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CD Review: Troy Baker & Window to the Abbey “Moving Around Bias”

Troy Baker is a multi-layered individual. Many people know Baker from his acting roles as he adds his voice to many different projects of both cartoons and Japanese Anime. Known best for his role as The Joker from various Batman projects as well as many other characters from other animated projects, Baker’s ability as a voice actor keeps him busy with plenty of work. Adding to that already busy schedule, Troy Baker also helps in the production of video games where his voice is used to bring those video game worlds to life.  

You can also find the ever-busy Troy Baker spending time with actor Nolan North as the two men create a video-based blog on YouTube called Retro Replay where the two actors and friends spend time discussing many different topics.  

When not adding his voice to the various projects that take up much of his time, Troy Baker can be found strapping on a guitar. In fact, it was back in 2014 that Baker produced his first album of Alternative Rock. That 2014 album was entitled Sitting in the Fire.

Along with Troy Baker, the rest of the musicians who took part in the project were: Wayne Miller, Jon Titterington, Christopher Wray, AJ Novak, and James Bowen. Consequently, these musicians also helped Baker bring his last release called Sitting in the Fire to life. Together this group of friends creates the project known as Window to the Abbey.  It is this project that helped to produce the newest album from Baker known as Moving Around Bias.

Moving Around Bias from Window to the Abbey begins with the track called “Heads Out”. The keyboard-based track is simply a keyboard intro into the rest of the release. The twenty-four seconds of music lead the listener from the beginning of the album into the second track called “Water Into Wine”.

The second track of “Water Into Wine” begins with the sound of the organ creating a steady pulsing rhythm, When the rest of the instrumentation joins in, the track takes on a musical feel that contains an Alternative/Pop-Rock hybrid feel. As Troy Baker’s vocals show up, the track feels like a blend of Bruno Mars and Prince. The music itself also contains a little Mars flavor because of the R&B influence to go along with the Pop-rock feel. The easy-going feel of the song helps to create a track that would feel right at home on Pop-Rock/Top 40 radio.

After a few tracks of rather laidback musical approaches, Troy Baker and the rest of the musicians pick up the pace and the energy level with the tune “Breakup Song”. The track finds Baker delivering lyrics about where to go after a relationship comes to an end with both energy and conviction. As he sings, the pace of the music picks up as does the energy of the track. To go along with a slightly energetic musical approach, the track also features a section near the end of the track where an entire group of voices form a solid vocals chorus. The resulting Pop-Rock track would easily fit right in on any Top 40 radio format.

The energy level of the music gets a large rise in intensity on the track “Common Ground”. This track seems like the next logical step after the previous track of “Breakup Song” as Baker sings of finding something to build on. With the serious nature of the lyrics on the track, the music also comes with a stronger musical foundation. “Common Ground” contains one of the strongest Rock and Roll approaches of the release. That approach comes from the infectious drumbeat that stretches from the beginning of the track to the end. The guitars in the song are also a lot stronger on this track. In short, “Common Ground” is a strong track that comes with a positive message about finding things you agree on.

Troy Baker and the rest Window to the Abbey keep the energy level up on the next track of “Part Time” while bringing a little Pop-Rock influences back into the music. The track features a musical feel that features a balance of guitar and organ while the lyrics continue the theme of “relationships” which has already appeared on several tracks before this song. With this song, Baker sings about trying to make a relationship work when the couple is only together some of the time. While the subject matter is somewhat of a downer, the track is still one of the best songs on the release.

Much like the lead-off track of “Heads Out” that began the Moving Around Bias release, the song “Unknown Caller” is a strictly instrumental track. The piano-based song contains a light, jazzy feel. Before you know it though, the track is over. The piano helps to separate the song from the previous songs on the release.  

With the song “Something New Under the Sun,” the music returns to a combination of both piano and guitar as the track takes on a sound that brings to mind a lighter version of something that singer-songwriter Bruce Hornsby might have created. “Something New Under the Sun” is a track featuring a slow, easy feel to the music. The lyrics find Troy Baker singing about a man who finds the perfect woman to fill the void in his life and then turns to many years down the road as he looks back at what had been as he remembers what they had before she passed away. The track is perhaps the most beautiful, and easily the most heartbreaking track of the album.

While Moving Around Bias from Window to the Abbey is not a concept album, it’s hard to ignore the theme of relationships that run through many of the songs that make up the fourteen tracks on the release. And through the tracks on the album, you get a wide array of emotions as the songs focus on different aspects of life. Moving Around Bias from Troy Baker and the rest of Window to the Abbey is a release that is solid from the first moment until the last note.


For a taste of the music of Troy Baker and the band of Window to the Abbey, check out their song “Breakup Song“. 

To hear the Moving Around Bias release, check out the SPOTIFY account for the album. 

Click on the album cover below to purchase a digital copy of the album: 

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CD Review: Benny Bassett “Words For Yesterday”

It was back in 2014 that the band Vintage Blue released their EP called No Going Back. That release would prove to be the band’s last release. Shortly afterward, lead singer Benny Bassett would take the next step and go on his own as a solo artist. And as such, Bassett has created releases that have stayed in a relatively close musical frame of mind as what had been created by his former band.

To date, Bassett has released one album and one EP of original music of his own since the members of the band went their separate ways. Having just recently put out the acoustic EP called Rosemont Sessions – Volume One which finds Bassett segueing from older material to the newer songs, he has just announced that his newest EP called Words for Yesterday will soon be available.

For the release, Benny Bassett has a little help. In addition to Bassett on vocals and guitars, the rest of the musicians on the release consist of: Chip Johnson on Guitars, bass, vocals; Kit Karlson on Keyboards, piano, synth; Travis McNabb on Drums (tracks 3 & 4); as well as Amanda Turpin and Jackie Buono on backing vocals. Together, this group of musicians brings Bassett’s music to life.

The EP of Words for Yesterday from Benny Bassett begins with the track “Window to Forever”.  The track begins with a gentle, steady beat as the music itself contains a slow, steady pace. As the music begins, the listener is exposed to a track that is a reminder of what Bassett’s old band of Vintage Blue used to sound like. The resulting Adult Contemporary music moves along at that slow, steady pace for about a minute before the pace picks up a little. “Window to Forever” blends together some influence from Vintage Blue and some influence from Adult Contemporary bands from the eighties.  With that blend, Bassett has created a track that should appeal to a wide array of listeners.

Bassett picks up the pace for the next track, but only by a little bit. The track “Live Where You Love the Sky” will immediately take the listener back to the eighties as the music on the track features the same type of vibe that you would have found on songs from that decade. But as the song also contains that Vintage Blue feel, the track feels both retro and modern at the same time. The track not only features Benny Bassett but also Amanda Turpin who not only adds vocals to the track, but also helped to write the song. While not truly a love song, the dual vocals on the track makes the song feel like a duet of sorts. “Live Where You Love the Sky” would feel right at home on any Adult Contemporary radio format.

The album of Words for Yesterday from Benny Bassett changes drastically on the next track. Where the first two tracks contain a light for to the music that is closer to pop music than anything else, the third track of the release called “Down Below” finds Bassett pushing the light feel of his music aside for something much heavier. “Down Below” takes on a heavier Rock and Roll approach to the music. Instead of acoustic guitars or a feel that could be described as Pop-Rock, the resulting track features much heavier guitars that truly “rock”.  And instead of being at home on an Adult Contemporary format, the track would need to be included with bands that would fit into the Modern Rock category. While miles apart from the first two tracks of the EP, “Down Below” will still satisfy any fan of Hard Rock or Modern Rock music.

Benny Bassett changes the direction once again on the very next song. The track “Find A Way” brings the energy level of the music back down but keeps more of an edge than the first two tracks of the release. The track features a blend of music that combines a good deal of Rock and Roll with some Soul influence. In fact, the track’s musical blend feels as if it would be right at home next to some of Bruno Mars’ more Soulful tracks. The track features a strong groove that comes from the addition of the Soul influence. Like the previous songs on the release, “Find A Way” has a strong commercial feel to the music and would fit right in on a Hot A/C format.

The next track finds Bassett creating a track that is easily the most commercial and Pop inspired of any of the songs on the release. The song “Building A Future” feels as if it was created at the right time, as if Bassett had written the song to fit right in with the momentum created by the song “Shallow” from the movie A Star Is Born. The light feel to the pop music of the track mixed with the duet between Jackie Buono and Bassett brings to mind the same kind of musical approach as “Shallow”. This track feels readymade for the radio airwaves.

Benny Bassett’s latest release comes to a close with the track “With You”. The feel of the music changes once again on this track. For this song, the music is created mainly by Kit Karlson who contributes the piano and keys to the track. Karlson and Bassett combine to create a track that contains a relaxed feel to the music and the various keyboard parts from Karlson combine to create a multi-layered feel to the music. The beauty of the lyrics from Bennett and the beauty of the music from Karlson create one of the strongest moments of the six-track EP.

Words for Yesterday from Benny Bassett finds the singer-songwriter in fine form. The new EP is perfect for any fan of Adult Contemporary music. The release gives the listener a good cross section of what Bassett can do. The EP comes with a lot of the same kind of Adult Contemporary flavor that was present in his music with his former band of Vintage Blue while it also shows off his ability to stretch as an artist.

The newest release from Benny Bassett is still a few weeks away from being released. The EP will be available for presale beginning on March 21, 2019. The release date for the EP is set for April 12th. Stay tuned to Bassett’s Music Profile on Facebook for more information. 

Currently, there is no single to promote as no music has been released. However, Benny Bassett did release a video to the acoustic version of “Window to Forever,” the song that kicks off the release. The official acoustic version of “Window to Forever” can be found on Bassett’s earlier release entitled Rosemont Sessions – Volume One, which can be found on Benny Bassett’s website along with earlier albums from the artist. 

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CD Review: Stone Diamond “Don’t Believe What You Think”

Back when the band Stone Diamond first formed, the Rock and Roll ensemble was a trio consisting of: Cy on vocals/bass, Josh on vocals/guitar and The Tongue on drums. Today, the band has expanded to a quartet and now consists of: Cy on bass, Pete on drums, Marc on guitar/vocals and Zaki on guitars/backings. And while the band went from the trio setting to a band consisting of four members, not much has changed as far as talent is concerned. Just like before, the Rock and Roll music created by the band is strong and very listener-friendly.  

It was back in 2013 that Stone Diamond released their debut album entitled We Stole the Stars from the Black Night. That particular album was so strong and was such a breath of fresh air as far as Rock and Roll was concerned that it made quite an impression on those who were lucky enough to have been exposed to it. They would then go on to add the album Phoenix to their discography. Now, five years after the release of the original album, the ensemble (now a little larger than before) returns with their third album. That album is entitled Don’t Believe What You Think.

The first track off of the Don’t Believe What You Think release from Stone Diamond is the track “Amy Van Dango”. The track takes the listener straight back into the eighties. The song features a Rock and Roll feel to the music that blends a lot of Soul elements into the music. It also seems to feature a generous amount of Hall and Oates feel to the music and the lyrics. This track would fit right in with any song on Top 40 Radio back in the eighties. But that doesn’t mean that it would be out of place on today’s radio. With all of the retro artists out there like Bruno Mars creating tracks like “24k Magic” currently blowing up commercial radio, there is plenty of room out there for Stone Diamond’s “Amy Van Dango”. And with this track as the first single, the band has begun to promote the Don’t Believe What You Think release. Of course, the single version of the song is much shorter than the original seven minute-plus album track.  

Stone Diamond’s newest release continues with the track “The Art of Breaking Hearts”. The track begins with a guitar riff that is rather reminiscent of something from Jimi Hendrix; especially if you consider that the riff sounds as if it had been inspired by Hendrix’s song “The Wind Cries Mary”. That Hendrix-inspired riff soon blends into a slow-paced track that features an easy pace to the music. The relaxed feel to “The Art of Breaking Hearts” adds a bit of emotional feeling to the track’s lyrics about a relationship that has its ups and downs. As the listener makes their way through the track, they notice a strong Classic Rock vibe that revolves around that Hendrix-inspired musical approach. While the track contains more than just the Hendrix influence, it’s hard to ignore that influence in the track.

