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March 20, 2012

Back-to-Bass Tour Dates
Let this register. Sting is 60 years old. Whether it’s his rumored Kama Sutra practice or the years spent only eating animals that he killed himself, Sting’s legendary stamina has resulted in a continuation of the Back-to-Bass tour. With material ranging from his early days as a bassist and singer on the reggae-tinged punk of The Police to his later jazz and world compositions, Sting concert dates feature stripped down, reworked versions of the classics that made Sting a household name.

Brad Paisley Virtual Reality Tour
Unlike many of his contemporaries who gigged and hustled their way into label deals, Brad Paisley came into the record business through the front door with an actual degree in music business. Paisley had already cut his teeth as a youngster on a Country radio program called Jamboree U.S.A. where he opened for Ricky Scaggs and The Judds among others. A scant four years into his career, Paisley earned his first Grammy nomination and became the youngest inductee into Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. There’s hardly a Country star Paisley hasn’t toured or played with. Alison Krauss, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Jewel, Vince Gill, Alabama and so many more know the Paisley effect firsthand. See for yourself on Brad Paisley tour dates, you never know who might show up.

Crosby, Stills and Nash (and Young when it suits him)
CSNY is one of those bands that came into existence through a series of coincidences that almost didn’t happen. From the strange first meeting of Stephen Stills and Neil Young in the Fourth Dimension in 1965, an Ontario coffee house and one of the area’s first folk clubs, to David Crosby’s falling out with The Byrds and Graham Nash’s chance jam session with Crosby and Stills at a house party, the members of CSNY always seemed to be in the right place at the right time. A young Joni Mitchell opened for them on their first gig and their second show was at a little known festival called Woodstock where they burned themselves into the collective consciousness with a mind-blowing eight minutes of Judy Blue Eyes. Now they’re back for a set of CSN tour dates this summer.


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