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Credit: Lynn GoldsmithTodd Rundgren and his old band Utopia currently are traveling across the U.S. on a reunion tour that wraps up on June 5 in Riverside, California. Meanwhile, the prolific singer/songwriter tells ABC Radio that he's started work on a new album that will be a follow-up to his 2017 studio effort, White Knight, which featured collaborations with various well-known artists.

"I'm continuing in the vein of my most recent project…which is more or less collaborative experiments," Todd explains. "And I've got a couple of tracks now I'm just wrapping up, and I'm gonna start a few more, and probably by the end of the year I may have another whole album's worth of those."

Among the musicians who contributed to White Knight were Daryl Hall, Steely Dan's Donald Fagen, Joe Walsh, Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor, rock-guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani and Utopia bassist Kasim Sulton.

As for who may be featured on the upcoming album, Todd notes, "[N]ew names pop into my head all the time about people I might like to work with, and sometimes people from the original project who couldn't complete [their track] then will come back around and have something for me that didn't make the original release." He adds, "I'm having a lot of fun with [the project.]"

In other news, Rundgren has just announced a new run of summer headlining shows that will take place at venues in the Eastern and Southern U.S. The trek is mapped out from a July 25 concert in Salisbury, Massachusetts, through an August 18 gig in Clearwater, Florida.

Tickets for the shows go on sale to the general public this Friday, May 25, at noon ET. Visit Rundgren's Facebook page for more information.

Here are the remaining Utopia reunion tour dates:

5/22 -- Chicago, IL, Chicago Theater
5/24 -- Denver, CO, Paramount Theater
5/26 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
5/27 -- Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theater
5/29 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
5/30 -- San Francisco, CA, The Masonic
6/1 -- Seattle, WA, Moore Theater
6/2 -- Portland, OR, Revolution Theater
6/4 -- Sacramento, CA, Crest Theatre
6/5 -- Riverside, CA, Fox Performing Arts Center

And here are Rundgren's summer headlining dates:

7/25 -- Salisbury, MA, Blue Ocean Music Hall
7/26 -- Portland, ME, Aura
7/28 -- East Greenwich, RI, Greenwich Odeum
7/29 -- Wilkes-Barre, PA, F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
7/31 -- Pawling, NY, Daryl's House Club
8/1 -- Pawling, NY, Daryl's House Club
8/3 -- Albany, NY, The Egg
8/4 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Golden Nugget Atlantic City
8/8 -- Munhall, PA, Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall
8/10 -- Chattanooga, TN, Walker Theatre
8/11 -- Biloxi, MS, Hard Rock Live - Biloxi
8/13 -- Nashville, TN, City Winery - Nashville
8/18 -- Clearwater, FL, Capitol Theatre

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ABC/Richard CartwrightThe #MeToo movement has raised awareness of rampant sexual harassment in the entertainment industry, but The Who's Roger Daltrey says he doesn't believe the issue is a problem within the music business, at least among well-known rock artists.

"Why would any rock star need to push themselves on women?" Daltrey poses in a new interview with The Daily Mail's Event magazine. "Usually it's the other way around. I'd like to have [one British pound] for every woman that s****s my a**. Mick Jagger would be a billionaire out of it."

Despite various allegations of inappropriate behavior that have been leveled at many rock artists over the years, Roger adds, "If it was going to be in the rock business, it would've been out by now. It would've been out a long time ago."

Continuing on the topic, the 74-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer says, "I find this whole thing so obnoxious. It's always allegations and it's just salacious crap."

Daltrey compares the situation to the allegations against his band mate Pete Townshend, who was arrested in 2003 and charged with accessing child pornography online, then cleared of those charges soon after.

"He didn't have anything on his computer at all," Daltrey insists. "They never found one f***ing thing on 35 computers. It's a joke."

Daltrey also talks about his upcoming solo album, As Long As I Have You -- due out June 1 -- which includes some covers of soul tunes that The Who played early in the group's career.

"I was always a soul singer," Daltrey maintains. As for the material on the new record, he notes, "I'm singing the same words on the songs that we did all those years ago, but now they're full of life. And full of living."

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Courtesy of Julien's AuctionsHistoric guitars that belonged to The Band's Robbie Robertson and the late George Harrison both sold at a New York City memorabilia auction over the weekend for more than $400,000.

Robertson's 1965 Fender Telecaster, which Bob Dylan played frequently during his 1966 "going electric" tour, fetched $490,000 on Saturday at the "Music Icons" sale organized by Julien's Auctions and hosted by the Hard Rock Café. The guitar also was used by Dylan and Robertson at various famous recording sessions and was played by Robbie at Woodstock and other historic concerts.

Meanwhile, a Hofner Club 40 model guitar that belonged to Harrison from 1959 to 1966, and was the first electric guitar that he ever owned, went for $430,000 after being estimated to sell for between $200,000 and $300,000.

Other items that brought in big bucks at the auction included an embellished white leather belt worn onstage by Elvis Presley, which sold for $354,400; a black leather ensemble and yellow shirt Michael Jackson wore in the 1988 film Moonwalker, which fetched $217,600; a gold, silver and leather belt belonging to Jackson, which went for $179,200; and a 1968 Fender Telecaster guitar prototype custom made for Elvis, which fetched $115,200.

The Saturday sale was preceded Friday by another "Music Icons" auction focusing solely on items from the life and career of the late Prince.  The most expensive collectible at that event was Prince's custom-made Yellow Cloud guitar, which sold for $225,000, and an electric-blue outfit that the entertainer wore while performing with Lenny Kravitz during a 1999 New Year's Eve event at his Paisley Park residence, which brought $108,800.

Visit JuliensAuctions.com and JuliensLive.com to check out the full results of both sales.

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ABC/Eric McCandlessThe first installment of the two-night American Idol finale aired Sunday on ABC, and in addition to a trio of performances from the top three contestants, the show featured a surprise appearance by former Journey singer Steve Perry.

