Entries tagged with: Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson's new album now has a title, Unbreakable, and a release date: October 2. As mentioned, the record reunites her with producer/songwriting team Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and features guest appearances by J. Cole and Missy Elliott. You can stream Unbreakable's title track below.
The Unbreakable Tour, which includes stops at Barclays Center and NJ's Prudential Center in February (tickets), has just expanded with a new North American leg set for May and June of 2016. Those dates include two more NYC-area shows: PNC Bank Arts Center on June 24 and Jones Beach on June 25. Tickets for those June shows go on sale September 19 at 10 AM with album preorder and Citicard Member presales starting September 14 at 10 AM.
All dates are listed below...
Janet Jackson has a new album on the way -- her first in seven years -- which she'll release though her own just-launched Rhythm Nation Records. Details on the album are still TBA but first single "No Sleeep" is out now and was written with her longtime collaborators Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. You can stream it below.
Jackson will launch her "Unbreakable" tour in August and she's just added two NYC-area shows for early 2016: Newark's Prudential Center on February 17 and Barclays Center on February 22. Tickets for both those shows go on sale July 20 at 10 AM. There are a bunch of presales: AmEx and Janet Jackson album preorder presales on Tuesday (7/14) at 10 AM, and then Live Nation and internet presales on Friday (7/17) at 10 AM.
All tour dates are listed, along with the "No Sleeep" stream, below...
Tickets are on sale now for a February 23rd Meat Loaf show at Irving Plaza.
The number of Radio City shows Janet Jackson is playing is now up to three. Tickets are on sale for all of them.
Twisted Sister (not La Toya) (not pictured above) are playing a benefit at Best Buy Theater on April 29th. Tickets go on sale at noon.
I would just end the post there, but might as well keep going.
Tickets are also on sale at noon for the Rick Ross show at Best Buy Theater and for the Lupe Fiasco show at Webster Hall.
Still can't find a ticket link for Brochella
Tonight's Mission of Burma show at Maxwell's is sold out, but tickets are still on sale for the gig at the Bell House.
Browse the "Tour Dates" category for more recent show announcements (and their corresponding ticket links),
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Furthur (no "e") has headlined Madision Square Garden which isn't a big surprise given that the band contains original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh along with fellow hippies John Kadlecik of the Dark Star Orchestra on guitar, Jeff Chimenti of RatDog on keyboards, and Joe Russo of the Benevento/Russo Duo on drums (Jay Lane left Furthur after the March 12, 2010 show to rejoin Primus). Tickets go on presale on Thursday at 10am for EIGHT NYC shows happening in March. Five are at Best Buy Theater and three are at Radio City Music Hall.
Speaking of Radio City Music Hall, Janet Jackson is playing there on March 18th. Tickets go on presale Friday at 9am.
Janet Jackson notoriously had a "wardrobe malfunction" when she played the Superbowl Halftime show once. Tickets are now on sale for the show Neko Case is playing at the Bell House on Superbowl Sunday.
Fang Island is playing a headlining show at Bowery Ballroom on March 11th. Openers TBA. Tickets go on sale Friday at noon.
Tickets are now on AmEx presale for the Toro Y Moi shows at Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Holy Ghost!, who has headlined Bowery Ballroom before (not sure how it sold though) will headline Mercury Lounge on February 2nd. Tickets are now on sale.
Tricky was recently in town, and Morcheeba will be here in February to play two shows at Irving Plaza which are both on sale.
Das Racist is playing Highline Ballroom on February 3rd.
Rasputina is playing Highline Ballroom on February 26th with Mr Voltaire. Tickets are on sale.
Melissa Auf Der Maur is playing Highline Ballroom on March 3rd. Tickets are on sale.
The announcement that Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers would play halftime at today's Super Bowl XLII thrilled fans of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group but was greeted with grumbling in some quarters.More Tom Petty tour dates below...
After three years of halftime shows dominated by long-in-the-tooth acts - Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones and Prince - some fans were hoping for an artist like Beyoncé, the Foo Fighters or Carrie Underwood to inject new energy.
But the National Football League has played it safe since Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction" four years ago, and rock acts don't come much more dependable than the Grammy-winning Petty, 57, and his Florida-spawned band. [The Arizona Republic]