Aerosmith And Slash Touring Together This Summer

by Noiz 15. April 2014 06:47

Aerosmith And Slash Touring Together This Summer

"You know what?  We're still f**king together, we still have the passion, and we still fight and we still make up and it's still alive.  It's still rock & roll." – Steven Tyler, April 8, 2014

On July 10, Aerosmith kicks off the North American leg of their “Let Rock Rule World Tour 2014.”  On opening night they’ll be in Wantagh, New York for a show at the Jones Beach Theatre.  Their trek of the United States and Canada ends Sept. 12 with a performance at Open Hearth Park in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

Highlights of their outing include Tinley Park on July 25, The Gorge Amphitheatre on Aug. 16, and The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Aug. 25. 

“The Bad Boys from Boston” rock their hometown on July 16.  Well, it’s not actually Bean Town.  Technically, Aerosmith will be in Mansfield at the Xfinity Center.

Aerosmith in Europe
Before melting the faces off of North American rock fans, Aerosmith will gallivant around Europe for a month and a half.  Their tour of the Old World begins May 14 in Istanbul, Turkey and concludes July 2 in Kiev, Ukraine.  Yes, they’re going to play the tranquil and peaceful nation of Ukraine.  Maybe “Dude (Looks Like A Lady)” can bring a little sanity to that part of the world.

Other countries on their itinerary include Bulgaria, Lithuania, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom. 

Aerosmith is not hitting the road all by their lonesome.  They’ll be joined by legendary axe man Slash.  Officially, the marquee will read: “Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.” 

Slash and Aerosmith are huge fans of one another.  Mr. Saul Hudson cites America’s top selling band, as well as their classic album Rocks, as major influences.

“Aerosmith is one of my all-time favorite bands, and one of the greatest rock ‘n roll bands of all time. It’s an honor for me to go out and tour with them and keep the rock ‘n roll banner flying high.” – Slash

This won’t be the first time Aerosmith and Slash have figuratively shared a tour bus.  In 1988, Slash’s old band, Guns N’ Roses opened for Aerosmith during an arena tour of North America.

Music From Another Dimension!
Aerosmith doesn’t have a new album to promote.  Instead, they’ll be doubling down on their last release, 2012’s Music from Another Dimension!  It’s their first studio offering in nearly a dozen years.  Even though it peaked at number five the album didn’t sell as well as Aerosmith had wished.

According to the band, the underperformance wasn’t the material’s fault.  Joe Perry thinks it’s one of the best albums Aerosmith has “made in years and years.”  They blame sluggish sales on their record company.

Music From Another Dimension! was Aerosmith’s last album for Columbia Records.  Weeks before it hit store shelves the head of the label quit.  The turmoil at the top basically eliminated all promotion for the album, and to make matters worse, they didn’t really tour to support it. 

"How refreshing after 10 years to get f**ked by your label again.  God I missed that." – Steven Tyler

During their upcoming jaunt around the globe look for the band to play a bunch of tracks from Music From Another Dimension!  As for the rest of their set list, it will depend on the city and the venue.

Whisky A Go Go
To celebrate the announcement of their pending tour, Aerosmith played an intimate gig at Los Angeles’ Whisky a Go Go.  The famous California venue was the site of Aerosmith’s very first performance on the West Coast (as well as their first gig west of the Mississippi).  Aerosmith played the Whisky way back in December of 1973.

"Ladies and genitals!  Welcome to the Whiskey!  You love this band almost as much as I do?" – asked Steven Tyler of the Whisky a Go Go crowd that contained lucky fans, members of the media, and special guests.

After being introduced by a local deejay, Aerosmith rocked “Draw The Line,” “Same Old Song and Dance,” “Pink,” and “Walk This Way.”  Then Slash came out on stage and together they performed “Mama Kin” and “Train Kept a Rollin’.”

As everyone exited the stage, Mr. Tyler exclaimed: “Rock and roll is forever!” 

No Big Deal
It wasn’t too long ago that Aerosmith was on the verge of an implosion.  They were either going to call it quits or replace Steven Tyler.  Now in 2014, especially at the press conference that announced their world tour, the band seems to have put all their differences behind them.

