Cat Stevens has cancelled one of his comeback shows due to Scalpers.
Later this year, Cat Stevens is touring in North America for the first time in 35 years. The dates were supposed to include a December show in New York, but that has since been canceled, because of scalpers.
In a Facebook post he explained, quote, “I have been a longtime supporter of paperless tickets to my shows worldwide and avoiding scalpers. Unfortunately New York has a state law that requires all tickets sold for shows in NYC to be paper, enabling them to be bought and sold at inflated prices. I’m sorry.”
Metallica is reissuing Some Kind of Monster
A decade after the release of the 2004 documentary the band is reissuing the film as a two-disc anniversary-edition Blu-ray and as a digital release.
Some Kind of Monster chronicles a period in the bands history where they nearly broke up.
The reissue comes out on November 24th and includes a retrospective 25-minute feature, Metallica: This Monster Lives, which the group made in February 2013.
AC/DC confirms new album
Rock or Bust will be their first album in six years and first ever without founding rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young.
It will feature 11 new songs and is set for a December 2 release date.