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Rock torchbearers Gov’t Mule are celebrating their 20th anniversary with an extensive tour and a series of dynamic live archival releases that highlight the group’s versatility and epic, fearless live performances. No two Gov’t Mule shows are alike, as the band draws on the more than 300 songs in their repertoire (and often a host of special guests) to create a unique experience each and every time. Their steadily expanding fan base knows that the Mule always has something special waiting for them. Expect the unexpected.
Congrats to Tracy Glass who won GOLD seating at the show just by being a member of the 97-5 3WV Text Club!
Rock legends Fleetwood Mac, who performed two sold-out shows at NYC’s Madison Square Garden earlier this week, have confirmed they will be adding at least 28 more dates to their already scheduled 40-city ON WITH THE SHOW tour. The announcement was made during the band’s live performance this morning on NBC’s TODAY Show where The Mac performed for thousands of adoring fans. The second leg of the tour will begin on Jan. 16, 2015 in St. Paul, Minn. A complete Fleetwood Mac itinerary listing current dates and additional shows follows this release.
American Express card members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Monday, Oct. 13 at 10:00 a.m. through Sunday, Oct. 19 at 10:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale starting Oct. 20 through the Live Nation mobile app and at www.livenation.com. For further information and on sale dates, please go to www.fleetwoodmac.com.
Fleetwood Mac is currently performing with their five star lineup including the returning songbird Christine McVie who rejoined the band following a 16 year absence.
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An embattled lawmaker is resigning after being convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, but he'll run again for the seat he's vacating.
City Police say somebody broke into a house early Thursday on Cherry Avenue and went into a child's bedroom.
The Culpeper Sheriff's Office is still seeking information on a murder than happened nine years ago.
Still no timeline on when the review process will end.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Dec. 18.
Hundreds of NFL employees gave records to investigators looking into how Commissioner Roger Goodell handled evidence in the Ray Rice case.
San Francisco released defensive tackle Ray McDonald after he was named a suspect in a sexual assault case.
A judge has halted a $75-million settlement that aimed to end a massive class-action lawsuit.
What do bunny rabbits have in common with hyenas, wolverines and polar bears?
Johns Hopkins University says 300 applicants were mistakenly sent welcome messages when they were actually rejected.
Police in suburban Nashville are looking for a Scrooge who sawed off a live Christmas tree loaded with decorations.
A humanoid robot wearing red sneakers became the first to travel as a paid passenger on an airline.
The boys are back at summer camp and they can't stop singing "Jumper" by Third Eye Blind.
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect told a judge that he was satisfied with his lawyers' preparations for the January start of his trial over the deadly 2013 attack.
The credits for "Secret of the Tomb," which opens Friday, read "In loving memory of Mickey Rooney," and "For Robin Williams - the magic never ends."
Noel Gallagher left his teenage daughter mortified by embarrassing her in front of One Direction heart-throb Harry Styles.
The Kiss frontman insists he has never been drunk or gotten high because he always worried about his mom's reaction.
The "My Generation" hitmakers are set to bring their The Who Hits 50! tour to North America.
The "Parks and Rec" star was very, very wrong.