The Madison Square Garden Company announced that Ami Patel has been named vice president of artist relations & VIP services for the Forum in Inglewood, Calif., overseeing all internal and external ticketing and on-site VIP and celebrity management
Woah. CONGRATULATIONS @mrBobbyBones!! Proud of you. 👊
— Lindsay Ell (@lindsayell) November 20, 2018
Speaking of Lindsay Ell, she and Chris Young are heading to the UK for some dates of the “Losing Sleep” tour:
|Sunday, May 5||Manchester, England||Manchester Academy|
|Monday, May 6||Glasgow, Scotland||Glasgow O2 Academy|
|Wednesday, May 8||Birmingham, England||Birmingham O2 Academy|
|Thursday, May 9||London, England||London Eventim Apollo|
Blind Ambition Management has announced the promotion of Ethan Langston to the position of Marketing Coordinator and Assistant Artist Manager.
Taylor Swift would hide herself in a suitcase – so says Zayn Malik of One Direction fame – to avoid paparazzi (but paparazzi still took photos of the suitcase).
The newest Post Malone fan is Keith Urban, or so says the country music star, with the two of them collaborating on an Elvis Presley special to be broadcast in January.
Madison Square Garden and Live Nation are reportedly being sued by a Dead & Company fan who claims he got arrested at a show even though he claims he had a ticket (but for some reason came in through “wide-open” side door “because there was no security personnel”).
The 400-capacity Al’s Bar in Lexington, Ky., and its interesting history are up for sale but nothing is expected to change.
Mariah Carey‘s Glitter soundtrack is back on the charts because apparently there is a #JusticeForGlitter campaign.
Monday Night Football included a banner for, and Los Angeles Rams players Jared Goff and Andrew Whitworth sharing an emotional moment with, victims’ families of the Borderline Bar & Grill shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif.