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Foo Fighters Expand Tour, Hit Denver

Mustaine Talks Media, Metallica, And Retirement

Rob Zombie Cancels European Dates


 

Foo Fighters Expand Tour, Hit Denver

(FMQB) Foo Fighters have expanded their 2011 tour plans in support of Wasting Light, with a west coast leg of tour dates in October. Ten new dates in the U.S. and Canada have been announced, starting October 10 in Denver, followed by Salt Lake City (10/11), Los Angeles (10/13), Phoenix (10/16), San Diego (10/17), Oakland (10/19), Sacramento (10/20), Vancouver (10/25), Calgary (10/27) and Edmonton (10/28). Cage The Elephant and Mariachi el Bronx will open all the October concerts. A November 14 date in Newark, NJ has also been added, which could lead to another batch of East Coast dates being announced as well.


Mustaine Talks Media, Metallica, And Retirement

(Rock News Desk) Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine says rumours

circulated about him in the press made it more difficult for him to clean up his life. And he regrets the fact that negative headlines were published about him even after he’d stopped saying and doing things which upset others. Rock News Desk Has The Story Here


Rob Zombie Cancels European Dates

(Rock News Desk) Rob Zombie has cancelled all European dates from June 26 after calling off his two shows in Ireland at the end of June. He hasn’t given a full reason but says: “It’s not because I’m sick, it’s not because we don’t like you, and it’s not because of any of the rumours. Things have taken place that mean we have to return to the US after the 26th. It’s a total drag on every level. We feel bad about it and we’ll return and make it up to you.” None of his US shows in July are affected.