Earlier this week, iconic pop-star, Prince, announced the first dates of his Welcome 2 America concert series.
In his own words, “Welcome 2 America is best described as what we’ve all been waiting for… I will serve as master of ceremonies for multiple nights of entertainment that will feature some of the best artists this country has to offer.”
Although many artists were mentioned as potential participants, little is known about the upcoming event. Remember to check back with us Continue reading →
Still on tour for The Circle, Bon Jovi has announced an ambitious touring schedule for 2011.
The longtime rockers will perform across North America and Europe in support of Greatest Hits, an album due out next month.
The Bon Jovi Live 2011 Tour kicks off February 9th at Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, PA. The group will make three stops in Canada, playing in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, before leaving for Europe to play dates through July. Continue reading →
Blues legend, B.B. King is touring North America. He will be performing in six Canadian cities next month, and over fifteen U.S. cities through January, 2011.
B.B. King began recording in the late forties, and was touring nationally by the late fifties. The past few decades, King has played small towns and cities all over the world. His iconic guitar style has earned him the title “King of Blues.” Continue reading →
Best known as “The Dog Whisperer,” Cesar Millan kicked off his eleven city Canadian tour today at Save on Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria.
The tour will take Millan to cities across Canada through November. Audiences can expect to be entertained as well as educated, as Millan offers insight and tips on how to have a healthy Continue reading →
Just weeks after adding a slew of new dates to his No Better Than This tour, John Mellencamp has unveiled an extended North America tour schedule that will now go through April, 2011.
Mellencamp will hit the road at the end of this month, playing two nights at Indiana University on October 29th and 30th. The tour will make stops in over thirty-five cities, including six in Canada, before closing out at Stephens Auditorium in Iowa on April 28th.
The 2008 Cy Young winner Cliff Lee, has made a name for himself as one of the MLB’s best all time postseason pitchers with a 7-0 record and a 1.26 ERA in eight career post season starts. He has allowed just 2 earned runs over 24 innings this postseason.
Meanwhile, 26 year old Tim Lincecum has earned the respect of many MLB fans with the 98 mph fast ball he is able to generate with his slight 170 lb build as well as his deadly changeup, earning him two Cy Young awards. Continue reading →
The Rangers will be hungry for revenge after a decisive 7-2 defeat by the Yankees on Tuesday night at the new Yankee Stadium. In a do-or-die situation, the Yankees were able to pull off a win that kept them in contention for the World Series. Now as the series moves to Texas for Game 6 and potentially Game 7, they face an uphill battle.
For Yankees fans seeing a team rise through the ashes is not something new. Many may remember the 2004 ALCS where the Yankees won the first 3 games of the series only to have the Boston Red Sox become the first major league team to rebound from a postseason 3-0 deficit.
The Giants scraped by the Phillies with a sacrifice fly to left field off of Phillies’ reliever Roy Oswalt to bring Aubrey Huff home. Aubrey had hit a single earlier in the inning, and made it to third off of a single by Buster Posey.
“I got butterflies,” winning pitcher Brian Wilson said. “I got anxiety. I got a mini-ulcer developing, but it’s all worth it. We never lost focus.”
The win brings the Giants one win away from the World Series. Tonight’s Game 5 will see some of the MLB’s finest pitchers battle it out.