With the recent announcement of her European tour, Adele left many of us wondering if she’d be coming to the other side of the pond on her tour to promote her new, record-breaking album 25. Well, she is.
On her website, the British songbird announced a lineup of U.S. and Canada shows that begin July 5th in Saint Paul. Philadelphia is her first East Coast stop, where she’ll play two shows at Wells Fargo Center on September 9th and 10th. Tickets go on sale this Thursday, December 17th at 10 am. They can be purchased through ComcastTIX.com, by phone, at 1-800-298-4200, or at the Wells Fargo Center box office. You can also buy on Ticketmaster here.
Last night, British songbird Adele stopped by to sing her current hit that has changed the way we’ll greet people for years to come: “Hello.” As you can probably imagine, she tears it up. Check it out below. You’ll love it — even if you’re sick to death of hearing the song.
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Even if you are over Adele’s completely overplayedtotally self-indulgent newest tune, “Hello,” there’s a new video of the song performed by the Muppets that is pretty sure to make you pick up the phone and call someone…to tell them to watch it. Read more »
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Lana Del Rey, Madonna, Adele and Frank Ocean are all set to release new albums in 2014.
One of my favorite things about a new year is wiping my music slate clean. I can leave those over-played, over-twerked tracks from the year before (ahem, “Blurred Lines” and Miley’s EVERYTHING) behind me and focus on a brand new year of tunes. Because I’m not very good at waiting, I’ve done a little research into what’s slated for 2014, and I have to say it looks like a promising year for the charts (and our gay ears.) Here are some of my most-anticipated picks: