Comedian Kevin Hart Tops Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


On his first week in the chart Kevin Hart has taken the #1 spot from Stereophonics, who have dropped to #8. Also doing well in their first week are Hozier, Bring Me The Horizon and The Libertines, who have come in at #3, #4 and #7, respectively.

However, sadly we bid adieu to The CourteenersReading Festival, Calvin Harris (Tennents Vital and Glasgow Summer Sessions), WWE NXTJames BayFall Out BoyThe 1975Years and YearsDisney On IceBBC Radio 2 Live and Foals, who have all left the top 20.

However, we give a very warm welcome to chart newbies RunrigOliver HeldensFifth HarmonyMOBO Awards and Babymetal.

3. Hozier
5. U2

On sale next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Tom Jones

2. Tame Impala

3. Suede

4. The Maccabees

5. Frankie Boyle

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Stereophonics Storm To The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

Stereophonics have stormed their way to the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart within the first week of their Keep The Village Alive Tour going on sale and The Courteeners have done almost as well, coming in at #2.  Meanwhile, last week’s chart-toppers Foals have only just managed to stay in the top 20, dropping all the way to the bottom of the chart.
Throwing their hat into the ring this week are newcomers WWE NXT, who have made an impressive debut at #8.  However, to welcome in the new blood we have to bid farewell to Cliff RichardU2David GilmourV FestivalSimply RedWill YoungBob DylanZac Brown Band and Fleetwood Mac.
7. Calvin Harris (Tennents Vital and Glasgow Summer Sessions)
16. Paolo Nutini
17. Creamfields
20. Foals
On sale next week – can they break the top 20?

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Faithless At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Faithless have shot straight to the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart this week, bumping Little Mix all the way down to #14. Also new to the top 20 are Kelly Clarkson and John Newman. Returning, after leaving the chart last week, are  One DirectionDef Leppard and Whitesnake and Florence And The Machine.

However, as we usher new bands in, others must leave, and so we say goodbye to RudimentalMotorheadKiss Haunted House PartyBob DylanNew OrderMotley CrueThe Gaslight Anthem,BBC Radio 2 LiveFall Out BoyOprah and The Prodigy.

On sale this week are ChvrchesJohnny MarrThe CribsMayday Parade and Bring Me The Horizon. Check back with us next week to see if any of them managed to steal the top spot away from Faithless.

7. U2
13. Calvin Harris (who’s playing Tennents Vital and Glasgow Summer Sessions)
17.  The 1975
On sale this week – can they break the top 20?


1. Chvrches

2. Johnny Marr

3. The Cribs

4. Mayday Parade

5. Bring Me The Horizon

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Little Mix Reach The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Ed Sheeran‘s reign of the chart is over and Little Mix have risen from their #18 position last week to take over the top spot. Also leaving the top 20 alongside Sheeran are KasabianFoo Fighters,  One DirectionDef Leppard and WhitesnakeNeil DiamondDavid GilmourDixie ChicksFlorence And The Machine and V Festival.

However, we do have some new arrivals to welcome. Please say hello to OprahRudimental,  The Gaslight Anthem and Motorhead, among others.

On sale this week are FaithlessKelly ClarksonAshNew Found Glory and John Newman. Will American pop icon Clarkson steal next week’s #1 spot? Or will it go to dance legends Faithless, who instead of celebrating their twentieth anniversary with china, will celebrate heading up the top 20 chart? Check back with us next week to find out.

10. Calvin Harris (who’s playing Tennents Vital and Glasgow Summer Sessions)
18. U2
19. Oprah

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Faithless

2. Kelly Clarkson

3. Ash

4. New Found Glory

5.  John Newman

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Ed Sheeran Returns To The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


He just couldn’t stay away! Ed Sheeran is back at #1 on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart following his sold out shows at Ireland’s Croke Park. Meanwhile, maintaining their top five positions are  The Ashes and James Bay. Joining them are chart newcomers Kasabian, who have done well to come straight in at #3.  Little Mix are also new this week but have entered the chart at a slightly more modest #18.

Leaving the top 20 are The ProdigyLionel RichieDuran DuranDynamoKornBeres Hammond and Megadeth. Also, failing to appear this week, despite going on sale last week, are Laura MarlingThe View and  James Morrison. Will they break into the top 20 next week? Only time, and ticket sales, will tell!

1. Ed Sheeran
2.  The Ashes
3. Kasabian
4. Years and Years
5. James Bay
6. Foo Fighters
7. Michael McIntyre
8. U2
9. The 1975
10. One Direction
11. Kevin Bridges
12. Def Leppard and Whitesnake
13. Neil Diamond
14. BBC Radio 2 Live
15. David Gilmour
16. Dixie Chicks
17. New Order
18. Little Mix
19. Florence And The Machine
20. V Festival

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. 50 Cent

2. Rudimental

3. Motorhead

4. PJ Harvey

5. City And Colour

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Foo Fighters Top Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Foo Fighters are sitting pretty at the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart this week, relegating Ed Sheeran to #7. Meanwhile, The Ashes are standing firm at #2 and New Order fall out of the top five, all the way down to #17.

We welcome some new entries to the chart this week, including The ProdigyBeres HammondKorn and Megadeth. However, as new acts arrive, others must leave and we say goodbye to chart kings AC/DC, as well as MorrisseyElectric Daisy CarnivalFleetwood MacBBC Radio 2 LiveMadonnaDave ChappelleSimply Red and Marina And The Diamonds.

