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Is disgraced former pop star Gary Glitter poised for a comeback?

Gary Glitter, now a registered sex offender in his native England, could be plotting a comeback this year — if a Twitter account claiming to belong to the fallen pop star is to be believed.

Death Cab for Cutie announces new North American tour — complete with an orchestra

If you wondered how Death Cab for Cutie was going to replicate the swelling strings found on its 2011 release Codes and Keys, here’s your answer: They’re bringing friends along on their just-announced tour. Lots of them.

Shows I’ll Never Forget: David Lee Roth, June 24, 1988

At Hirsch Memorial Coliseum, Shreveport, Louisiana: I was 15 and the concert experience was pretty new to me when my aunt pointed her Mustang down I-20 toward Shreveport with her best friend and her nephew (that would be me) in tow.

Original Yes vocalist Jon Anderson announces series of North American solo concert dates

Original Yes vocalist Jon Anderson has announced select solo concert dates in the U.S. and Canada, beginning in February.

Red Hot Chili Peppers forced to halt tour after Anthony Kiedis suffers foot injury

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have postponed a series of U.S. tour dates after foot problems sidelined frontman Anthony Kiedis.

Synth-pop pioneer Thomas Dolby announces U.S. tour; check out our two-part interview

Thomas Dolby is set to embark on a 26-date North American tour this March — with a rather unusual vehicle in tow: A time capsule.

Fans already lodging complaints, even before Rolling Stones announce 50th anniversary tour

Rallying around a cry for smaller venues, lower ticket prices and a revamped set list, a group calling itself the Rolling Stones Liberation Front has issued a series of demands in advance of an expected 50th anniversary tour announcement.

Kinky Friedman announces Southern tour — and, this time, he’s bringing tequila

America’s Jewish troubadour Kinky Friedman is going south in 2012 — specifically the southern United States — and he’s bringing gifts for the natives.

Styx bursts back onto the scene with TV appearances, new DVD and series of shows

Styx is hitting the airwaves and the roadways again — even as Tommy Shaw, James “JY” Young, Chuck Panozzo, Lawrence Gowan, Ricky Phillips and Todd Sucherman celebrate the upcoming DVD release of Styx: The Grand Illusion/Pieces Of Eight Live

Something Else! Interview: King Crimson/ Emerson Lake & Palmer cofounder Greg Lake

Greg Lake is going it alone on an upcoming U.S. tour – playing songs and sharing stories of his time with King Crimson, Emerson Lake and Palmer and as a solo artist.

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