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How to see Backstreet Boys, Train, Josh Groban and more for just $25 this summer

Times are tough, so here’s some good news: Concert promoter Live Nation is bringing back its $25 ticket promotion for this summer. Starting May 4 through May 10, you can buy tickets for tons of top acts for just 25 bucks each. Among the participating artists are Backstreet Boys, Train, Josh Groban, Shawn Mendes, OneRepublic, Goo Goo Dolls, New Kids on the Block, Maren Morris, Shania Twain, Hanson, John Legend, Norah Jones and even select dates for Rod Stewart‘s Las Vegas residency. Over 3,700 shows in all are part of the promotion.
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Josh Groban reveals why he’ll continue to wear a mask on planes

Although passengers aren’t required to wear masks on mass transportation anymore, don’t expect to see Josh Groban without his. The Grammy nominee explained he’s still concerned about COVID-19. Catching up with TMZ before boarding a flight, the interviewer asked why he was wearing a mask at the...
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Music notes: Josh Groban, Train, Pink and Taylor Swift

Train is teaming with Spice Girls singer Melanie C for a brand-new remix of their song “AM Gold.” The band teased of their upcoming release, “I’ll tell ya what I want, what I really really want… and it’s for the #AMGold (@tobtokmusic Remix) with @melaniecmusic to be out already.” The track drops on Friday.
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Friday, July 1 at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center. Get tickets and more info here.
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A Magical Night | Lights, Dinner, Music & Josh Groban

My children will tell you that I’m the queen of trite and clichéd remarks, so I’ll try not to disappoint. "You can take the girl out of the city, but you can’t take the city out of the girl.” So was my thought Friday afternoon as my husband and I exited the Lincoln Tunnel into Manhattan. While I could feel his angst when I told him our plans, I was excited. He is a country boy. Cherishing our rural lifestyle in the Poconos doesn’t preclude me from occasionally missing stomping around Manhattan, where I frequented on "skipped school” days while in high school.