On the very next track, the band dramatically changes the direction of the Rock and Roll that they create. While the first two tracks contain a Classic Rock approach, the song “Mine” finds the band blending together two different eras of music. In fact, the opening riff on the bass will remind listeners of something reminiscent of the bassline from “Come as You Are” from Nirvana. But the track also contains a feel that brings images of music from the sixties. The lyrical feel to the track especially conjures up visions of that time period. The blending of the two elements create a track that feels as much out of place with any time period as it reminds people of two different eras. A rather strange blend of styles creates a track that ends up feeling as out of place with today’s music as it also feels as if it belongs with today’s music.

While the next track continues the Classic Rock feel of the music on Don’t Believe What You Think, the new release from Stone Diamond, the song “1000 Suns” takes the band’s music in a direction that would feel right at home on any Power Rock radio format. As a matter of fact, “1000 Suns” brings the band’s music into the eighties with a sound that blends influences from Aerosmith and other such Rock and Roll bands together to form a track that would have been right at home on any Power Rock radio format back during the eighties. The track alternates between a strong Power Rock feel and a more laidback approach that would be closer to a power ballad than anything else. But the strong guitar riff that brings to mind something from the likes of someone like Joe Perry from Aerosmith keeps the track from getting too laidback.

With the track entitled “No Sleep,” Stone Diamond adds a bit of Country Music twang to their sound. While there is still plenty of Classic Rock feeling to the music on “No Sleep,” the slight twang in the music gives the band’s song more Americana flair to it than the rest of the tracks on the album. With the inclusion of the twang in the music, “No Sleep” feels as if it would fit right in with Country Music radio formats just as easily as Classic Rock formats. The song ends up being a perfect crossover track.

Stone Diamond returns to more of a straight-out Rock and Roll approach to their music on the next track of “Let’s Go”. With this track, the band creates music that has a musical feel that could have come from any of the last four decades. The undeniably timeless feel of the music as well as the simple lyrical content of the track helps to create a song that feels very timeless.

Just as the track “No Sleep” stands out because of the inclusion of a slight Country Music twang in the track’s musical content, the final track on the release also stands out…for very much the same reason. The song “Misty Eyes” finds a band that creates songs with a strong Classic Rock direction changing that direction for a very different feel to their music. Instead of that Classic Rock/Power Rock vibe, “Misty Eyes” finds Stone Diamond creating a track with a Pop-Rock approach. Like much of the music that can be found on the Don’t Believe What You Think release, “Misty Eyes” contains a sound and feel that would fit right in with much of the music that was around during the eighties.

The Don’t Believe What You Think release from Stone Diamond is a solid release from beginning to end. And with the inclusion of many different elements and influences, the Classic Rock from the band changes from one track to the next. For those music lovers who enjoy Classic Rock, Stone Diamond creates a release that will surely be something you’d want to experience first and then add to your own music library.

To experience a little of the music from Stone Diamond, check out the band’s current single of “Amy Van Dango”. 

To check the newest album from Stone Diamond entitled Don’t Believe What You Think, click on the album cover below: 

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UK press releases – March

Tuesday 26th February – Watching the Melvins perform live is always an event to look forward to – but never before has there been news quite this exciting, as today we are besides ourselves with enthusiasm to announce two totally unique Melvins performances in London this May.
Ladies and gentlemen we present an evening with Melvins performing live Lysol & Houdini at London Brixton Electric on Sunday 19 May and playing Bullhead & Stoner Witch at the same venue on Monday 20 May. Two absolutely unmissable shows. Melvins tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 1st March and are available from or
"Melvins are a sect diabolick, a gateway, a divine portal between innumerable worlds, an outrageously confident and worthy cosmic interface between punk, post-punk and Sabbathian heavy metal, a gateway between accepted classic dark rock Kiss/Alice/Green Manalishi-stylee and the far flung future (ie Now, motherfuckers). “Standing outside the boundaries of rock’n’roll and aiming their sounds inside,” as Greil Marcus once put it. And LYSOL is Melvins’ greatest and most sacred gift to future heathens, for its tones and vibrations taken together often and in large doses offer listeners the key to Eternal Cuntedness." – JULIAN COPE, HEAD HERITAGE
"Houdini, arguably the band's most direct and concise statement" – PITCHFORK
"If grunge was achieving breakthrough status in Seattle, it was being perfected in its rawest sense on this album [Bullhead]." – ALL MUSIC
"Stoner Witch, surely one of the most massive records they have ever conceived…The Melvins are consummate masters of mood, in particular melancholy, and never more so than here. There’s such majestic authority and undertow to the music, and on this…they are no less than Vikings. The Melvins totally push the bounds of what you’ll accept as a normal rock song." – VICE
Don't forget that the Melvins return with a 13-track covers album titled Everybody Loves Sausages which is set for an Apr. 29 release in UK/EU via Ipecac Recordings.
"This record will give people a peak into the kind of things that influence us musically," explains Buzz Osborne. "We REALLY like all of these songs along with the bands who actually wrote this stuff because first and foremost we are HUGE music fans."
In a decidedly Melvins approach to a covers album, the band not only selected a unique assortment of songs to cover, ranging from Roxy Music's "In Every Dream Home A Heartache" to Queen's "Best Friend," they also enlisted several friends to take part including Mudhoney's Mark Arm joining them for The Scientists' "Set It On Fire" and Neurosis' Scott Kelly pitching in on a cover of Venom's "Warhead."
While the release is billed as a proper Melvins' album (featuring the line-up of Osborne, Dale Crover, Jared Warren and Coady Willis), there are a handful of songs recorded as the Melvins Lite incarnation of the band (Osborne, Crover and Trevor Dunn):  "Female Trouble" (Divine a.k.a. John Waters), "Timothy Leary Lives" (Pop-O-Pies) and "Romance By Tales of Terror" (Tales of Terror).
The complete track listing with original artist and guest player notation:
1. Warhead (Venom; Guest: Scott Kelly of Neurosis)
2. Best Friend (Queen; Guest: Caleb Benjamin of Tweak Bird)
3. Black Betty (Ram Jam)
4.  Set It On Fire (The Scientists; Guest: Mark Arm)
5.  Station To Station (David Bowie; Guest: JG Thirlwell)
6.  Attitude (The Kinks: Guest: Clem Burke of Blondie)
7.  Female Trouble (Divine a.k.a. John Waters)
8.  Carpe Diem (The Fugs)
9.  Timothy Leary Lives (Pop-O-Pies)
10.  In Every Dream Home A Heartache (Roxy Music; Guests: Jello Biafra and Kevin Rutmanis)
11. Romance (Tales of Terror)
12. Art School (The Jam; Guest: Tom Hazelmeyer)
13.  Heathen Earth (Throbbing Gristle)
Melvins play Lysol & Houdini
Melvins play Bullhead & Stoner Witch
Melvins tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 1st March priced at £22.50 (subject to booking fee) and are available from or
Joe Bonamassa

“Joe Bonamassa – An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House” will be released in the U.K. on 2-CD, 2-LP, 2-DVD & Blu-ray formats by Provogue Records on Monday 25th March (followed by U.S. release on Tuesday 26th March). The release dovetails Bonamassa’s run of four exclusive London concerts which kicks off on March 26th at The Borderline.

The concert was recorded at the historic Vienna Opera House in July 2012 during a very special unplugged tour, played to a limited audience over seven exclusive European shows.  Varying from Bonamassa’s predominantly electric blues shows, this presentation was an all-acoustic concert performance, making it a unique and very special show fans had been waiting years to experience.

The Opera House in Vienna, regarded as the “City of Music,” was chosen for the main event because of its history and splendour, and association with many legendary composers.  Accompanying Bonamassa on stage are traditional Irish fiddler Gerry O’Connor, who also plays mandolin and banjo; Swedish multi-instrumentalist Mats Wester on the nyckelharpa, a keyed fiddle; Los Angeles-based keyboardist Arlan Schierbaum texturing the mix with celeste, accordions, toy pianos, and assorted “organic” instruments; and renowned Puerto Rican percussionist Lenny Castro.

Joe recalls, “Originally, when I had the idea of doing an all-acoustic concert, I imagined doing it solo. I’d surround myself with a bunch of guitars, tell the background story of each song, and then play it. Kevin believed the show would be more exciting with a band and he got to work. All of a sudden, we had a five-piece group, and 72 hours to rehearse 20 or so songs.  It was amazing, different than anything I’d ever done before.” 

An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House features gorgeously textured music made with a wealth of rare, vintage, organic, and “oddball” instruments.  Highlights among the 22 songs include Woke Up Dreaming —the one acoustic song, and fan favourite, that Bonamassa regularly plays during his electric shows, as well as Around The Bend, Driving Towards The Daylight, and Sloe Gin.

To download the free MP3 of From Athens To Athens, click HERE.
To read  the official UK press page and download photos, click HERE.




Tuesday, February 12, 2013 – Metal heavyweights Megadeth have today announced that they will be touring the U.K. in June ofthis year.  They will play headline shows in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester and London. Megadeth tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. on Friday,February 15, and are available from


For a heavy metal band that’s been around for nearly three decades, selling more than 38 million albums worldwide, earning numerous accolades including 11 Grammy® nominations, scoring five consecutive platinum albums—including 1992’s two-million-selling Countdown to Extinction—Megadeth’s founder, leader and primal guitar-slinger and lyricist Dave Mustaine feels the best is yet to come, especially after signing an exclusive worldwide deal with Universal Music Enterprises (UMe).


Currently working in their studio in San Diego on their 14th studio album titled Super Collider, Mustaine, along with bassist Dave Ellefson, drummer Shawn Drover and guitarist Chris Broderick, are looking forward to its release in June 2013.


Megadeth’s Super Collider is the first release through Mustaine’s new label, Tradecraft, through UMe.


“It was a real thrill for us to learn there was an opportunity to join Universal,” said Mustaine during a break in the sessions. “It seems like every time you see a great band or music video, it comes from a Universal label.  Being with Universal is by far the most exciting and prestigious home for Megadeth ever! We are electrified with what the future holds and the possibilities such a powerhouse like Universal will bring for us all. We have worked with some great people over the years, and it is amazing to see so many of them on the Universal team for our new record, Super Collider. If Megadeth being here isn’t satiating enough, having Tradecraft as my own label is going to be really amazing for metal bands around the world.”


With a newfound energy with the band, Mustaine is raring to go, preparing for his latest tour, marking the 20th anniversary of their best-selling Countdown to Extinction album. Mustaine added, “Shawn, Chris and David have all been feverishly contributing some great music and I believe we are doing our best work ever together in the studio right now!”


“Megadeth is not just one of the most successful metal bands, but one of the most influential rock bands of the past 30 years,” said UMe President/CEO Bruce Resnikoff in making the announcement. “They continue to be a huge draw on the road with their longtime fans as well as continually adding new fans. I look forward to working together with them.”


Mustaine formed Megadeth in Los Angeles in 1983, and with a string of five consecutive platinum and multi-platinum albums Megadeth became one of the biggest bands of the mid-’80s and ’90s, boasting such arena anthems as “Symphony of Destruction”, “Peace Sells, But Who’s Buying”, “Holy Wars”, and “Sweating Bullets”, along with the top singles in 1997/98 off Cryptic Writings,  “Trust”, (No. 1 track) “Almost Honest”, “Use The Man” and “A Secret Place”.


With the recent acquisition of EMI, UMe now brings together Megadeth’s classic, 14-year,  seven-album Capitol catalog, which includes one multi-platinum release (‘92’s Countdown to Extinction), four platinum records (‘86’s Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying?; ‘88’s So Far, So Good…So What?; ‘90’s Rust in Peace; ‘94’s Youthanasia), and one gold (‘97’s Cryptic Writings). In all, the band has scored five U.S. Top 10 albums (including 2007’s United Abominations and 2009’s Endgame) and two Top 5 releases, with 2011’s TH1RT3EN debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard Hard Rock Albums chart.



MONDAY?                      3          O2 ACADEMY ?NEWCASTLE    

TUESDAY?                     4          O2 ACADEMY ?GLASGOW

WEDNESDAY?               5?          MANCHESTER ACADEMY

THURSDAY?                  6?          O2 ACADEMY BRIXTON



SATURDAY                  8          SONISPHERE ITALY                FIERA MILANO LIVE RHO





Play two Teenage Cancer Trust warm-up shows

Doncaster March 19th & Plymouth March 20th

Royal Albert Hall performance March 22nd


Monday 11th February – Kasabian prepare for their eagerly awaited Teenage Cancer Trust gig –

March 22nd at the Royal Albert Hall – with two warm-up shows; Doncaster Dome March 19th and Plymouth Pavilions March 20th.

