Not only did Neil Young & Crazy Horse play Fresno, Calif., but Rolling Stone flew a reporter to one of the shows (and if it appears to be a one-off, think again: the band is off to Bakersfield).
Speaking of Neil Young and why he would play Fresno, a double-secret source on double-secret probation tells CelebrityAccess it’s because Young is considering Fresno as a new place to live.
U2 is closer to kicking off its tour
Ray Davies is releasing Our Country: Americana Act II June 29, an album backed by the bestest band in the world, The Jayhawks.
Ariana Grande is set to open the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, broadcast by NBC and held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas May 20.
All venues for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 have been approved, according to PanStadia magazine, and will include a total of 43 venues including 23 existing, 10 temporary and eight new permanent venues.
Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck of R.E.M. fame will release their debut album, Arthur Buck, on June 15th, 2018 via New West Records.
Tatsuya Yamaguchi of Japan’s star pop band Tokio, acknowledged last week he had sexually harassed a teenage girl, and now says he’s quitting the group (the other four band members appeared at a news conference today that was broadcast live on national television)