Hot Rock, Pop and Country Events of Fall 2013: Bon Jovi, Zac Brown Band, and Justin Timberlake
American rockers Bon Jovi continue touring this fall in support of their fresh album released in spring 2013. Staring from early October they planned 12 gigs in North America including shows in Vancouver, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, San Antonio, and Toronto. What About Now is band's twelfth studio work, and it debuted number 1 in US Billboard 200 album chart. Group's guitarist Richie Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi told to Classic Rock magazine that the album is a compilation of different elements.
Bon Jovi Tour Dates
Country boys Zac Brown Band have busy fall with more than 20 concert dates across U.S. and Canada to the end of November. Their tour schedule lists appearances on BayFest (Mobile, AL), Southern Ground Music & Food Festival, and solo concerts in Vancouver, Calgary, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Detroit, Virginia Beach, Charlotte and many other cities. The band promotes its new album Uncaged which won Grammy Award in Best Country Album category.
Zac Brown Band Tour Dates
Justin Timberlake continues World Tour this fall. He spends November traveling North America with concerts in Montreal, Boston, Nashville, Columbus, Memphis, Tulsa, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Las Vegas, and other cities. This year the singer released his his third album The 20/20 Experience, which includes singles Suit & Tie, Mirrors, and Tunnel Vision. Fourth Timberlake's studio work, The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2, is set to hit stores September 27.
Justin Timberlake Tour Dates
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