Nominated for the Best British Band gong at this year’s NME Awards, Kasabian hit the slopes on April 1st for Austria’s Snowbombing Festival, joining the bill alongside Katy B, Disclosure, Rudimental, Foreign Beggars, Ms.Dynamite and P Money.



TUESDAY                     19         DONCASTER DOME

WEDNESDAY               20         PLYMOUTH PAVILION

FRIDAY                        22         ROYAL ALBERT HALL



Kasabian regional tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 15th February priced at £35.00 (subject to booking fee) and are available from or




IN JUNE 2013



Monday 11th February – American recording artist and producer Toro Y Moi today announces that he will tour the UK in June of this year! The short tour will see him play shows in London, Brighton and Birmingham. Toro Y Moi tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 15th February and are available from or


The product of a move from South Carolina to Berkeley, CA and the subsequent extended separation from loved ones, Toro Y Moi's third full-length, Anything in Return, puts Chaz Bundick right in the middle of the producer/songwriter dichotomy that his first two albums established. There's a pervasive sense of peace with his tendency to dabble in both sides of the modern music-making spectrum, and he sounds comfortable engaging in intuitive pop production and putting forth the impression of unmediated id. The producer's hand is prominent- not least in the sampled "yeah"s and "uh"s that give the album a hip-hop-indebted confidence- and many of the songs feature the 4/4 beats and deftly employed effects usually associated with house music. Tracks like "High Living" and "Day One" show a considerably Californian influence, their languid funk redolent of a West Coast temperament, and elsewhere- not least on lead single, "So Many Details"- the record plays with darker atmospheres than we're used to hearing from Toro Y Moi. Sounding quite assured in what some may call this songwriter's return to producer-hood, Anything in Return is Bundick uninhibited by issues of genre, an album that feels like the artist's essence.


Born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, Chaz Bundick has been toying with various musical projects since early adolescence. Having spent his formative years playing in punk and indie rock acts, his protean Toro Y Moi project has been his vessel for further musical exploration since 2001. During his time spent studying graphic design at the University of South Carolina, Chaz became increasingly focused on his solo work, incorporating electronics and allowing a wider range of influences- French house, Brian Wilson's pop, 80s R&B, and Stones Throw hip-hop- to show up in his music. By the time he graduated in spring 2009, Chaz had refined his sound to something all his own. Music journals across the board touted his hazy recordings as the sound of the summer, and he released his debut album, Causers of This in early 2010.


Since then, Bundick has proven himself to be not just a prolific musician, but a diverse one as well, letting each successive release broaden the scope of the Toro Y Moi oeuvre. The funky psych-pop of 2011's Underneath the Pine evinced an artist who could create similar atmospheres even without the aid of source material and drum machines. His Freaking Out EP, a handful of singles and remixes, and a retrospective box-set plot points all along the producer/songwriter spectrum in which he's worked since his debut, and Anything In Return is another exciting offering that shows he's still not ready to settle into any one genre.



TUESDAY                     4          KOKO, LONDON

WEDNESDAY               5          BRIGHTON CONCORDE 2

FRIDAY                        7          O2 ACADEMY 2 BIRMINGHAM


Toro Y Moi tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 15th February priced at £10.00 for Brighton and Birmingham £12.50 in London (subject to booking fee) and are available from or



UK April & May tour dates announced

Inc. May 29 @ London’s Roundhouse


Tribes returned to the stage in London with a triumphant sold out NME show at Electrowerkz last week. This rounded off a small run of shows (all sold out) across the country to showcase some of the new material on their forthcoming album ‘Wish To Scream’.


With the new album due May 20 and current single ‘How The Other Half Live’ preceding it on March 25, Tribes are already itching to get back out on the live stage – a place they utterly thrive.


Their next run of dates will come in two waves – kicking things off regionally from April 6-12, followed by a second run the week ‘Wish To Scream’ is released from May 21. All dates will culminate in the bands biggest London headline show to date at the 3,000 capacity Roundhouse in Camden on May 29. See full dates below.


‘Wish To Scream’ was produced by Kevin Augunas and recorded at the famed Sound City Studio in LA, where Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ and Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rumours’ were brought to life.


Tickets for all dates go on sale on Friday Feb 15 @ 9am.




6/4                   The Plug, Sheffield (Tickets)

7/4                   Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (Tickets)

8/4                   Northumbria Uni, Newcastle (Tickets)

10/4                 Waterfront, Norwich (Tickets)

11/4                 O2 Academy, Oxford (Tickets)

12/4                 Great Hall 2, Cardiff (Tickets)


04/5                 Live At Leeds, Leeds (Tickets)

21/5                 Oran Mor, Glasgow (Tickets)

22/5                 Academy 3, Manchester (Tickets)

23/5                 Institute Library, Birmingham (Tickets)

28/5                 Thekla, Bristol (Tickets)

29/5                 The Roundhouse, London (Tickets)




Monday 18th February – Jake Bugg has announced he’ll be embarking on his biggest UK tour so far this autumn, beginning in October at the Bournemouth BIC. It will cap what’s set to be an incredibly successful year for him. Jake has been nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at the Brits 2013, and has picked up another two nods at the NME Awards for Best Solo Act and the prestigious Best Album. His eponymously-titled album has been certified Platinum in the UK. He is currently coming to the end of his present UK dates which culminate in two headline shows at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. He recently announced he’ll be appearing at the Reading/Leeds Festival this summer, and he’ll be supporting The Stone Roses this summer. Jake Bugg tickets go on-sale 9am on Thursday 21st February and are available from, or


A big star at Radio 1 and 6 Music, Jake has also made appearances on Radio 2 and on Radio 4’s flagship culture show Front Row earlier this year. High profile features have included the Guardian, NME front cover, Sunday Times Culture, Q, MOJO and more.


His debut album is 14 songs, clocking in at under 40 minutes, that belie his eighteen years. Sharp, observant and honest, they inhabit a world no other new UK act is currently operating in. It opens with recent single “Lightning Bolt”, a scorching blues number with his Telecaster to the fore. New single “Two Fingers” follows with its swaggering chorus, whilst the likes of “Country Song” and “Broken” are more reflective.





