Road Show News A Palooza 7/13/17

Fleetwood Mac Glad Eagles Didn't Go Their Own Way

Though Fleetwood Mac has nothing special for the closing night of Classic West this Sunday at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, at least two members of the band are curious about the Eagles reunion that will close out Saturday's schedule.

Christine McVie tells Billboard, "I was quite surprised, actually, but I'm proud of them for doing it. I think they've got a good replacement for [the late] Glenn [Frey]" -- his son Deacon and Vince Gill.

Lindsey Buckingham says, "It was just a sad thing, Glenn's passing, so I don't know what you do in that kind of situation. I don't really have any preconceptions. They're smart guys; I'm sure it all works on some level, and I'm looking forward to seeing how it works out. But, you know, it's just such a loss in the sense of Don [Henley] and Glenn for all those years."

Joining Fleetwood Mac on Sunday are Earth, Wind and Fire and Journey. The Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan will take the stage before the Eagles on Saturday.

All six acts will do it again at Classic East on July 29th and 30th at Citi Field in New York City.

It will be a reunion weekend for Stevie Nicks as four of her former boyfriends are on the bill -- Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Don Henley and Joe Walsh.


Billboard List Of Big Earners

Billboard has once again compiled its annual Money Makers list, which ranks the 50 top artists in U.S. sales, publishing, streaming and touring in 2016.

35-year-old Beyonce topped the list with $62.1 million, but it also included quite a number of legendary acts, many of whom are old enough to be her parent or even grandparent.

Here's the Top 10:

Beyonce - $62.1 million

Guns n' Roses - $42.3

Bruce Springsteen - $42.2

Drake - $37.3

Adele - $37.0

Coldplay - $32.3

Justin Bieber - $30.5

Luke Bryan - $27.3

Kanye West - $26.1

Kenny Chesney - $25.4

Notables between 11 and 50:

Billy Joel - $23.6 million

Metallica - $18.516. 

Paul McCartney - $17.721. 

AC/DC - $15.029. 

Black Sabbath - $12.432. 

Elton John - $12.1133. 

Dead and Company - $12.0734. 

David Bowie - $11.536. 

Rolling Stones - $10.8638. 

Def Leppard - $10.8143. 

Pearl Jam - $9.344.

Journey - $9.245. 

Jimmy Buffett - $9.148.

James Taylor - $8.349. 

Stevie Nicks - $8.21


Speakin' Of Springsteen...

The next release from Bruce Springsteen's Archival Downloadseries is Wachovia Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA 10/20/09during the Working on a Dream tour.

Included among the 31 songs is a full performance of the Born in the U.S.A.album, as well as “The Price You Pay” for the first time since 1981. It will start shipping on August 7th.

Following this release, the Archival Download series will go back even further in time to uncover more historic tours and performances.

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