I mention their recent turmoil as preface to the following revelation.  Guitarist Brad Whitford did not attend the press conference that announced the tour nor did he perform with the band at the Whisky.  He was unable to attend due to a previous engagement (according to Joe Perry’s Twitter account he was jamming with the Hendrix Experience).

Don’t worry.  Whitford is still in Aerosmith and he will be with them when they go out on tour.  Don’t read anything into his absence.  He’s was unable to attend the big event due to a previous engagement and that’s it.  I wanted to let you know so when you see images or video of Aerosmith and Slash at the Whisky a Go Go, and you don’t see Brad, you won’t panic. 

Now, here’s how you promote a tour.  Joe Perry and famous street artist Risk spray painted “Aerosmith Let Rock Rule 4-8-14” on buildings in downtown Los Angeles.  Joey Krammer apparently did the same thing with street artist Chunk in downtown Austin.  The graffiti teams continued to tag bare walls for several nights.

While a great marketing campaign it was also very illegal.  In a TMZ story about the vandalism, police told the alphabet site that had they caught Perry in the act he would have been arrested.

TMZ did catch Perry red-handed (red as in the color of spray paint).  The site snapped photos of Perry and Risk tagging a wall outside of a production studio in downtown Los Angeles.  The wall was supposed to be used for a photo shoot the very next day but it had to be postponed because of the pro-Aerosmith doodles.  Fortunately for Perry and Risk, the owner of the defaced building is an Aerosmith fan and did not press charges.

Perry’s Response
TMZ asked Perry to respond to his vandalism and the guitarist said he’ll “let the music do the talking.”  That folks is how a real rock star deals with the press.  You don’t grovel.  You don’t obfuscate.  You don’t wax philosophical about the artistic process.  You just shrug it off. 

I’m not condoning what Perry did nor do I condone not taking responsibility for your actions… unless you’re a rock star.  If you’re Joe Perry—if you’re the lead guitarist for America’s greatest rock band—it’s perfectly acceptable to “let the music do the talking.” 

Basically, when you’re a rocker you shouldn’t apologize for being bad.  You’re supposed to be bad!

Aerosmith and Slash
This summer there are a lot of great rock bands selling concert tickets—KISS, Def Leppard, Motely Crüe, and Queen—but none of them are like Aerosmith and Slash.  Aerosmith is one of the last great rock bands capable of selling out stadiums and whose sound has vestiges in the blues.  Meanwhile, Slash is one of the last, true rock and roll guitar gods.

There’s going to be a lot of great live rock music played this summer.  There will probably be shows with more thrills, more pyrotechnics, and more makeup than Aerosmith and Slash.  Yet, it’s doubtful any show will surpass “Let Rock Rule” in quality and importance.

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Toby Keith 2014 Tour And The Country Music Business

by Noiz 1. April 2014 08:39

Toby Keith 2014 Tour And The Country Music Business

Toby Keith is getting sued by a Tucson Mall.

Okay, it’s not exactly TK that’s getting served, but the operators of Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill.  The restaurateurs are being sued for stepping out on their $1 million a year lease agreement (their monthly rent was more than $77,000). 

The restaurant abruptly closed on March 7 after just 14 months of slinging slop and serving water-down drinks.

Toby Keith has little to do with that diner beyond being part of a licensing agreement.  He had, however, made promotional appearances at the location.

The lawsuit will not affect Keith’s pocketbook or his upcoming tour.

Keith is calling his 2014 musical odyssey the “Shut Up & Hold On Tour.”  The trek begins May 25 in Forest City, Iowa at the Tree Town Music Festival.  It ends Oct. 18 in Laughlin, Nevada at the Laughlin Event Center. 

On June 28, Toby Keith will be in Bristow, Virginia for a show at Jiffy Lube Live.  On July 13, Tinley Park welcomes Toby Keith to the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater.  Then on July 25, Keith performs at PNC Bank Center in Holmdel, New Jersey.

The tour’s title is taken from the opening track of Keith’s 2013 album, Drinks After Work.  That opus dropped Oct. 29 and debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200.

