The Gin Blossoms, who reunited after two years for a New Year's concert at Nita's Hideaway in Tempe, Arizona, will continue to tour. They have been signed to Ashley Talent International by Mike Rand.
Ellis Marsalis And Family To Tour in 2003
For the first time ever, jazz great Ellis Marsalis is gathering his family of equally talented jazz musicians together for an exclusive national tour in 2003. Ellis Marsalis & Sons, featuring Branford, Delfeayo, Jason and Wynton Marsalis and Reginald Veal, will tour February 20 – March 16 2003. The month-long tour is being booked exclusively by Ted Kurland & Associates.
(AP) Joel Delays Concert Due to Illness
SAINT PETERSBURG, FL (AP) – Billy Joel and Elton John postponed a concert in their "Face to Face" tour after Joel became ill.
The singer is suffering from "acute upper respiratory infection and laryngitis," and has been feeling under the weather for several days, said Max Loubiere, his tour manager.
Monday night's concert at the Ice Palace was scheduled as part of a national tour featuring the two artists.
Arena officials said the concert will be rescheduled, but no date was released. Ticketholders were advised to keep their tickets.
"We're trying to see what the schedule is, what Elton's schedule is," Loubiere told the St. Petersburg Times. "We'll just have to wait and see."
Joel's doctor advised against performing Saturday night, but the artist did so anyway, singing to a sold-out, 3-hour concert, Loubiere said.
Joel, 52, and John, 53, are scheduled to perform Friday night at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Cher Says Her Tour Will Be Her Last
Cher says her upcoming tour in support of her new album,
“Living Proof,” will be her last. "I want to do some movies
and I really haven't had time to," she
told MTV News. "There's a musical that I really want to do
called 'The Enchanted Cottage,' and that is the thing that
is really closest to me right now. I have never had the
chance to sing and act in a movie."