Perry was on hand to watch one of the three finalists, pop-country singer Gabby Barrett, perform a version of the Journey classic "Don't Stop Believin'." After Barrett finished her performance, the camera turned to show Perry standing in the audience clapping. Gabby reacted by declaring, "Steve Perry! Oh my gosh, I love you so much! What an honor!"

Judge Katy Perry then said, "I cannot believe that Steve Perry of Journey is watching you sing 'Don't Stop Believin'.' I feel like he should be the one to give the critique."

"She was amazing, that's my critique," Steve responded, then welcomed Barrett with open arms for a big hug.

Host Ryan Seacrest then asked the Journey legend, "What did you think? What did you feel? What did you see, Steve?"

Perry gushed, "It was the most amazing version I've ever heard. I swear. It was beautiful, just beautiful. Thank you so much."

Barrett then told Perry, "It's an honor to sing it in front of you. It truly is."

Gabby will find out tonight whether she, Caleb Lee Hutchinson or Maddie Poppe will be crowned the latest American Idol winner. The second part of the finale airs at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, and will feature a variety of guest performances and duets. Judge Lionel Richie and soul/R&B great Patti LaBelle is among the many stars who will take the stage during the show.

The first installment of the two-night American Idol finale aired Sunday on ABC, and in addition to a trio of performances from the top three contestants, the show featured a surprise appearance by former Journey singer Steve Perry.

Perry was on hand to watch one of the three finalists, pop-country singer Gabby Barrett, perform a version of the Journey classic "Don't Stop Believin'." After Barrett finished her performance, the camera turned to show Perry standing in the audience clapping. Gabby reacted by declaring, "Steve Perry! Oh my gosh, I love you so much! What an honor!"

Judge Katy Perry then said, "I cannot believe that Steve Perry of Journey is watching you sing 'Don't Stop Believin'.' I feel like he should be the one to give the critique."

"She was amazing, that's my critique," Steve responded, then welcomed Barrett with open arms for a big hug.

Host Ryan Seacrest then asked the Journey legend, "What did you think? What did you feel? What did you see, Steve?"

Perry gushed, "It was the most amazing version I've ever heard. I swear. It was beautiful, just beautiful. Thank you so much."

Barrett then told Perry, "It's an honor to sing it in front of you. It truly is."

Gabby will find out tonight whether she, Caleb Lee Hutchinson or Maddie Poppe will be crowned the latest American Idol winner. The second part of the finale airs at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, and will feature a variety of guest performances and duets. Judge Lionel Richie and soul/R&B great Patti LaBelle is among the many stars who will take the stage during the show.

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Credit: Michael MullerBilly Idol has lined up a new series of U.S. concerts scheduled to take place in September. The run of shows begins September 12 in Portland, Oregon, and is plotted out through a September performance in Nashville.

Other cities that the veteran rocker will visit include Salt Lake City, Denver, Kansas City and San Antonio.

Besides the newly added dates, Idol's itinerary includes previously announced appearances at the KAABOO Festival in Del Mar, California, on September 15, and at Foo Fighters' 2018 Cal Jam in San Bernardino, California, on October 5.

Meanwhile, Idol also has four California gigs scheduled for the coming week, including a sold-out acoustic club show with longtime guitarist Steve Stevens on Tuesday, May 22, at Largo in Los Angeles, and a performance this Saturday, May 26, at the BottleRock festival in Napa Valley.

In addition, Billy has a major European summer trek scheduled from a June 15 concert in Nickelsdorf, Austria, through an August 1 show in Reykjavík, Iceland.

Here are all of Idol's confirmed U.S. tour dates, according to BillyIdol.net:

5/22 -- Los Angeles, CA, Largo
5/24 -- Valley Center, CA, Harrah's Resort
5/26 -- Napa Valley, CA BottleRock
5/27 -- Indio, CA, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
9/12 -- Portland, OR, Oregon Zoo Amphitheater
9/14 -- Lincoln, CA, Thunder Valley Casino
9/15 -- Del Mar, CA, Kaaboo Festival
9/17 -- Salt Lake City, UT, Red Butte Garden
9/19 -- Denver, CO, Paramount Theatre
9/21 -- Kansas City, MO, Uptown Theater
9/25 -- San Antonio, TX, Tobin Center
9/28 -- Nashville, TN, Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel
10/5 -- San Bernardino, CA, Cal Jam

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Courtesy of Live NationRock hysteria is sure to ensue throughout North America soon, as Def Leppard and Journey are launching a massive co-headlining tour tonight in Hartford, Connecticut. The 60-date trek, which marks the first time in 12 years that the two bands have hit the road together, is scheduled through an October 6-7 stand at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott says fans who come to the shows can expect to be treated to one memorable song after another.

"Both bands have just got an enormous back catalog, a wealthy back catalog of massive hits," Elliott tells ABC Radio. "If you haven't heard a Journey song or a Leppard song within an hour of turning on a rock station then you're in the wrong country."

Asked if he has a favorite Journey tune, Elliott picks the hard-driving 1983 cut "Chain Reaction," which he says is "just a stunning song."

Meanwhile, Journey's Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain both discussed their favorite Def Leppard songs with ABC Radio.

Schon mentions "Hysteria" as a standout, while noting, "Everything that they've ever done is, like, you know it the second that it comes on exactly what it is. So I don't really have one favorite song."

Cain also chooses "Hysteria" as a favorite, along with "Love Bites." He adds, "They know how to make great records, and they're powerful."

As for whether there might be some jamming during the tour, Elliott says, "We can drag [Schon] up to do a song, and I dare say you might find me just sneaking on at some stage doing some backing vocals, [but you don't plan] these things."

The tour also will feature Peter Frampton, The Pretenders and Cheap Trick as openers at select concerts. Here are all of the dates:

5/21 -- Hartford, CT, XL Center
5/23 -- Albany, NY, Times Union Center
5/25 -- Hershey, PA, Hersheypark Stadium
5/26 -- Buffalo, NY, KeyBank Center
5/28 -- Cleveland, OH, Quicken Loans Arena
5/30 -- Cincinnati, OH, US Bank Arena
6/1 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, Rogers Centre*
6/2 -- Pittsburgh, PA, PPG Paints Arena
6/5 -- Raleigh, NC, PNC Arena
6/6 -- Knoxville, TN, Thompson-Boling Arena
6/8 -- Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live
6/9 -- Charlotte, NC, Spectrum Center
6/11 -- Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center
6/13 -- New York, NY, Madison Square Garden
6/15 -- Newark, NJ, Prudential Center
6/16 -- Baltimore, MD, Royal Farms Arena
7/1 -- Atlanta, GA, Sun Trust Park
7/3 -- Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
7/4 -- Milwaukee, WI, Summerfest
7/6 -- Memphis, TN, FedEx Forum
7/7 -- Little Rock, AR, Verizon Arena
7/9 -- Tulsa, OK, BOK Center
7/11 -- Louisville, KY, KFC Yum! Center
7/13 -- Detroit, MI, Comerica Park
7/14 -- Chicago, IL, Wrigley Field
7/16 -- Wichita, KS, InTrust Bank Arena
7/18 -- Sioux Falls, SD, Denny Sanford Premier Center
7/19 -- Lincoln, NE, Pinnacle Bank Arena
7/21 -- Denver, CO, Coors Field
7/23 -- Des Moines, IA, Wells Fargo Arena
7/25 -- Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center
7/27 -- Minneapolis, MN, Target Field#
7/28 -- Fargo, ND, Fargo Dome
8/11 -- Boston, MA, Fenway Park#
8/13 -- Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
8/15 -- Columbia, SC, Colonial Life Arena
8/17 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL, BB&T Center
8/18 -- Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena
8/20 -- Birmingham, AL, Legacy Arena at BJCC
8/22 -- Columbus, OH, Value City Arena at Schottenstein
8/24 -- St. Louis, MO, Bush Stadium
8/25 -- Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
8/27 -- New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center
8/29 -- Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center
8/31 -- San Antonio, TX, AT&T Center
9/1 -- Houston TX, Toyota Center
9/3 -- Houston TX, Toyota Center
9/5 -- Albuquerque, NM, Isleta Amphitheatre
9/7 -- Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Arena
9/8 -- Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena
9/21 -- San Francisco, CA, AT&T Park
9/23 -- San Diego, CA, Petco Park
9/25 -- Salt Lake City, UT, Vivint Arena
9/26 -- Nampa, ID, Ford Idaho Center Arena
9/28 -- Portland, OR, Moda Center
9/29 -- George, WA, The Gorge
10/1 -- Vancouver, BC, Canada, Rogers Arena
10/4 -- Sacramento, CA, Golden One Center
10/6 -- Inglewood, CA, The Forum
10/7 -- Inglewood, CA, The Forum

* = Peter Frampton opens
= The Pretenders open
# = Cheap Trick opens.

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The Billboard Music Awards took place Sunday night at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. Kelly Clarkson hosted the ceremony, which featured performances by Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato, Dua Lipa, Camila Cabello and more.

Many of the winners were announced hours prior to the telecast, with the big awards being revealed during the ceremony itself. Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran tied for the most awards, with six each. Below is a complete list of winners.

2018 Billboard Music Awards winners:

Top Artist:
Drake
Kendrick Lamar
Bruno Mars
Ed Sheeran -- WINNER
Taylor Swift

Top New Artist:
21 Savage
Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Khalid -- WINNER
Kodak Black

Billboard Chart Achievement Award:
Camila Cabello -- WINNER
Cardi B
Drake
Sam Hunt
Ed Sheeran

Top Male Artist:
Drake
Kendrick Lamar
Bruno Mars
Post Malone
Ed Sheeran -- WINNER

Top Female Artist:
Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Halsey
Demi Lovato
Taylor Swift -- WINNER

Top Duo/Group:
The Chainsmokers
Coldplay
Imagine Dragons -- WINNER
Migos
U2

Top Billboard 200 Artist:
Drake -- WINNER
Kendrick Lamar
Ed Sheeran
Chris Stapleton
Taylor Swift

Top Hot 100 Artist:
Imagine Dragons
Kendrick Lamar
Bruno Mars
Post Malone
Ed Sheeran -- WINNER

Top Streaming Songs Artist:
Cardi B
Drake
Kendrick Lamar -- WINNER
Post Malone
Ed Sheeran

Top Song Sales Artist:
Imagine Dragons
Kendrick Lamar
Bruno Mars
Post Malone
Ed Sheeran -- WINNER

Top Radio Songs Artist:
Halsey
Imagine Dragons
Bruno Mars
Charlie Puth
Ed Sheeran -- WINNER

Top Social Artist:
Justin Bieber
BTS -- WINNER
Ariana Grande
Demi Lovato
Shawn Mendes

Top Touring Artist:
Coldplay
Guns N’ Roses
Bruno Mars
Ed Sheeran
U2 -- WINNER

Top R&B Artist:
Chris Brown
Khalid
Bruno Mars -- WINNER
SZA
The Weeknd

Top R&B Male Artist:
Khalid
Bruno Mars -- WINNER
The Weeknd

Top R&B Female Artist:
Beyonce
Rihanna
SZA -- WINNER

Top R&B Tour:
Bruno Mars -- WINNER
Lionel Richie
The Weeknd

Top Rap Artist:
Drake
Kendrick Lamar -- WINNER
Lil Uzi Vert
Migos
Post Malone

Top Rap Male Artist:
Drake
Kendrick Lamar -- WINNER
Post Malone

Top Rap Female Artist:
Bhad Bhabie
Cardi B -- WINNER
Nicki Minaj

Top Rap Tour:
J. Cole
JAY-Z -- WINNER
Kendrick Lamar

Top Country Artist:
Kane Brown
Luke Combs
Sam Hunt
Thomas Rhett
Chris Stapleton -- WINNER

Top Country Male Artist:
Sam Hunt
Thomas Rhett
Chris Stapleton -- WINNER

Top Country Female Artist:
Kelsea Ballerini
Miranda Lambert
Maren Morris -- WINNER

Top Country Duo/Group Artist:
Florida Georgia Line -- WINNER
Old Dominion
Zac Brown Band

Top Country Tour:
Luke Bryan -- WINNER
Florida Georgia Line
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

Top Rock Artist:
Imagine Dragons -- WINNER
Linkin Park
Portugal. The Man
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
twenty one pilots

Top Rock Tour:
Coldplay
Guns N’ Roses
U2 -- WINNER

Top Latin Artist:
J Balvin
Daddy Yankee
Luis Fonsi
Ozuna -- WINNER
Romeo Santos

Top Dance/Electronic Artist:
The Chainsmokers -- WINNER
Calvin Harris
Kygo
Marshmello
ODESZA

Top Christian Artist:
Elevation Worship
Hillsong UNITED
Hillsong Worship
MercyMe -- WINNER
Zach Williams

Top Gospel Artist:
Anthony Brown & group therAPy
Travis Greene
J.J. Hairston & Youthful Praise
Tasha Cobbs Leonard -- WINNER
Tamela Mann

Top Billboard 200 Album:
Drake, More Life
Kendrick Lamar, DAMN. -- WINNER
Post Malone, Stoney
Ed Sheeran ÷ (Divide)
Taylor Swift, reputation

Top Selling Album:
Kendrick Lamar, DAMN.
P!nk, Beautiful Trauma
Ed Sheeran, ÷ (Divide)
Chris Stapleton, From A Room: Volume 1
Taylor Swift, reputation -- WINNER

Top Soundtrack:
Black Panther
The Fate of the Furious: The Album
The Greatest Showman
Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2
Moana -
- WINNER

Top R&B Album:
Khalid, American Teen
Bruno Mars, 24K Magic -- WINNER
SZA, CTRL
The Weeknd, Starboy
XXXTentacion, 17

Top Rap Album:
Drake, More Life
Kendrick Lamar, DAMN. -- WINNER
Lil Uzi Vert, Luv Is Rage 2
Migos, Culture
Post Malone, Stoney

Top Country Album:
Kane Brown, Kane Brown
Luke Combs, This One’s For You
Thomas Rhett, Life Changes
Chris Stapleton, From A Room: Volume 1 -- WINNER
Brett Young, Brett Young

Top Rock Album:
Imagine Dragons, Evolve -- WINNER
Linkin Park, One More Light
Panic! At The Disco, Death of a Bachelor
Portugal. The Man, Woodstock
U2, Songs of Experience

Top Latin Album:
Nicky Jam, Fenix
Christian Nodal, Me Deje Llevar
Ozuna, Odisea -- WINNER
Romeo Santos, Golden
Shakira, El Dorado

Top Dance/Electronic Album:
Avicii, AV?CI (01)
The Chainsmokers, Memories…Do Not Open -- WINNER
Calvin Harris, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1
Kygo, Stargazing
ODESZA, A Moment Apart

Top Christian Album:
Elevation Worship, There Is A Cloud
Hillsong UNITED, Wonder
Hillsong Worship, Let There Be Light
Alan Jackson, Precious Memories Collection -- WINNER
MercyMe, Lifer

Top Gospel Album:
Anthony Brown & group therAPy, A Long Way From Sunday
Travis Greene, Crossover: Live From Music City
J.J. Hairston & Youthful Praise, You Deserve It
Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Heart. Passion. Pursuit -- WINNER
Marvin Sapp, Close

Top Hot 100 Song:
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber, "Despacito" -- WINNER
Kendrick Lamar, "Humble."
Bruno Mars, "That’s What I Like"
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage, "Rockstar"
Ed Sheeran, "Shape Of You"

Top Streaming Song (Audio):
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber, "Despacito"
Kendrick Lamar, "Humble." -- WINNER
Lil Uzi Vert, "XO Tour LLIF3"
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage, "Rockstar"
Post Malone ft. Quavo, "Congratulations"

Top Streaming Song (Video):
Cardi B, "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)"
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber, "Despacito" -- WINNER
Lil Pump, "Gucci Gang"
Bruno Mars, "That’s What I Like"
Ed Sheeran, "Shape of You"

Top Selling Song:
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber, "Despacito" -- WINNER
Sam Hunt “Body Like A Back Road”
Imagine Dragons “Believer”
Imagine Dragons “Thunder”
Ed Sheeran “Perfect”

Top Radio Song:
The Chainsmokers & Coldplay, “Something Just Like This”
Imagine Dragons, “Believer”
Bruno Mars, “That’s What I Like”
Charlie Puth, “Attention”
Ed Sheeran, "Shape of You” -- WINNER

Top Collaboration:
Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug, “Havana”
The Chainsmokers & Coldplay, “Something Just Like This”
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber, “Despacito”
French Montana ft. Swae Lee, “Unforgettable”
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage, “Rockstar”

Top R&B Song:
Childish Gambino, “Redbone”
DJ Khaled ft. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller, “Wild Thoughts”
Khalid, “Young Dumb & Broke”
Bruno Mars, “That’s What I Like” -- WINNER
Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B, “Finesse”

Top Rap Song:
Cardi B, “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”
DJ Khaled ft. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne, “I’m The One"
French Montana ft. Swae Lee, “Unforgettable”
Kendrick Lamar, “Humble.”
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage, “Rockstar” -- WINNER

Top Country Song:
Kane Brown ft. Lauren Alaina, “What Ifs”
Sam Hunt, “Body Like A Back Road” -- WINNER
Dustin Lynch, “Small Town Boy”
Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line, “Meant To Be”
Brett Young, “In Case You Didn’t Know”

Top Rock Song:
Imagine Dragons “Believer” -- WINNER
Imagine Dragons “Thunder”
Linkin Park ft. Kiiara “Heavy”
Portugal. The Man “Feel It Still”
The Revivalists “Wish I Knew You”