Going back to the out-of-business restaurant, if Keith had done more than just lend his name to the eatery it would probably still be in business.  Why?  Toby Keith is one of the best businessmen in music.  He’s the Warren Buffett of country music.   

According to Forbes magazine, over the past half-decade he’s never made less than $48 million a year.  In total, in those five years, he’s made an estimated $270 million.  Clearly, the 52-year-old singer songwriter has a knack for making money.

Here’s how he does it...

You and your friend procure Toby Keith tickets. 

A Toby Keith concert generates around $1 million.  Cha-ching!

Deciding to make a night of it, you start the evening off with a little tailgate party in the parking lot.  While there you imbibe some “Wild Shot,” a premium mescal replete with worm (mescal is an alcoholic beverage made from the maguey plant). 

Wild Shot is the number one premium mescal in the U.S.  Its label and distribution is owned by Toby Keith.  Cha-ching!

Your responsible tailgate party takes place in the back of a Ford pickup truck.  Obviously, Keith doesn’t own the Ford Motor Company but he does sell them.

Toby Keith has a multi-million dollar endorsement deal with Ford.  Cha-ching!

You and your friend enter the concert venue, but before taking your seats you visit a souvenir stand and buy some Toby Keith t-shirts.

Toby Keith merchandize has helped the singer become one of country music’s wealthiest stars.  Cha-ching!

You and your friend don’t immediately don your new threads.  You’re already wearing a Rascal Flatts t-shirt and your buddy is decked out in Taylor Swift gear.  Rascal Flatts and Taylor Swift, as well as Tim McGraw, are all part of Big Machine, a record label partly owned by Toby Keith.

Toby Keith owns a piece of Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts, and Tim McGraw.  Cha-ching!

After his awesome show, in which Keith played all your favorite songs (most of which you own), you and your friend decide to get something to eat.  Fortunately, you’re in one of the dozen U.S. cities that have a Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill.  You get a table near the window and double up on the onion rings.

Toby Keith’s involvement in his restaurant chain range from merely having his name on the front door to owning the establishment and the land it sits on.  Either way it’s… Cha-ching!

That my friend is what is called “vertical integration.”  In fact, Forbes calls Keith “the most vertically integrated performer in the music business.”

The above scenario involves what could happen before and after a Toby Keith concert.  Sure, it probably doesn’t happen like that very often, but it illustrates how many bulls Keith has in the rodeo.

To further the growth of his portfolio, Keith is adding more restaurants and signing new acts all the time.  His goal for his restaurants is to serve Wild Shot while hosting gigs by artists signed to his label. 

“I can put them on that 30-city tour. I don’t have to look for a place to play. It’s cost-effective as crap.  They’re in Toby’s house. They’re drinking Toby’s liquor. That’s Toby’s act. And then we’re moving to the next town.” — Toby Keith

Cha-ching!  Cha-ching!

Toby Keith’s business acumen has been blessed with good timing, great marketing, and instant brand name recognition.  Who hasn’t heard of “Toby Keith?”

Yet, Keith’s prowess in the board room stems from another one of his talents.  He knows his audience.

In 2005, the first Toby Keith I Love This Bar and Grill opened in Harrah’s in Las Vegas.  In preparation of the opening, the casino executive in charge of the project, Don Marrandino, asked Keith for a list of his favorite foods.  Keith gave him a rundown that featured a bunch of bar food/down-home dishes including friend bologna sandwiches.

When Keith came to preview the restaurant he noticed that his fried bologna sandwich had been replaced with some hoity toity entree.  Keith told Marrandino that his fans aren’t going to come from miles around “into my bar and grill and look for pecan-crusted catfish.”

The people in charge listened.  They removed the fancy fair and added the fried bologna sandwich to the menu.  They were wise to listen to Keith.  The restaurant tripled its opening month revenue target and by the end of the year it was one of the top-50 grossing eateries in the United States. 

Oh yeah, and the number one dish on the menu is the friend bologna sandwich.

