This Week’s New Releases: BLACKPINK, Bon Jovi And Melanie C

The new releases are coming in thick and fast this week! BLACKPINK’s highly anticipated new album has arrived, as has Bon Jovi’s new record — despite having to push it back due to COVID-19, and Spice Girl Melanie C has put out a self-titled solo LP.

Still want more? Head below for a list that also includes new records from Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, Groove Armada, the Jaded Hearts Club, Jónsi, Roger Waters, YG, and Queen and Adam Lambert.

Aloe Blacc – ‘All Love Everything’ (BMG)

BLACKPINK – ‘The Album’ (YG Entertainment/Interscope)

Bon Jovi – ‘2020’ (Captain Kidd Corp/Island/UMG)

Born Ruffians – ‘Squeeze’ (Yep Roc)

Brent Cobb – ‘Keep ‘Em On They Toes’ (Ol’ Buddy Records/Thirty Tigers)

Corey Taylor – ‘CMFT’ (Roadrunner)

Dawes – ‘Good Luck With Whatever’ (Concord)

Death Valley Girls – ‘Under The Spell Of Joy’ (Suicide Squeeze)

Dolly Parton – ‘A Holly Dolly Christmas’ (12 Tone)

Gabriel Garzón-Montano – ‘Agüita’ (Jagjaguwar)

Groove Armada – ‘Edge Of The Horizon’ (BMG)

The Hunna – ‘I’d Rather Die Than Let You In’ (LMW/Believe)

Jack Henderson – ‘Where’s The Revolution’ (Fretsore Records)

The Jaded Hearts Club – ‘You’ve Always Been Here’ (Helium-3/BMG/Infectious)

Jónsi – ‘Shiver’ (KRUNK)

Lany – ‘Mama’s Boy’ (Universal)

Mariah Carey – ‘The Rarities’ (Columbia)

Marty Wilde – ‘Running Together’ (Pushka/Right Track)

Melanie C – ‘Melanie C’ (Red Girl)

New Order – ‘Power, Corruption, And Lies – Definitive Edition’ (Warner)

The Nude Party – ‘Midnight Manor’ (New West)

Queen and Adam Lambert – ‘Live Around The World’ (Miracle Recordings Ltd/Universal)

Robert Plant – ‘Digging Deep: Subterranea’ (Warner)

Roger Waters – ‘Us + Them’ (Columbia)

Róisín Murphy – ‘Róisín Machine’ (Mickey Murphy’s Daughter/Loaded/BMG)

Shania Twain – ‘The Woman In Me: Super Deluxe Diamond Edition’ (Mercury Nashville)

Sumac – ‘May You Be Held’ (Thrill Jockey)

William Shatner – ‘The Blues’ (Cleopatra)

YG – ‘My 4Hunnid Life’ (Def Jam)

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This Week’s Top Tickets: Aerosmith, The Eagles, Crowded House, Queen And Adam Lambert, Il Divo, Brockhampton, Greenwich Music Time Feat. Lewis Capaldi, McFly, Ms Lauryn Hill, Mrs Brown’s Boys and more

Aerosmith

The Boston rockers will celebrate their 50th anniversary with performances at London’s O2 Arena on July 15 and Manchester Arena on July 18. The brace of shows are part of a wider summer European tour, with tickets on general sale at 9am local time on December 13.

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The Eagles


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The Eagles will bring their Hotel California Tour to London’s Wembley Stadium next summer, performing the iconic 1976 album in full followed by a greatest hits set on August 29 and 30. The shows will mark the band’s only European concerts of 2020. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on December 14.

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Crowded House

Crowded House will reunite for their first European tour in more than 10 years, calling in Cardiff, Glasgow, Birmingham, Cork, Dublin, Manchester and London, where they’ll play two nights at the Roundhouse, between June 16 and July 5. The tour also heads to Berlin, Cologne, Zeeland, Landgraaf, where they’ll play Pinkpop Festival, and Werchter, where they’ll perform at TW Classic festival. Tickets go on sale on December 13, at 9am local time for the UK dates and 10am local time for the European shows. Tickets for the previously announced Irish dates are already on sale.

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Queen And Adam Lambert

Queen and Adam Lambert have added five extra London dates to the UK leg of The Rhapsody Tour next summer. In addition to their five previously announced shows at the O2 Arena, original members Brian May and Roger Taylor, plus longtime frontman Lambert, will also perform at the Greenwich venue on June 8, 17, 18, 20 and 21. Tickets are on sale now.

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Il Divo

The vocal group will bring their Christmas With Il Divo Tour to Southend, Bath, Blackpool, Edinburgh, Harrogate, Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham, Hull, Brighton, Bournemouth, and London, where they’ll perform a huge show at the SSE Arena Wembley on December 12, 2020. Tickets are on sale now.

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Brockhampton

As part of their spring European tour, the rap troupe have lined up shows in Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow and London, where they’ll perform at the O2 Academy Brixton on May 19. Tickets go on sale at 10am on December 13.

