 16th 2017.