Toby Keith is not beloved by everyone.  He may not be popular beyond country music circles, but then again he doesn’t care.  Keith is not trying to be everyone’s favorite.  He plays to a small, but loyal group of fans.  In doing so, Keith has basically built an empire that has a license to print money.

“A big rock station might play a hit 100-plus times per week.  A country station might play it 50 times. But they’ll play it forever.” — Toby Keith’s manager, TK Kimbrell

Toby Keith is forever.  After all, it may take that long for his wealth to run out.

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Phish Route Summer Tour And Book Jazz Festival

by Noiz 28. March 2014 12:17

Phish Route Summer Tour And Book Jazz Festival

That’s how long Phish could perform when they appear at the 2014 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.  The festival runs from April 25 to May 4, but Phish takes to the Acura Stage on April 26 from 4pm to 7pm.  That’s the final slot of the day.  Apparently, festival organizers like to turn in early.

This will be Phish’s second appearance at the renowned jazz festival although few will remember their first.  They performed at the NOJHF way back in 1996.  So, I guess you can say they perform there once every 18 years.  Surprisingly, Phish hasn’t performed in the city of New Orleans since 1999. 

The following week, May 3, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band headline but their slot only runs from 5:10 to 7pm.  Also scheduled to perform at the 2014 edition of the renowned music festival are Eric Clapton, Santana, and Arcade Fire.

Phish’s Summer Tour
The 2014 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is not Phish’s only scheduled concert of the year.  The world’s preeminent jam band kicks off their 2014 summer haul on July 1 with a Phish concert in Mansfield, Massachusetts at the XFINITY Center.  Their trek ends with a three night stand at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado from Aug. 29 through Aug. 31.

In total, Phish has plotted 25 concerts in 14 cities.  Here’s some bad news, at least for phans on the eastern seaboard.  According to Phish’s official Website, no more east coast dates will be announced for the summer or fall.

Below, Clickitticket looks at each of the 14 cities/venues on Phish’s itinerary. 

July 1 – Mansfield, MA @ XFINITY Center
The XFINITY Center, previously known as the Tweeter Center, Great Woods, and the Comcast Center, is located about 30 miles from Boston in Mansfield, Massachusetts.  The outdoor amphitheater can accommodate 19,900. 

July 3-5 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center
From July 3-5, Phish rocks the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York.  The Saratoga Performing Arts Center, or SPAC, opened in 1966 and is the summer home of the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra.  Since 1992, Phish has performed here more than a dozen times.

July 8-9 – Philadelphia, PA @ Mann Center for the Performing Arts
On July 8 and July 9, Philadelphia welcomes Phish to the Mann Center for the Performing Arts.  Situated on Parkside Avenue in Philadelphia’s Centennial District, the Mann Center is one of the top outdoor concerts venues on the continent.  The amphitheater seats 14,000.

July 11-13 – New York, NY @ Randall’s Island
Randall’s Island is unique.  It’s an oasis of open spaces and enjoyable waterfronts areas in the middle of New York’s urban jungle.  It’s an actual island in the East River floating between the South Bronx and Queens.  In the past, Randall’s Island has hosted Cirque du Soleil, the Vans Warped Tour, and the Electric Zoo.  The last time Phish rocked New York City was their 2013-2014 New Year’s Eve run.

July 15 – Canandaigua, NY @ CMAC
Canandaigua is located in northern New York State about half way between Buffalo and Syracuse.  It’s situated in a geographical area called the “finger lakes.”  The “CMAC” stands for Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center.  The center seats 15,000.  Canandaigua hosts just one Phish concert this year and it takes place on July 15.

July 16 – Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theatre
When it originally opened in 1972 it was called the Pine Knob Music Theatre.  The DTE Energy Music Theatre seats more than 15,000 and is located off of I-75 on Sashabaw Road.  The DTE is one of the highest-selling arenas in the world.  Mark your calendar, Phish visits Clarkston on July 16.

