Wednesday, October 29, 2008

L'ed Zeplyn??? And Billy/Bob Touring

Bob Dylan and his band will perform a special show for readers of on November 21st at the United Palace Theatre in New York. Tickets will go on sale tomorrow (Friday, October 30th) at 10 a.m. ET. All purchases will require a password and there will be no general public on-sale tickets. More information is available at . Dylan is currently on tour in Canada. He released the new archival collection, Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series Vol. 8, earlier this month.
British promoter Harvey Goldsmith, who organized Led Zeppelin's reunion concert in London last December, has called the notion of the group touring without singer Robert Plant "pointless" in a new interview with BBC News. Guitarist Jimmy Page, bassist John Paul Jones and drummer Jason Bonham have been rehearsing with several different singers recently and Jones said earlier this week that they planned to go on the road. But Goldsmith said, "I certainly don't think they should do a big tour because I can't see the point of it," adding that if the threesome do go out with a different frontman, "I doubt it will be called Led Zeppelin."
Billy Joel revealed that he's going out on tour again with Elton John. According to Newsday, Joel broke the news this week at a special charity concert at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York. The rumor has been circulating for months, but now it looks like a co-headlining tour will happen next year. The pair has teamed on the road in the past on a series of Face to Face tours.

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