SAT 19TH                      BOURNEMOUTH BIC

SUN 20TH                      PLYMOUTH PAVILIONS

TUE 22ND                      BRIGHTON CENTRE

WED 23RD                     O2 ACADEMY BRIXTON

SUN 27TH                      SWINDON OASIS

MON 28TH                     O2 ACADEMY BIRMINGHAM

THU 31ST                       O2 ACADEMY GLASGOW



SAT 2ND                        DONCASTER DOME

WED 6TH                       O2 APOLLO MANCHESTER

Jake Bugg tickets go on-sale 9am on Thursday 21st February priced at £17.50 regionally and £20.00 in London (subject to booking fee) and are available from, or




Steve Winwood today announces a UK tour taking in six nationwide shows in June 2013. Steve will play the following dates:


June 2013

Monday             17th       Cambridge Corn Exchange

Wednesday       19th       Brighton Dome

Thursday           20th       London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Saturday           22nd       Bristol Colston Hall

Monday             24th       Salford Lowry

Sunday             30th       Margate Winter Gardens


Tickets priced £32.50 (London) / £29.50 (regionally) (subject to booking fee) go on sale at 9am on Friday 22nd February from or


For more than four decades, Steve Winwood has remained a primary figure in rock ‘n’ roll, a respected innovator who has helped to create some of the genre’s most celebrated achievements.


From bursting into prominence at 15 in 1963 with the Spencer Davis Group, Winwood has since co-founded Traffic – one of the most important British groups of the 60s & 70s; joined what is often considered rock’s first ‘supergroup’ with Cream’s Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker and former Family bassist Rick Grech; and had a successful solo career in his own right following his debut solo album in 1977.


As a composer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Winwood has developed an impressive catalogue of popular music including landmark solo albums such as the Grammy Award winning Back In The High Life and Roll With It. He has nurtured a restless creative spirit, mining rich musical traditions such as Delta blues, English Folk, R&B, and West African calypso and merging these diverse influences within his own unmistakable sound. His most recent solo album, About Time, has continued that success, earning Winwood one of his highest Billboard chart entries.


It should come as no surprise to learn that many honours have been bestowed on Steve Winwood.  He is a recipient of the Ivor Novello Outstanding Song Collection and the Musicians Union Classic Rock Award—honours both voted for by his peers.  He has also received an honorary Doctorate Degree in Music from Berkeley College Of Music as well as a second Doctorate from Aston University in his hometown of Birmingham, England. On June 5th, he will be inducted into the Walk Of Fame in Nashville, TN. 


While rightfully acknowledged for his many achievements, Steve Winwood forges ahead undaunted, continuing to create and perform new and exciting material.  He remains one of the most important and influential artists in all of popular music.





24 April at The Forum tapped for Church’s debut London performance; new album, Caught In The Act: Live, to be released in the UK on Monday, 22 April 2013


(Tuesday, 19 Feb.) – Country superstar Eric Church will be making his debut performance in the UK on Wednesday 24 April at The Forum, London. Tickets to the show will be available by visiting or beginning Friday 22 Feb at 9 a.m. and priced at £22.50 (subject to booking fee).


Additionally, Caught In The Act: Live, Church’s first live album, will be released ahead of the show on 22 April. Recorded at Chattanooga, Tenn.’s Tivoli Theatre in October 2012, the album features songs from his three albums Sinners Like MeCarolina and CHIEF.


Having cut his teeth in rock bars with intermittent performances on festival stages like Orion Festival and Lollapalooza, Church’s path has often been labelled "unconventional."  He catapulted into international success with the single “Smoke A Little Smoke,” in 2010.  Awarded the ACM New Solo Vocalist of the Year Award in April 2011, Church celebrated the chart-topping release of his third studio album, CHIEF, shortly after in July 2011 with sales exceeding 145,000 in the first week–landing him at the top of the Billboard Albums chart and at No. 7 on the UK Country Albums Chart.  The album topped numerous “Best of 2011” charts including Rolling Stone, iTunes, Amazon, NPR, and SPIN and earned him prestigious Album of the Year nominations from the CMA, ACM, and GRAMMY Awards—taking home the award in that category at the 2012 CMA Awards. The success of the record and outpour of fans’ support drove Church to launch a 2012 arena headlining tour, The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour, in January 2012, with Pollstar naming the tour a Top 10 within the first quarter. 


In June 2012, less than a year after its release, CHIEF became RIAA-certified platinum with the help of Church’s first two No. 1 singles “Drink In My Hand” and “Springsteen.” Since, Church has been announced as leading the nominations for the 2013 ACM Awards, following on from multiple 2012 ACM, CMA and GRAMMY nominations for Song of the Year and Vocal Performance for the track “Springsteen.” 


Church’s London show follows The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour which saw the cross-over star play to sell-out crowds and experience record-breaking sales across the U.S. and Canada as well as prompting rave critical reviews. 


