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John Mayer has canceled the remainder of his European tour and is returning home to recover from an intestinal illness, according to a statement on the musician's website.
Arcade Fire, the celebrated Canadian rock band that last week unveiled the first songs from its much anticipated album "The Suburbs," has announced a brief U.S. tour to coincide with the release.
Christina Aguilera will return to the stage this summer, when she kicks off a 20-date North American outing on July 15, tour producer Live Nation announced Monday.
Jordin Sparks will make her Broadway debut in the musical "In the Heights" for a 12-week run beginning Aug. 19.
Lady Gaga, Green Day, a reunited Soundgarden, Arcade Fire, the Strokes and Phoenix will headline this year's Lollapalooza, festival organizers confirmed Tuesday.
Phish will give its first television performance since reforming in 2009 on May 13, as part of a Rolling Stones tribute week on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."
Arena prog rockers Muse will perform a club show at Stubb's in Austin, TX as part of the South by Southwest Music Festival, Billboard has learned
Tom "T-Bone" Wolk, who played bass for nearly 30 years with Daryl Hall and John Oates and also recorded with Elvis Costello and Billy Joel, died Saturday of an apparent heart attack.
The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival announced its lineup Tuesday, which includes fest headliners Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, Dave Matthews Band and Kings of Leon.
Iconic British rock act the Who took the stage for the Super Bowl XLIV halftime show in Miami and delivered a solid if expected medley classic rock hits.
The three-day music event in Chicago has announced Modest Mouse and others as headliners of the 2010 edition.
The Who's Pete Townshend, in an exclusive interview with Billboard, has revealed that the band's upcoming Super Bowl halftime performance will feature a "compact medley" of their signature…