Top Latin Song:
J Balvin & Willy William Ft. Beyonce, “Mi Gente”
Becky G ft. Bad Bunny, ”Mayores”
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber, “Despacito” -- WINNER
Maluma, “Felices Los 4”
Wisin ft. Ozuna, “Escapate Conmigo”

Top Dance/Electronic Song:
The Chainsmokers & Coldplay, “Something Just Like This” -- WINNER
Cheat Codes ft. Demi Lovato, “No Promises”
Clean Bandit ft. Sean Paul & Ann-Marie, “Rockabye”
Kygo & Selena Gomez, “It Ain’t Me”
Zedd & Alessia Cara, “Stay”

Top Christian Song:
Elevation Worship, “O Come To The Altar”
Hillsong Worship, “What A Beautiful Name” -- WINNER
Lecrae ft. Tori Kelly, “I’ll Find You”
MercyMe, “Even If”
Zach Williams, “Old Church Choir”

Top Gospel Song:
Anthony Brown & group therAPy, “Trust In You”
Travis Greene, “You Waited”
J.J. Hairston & Youthful Praise, “You Deserve It” -- WINNER
Tamela Mann, “Change Me”
Charlie Wilson, “I’m Blessed”

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Gary Null/NBCOn December 3, 1968, Elvis Presley starred in a popular NBC special that featured his first live TV performances since 1961, a TV event that came to be known as Elvis' "Comeback Special." In honor of the program's 50th anniversary, NBC has announced plans for a star-studded two-hour tribute event that'll air in 2019.

The 50th Anniversary of the Elvis Comeback Special will feature a variety of contemporary music artists recreating the performances Presley gave on the original show. The event also will offer rare footage of the late King of Rock 'n' Roll, outtakes, and interviews with those involved in the 1968 special, including director Steve Binder.

The '68 comeback special, originally titled Singer Presents…ELVIS, featured Presley performing a variety of his hits plus some classic rock 'n' roll covers, all while dressed in a black leather jacket and pants. The show is widely credited with reigniting Elvis' career and sparking his decision to return to touring.

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Courtesy of AXS TVPaul Rodgers, of Bad Company and Free fame, and Todd Rundgren will be featured on the latest episode of Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar, airing on AXS TV this Sunday, May 20.

The program captures some of the action from the 2018 edition of the star-studded Rock Legends Cruise, which the Red Rocker hosted.

In a preview of the show, we see Rodgers welcome Hagar onstage for a performance of Bad Company's "Rock and Roll Fantasy." The clip also includes an interview segment in which Rodgers tells Hagar about how he views his music career.

"I don't really even think of it as a career," Paul maintains. "It's just like life is music and music is life."

In another preview, Rundgren talks about the studio he built because he "wanted to change the rules of recording" for himself.

Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT.

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Identity Records/The Fuel MusicEarlier this month, Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain published a memoir titled Don't Stop Believin': The Man, the Band, and the Song that Inspired Generations. Now the veteran musician has announced plans to release a new digital album as a companion to the book.

The Songs You Leave Behind, which arrives June 8, is a 19-track collection featuring two brand-new tunes, five unreleased recordings and 12 autobiographical songs that reflect stories and themes from Cain's memoir.

The album's title track, which is one of the new tunes, premiered today at Billboard.com. The piano-driven ballad, which features guitar work by Miles Schon, son of Journey guitarist Neal Schon, finds Cain reflecting on his legacy as a songwriter.

"It's just me saying you'll be remembered for the songs you leave behind," Cain tells Billboard. "As a songwriter and having the blessings and the success I've had, that's all I can hope for."

The other new tune on the album, "What Else Have I Missed," was co-written by Grammy-winning country songwriter Gary Baker and is dedicated to Jonathan's children.

Among the five archival unreleased recordings is "The Day They Became Angels," a song commemorating the fire at Cain's grade school that claimed the lives of 92 of his classmates. Jonathan debuted the tune at a 50th anniversary memorial mass held in 2008 at Holy Family Church in Chicago.

Some tracks on The Songs You Leave Behind are remastered versions of tunes that appeared on Cain's previous solo albums, 1995's Back to the Innocence and 2001's Anthology.

The audiobook edition of Jonathan's memoir features 20 songs.

Journey kicks off a lengthy North American tour with Def Leppard this Monday, May 21, in Hartford, Connecticut. The trek is mapped out through an October 6-7 stand in Inglewood, California.

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Big Machine Label GroupAs Cheap Trick prepares to launch a new North American tour with Poison tonight in Irvine, California, the band has just released a brand-new single, "The Summer Looks Good on You."

The song is available now as a digital download and via streaming services. You also can check out a lyrics video at Cheap Trick's official YouTube channel that features brightly colored animated paint splatters and the band's trademark black-and-white checkerboard pattern as the lyrics are displayed.

"The Summer Looks Good on You" is a big-sounding mid-tempo pop-rock tune that, as the title suggests, celebrates the beginning of the season. The track includes a soaring instrumental break that blends a wailing guitar solo with what sounds like a full orchestra. The song was co-written by Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander and Tom Petersson, along with frequent collaborator Julian Raymond, who co-produced the track with the band.

Cheap Trick's Nothin' but a Good Time Tour with Poison and opening act Pop Evil is plotted out through a July 1 concert in Hollywood, Florida. The band also has a variety of other shows on their 2018 schedule. Check out their full itinerary at CheapTrick.com.

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Believe it or not, next year marks the 10th anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, and the tragic event is being examined in a two-hour ABC special airing Thursday, May 24.

The Last Days of Michael Jackson explores the late King of Pop's life and legacy, via interviews with those who knew him, and never-before-seen footage of interviews MJ did with Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer

The show also will feature new interviews with Derek "Cooley" Jaxson, who taught Michael how to moonwalk; the MJ impersonator Navi, who served as the star's decoy at public appearances; and Lisa Staub, a tour operator who was in front of MJ's house the day he died.

The Last Days of Michael Jackson airs May 24 at 8 p.m. ET.

