An ailing Justin Timberlake wasn't able to play a one-off free show in London on February 23, but he did announce tour dates for the U.K. leg of his Forget Tomorrow tour.The tour announcement also includes shows in Europe, for a total... Read More.
Have no worries, European fans of Usher. The R&B icon is taking his much-anticipated Past Present Future Tour overseas. He announced Tuesday the dates he'll make stops in Europe and the U.K. The six shows are slated for April and May 2025. Usher will first play London's O2 Arena... Read More.
Pretenders have been forced to postpone their upcoming U.K. tour so frontwoman Chrissie Hynde can recover from an injury. “We're champing at the bit to get back on the road, but looks like we’re gonna have to hold tight for a while. I have a knee injury which will... Read More.
On This Day, February 7, 1970… Led Zeppelin scored their first U.K. #1 with their second studio album, Led Zeppelin II. The album, produced by guitarist Jimmy Page, featured such Zeppelin classics as “Whole Lotta Love,” “Thank You” and “Ramble On.” The album spent one week in the top spot,... Read More.
So far all we've heard from Dua Lipa's new album is the single "Houdini," but when the rest of the album arrives, it will apparently give us flashbacks to 1991. According to Rolling Stone's new cover story on Dua, her third album is a "psychedelic-pop-infused... Read More.
Robert Plant has announced a new U.K. tour with his acoustic band, Saving Grace, featuring Suzi Dian. The 16-date trek, with special guest Taylor McCall, kicks off March 13 at the Bristol Beacon in Bristol and wraps July 24 at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking. A complete list of... Read More.
On This Day, January 9, 1976… Queen topped the U.K. singles chart with “Bohemian Rhapsody,” from their #1 album A Night at the Opera. The almost six-minute long operatic tune, written by frontman Freddie Mercury, was Queen’s first #1 single, and it spent nine weeks on the top of the... Read More.