1. Foo Fighters
2. The Ashes
3. The Prodigy
4. James Bay
5. Bette Midler
6. U2
7. Ed Sheeran
8.  Michael McIntyre
9. David Gilmour
10. Years and Years
11. Neil Diamond
12. Lovebox
13. One Direction
14. Lionel Richie
15. Duran Duran
16. Dynamo
17. New Order
18. Beres Hammond
19. Korn
20. Megadeth

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Little Mix

2. Laura Marling

3. Kasabian

4. The View

5. James Morrison

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Ed Sheeran Is Back On Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


As AC/DC have finished up their UK tour Ed Sheeran has stepped in to the #1 spot. Close behind him are  The AshesNew Order, Morrissey and Electric Daisy Carnival who are all new to the chart and have done well to come straight into the top five. Also new to the chart, but not ranking as highly, are Marina And The Diamonds and Dave Chappelle, who are at #19 and #13, respectively.

We say our goodbyes to Lionel RichieBob DylanGregory PorterDixie ChicksA$AP Rocky and Wiz KhalifaThe 1975Paloma FaithMrs Browns BoysThe Vamps and Wireless, who all failed to make the top 20 for the week.

On sale this week are Foo FightersThe ProdigyMegadeth and Lamb Of GodElla Eyre and The Gaslight Anthem. Can they make it into the top 20 and maybe even knock Ed Sheeran off the top spot? Make sure to check back next week to find out.

1. Ed Sheeran
2. The Ashes
3. New Order
4. Morrissey
5. Electric Daisy Carnival
6. Fleetwood Mac
7.  T In The Park
8. BBC Radio 2 Live
9. One Direction
10. Neil Diamond
11. Madonna
12. U2
13. Dave Chappelle
14. AC/DC
15. Wimbledon
16. Years and Years
17. Simply Red
18. Michael McIntyre
19. Marina And The Diamonds
20.  James Bay

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Foo Fighters

2. The Prodigy

3. Megadeth and Lamb Of God

4. Ella Eyre

5. The Gaslight Anthem

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AC/DC Are Still Rocking At The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


AC/DC have done it again, they’re at the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart. Creeping closer to them are Wireless and Ed Sheeran who have both moved up the chart this week. Also making a leap from #11 into the top five is Neil Diamond.

We’ve got a number of leavers this week, including Taylor SwiftMötley CrüeDuran DuranFrankie ValliPaul WellerDef Leppard and WhitesnakeKacey MusgravesFlorence And The Machine and Fall Out Boy.

Meanwhile, we welcome to the chart A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa and The Ashes. The latter of which has done well to come in with an entry position of #6.

1. AC/DC
2. Wireless
3. Ed Sheeran
4. Fleetwood Mac
5. Neil Diamond
6. The Ashes
7. Lionel Richie
8. T In The Park
9. BBC Radio 2 Live
10. Bob Dylan
11. One Direction
12. Gregory Porter
13. James Bay
14. Dixie Chicks
15. A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa
16. U2
17. The 1975
18. Paloma Faith
19. Mrs Browns Boys
20. The Vamps

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Morrissey

2. Zedd

3. Metric

4. Marina And The Diamonds

5. Fear Factory


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Motley Crue Hit #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Legendary rockers  Mötley Crüe have shot straight to the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart, relegating AC/DC to their still very respectable spot at #2.  Meanwhile, Taylor Swift continues her rise up the chart and jumps two places from last week to sneak in at #3.

It has also been a good week for the chart newcomers, Duran Duran and Dixie Chicks have both broken into the top 10, while Black Stone Cherry have come in with a bit less of a bang, ranking #18.

Our farewells this week are many and we say goodbye to Foo FightersJack and JackWill Young5 Seconds Of SummerFaith No MoreBellowheadElton John and Yes.

1. Mötley Crüe
2. AC/DC
3. Taylor Swift
4. Duran Duran
5. Fleetwood Mac
6. Dixie Chicks
7. Ed Sheeran
8. Take That
9. Blur
10. Paloma Faith
11. Florence And The Machine
12. BBC Radio 2 Live
13. Wireless
14. Neil Diamond
15. Ride
16. Michael McIntyre
17. The 1975
18. Black Stone Cherry
19. Simply Red
20. U2

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Alice Cooper

2. The Fratellis

3. Miguel

4. Mercury Rev

5. Mallory Knox

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AC/DC Return To The Top Of Stereboard’s Hot Ticket Chart



The chart kings, AC/DC, have returned to their #1 throne at the top of the chart, pushing last week’s top spot holders, The 1975, all the way down to #8. Meanwhile, Florence And The Machine have had a strong first week on the chart, going straight in at #2, ahead of fellow newcomers Yes, who just managed to get into the top 20, taking last position.

However, as always, when newcomers arrive, others must leave the chart. This week we say goodbye to One DirectionParklife WeekenderDynamoThe JanoskiansSimply RedMrs Brown’s BoysMadness and British Summer Time.

1. AC/DC
2. Florence And The Machine
3. Fleetwood Mac
4. Take That
5. Taylor Swift
6. Ed Sheeran
7. Foo Fighters
8. The 1975
9. Jack and Jack
10. Will Young
11. Michael McIntyre
12. U2
13. 5 Seconds Of Summer
14. Blur
15. BBC Radio 2 Live
16. Neil Diamond
17. Faith No More
18. Bellowhead
19. Elton John
20. Yes

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Duran Duran

2. Dixie Chicks

3. Black Stone Cherry

4. Eagles Of Death Metal

5. Twenty One Pilots


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