#Farewell Tour


NIKKI SIXX 'Understands' Why DAVID LEE ROTH Turned Down MÖTLEY CRÜE Tour

Nikki Sixx says that he "understands" why David Lee Roth turned down an offer to take part in that MÖTLEY CRÜE's "The Stadium Tour". In an article previewing Sixx's just-released book, "The First 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx", the Los Angeles Times revealed that when CRÜE invited Diamond Dave to share the bill with them on their highly anticipated reunion tour, the VAN HALEN singer responded, "I don't open for bands that I influenced."
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Nesmith, Dolenz give fans closure with Monkees farewell tour

Another pop music chapter seems to be closing as Monkees surviving members Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz are wrapping up a farewell tour whose first leg was completed in 2019 before COVID-19 shut all live music touring down. With vaccination numbers going up and coronavirus diagnoses heading in the other...
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Nikki Sixx Understands Why David Lee Roth Passed on ‘The Stadium Tour’

Nikki Sixx shed light on why David Lee Roth didn't want to join Mötley Crüe's “Stadium Tour,” which will now play next spring. The 30-date stadium run will also feature Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. Nikki Sixx has just published his third memoir, The First 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx.
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Little Mix set to ‘split to focus on solo careers at end of 2022 tour’

Little Mix, one of the world’s biggest girl bands, are reportedly about to announce that they will be splitting up at the end of their 2022 tour after more than a decade of chart success. As a four-piece, they found fame on The X Factor in 2011 when they became the first girl group to win the talent competition.

Smartop/Bullfrog Spas/MotoConcepts Honda Announces Three Rider Roster for 2022

Vital MX’s Take: MCR is back for 2022 and with a three rider roster that’s going to be racing quite a bit. Justin Brayton returns to the team he saw his best ever result with (Daytona SX win 2018) for his farewell tour. Also returning is long-time team member, Vince Friese, splitting his time between 250s and 450s, along with newcomer Mitchell Oldenburg on a similar schedule. It’ll be very interesting to see Vince and Mitchell jump back and forth between each class, as they both have very respectable results in both areas.

Bar J Wranglers coming to Tremonton on farewell tour

A 15-year tradition that has delighted local audiences while raising money for local causes is about to end, but not without one last hurrah. The Bar J Wranglers, a Jackson Hole, Wyo.-based band beloved by fans around the western U.S. and beyond for its combination of bluegrass and humor, will return to Tremonton on Saturday, Nov. 13 as part of the group’s farewell tour. After 44 years of touring and operating the Bar J Chuckwagon in Jackson Hole, the Wranglers are riding into the sunset after a whirlwind tour of many of their favorite locations this fall.

Art Appreciation: A Tasty Farewell Tour — BW’s Grill in Crawfordville

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The “Art Appreciation: A Tasty Farewell Tour” continued Tuesday as WCTV Morning Anchor Art Myers set up shop at BW’s Grill in Crawfordville. During WCTV at Noon, Art was joined by WCTV’s Michelle Roberts and his former co-anchor, Shonda Knight, to reflect on Art’s career and enjoy a tasty meal.

What's Brewing: Next Art Appreciation Farewell Tour event announced!

Meteorologist Hannah Messier gives you the forecast for Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021. Florida Senators asked COVID-related questions and got few answers Wednesday from both the Department of Health and the Agency for Health Care Administration. City of Quincy breaks ground on first-ever solar panel field. Updated: 17 hours ago. The...

‘The Monkees Farewell Tour’ in Clearwater: a nostalgic evening of timeless classics and rare treats

Live Review: ‘The Monkees Farewell Tour’ with Mickey Dolenz and Michael Nesmith – Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, Florida – October 14, 2021. To us kids that remember the years 1966-1968, Monday nights were dedicated to watching the Monkees. We little girls considered them to be America’s answer to The Beatles in the vein of Help! The show was slapstick funny and was one of the few shows we could watch on our color console TV set. Forty-five records like “Last Train to Clarksville” and “I’m a Believer” were common purchases and every lyric was memorized. Back then it was the “grown-up girls” that would buy their albums or would see the film Head.

Broadway returns to Boston with farewell tour of ‘Rent’

BOSTON — It’s been a quarter-century since RENT first debuted on Broadway and now it’s time to say farewell. Tackling controversial themes, police brutality, HIV/AIDS and gentrification; I sat down with the cast— many of whom weren’t even alive about how these issues remain relevant. The first show welcoming guests...

Teyana Taylor – The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour

Kicking off this Fall, the singer-songwriter, actor/director, model, dancer/choreographer and auteur Teyana Taylor is going on her final tour. On Wednesday, September 22, 2021 the multi-hyphenate artist announced “The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour.” The tour will run from November 5th – November 30th with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, New York City, Silver Spring, Maryland; Philadelphia, Mashantucket, Connecticut; and Atlanta. However, more dates and cities will be added.

The Monkees ‘Farewell Tour’ Sings Superior Performance

The Monkees “Farewell Tour,” with the song stylings of Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith, has proved the group’s talent transcends time and loss. Fans have come out of pandemic cocoons to welcome their favorite group as the now duo has traveled across the United States. The Monkees ‘Farewell Tour’ Brings...

Oliver Tree ‘Cowboy Tears’ Farewell tour 2022 – Where to Buy Tickets

Oliver Tree has announced their ‘Cowboy Tears’ farewell tour. The band is best known for their hit singles “We’re All Dreamers” and “Be Free.” They’ve been rocking the country music scene for over a decade and will be playing major venues until they go on hiatus in 2022. Tickets are now available to purchase online, so don’t miss out.

David Lee Roth reveals new poster for his “Last Tour”

David Lee Roth has essentially announced his retirement from performing. With the reveal of his newest tour poster, the legendary vocalist and frontman, calls this “The Last Tour.” Earlier this month, Roth announced that his Vegas shows during the first weeks of January would be his last. “I am throwing in the shoes. I’m retiring,” Roth told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “These are my last five shows.” “I’m not going to explain the statement.” He said, “The explanation is in a safe.” This, despite the new tour poster reading, “David Lee Roth, The Last Tour, Unless it isn’t.” On New Year’s Eve, Roth will once again perform at the Mandalay Bay’s House Of Blues in Las Vegas for the first of five concerts continuing into January of 2022.