Meanwhile, MJ is getting his own street in the Motor City.  According to the Detroit Free Press, the city will rename a stretch of Randolph Street in the theater district "Michael Jackson Avenue."  A ceremony will be held June 15, as part of the Detroit Music Weekend festival.  The surviving members of The Jackson 5 will also receive a key to the city by Mayor Mike Duggan, and will play a headlining concert during the festival.

The honor comes nearly 50 years after The Jackson 5's July 23, 1968, audition for Motown Records. They were initially turned down by label head Berry Gordy, but he reconsidered and signed them in early 1969.  The group remained on the label through 1975, scoring hits like "I Want You Back," "ABC" and "I'll Be There."

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Courtesy of Julien's AuctionsNew York City's Hard Rock Café is the site of a two-day music-memorabilia auction, starting today, offering guitars owned by Prince, George Harrison and Robbie Robertson, among many other collectibles.

Today, Friday, is the first day of the sale, and it features property from Prince's life and career.  The auction, starts at 2 p.m. ET and guitars, outfits, shoes, gold and platinum record awards, recording equipment, photographs, jewelry and handwritten lyrics are among the items up for bid.

The item expected to fetch the most is a custom-made Yellow Cloud guitar that Prince played onstage -- it's estimated to bring in between $60,000 and $80,000. Another pricey collectible is an electric-blue outfit that the late music icon wore while performing with Lenny Kravitz during a 1999 New Year's Eve event at his Paisley Park residence; it's valued at between $50,000 and $70,000.

The auction's second day, which will feature memorabilia from a wide variety of artists, is Saturday, May 18, and includes two sessions beginning at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET, respectively. Among the sale's highlights: two historic guitars, one previously owned by George Harrison and the other belonging to The Band's Robbie Robertson.

Harrison's instrument is a Hofner Club 40 model that he acquired in 1959; it was the first electric guitar ever owned by the late Beatles legend. It's expected to bring in as much as $300,000.

Robertson's guitar is a 1965 Fender Telecaster that he used at a variety of famous recording sessions and concerts, and also was played over the years by Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and Harrison. It's estimated to fetch between $400,000 and $600,000.

Visit JuliensAuctions.com and JuliensLive.com for more details about the sales.

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Mark Weiss; David McClisterPoison and Cheap Trick kick off their Nothin' but a Good Time 2018 tour tonight in Irvine, California, with modern rockers Pop Evil set to open most of the shows. The trek, which wraps up July 1 in Hollywood, Florida, marks the second time the two veteran rock acts will hit the road together, following a 2009 tour.

Poison frontman Bret Michaels tells ABC Radio that he's "a big fan" of Cheap Trick, and is excited to play with the power-pop legends again.

"These guys are still rocking it, they're still relevant, they're keeping it real," Michaels declares. "And what I love about them most is that they have just incredible songs. When you think about 'Surrender'...'Dream Police'...'[I] Want You to Want Me,' and so many others."

Cheap Trick singer Robin Zander tells ABC Radiot he expects rock fans to flock to their shows, "because it's a good package." He adds, "We've done this before with Poison and it's always been a good time."

The thing Michaels says he's most excited about, though, "is getting out there live onstage [and] putting on an unbelievably great show."

He adds, "On a very personal note, I'm looking forward to getting together with [Poison guitarist] C.C. [DeVille, drummer] Rikki [Rockett] and [bassist] Bobby [Dall], and heading out on the road…It truly will be a 'Nothing but a Good Time' tour."

Michaels also says he loves performing for Poison's "three generations of amazing, amazing fans," and describes their live show as "an absolute party."

Here are all of the Nothing but a Good Time tour dates:

5/18 -- Irvine, CA, Five Points Amphitheatre
5/19 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
5/20 -- Reno, NV, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino*
5/22 -- West Valley City, UT, USANA Amphitheatre
5/23 -- Denver, CO, Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
5/25 -- Kansas City, KS, Sprint Center
5/26 -- St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre*
5/29 -- Nashville, TN, Ascend Amphitheatre
6/2 -- Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
6/3 -- The Woodlands, TX, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
6/5 -- Atlanta, GA, Verizon Amphitheatre
6/7 -- Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
6/8 -- Clarkston, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
6/9 -- Chicago, IL, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
6/10 -- Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Center
6/12 -- Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Blossom Music Center
6/13 -- Syracuse, NY, Lakeview Amphitheatre
6/14 -- Hartford, CT, The Xfinity Theatre
6/15 -- Gilford, NH, Bank of NH Pavilion
6/17 -- Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live
6/19 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, The Budweiser Stage
6/21 -- Wantagh, NY, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
6/22 -- Bethel, NY, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
6/23 -- Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center
6/24 -- Allentown, PA, PPL Center
6/26 -- Darien Lake, NY, Darien Lake Amphitheater
6/29 -- St. Petersburg, FL, Al Lang Stadium
6/30 -- Jacksonville, FL, Daily's Place
7/1 -- Hollywood, FL, Hard Rock Event Center*

* = Pop Evil not on the bill.

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Credit: Rob ShanahanTonight, Elton John will bid farewell to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, as he concludes his 450th show at the Las Vegas venue.

The Thursday night performance will be the last one of his Million Dollar Piano residency, and the final one overall of his two Las Vegas residencies. The first one, The Red Piano, ran from 2004 to 2009, and was the first major superstar residency following Celine Dion's groundbreaking show A New Day... in 2003. The Million Dollar Piano started in September of 2011. 

EltonJohn.com has provided some fun facts about the Rocket Man's adventures in Las Vegas:

--The Red Piano was performed 243 times at The Colosseum.  The Million Dollar Piano was performed 207 times.

--Combining attendance for both The Red Piano and The Million Dollar Piano, approximately 1.8 million people have seen Elton perform at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

--The Red Piano set list featured 15 songs from four different decades.  The Million Dollar Piano featured 19 songs from four different decades, including deep cuts like "Better Off Dead" and "Indian Sunset."  In 2012, one song -- "Blue Eyes" -- was dropped from the set list in favor of "Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)," Elton's tribute to his friend John Lennon.

