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UK rock band The Who back on tour after COVID cancellations

Video: Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines 4/11 (FOX News)Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for March 22Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines of the weekMichael Strahan, five others takes off on Blue Origin FlightJussie Smollett released after six days in jailFox News Flash top entertainment headlines for March 15Jason Whitlock on Jussie Smollett: 'This was the craziest thing I've ever seen'Retired officer says Jussie Smollett needs to pay back police for wasted resourcesJussie Smollett's legal team vows to appeal the actor's verdict after being found guiltyMedia on trial in Smollett case   Daltrey and Townshend, along with six band members and an orchestra, will kick off their North American tour on April 22 in Hollywood, Florida, and wrap it up in Las Vegas in November. The Who's tours have become a lot more complicated, Daltrey said. "We were, we were four guys with eight amplifiers, a drum kit and a sound system.

That was it. We turn up in a U-Haul truck and three roadies would suit us for the night. "   Daltrey refuses to worry about COVID affecting the tour, he said at his England countryside home.

"We're just living our lives. And if you get it and die, you get it and die, you know?"    The rock legend, who has worked with many of the world's top bands, named Mick Jagger as his top rock band frontman followed jointly by Freddie Mercury and Elton John, Bruce Springsteen and David Bowie.     While the band has no plans to stop touring, the time will come, Daltrey acknowledged.

    "I've always said about this business. You don't give it up, it gives you up. I will open my mouth and it won't come out like it should.

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Video: Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines 4/11 (FOX News)Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for March 22Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines of the weekMichael Strahan, five others takes off on Blue Origin FlightJussie Smollett released after six days in jailFox News Flash top entertainment headlines for March 15Jason Whitlock on Jussie Smollett: 'This was the craziest thing I've ever seen'Retired officer says Jussie Smollett needs to pay back police for wasted resourcesJussie Smollett's legal team vows to appeal the actor's verdict after being found guiltyMedia on trial in Smollett case   Daltrey and Townshend, along with six band members and an orchestra, will kick off their North American tour on April 22 in Hollywood, Florida, and wrap it up in Las Vegas in November. The Who's tours have become a lot more complicated, Daltrey said. "We were, we were four guys with eight amplifiers, a drum kit and a sound system.
It's been 22 years since iconic pop group Blue formed - but what are the lads up to these days? Let's take a look...Back in the day, band members Lee Ryan, Duncan James, Antony Costa and Simon Webbe stormed the noughties charts with their debut album, All Rise.Over four years, they released 16 singles and even collaborated with top music stars such as Elton John and Stevie Wonder.But shortly after in 2004, the lads left devastated fans all over when they announced they would be taking an indefinite hiatus.Five years later, in 2011, the group reformed for the Eurovision Song Contest where they came 11th. The pals then got came together again in 2013 thanks to ITV's Big Reunion and their following headline tour.Unfortunately, Blue were dropped by their record label in 2015 after their album, Colours, peaked at number 13 in the charts.However, skip to 2022 and they are set to put on a secret intimate show this weekend, release new music in the coming months and be heading out on tour once again.But let's take a look at what they've been up to individually over the years...In 2016, Duncan suffered a terrifying illness that almost left him wheelchair-bound.The star had two ­emergency operations on his back and was told by doctors he had faced death and might not ever walk again.He told The Mirror: “They said if they didn’t operate that same day I’d be paralysed because a nerve that was trapped would die.“I’d also lost control of my bladder.

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It's been 22 years since iconic pop group Blue formed - but what are the lads up to these days? Let's take a look...Back in the day, band members Lee Ryan, Duncan James, Antony Costa and Simon Webbe stormed the noughties charts with their debut album, All Rise.Over four years, they released 16 singles and even collaborated with top music stars such as Elton John and Stevie Wonder.But shortly after in 2004, the lads left devastated fans all over when they announced they would be taking an indefinite hiatus.Five years later, in 2011, the group reformed for the Eurovision Song Contest where they came 11th. The pals then got came together again in 2013 thanks to ITV's Big Reunion and their following headline tour.Unfortunately, Blue were dropped by their record label in 2015 after their album, Colours, peaked at number 13 in the charts.However, skip to 2022 and they are set to put on a secret intimate show this weekend, release new music in the coming months and be heading out on tour once again.But let's take a look at what they've been up to individually over the years...In 2016, Duncan suffered a terrifying illness that almost left him wheelchair-bound.The star had two ­emergency operations on his back and was told by doctors he had faced death and might not ever walk again.He told The Mirror: “They said if they didn’t operate that same day I’d be paralysed because a nerve that was trapped would die.“I’d also lost control of my bladder.
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Elton John has tested positive for COVID-19.The legendary singer, 74, has been forced to cancel two shows in Dallas, Texas, as a result, it was announced Tuesday.'It is with great regret that the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour dates in Dallas set for Tuesday, January 25 and Wednesday, January 26 must be postponed due to Elton recently testing positive for COVID-19,' a statement confirmed.'Fortunately, Elton is fully vaccinated and boosted, and is experiencing only mild symptoms. Fans should hold on to their tickets as they will be honored at the rescheduled dates to be announced soon.' Canceled:Elton John, 74, tests positive for COVID and is forced to cancel concerts in Dallas: 'He is fully vaccinated and is experiencing mild symptoms' (Pictured, January in New Orleans)'Elton and the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour look forward to returning to the stage shortly.' The flamboyant British rocker had only just resumed his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour on Jan 20., when he returned to the stage in New Orleans after a nearly two-year hiatus.Fans who purchased tickets have been told that they will be honored at a rescheduled date that will be announced in due course.Elton has been keeping busy during the pandemic, releasing a collaboration album aptly-titled The Lockdown Sessions, which he made during the first COVID-19 lockdown.
Sir Elton Hercules John CH CBE (born Reginald Kenneth Dwight; 25 March 1947) is an English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer. He has worked with lyricist Bernie Taupin since 1967; they have collaborated on more than 30 albums. John has sold more than 300 million records, making him one of the best-selling music artists. He has more than fifty Top 40 hits in the UK Singles Chart and US Billboard Hot 100, including seven numbers ones in the UK and nine in the US, as well as seven consecutive number-one albums in the US.
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