Family Force 5 to Hit the Road in October

Family Force 5 have announced that they will be hitting the road this fall. The tour has been titled “Tour Stands Still” and will find the Georgia band traveling to several US cities. The tour will kick off on Oct. 16 at the Jammin’ Java in Vienna, VA and wrap up on Nov. 2 at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago.

The tour is technically in support of the band’s reissue of Time Stands Still; their 2014 release. The reissue will be titled Time Still Stands, a play on words from the title of the original record, and will feature remixed versions of the songs, though that’s not what bassist Fatty (Joshua Olds) says.

“‘Time Still Stands’ isn’t just a remix record, it’s more like our songs getting a re-imagined facelift.”

Time Still Stands is set to be released on Nov. 6, right after their fall tour wraps up.

Check out the complete list of tour dates below.


10/16 – Jammin’ Java – Vienna, Virginia

10/17 – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, North Carolina

10/18 – The Loft – Vinyl – Atlanta, Georgia

10/21 – House of Blues Dallas – Dallas, Texas

10/22 – House of Blues Houston – Houston, Texas

10/25 – The Fillmore Philadelphia – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

10/26 – House of Blues Cleveland – Cleveland, Ohio

10/27 – A&R Music Bar – Columbus, Ohio

10/28 – Deluxe At Old National Center – Indianapolis, Indiana

10/29 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, Michigan

10/30 – Exit/In – Nashville, Tennessee

11/01 – Triple Rock Social Club – Minneapolis, Minnesota

11/02 – Bottom Lounge – Chicago, Illinois

Robert Plant to Head Out on Tour


Robert Plant will be hitting the touring circuit starting in mid-June, but he won’t be going out with Led Zeppelin  he’ll be going out on tour with the Sensational Space Shifters.

The trek across the US will begin on June 20th in Dallas and make its way to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for its final stop on July 21st. Other stops will include: California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Illinois, Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisiana, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, according to an official announcement.

This isn’t the first time that the Sensational Space Shifters have worked with Plant. They previously supported him on two of his albums; 2002’s Dreamland and 2005’s Mighty ReArranger.

Check out the tour video that Plant released, getting fans ready for his multi-stop tour, below.


June 20 – Dallas, TX @ Palladium
June 21 – Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
June 23 – Austin, TX @ Moody Theater
June 26 – Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Auditorium
June 28 – Santa Barbara, CA @ County Bowl
June 29 – Berkeley, CA @ Berkeley Greek
July 2 –  Jacksonville, OR @ Britt Festival
July 4 –  Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Festival
July 6 –  George, WA @ Jambase Festival
July 7 –  Portland, OR @ Portland Blues Festival
July 10 –  Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
July 12 –  Chicago, IL @ Grant Park
July 13 –  Memphis, TN @ Live In The Garden
July 14 –  Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Festival
July 17 –  New Orleans, LA @ Mahalia Jackson Theater
July 19 –  Atlanta, GA @ Verizon Amphitheatre
July 20 –  Cary, NC @ Koka Booth Amphitheatre
July 22 –  Vienna, VA @ Wolftrap
July 24 –  Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun
July 25 –  Boston, MA @ Bank of America Pavilion
July 27 –  Brooklyn, NY @ Prospect Park

The Rolling Stones Planning North American Tour?

Rolling Stones

Last year, The Rolling Stones had done a few selected concert in London and New York as part of their “50 and Counting” mini tour. When they had been asked in an interview if there would be a full-fledged tour, Mick Jagger slyly said, “there have been quite a few offers” and continued to see what are the odds of such a thing happening.

Then Keith Richards discreetly hinted that all the fans of the classic rock band would have to just sit and wait for an official announcement to be made. For most, this come off as a “definitely” to the big question of whether or not a full “50 and Counting” tour would be on its way.

Now, according to Rolling Stone magazine, an inside source in the concert business has just revealed that yes, there will be an 18 day, North American tour for the band. Billboard originally said that the band will play ‘fewer than 20’ dates, but now Rolling Stone’s source is saying that it will be 18 dates.

This will be the band’s first tour since the 2005-2007 “A Bigger Bang” tour and said that if the past has shown any indications, this tour will be “a lot more adventurous.” While these dates are for the United States, the UK will be getting some of the Rolling Stones love too. According to British band, Kasabian, The Rolling Stones will be playing Glastonbury.