Bob Seger says goodbye to Tampa Bay in timeless, two

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Call him a relic, call him what you will, but Bob Seger can still pack them in. The classic Detroit rocker has been recording and touring for more than 50 years and is currently on his last trek around the globe as part of a farewell tour. Mere months from his 74th birthday, Seger is making sure everyone who attends one of his shows on this final go-round gets their money’s worth. And by the sound of Friday night’s elated, jam-packed Amalie Arena crowd, everyone who filled every possible seat in the hockey arena was more than satisfied with his fiery, two-hour rock show.

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Music: Pop, Rock, Folk, Blues & Jazz ‘ Spring Arts Preview 2018

We’re here, we’re queer ‘ and darn near everywhere this Spring, represented in the lineups at a majority of area concert venues: From Adam Lambert performing with Queen at Capital One to Laura Jane Grace at Rock and Roll Hotel, Rob Halford and Judas Priest at The Anthem to Tituss Burgess at the Kennedy Center, Amy Ray at the Birchmere to Cub Sport at Songbyrd, Brandi Carlile at Merriweather to Mary Gauthier at City Winery. Nowhere are there more out performers or inclusive acts on the bill than at Comet Ping Pong, while Jammin Java is the place to go to catch a whole bevy of lesbian performers. Of course, not everyone can be gay, and there’s plenty of wider appeal here, there, and everywhere this spring ‘ not least the many divas, new and old, coming to the 9:30 Club, The Lincoln, MGM, Blues Alley, and Wolf Trap. And all the gay Whos in Whoville know exactly where to be come May’.

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Heart Reunite for Huge Summer Tour With Joan Jett and Sheryl Crow

Heart‘are getting back together after three years apart for a massive 2019 tour that will also feature Joan Jett and Sheryl Crow.

Tickets go on sale beginning this Friday; a complete list of dates, cities and venues for the Love Alive tour is below.

The 39-city jaunt ‘ named after the second track from Heart’s 1977 album Little Queen ‘ begins on July 9 in St. Louis, with stops in Chicago, Houston and Atlanta before wrapping up on Sept. 9 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Brandi Carlile will also join Heart on select dates; Elle King or Lucie Silvas will open the shows.

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Paul Simon Sets Final NYC Concert of Farewell Tour

Ever since he announced his farewell tour, with the ‘TBA’ listed for the location of his final concert, speculation arose that he would return to New York City’s Central Park, the site of several memorable performances.

Paul Simon’s Homeward Bound ‘ The Farewell Performance will be the first major concert event at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in decades.

Simon will be donating all personal net-proceeds from the event to a previously-selected cause, which will be announced at a later date.

Simon said of this final show: ‘It seems more like fate than coincidence that I should do the final show on this final tour at Flushing Meadows Corona Park. I could have ridden my bike from home to the park in about 20 minutes, when I was a kid. But this is less a goodbye than a farewell. Thank you all for the ride, I had a great time.’

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