July 18-20 – Chicago, IL @ FirstMerit Bank Pavilion on Northerly Island
Chicago hosts three Phish concerts, one performance on each day from July 18 to July 20.  The band will be jamming at the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, located on the man-made peninsula of Northerly Island.  Attendees will not only be treated to great music but great views.  With vistas of the Chicago skyline, Soldier Field, Lake Michigan, and Burnham Harbor the pavilion has earned the nickname “Venue with a View.”

July 25 – Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion
Phish rolls into Charlotte on July 25 for a gig at the PNC Music Pavilion.  The North Carolina concert spot hosts a lot of summer shows as it’s situated between Raleigh and Atlanta.  In 2005, the venue gained a modicum of notoriety when Duran Duran frontman, Simon Le Bon, referred to the city as “Charlotte, Virginia.”  Of course, Charlotte is located in the great state of North Carolina. 

July 27 – Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
The Merriweather Post Pavilion will host a Phish concert on July 27.  The venue is situated within a 40-acre lot of preserved land known as Symphony Woods which itself is part of Columbia, Maryland.  The venue opened in 1967 and is widely regarded as one of the best amphitheaters in the United States.  Phish has performed in Columbia nine times over the years. 

July 29-30 – Portsmouth, VA @ nTelos Wireless Pavilion
Phish in Portsmouth continues the tour’s pattern of routing outdoor arenas and favoring those near water.  The venue, which seats 7,500, is located on the Elizabeth River directly across from downtown Norfolk.  In the past, the pavilion has hosted shows by Ringo Starr, John Mayer, Yes, and Journey.

Aug. 1 – Orange Beach, AL @ The Amphitheater at the Wharf
The Amphitheater at the Wharf opened in 2006 and since then has welcomed a ton of big time acts including Kenny Chesney, Def Leppard, and Taylor SwiftPhish swims into Orange Beach on August 1.  It will be the first time the band has ever played at this venue.

Aug. 2 – Birmingham, AL @ Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Phish’s concert in Birmingham is the second of three one-offs.  While in Birmingham, the Vermonters will perform at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre.  Formerly known as the Verizon Wireless Music Center, the OMA is the largest outdoor venue in Alabama.  Unusual for an amphitheater, Oak Mountain has no general admission seating.

Aug. 3 – Alpharetta, GA @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park
While in Alpharetta, Phish will perform at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park.  The spot is located in a 45-acre wooded area that’s not only beautiful but fully landscaped.   The amphitheater seats 12,000 and is the summer home of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Aug. 29-31 – Commerce City, CO @ Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
In 2014, phans will be able to attend one of three Phish concerts in Commerce City.  The shows are planned for the last three nights of August.  Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is home of the Colorado Rapids of the MLS.  This will be the fourth consecutive year Phish has held a Labor Day Weekend-run at Dick’s in Commerce City.

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Yes For An Evening With Yes

by Noiz 27. March 2014 15:38

Yes For An Evening With Yes

What a brutal schedule.  It would be brutal for a bunch of guys in their 20s but it must be incredibly difficult for a group of dudes in their 60s.

This summer, legendary progressive rock band Yes is launching a tour of the United States.  Their trek is being called “An Evening With Yes.”

Their outing begins July 8 in Boston, Massachusetts (at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion) and ends Aug. 24 when Yes visits Los Angeles for a show at the Greek Theatre.

So what?  Their tour begins in early July and ends in late August.  That’s no big deal.  A lot of tours begin early in the month and end late in the next.

That’s true, but between July 8 and Aug. 24 Yes will play an amazing 34 concerts! 

That’s 34 concerts in 47 days.  That’s a furious pace especially for a bunch of old timers.  During their tour they’ll play back-to-back nights 21 times.  They’ll perform three nights in-a-row six times.

Now, get this: Yes will finish their tour with a run of four shows in four nights.  That stint begins Aug. 21 in Tulalip, Washington.  From there they go to Grand Ronde, Oregon; that’s followed by a gig in Lincoln, California; and finally, as I enumerated earlier, they rock Los Angeles on Aug. 24.

Highlights of Yes’ whirlwind jaunt around the States includes Yes in New York on July 9, Philadelphia on July 19, and Houston on Aug. 5.

