The Southern rock band will perform their first two albums in their entirety in their hometown next February.
The Scorpions will celebrate their 50th anniversary pretty much the same way they've spent all the other ones: on the road.
Newly minted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Joan Jett and her Blackhearts will open for the Who's 50th anniversary tour when it hits North America next year.
Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell and former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan will join a reunited Mad Season for one live performance next month.
It isn't quite the world tour that many fans are anticipating, but AC/DC have started filling out their 2015 calendar with the first of what we hope will be many live dates.
The Moody Blues will return to North America in early 2015 for a 27-date tour timed to celebrate the band's new box set.
U2 will kick off a 19-city, 44-concert arena tour in May 2015 with a string of shows in several major North American cities.
U2 are getting a new singer -- at least temporarily, while Bono recovers from a bike accident.
All those miles the Foo Fighters logged while recording their new 'Sonic Highways' album were just the beginning.
Ian Hunter is certainly a legend when it comes to all things rock 'n' roll, but just in case there was any doubt, he proved it once again on Nov. 15, when he played the Beachland Ballroom in his honorary home of Cleveland.