--The million dollar piano that Elton plays as part of the show took nearly four years to build and features 68 LED screens embedded in it.  It took 175 people four months to create the 19 films and videos that are played during Elton's performance.

--In his career, following Thursday night's show, Elton will have performed in Las Vegas a total of 485 times.

Elton will kick off his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour on September 8 in Allentown, Pennsylvania.  He's reportedly performing at the Royal Wedding this weekend.

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KollecticoThe Grateful Dead and Rhino Entertainment have partnered with the Kollectico toy company to create a limited-edition line of themed bobbleheads dolls including figures depicting variations of the group's famous Dancing Bears. In addition, fans will be able to purchase custom-made bobbleheads that feature the likeness of their own face on a statuette wearing a Grateful Dead t-shirt and flashing a peace sign.

The Dancing Bear bobbleheads will be available in five different colors, and a special holiday set will feature four bears, including one with a Santa Claus hat and beard, one sporting an elf hat, one with reindeer antlers and one holding a menorah and donning a yarmulke.

Those ordering the custom Grateful Dead bobbleheads can choose between three different t-shirt designs, including the band's "Steal Your Face" logo, one big dancing bear and a group of smaller bears.

In addition, a variety of Dancing Bear bottle stoppers also can be purchased. Visit Kollectico.com for more information about these groovy collectibles.

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Credit: Salvador OchoaSting and reggae star Shaggy will team up for a North American tour this fall in support of their recently released collaborative album, 44/876. The trek, which follows a summer European outing, kicks off September 15 in Miami Beach, Florida, and is mapped out through an October 15 show in Los Angeles.

The concerts will feature the two artists hitting the stage together to perform selections from 44/876, as well as various songs from each other's back catalogs, such as The Police's Every Breath You Take" and "Message in a Bottle," Sting's solo gem "Englishman in New York," and Shaggy's smash hits "It Wasn't Me," "Mr. Boombastic," and "Angel." Musicians from both singer's backing bands will take part in the trek.

Tickets for the shows will go on sale to the general public starting Thursday, May 24, at 10 a.m. local time. Members of Sting's fan club will have the chance to buy advance tickets starting this Monday, May 21; visit Sting.com for more details. Each ticket purchased online will include either a CD or digital copy of 44/876.

In other news, a companion album called 44/876: The Remixes will be released Friday, May 25. The 12-track collection features eight alternate mixes of 44/876's lead single, "Don't Make Me Wait," as well as remixes of "Dreaming in the U.S.A.," "Morning Is Coming," "Just One Lifetime" and "Gotta Get Back My Baby." That same day, Sting and Shaggy will perform a free show together in New York City's Central Park as part of the ABC's Good Morning America Summer Concert Series. Visit 1iota.com for more details.

Here are Sting and Shaggy's joint North American tour dates:

9/15 -- Miami Beach, FL, Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater
?9/17 -- Atlanta, GA, Tabernacle
?9/19 -- Oxon Hill, MD, The Theater at MGM National Harbor
?9/20 -- Philadelphia, PA, The Fillmore
?9/21 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
?9/25 -- Boston, MA, House of Blues
?9/26 -- New York, NY, The Rooftop at Pier 17
9/28 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, The Phoenix Concert Theatre
?9/30 -- Minneapolis, MN, The Armory
?10/1 -- St. Louis, MO, The Pageant
?10/2 -- Chicago, IL, The Aragon Ballroom
?10/4 -- Kansas City, MO, Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
?10/5 -- Denver, CO, Fillmore Auditorium
?10/8 -- San Francisco, CA, The Masonic
?10/9 -- Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl
?10/10 -- Phoenix, AZ, The Van Buren
?10/12 -- Rancho Mirage, CA, Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa
?10/13 -- Las Vegas, NV, Park Theater
?10/15 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern

And here's the track list of 44/876: The Remixes:

"Don't Make Me Wait" (Dave Audé Rhythmic Radio Remix)
"Dreaming in the U.S.A." (Chris Baio Remix)
"Morning Is Coming" (Rory Stone Love Black Dub Day Remix)
"Don't Make Me Wait" (Tropkillaz Remix)
"Just One Lifetime" (Cherry Cherry Boom Boom Remix)
"Don't Make Me Wait" (Jungle Josh x JROB Remix)
"Don't Make Me Wait" (iLL Wayno Remix)
"Don't Make Me Wait" (One Drop Remix)
"Gotta Get Back My Baby" (Dave Audé Radio Remix)
"Don't Make Me Wait" (Dave Audé Club Mix)
"Don't Make Me Wait" (Madison Mars Remix)
"Don't Make Me Wait" (Tom Stephan Club Mix)

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Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images via ABCMadonna fans have been waiting for three years for the Queen of Pop to release new music, and now it appears it's going to happen soon.

The superstar tweeted and posted on Instagram what seems to be artwork for a song called "Beautiful Game."  She captioned the image, "That I never Learned.............Coming Soon!"  She added the hashtags "#music #magic #mirwais."  Mirwais is the producer with whom she collaborated on her albums Music and American Life.

It's worth nothing that the "beautiful game" is a common nickname for soccer, and Madonna's son David is reportedly attending a soccer academy in Portugal, which is why Madonna moved to that country.  So perhaps by writing "That I never learned," Madonna is saying she never learned to play soccer?  Who knows. 

Speaking of the title "Beautiful Game," Madonna previously had a hit single called "Beautiful Stranger," from the soundtrack of the 1999 movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.

Madonna's most recent album, Rebel Heart, came out in 2015.

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Miramax/Roadside AttractionsWhile Whitney Houston fans won't be able to watch the new documentary about the singer, titled Whitney, until July 6, the film makes a shocking allegation regarding the late singer's past.

The documentary's director, Kevin Macdonald, tells Vanity Fair that the legendary singer was allegedly abused by her cousin Dee Dee Warwick when she was a child. 

Macdonald explains that after watching hundreds of hours of footage of Whitney, he began to suspect that Whitney may have been a victim of abuse "because she was never comfortable in her own skin." 

He explains, "She seemed kind of asexual in a strange way...I've...done some filming with people who have suffered childhood sexual abuse, and there was just something about her manner that was reminiscent to me of that sort of shrinking -- a lack of comfort in her own physicality."

Macdonald wasn't sure that he was correct, but he tells Vanity Fair, "Shortly after...someone did tell me off the record about being told by Whitney about being abused, and it being one of the central reasons behind her self-torture. It took awhile for anyone to go on record about it, and eventually the family did.”

The movie claims that both Houston and her half-brother, Gary, were molested as kids by their cousin Dee Dee Warwick, Dionne Warwick's sister, who was the niece of Whitney's mother, Cissy Houston.  In the film, Gary says the abuse occurred when Cissy, a professional singer, would leave Whitney, Gary and their brother Michael with relatives while she toured.

Macdonald says two weeks after the film was finished, he got an on-the-record confirmation from Mary Jones, Whitney's longtime assistant, that Dee Dee Warwick had abused Whitney. 

Mary Jones says in the movie that Whitney never told her mother about the alleged abuse, noting, "I think she was ashamed...she used to say, ‘I wonder if I did something to make [Dee Dee] think I wanted her.’"

Macdonald says Cissy Houston has been told about the allegations and is "very upset."  However, he notes, "She had nothing to do with it. She knew nothing about it. We definitely don’t want any repercussions for her.”

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Mikrokosmos/BFDHere's some news that should warm the hearts of Thompson Twins fans: The popular '80s U.K. band's frontman, Tom Bailey, will release his debut solo album, Science Fiction, on July 13.

The 10-track collection marks the singer's first full collection of new music since the 1990s. Bailey produced the album with assistance from Hal Ritson, who previously has collaborated with The Chemical Brothers, David Guetta and many others. Tom recorded Science Fiction at various locations around the world, using his laptop and a set of headphones.

The album's first single is "What Kind of World," which was inspired by both the passing of David Bowie and South African business mogul and engineer Elon Musk's concept of future commercial space travel.

Bailey recorded the album after his returning to performing in 2014 following a long hiatus.

"I so much enjoyed playing concerts around the world over the last couple of years, that I began working behind the scenes on writing, recording and mixing the songs in this collection," Tom explains. "I have concentrated on other areas of music for the past couple of decades -- but I find it incredibly rewarding to be making pop music again. There's something so special about the way this kind of music works and, for me, it's like finding a long-lost friend."

Bailey has launched a PledgeMusic page offering fans the chance to purchase signed CD and vinyl copies of Science Fiction, special bundles, themed merchandise and more.

Tom will be hitting the road with Culture Club and The B-52s in the U.S. this summer and fall, and he'll also be playing select headlining shows.

Here's the Science Fiction track list:

"Science Fiction"
"What Kind of World"
"Shooting Star"
"Feels Like Love to Me"
"Blue"
"If You Need Someone"
"Ship of Fools"
"Work All Day"
"Bring Back Yesterday"
"Come So Far"

Here are all of Bailey's tour dates; with Culture Club and The B-52s unless otherwise noted:

6/29 -- St. Augustine, FL, St. Augustine Amphitheatre
6/30 -- Tampa, FL, USF Sun Dome
7/1 -- Pompano Beach, FL, Pompano Beach Amphitheatre
7/3 -- Lake Buena Vista, FL, House of Blues
7/5 -- Biloxi, MS, IP Casino, Resort & Spa*
7/7 -- San Antonio, TX, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
7/10 -- Austin, TX, Austin City Limits at The Moody Theater
7/11 -- Grand Prairie, TX, Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
7/15 -- Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre
7/17 -- Cary, NC, Koka Booth Amphitheatre
7/18 -- Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap
7/20 -- Charleston, SC, Volvo Car Stadium
7/21 -- Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion
7/22 -- Atlanta, GA, State Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
7/24 -- Annapolis, MD, Rams Head On Stage*
7/25 -- Wilmington, DE, The Queen*
7/27 -- Boston, MA, The Wang Theater
7/28 -- New York City, NY, Forest Hills Stadium
7/29 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE
8/3 -- Asbury Park, NJ, Stone Pony Summer Stage
8/4 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Music Box at Borgata
8/5 -- Mashantucket, CA, Grand Theater at Foxwoods
8/8 -- Milwaukee, WI, Potawatomi Hotel and Casino*
8/9 -- Cedar Rapids, IA, McGrath Amphitheatre*
8/10 -- Springfield, IL, Illinois State Fairgrounds
8/11 -- Council Bluffs, IA, Harrahs Council Bluff
8/28 -- Lewiston, NY, Artpark
8/29 -- Kent, OH, Kent Stage*
8/30 -- Clarkston, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
8/31 -- Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Pavilion
9/1 -- Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Pavilion
9/3 -- St. Paul, MN, Minnesota State Fairgrounds
9/5 -- Kettering, OH, Fraze Pavilion
9/6 -- St. Louis, MO, Fox Theatre
9/7 -- Kansas City, MO, Starlight Theatre
9/8 -- Greenwood Village, CO, Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
9/13 -- Puyallup, WA, Washington State Fair Events Center
9/14 -- Kennewick, WA, Toyota Center
9/15 -- Portland, OR, Theater of the Clouds
9/16 -- Murphys, CA, Ironstone Amphitheatre
9/18 -- Saratoga, CA, The Mountain Winery
9/19 -- Saratoga, CA, The Mountain Winery
9/21 -- West Valley City, UT, Maverick Center
9/22 -- Reno, NV, Reno Events Center
9/23 -- Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl
9/25 -- San Diego, CA, Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
9/27 -- Albuquerque, NM, Sandia Casino
9/28 -- Cabazon, CA, Morongo Casino Resort & Spa
9/29 -- Las Vegas, NV, Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
9/30 -- Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick Resort
10/3 -- Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
10/4 -- Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
10/5 -- Tucson, AZ, Fox Tucson*

* = headlining show.

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