Watch Eric’s latest video for Like Jesus Does (Acoustic) here. / /


After 2010’s release ‘Movement in a Storm’ James Yuill is back with his third album entitled ‘These Spirits’.
Turn Yourself Around is about changing your outlook while its accompanying video finds its protagonist in need of such advice as he struggles with a seemingly futile task in the blistering heat.  The video takes its inspiration from Greek mythology’s story of Sisyphus..
You can watch the video here.
Musically the track is a slight change of approach for James; here he has embraced a more extrovert style. Crystal clear vocals ring out over sharp synths building to an exuberant finish.
Whereas on previous albums Yuill’s sound has been that of folk quietly and modestly underpinned by electronics here he unashamedly turns the synths up, channelling the restraint and simple melodies of Chicago house with the radio friendly mechanisms of Hot Chip and New Order.
Yuill will be headlining a show at Corsica Studios on 16th May 2013
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 1st March priced at £10 (subject to booking fee) from or
“An early contender for pop record of 2013.” – NME
“This is big, bold pop music of the highest order.” – Evening Standard
“One of the most startling makeovers in the history of pop music… you just can’t get these songs out of your head.” – Sunday Times
“Almost every one of the ten tracks is catchy and distinctive enough to become a hit.” – The Telegraph
“Huge choruses sang by women with something real to say makes for a powerful mix. Sure to get your heart beating faster.” – Daily Star
“It packs a real punch… hooky, histrionic choruses come on like narcotic rushes.” – The Observer
Tuesday 26th February – Following a succession of glowing reviews and their highest Billboard chart position to date for their recently released sixth album ‘Heartthrob’, Tegan and Sara can now confirm details of their summer UK tour. The dates – listed as below – follow last year’s tour which included arena dates with The Killers as well as select headline shows. Tegan & Sara tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 1st March and are available from, or
Featuring production from Greg Kurstin and Justin MeldalJohnsen, ‘Heartthrob’ saw Tegan and Sara deliver a new exuberant and polished sound, and also represents the first album on which the duo co-wrote much of the material together (in the past, each twin would usually write songs independently of the other).
“No one will confuse this with any of our other records,” says Sara. “It’s got a bigger, bolder, happier sound.” Tegan is explicit about the supersized ambitions motivating the record: “I kept asking myself: Can I hear this in an arena? Can I hear this on a teenager’s iPod as they’re riding the bus to school?”
For all the superficial differences, though, ‘Heartthrob’bears the true hallmarks of a Tegan and Sara record. The songs are terrific, full of lust and longing and regret, bouncing between the familiar poles of erotic rapture (‘Closer’) and post-breakup despondency (‘How Come You Don’t Want Me’). But the lyrics seem less confessional than usual, a little more universal and philosophical, as if Tegan and Sara are reflecting on the experience of passion rather than undergoing its ecstasies and torments in real time. For every urgent outburst, there’s a moment of calm reflection about past relationships – says Tom Perrotta, author (‘Little Children’, ‘Election’) and Tegan and Sara fan.
Tegan and Sara caught the attention of Neil Young’s manager Elliot Roberts after independently releasing their debut album ‘Under Feet Like Ours’ in 1999. Subsequently signed to Roberts’ Vapor Records label, the duo’s major breakthrough came with the 2004 album ‘So Jealous’. Subsequent releases have seen the pair backed by members of Death Cab For Cutie, Weezer, AFI, while they have toured with the likes of Neil Young, Paramore, The Black Keys and The Shins. They have also collaborated with superstar DJs including David Guetta and Tiesto.  
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SATURDAY                  8          MANCHESTER RITZ
SUNDAY                       9          O2 ABC GLASGOW
TUESDAY                     11         THE TROXY, LONDON
For more information, please contact Katherine Bawden at Warner Bros. Records on 020 7368 3551 or
Tegan & Sara tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 1st March priced at £18.00 in Manchester & Birmingham, £20.00 in Glasgow and £22.00 in London (subject to booking fee) and are available from, or


Praise for the album:
“An album that will surely be looked back on as one of the
Master-pieces of the early part of the century” Sunday Times Culture
“Tesfaye is riveting” Time Out 4*
“Blissful genius …a real talent” The Guardian
 “Some of the most striking music you will hear anywhere” The Times 4*
“He’s created a unique sound that is addictive” NME
“Beautifully crafted nihilism…an essential buy” The Observer
Tuesday 26th February – Following his sold out tour this March that will climax in 4 shows at Camden’s Electric Ballroom TheWeeknd has today announced that he will be playing his biggest UK shows to date in Birmingham, Manchester and London on the 22nd, 23rd and 26th November respectively. TheWeeknd tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 1st March and are available from or
‘Twentyeight’, one of the 3 new recordings included on ‘Trilogy’, TheWeeknd’s massively acclaimed recent triple album, will be released as a single on March 25th. The stunning video for this haunting track directed by Nabil Elderkin (, who has previously directed videos for among others Frank Ocean, Kanye West, and Bon Iver.
The Canadian native is one of the most remarkable, intriguing and soulful artists to emerge in recent years and his critically revered album “Trilogy”, drawing together the three acclaimed mixtapes which made him such an enormous online sensation, bears witness to his talent.
‘Trilogy’ is a perfect introduction to TheWeeknd’s unique entrancing sound and contains his 3 mixtapes ‘House of Balloons’, ‘Thursday’ and ‘Echoes of Silence’, all remixed and re-mastered for the first time as well as 3 brand new, unreleased songs – ‘Twenty Eight’, ‘Valerie’ and ‘Till Dawn (Here Comes The Sun)’ and the hit single, ‘Wicked Games’.
Last year, ‘House of Balloons’ stirred up unparalleled excitement across the blogs and tastemakers, with Complex magazine proclaiming the mixtape as the "best album of 2011", and ‘Pitchfork’ bestowing the "Best New Music" title upon it. Dominating year-end lists across the board, it claimed number 5 on Stereogum, number 8 on The Guardian and number 13 on Spin.
His peers have also embraced him just as enthusiastically. Drake along with his team OVO, was the first artist to publicly proclaim his love for TheWeeknd's music. The two joined forces and collaborated on several tracks from Drake’s no. 1 album, ‘Take Care’. One of the album standouts, “Crew Love,” co-written and co-produced by TheWeeknd, also showcased his unique vocals throughout.
Drake returned the favour by lending his vocals to one of TheWeeknd’s most popular tracks, “The Zone,” from his ‘Thursday’ mixtape. TheWeeknd was then asked to create official remixes for Florence & The Machine and Lady Gaga.  His take on Florence’s "Shake It Out" became the single's first official remix, and his interpretation of Gaga’s "Marry the Night" was a dark centrepiece of her release, ‘Born This Way: The Remixes’.
TheWeeknd has also become known for his stunning live shows. His first headlining tour sold out across the United States. He's also made surprise guest appearances on Drake’s Club Paradise tour, and has performed at high-profile festivals such as, Coachella, Primavera Sound Festival, and the Wireless Festival in London. In the last couple of months he toured with Florence & The Machine in the US where he has also just finished his own sold-out hugely acclaimed headlining tour, “The Fall Tour.”
FRIDAY                     22                    BIRMINGHAM NIA
SATURDAY              23                    O2 APOLLO MANCHESTER
TUESDAY                26                    LONDON O2 ARENA


TheWeeknd tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 1st March priced at £24.50 regionally / £28.50 & £30.00 in London (subject to booking fee) and are available from or
Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars is undoubtedly among contemporary pop’s most gifted and compelling artists.  And with global sales currently certified at 40x-platinum and over 50 million singles sold worldwide, the 14-time Grammy Award nominee has fully proven himself as a true superstar.