In Their Entirety
At every one of Yes’ 34 concerts, the band will play two of its greatest albums in their entirety.  Those albums are Fragile from 1971 and Close to the Edge in 1972.  Then, for an encore, the band will play hits not found on those albums as well as cuts from their upcoming release, Heaven and Earth.

Yes toured in 2013.  During that trek they played three albums in its entirety: The Yes Album (1971), Close to the Edge (1972), and Going for the One (1977).  Due to time constraints, they only played two full albums at concert venues inside a casinos.

Fragile was the first Yes album to feature the great Rick Wakeman.  He replaced Tony Kaye who had no interest in playing a new instrument called the Moog synthesizer.  The budget for Fragile was $30,000—a large portion of which went to buying the aforementioned keyboard and others like it.

There are nine tracks on Fragile, including the band’s most famous song “Roundabout.”  Four of the songs are group efforts.  The other five were “arranged and organized” by each member.  At the time, the band was comprised of Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, and Wakeman.

Fragile peaked at number four in United States and number seven in the United Kingdom.   The album has been certified double Platinum by the RIAA.

Fragile Track Listing
1. "Roundabout"             
2. "Cans and Brahms"    
3. "We Have Heaven"   
4. "South Side of the Sky"           

1. "Five Per Cent for Nothing"
2. "Long Distance Runaround"
3. "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)"                
4. "Mood for a Day"       
5. "Heart of the Sunrise" 

Close to the Edge
Close to the Edge was Yes’ follow up to Fragile.  It was released in September of 1972.  Drummer Bill Bruford left Yes after the album was finished and joined King Crimson.  Bruford became disillusioned with Yes’ progressive rock sound.

Close to the Edge contains three tracks.  The title track encompasses the entire first side and runs nearly 19 minutes long.  Its lyrics are inspired by the book Siddhartha written by Hermann Hesse.  Side two contains “And You and I,” its ten minutes long, and "Siberian Khatru,” which runs just under nine minutes. 

Eddy Offord produced the album (he also produced Fragile) and did so with the band.  To help the band sound “more live,” Offord had a huge stage built inside the studio. 

The album cover marks the first time we see the famous “Yes” bubble logo.  The logo was designed by Roger Dean. 

Close to the Edge peaked at number three in the U.S. and earned the band their third straight Platinum album.  The album hit store shelves during Yes’ world tour.

Close to the Edge Track Listing
1. "Close to the Edge"
I. "The Solid Time of Change"
II. "Total Mass Retain"
III. "I Get Up I Get Down"
IV. "Seasons of Man"  

1. "And You and I"
I. "Cord of Life"
II. "Eclipse"
III. "The Preacher the Teacher"
IV. "The Apocalypse" 

Heaven and Earth
Heaven and Earth is set to drop July 8.  It’s Yes’ 21st studio album.  It’s also their first since 2011’s Fly from Here and their first with Jon Davison as lead vocalist.  By the way, Davison is the only band member not in his 60s.  The Canadian is 43. 

Heaven and Earth was recorded in early 2014 in Los Angeles.  It was produced by Roy Thomas Baker.  Davison contributed to the album’s songwriting and apparently wrote most of the album’s lyrics.  Davison joined Yes in 2012.

Pros and Cons
The act of performing an album in its entirety has been embraced by a lot of bands, everyone from The Cure to Linkin Park.  Fans are mixed on the issue.  Many love the idea while others, regardless of the album or the band, hate it.  Below, is a list of pros and cons for performing an album in its entirety.

>>It increases the significance and vitality of the medium and raises it above being a commercial vehicle for one or two singles and a bunch of fillers.
>>Benefits “AOR” artists like Bruce Springsteen, Queen, and Phish.
>>It revitalizes an artist’s live show for hardcore fans that have seen them numerous times.
>>You know exactly what the band is going to play.

>>You know exactly what the band is going to play.
>>It’s a cheap gimmick.  Who cares if an artist plays an entire album?  Ultimately, it’s about putting on the best show possible.
>>Playing an entire album may mean hits from other albums are not played.
>>Doesn’t benefit “singles” artists like Madonna, Katy Perry, and Justin Timberlake.

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