Released in October 2010, “DOO-WOPS & HOOLIGANS” was greeted with both popular success and critical acclaim from all corners of the globe.  “The year’s finest pop debut,” raved Rolling Stone.  “Near-flawless…(the album) delivers pleasure without pretension.”  Fueled by a remarkable string of hit singles, including the multi-platinum #1 smashes, “Just The Way You Are” and “Grenade,” the album instantly confirmed Mars as a major force in modern pop music.

Mars soon racked up a remarkable record of prestigious international awards and nominations, with victories including a “Best Male Pop Vocal Performance” Grammy Award (for “Just The Way You Are”), an American Music Award for “Pop or Rock Music/Favorite Male Artist,” a 2012 Brit Award (for “International Male Solo Artist”), two Teen Choice Awards, a 2012 People’s Choice Award (for “Favorite Male Artist”), a Soul Train Music Award, two MTV Europe Music Awards, two MTV Music Awards Japan, a BT Digital Music Award, an ECHO Award, and multiple 2011 Billboard Awards including “Top Male Hot 100 Artist of the Year.”

As if that weren’t enough, Mars received a truly stunning assortment of 2011 and 2012 honors from ASCAP, including the ASCAP Pop Award for “Song of the Year” (for “Just The Way You Are”).  In 2011, he was named to the prestigious Time 100, confirming the superstar as one of the most influential people in the world.

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Support Act

Saturday, June 22, 2013*

Washington D.C.

Verizon Center

Fitz & the Tantrums

Monday, June 24, 2013*

Philadelphia, PA

Wells Fargo Center

Fitz & the Tantrums

Wednesday, June 26, 2013*

Boston, MA

TD Garden

Fitz & the Tantrums

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Uncasville, CT

Mohegan Sun Arena

Fitz & the Tantrums

Saturday, June 29, 2013*

New York, NY

Barclays Center

Fitz & the Tantrums

Monday, July 01, 2013*


Prudential Center

Ellie Goulding

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Pittsburgh, PA

Consol Energy Center

Ellie Goulding

Wednesday, July 03, 2013*


Molson Amphitheatre

Ellie Goulding

Friday, July 05, 2013


Bell Centre

Ellie Goulding

Wednesday, July 10, 2013


Value City Arena

Ellie Goulding

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Detroit, MI

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Ellie Goulding

Saturday, July 13, 2013*

Chicago, IL

United Center

Ellie Goulding

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Minneapolis, MN

Xcel Energy

Ellie Goulding

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Calgary, AB

Scotiabank Saddledome

Ellie Goulding

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Edmonton, AB

Rexall Place

Ellie Goulding

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Vancouver, BC

Rogers Arena

Ellie Goulding

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Seattle, WA

Key Arena

Ellie Goulding

Monday, July 22, 2013

Portland, OR

Rose Garden Arena

Ellie Goulding

Wednesday, July 24, 2013*

Sacramento, CA

Sleep Train Arena

Ellie Goulding

Thursday, July 25, 2013*

San Jose, CA

HP Pavilion

Ellie Goulding

Saturday, July 27, 2013*

Los Angeles, CA

Staples Center

Ellie Goulding

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

San Diego, CA

Valley View Casino Center

Ellie Goulding

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Phoenix, AZ

US Airways Center

Ellie Goulding

Friday, August 02, 2013

Salt Lake City, UT

Maverik Center

Fitz & the Tantrums

Saturday, August 03, 2013

Las Vegas, NV

MGM Grand

Fitz & the Tantrums

Monday, August 05, 2013*

Denver, CO

Red Rocks Amphitheater

Ellie Goulding

Thursday, August 08, 2013

St. Louis, MO

Scottrade Center

Ellie Goulding

Friday, August 09, 2013

Kansas City, MO

Sprint Center

Ellie Goulding

Saturday, August 10, 2013*

Oklahoma City, OK

Chesapeake Energy Arena

Ellie Goulding

Monday, August 12, 2013

Dallas, TX

American Airlines Center

Ellie Goulding

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Austin, TX

Frank Erwin Center

Ellie Goulding

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Houston, TX

Toyota Center

Ellie Goulding

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Nashville, TN

Bridgestone Arena

Fitz & the Tantrums

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Louisville, KY

KFC Yum! Center

Fitz & the Tantrums

Monday, August 19, 2013

Indianapolis, IN

Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Fitz & the Tantrums

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Charlotte, NC

Time Warner Cable Arena

Fitz & the Tantrums

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Atlanta, GA

Philips Arena

Fitz & the Tantrums

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Tampa, FL

St. Pete Times Forum

Fitz & the Tantrums

Friday, August 30, 2013

Miami, FL

American Airlines Arena

Fitz & the Tantrums

Sunday, September 1, 2013

San Juan, PR

Coliseo de Puerto Rico










Wednesday, October 2, 2013*



The Odyssey Arena

Thursday, October 3, 2013*



The O2

Saturday, October 5, 2013*



Manchester Arena

Sunday, October 6, 2013*




Tuesday, October 8, 2013*



O2 Arena

Friday, October 11, 2013*



NIA Arena

Saturday, October 12, 2013*



Motorpoint Arena

Monday, October 14, 2013*



Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy

Tuesday, October 15, 2013*



Ziggo Dome

Thursday, October 17, 2013*




Friday, October 18, 2013*




Sunday, October 20, 2013*



SAP Arena

Monday, October 21, 2013*




Wednesday, October 23, 2013*




Thursday, October 24, 2013*




Saturday, October 26, 2013*



Mediolanum Forum

Monday, October 28, 2013*



O2 World

Tuesday, October 29, 2013*



O2 World

Thursday, October 31, 2013*




Saturday, November 2, 2013*




Sunday, November 3, 2013*



Ericsson Globe

Wednesday, November 6, 2013*


Czech Republic

O2 Arena

Thursday, November 7, 2013*



Papp Laszlo Budapest Sport Arena

Saturday, November 9, 2013*



ISS Dome

Tuesday, November 12, 2013*




Wednesday, November 13, 2013*



Le Dome

Friday, November 15, 2013*



Palacio  Vistalegre