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Greenwich Music Time Feat. Lewis Capaldi, McFly, Ms Lauryn Hill

Lewis Capaldi, McFly and Ms. Lauryn Hill have been confirmed for next summer’s Greenwich Music Time at London’s Old Royal Naval College on July 9, 10 and 11, respectively. Sarah Brightman will also perform on July 6, and Lea Salonga and John Barrowman will co-headline on July 7. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on December 13. Head here for pre-sale tickets.

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Mrs Brown’s Boys

Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Live Show Encore Tour will take over UK arenas in summer 2020. Tickets are on sale now.

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Also announced this week:

Slipknot, Knotfest UK, the Who, IAMDDB, M Huncho, the Orb, New Hope Club, the Overtones, Longitude feat. Kendrick Lamar, Tyler the Creator, A$AP Rocky, Duran Duran, Liam Gallagher, Fletcher, Go West, Paul Young, Madness, Amy Wadge, James Arthur, Beverley Knight, Thundercat, Lee Brice, Feeder, Lovebox feat. Khalid, Disclosure and Tyler the Creator, Rudimental, Ezra Furman, Tom Clarke, Chuck Ragan, Ellie Taylor, Dermot Kennedy, Bryan Ferry, Clutch, Boomtown Rats, John Bishop, Jonathan Pie, Nathaniel Rateliff, Pete Tong and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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Queen + Adam Lambert Top Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart For April

Queen + Adam Lambert have knocked Metallica off the top spot and are now at #1 on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart for April. Coming in at #2 is Bruno Mars, who will take his 24K Magic tour to Australia and New Zealand in 2018, while making up the rest of the top 10 are Migos & Lil Yachty, BananaramaWill Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff (Livewire Festival)ParamoreWireless FestivalEd SheeranChris Rea and Paul Weller.

At the bottom of this month’s chart we have Giggs, who last month completed his spring Landlord tour, The Next Step, which will see the live accompaniment to the CBBC TV show take in dates across the UK and Ireland, Bob Dylan, who will tour North America this summer, Steps, who hit the road in November and December for the Party On The Dancefloor arena tour, and Tori Amos, who will return to the UK and Europe this autumn for the Native Invader tour.

Check back in with us next month to see if the below are able to keep hold of their top 40 positions or if we’ll be welcoming some new names to the chart.

1. Queen + Adam Lambert
2. Bruno Mars
3. Migos & Lil Yachty
4. Bananarama
5. Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff (Livewire Festival)
6. Paramore
7. Wireless Festival
8. Ed Sheeran
9. Chris Rea
10. Paul Weller
11. Celine Dion
12. Linkin Park
13. Iron Maiden
14. Stormzy
15. George Ezra
16. Little Mix
17. Micky Flanagan
18. Royal Blood
19. J Hus
20. Depeche Mode
21. Take That
22. James Arthur
23. Guns N’Roses
24. Lovebox
25. The Kooks
26. Good Mourning Mrs Brown
27. Tom Jones
28. U2
29. Michael Ball and Alfie Boe
30. Wet Wet Wet
31. Kasabian
32. UB40 featuring Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey
33. Coldplay
34. Popcaan
35. Olly Murs
36. Giggs
37. The Next Step
38. Bob Dylan
39. Steps
40. Tori Amos

On sale in the next week – can they break the top 40?

1. Liam Gallagher

2. Enter Shikari

3. Stone Sour

4. Hurts

5. Tigers Jaw

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Tour Of The Week: Queen And Adam Lambert

Queen and Adam Lambert have lined up a tour of the UK and Ireland. Queen and Adam Lambert tickets are on sale now, priced £69.00 plus fees.

The arena tour will begin in Dublin towards the end of November before stops in Belfast, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester, plus three London shows, two at the O2 Arena and one at the SSE Arena Wembley. The run winds up with a second date at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on December 16.

Queen and Adam Lambert Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat November 25 2017 – DUBLIN 3Arena
Sun November 26 2017 – BELFAST SSE Arena Belfast
Tue November 28 2017 – LIVERPOOL Liverpool Echo Arena
Thu November 30 2017 – BIRMINGHAM Barclaycard Arena
Fri December 01 2017 – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Metro Radio Arena
Sun December 03 2017 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Tue December 05 2017 – NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Wed December 06 2017 – LEEDS first direct Arena
Fri December 08 2017 – SHEFFIELD Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Sat December 09 2017 – MANCHESTER Arena
Tue December 12 2017 – LONDON O2 Arena
Wed December 13 2017 – LONDON O2 Arena
Fri December 15 2017 – LONDON SSE Arena Wembley
Sat December 16 2017 – BIRMINGHAM Barclaycard Arena

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Ed Sheeran At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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It seems Ed Sheeran wasn’t satisfied with just keeping his top 5 spot and after taking home two Brit Awards last week he’s shot straight to #1 on the chart. It seems the Brits blessed more than Ed as Brit Awards winners and performers Sam Smith, Taylor Swift, George Ezra and James Bay have all entered the top 20 this week.

Meanwhile, AC/DC stand firm in second place and Madness fall from the #1 slot to #4 this week. Trailing closely behind them is chart newcomer J Cole who enters in a strong position at #5.

1. Ed Sheeran
2. AC/DC
3. Sam Smith
4. Madness
5. J Cole
6. Paloma Faith
7. Disney on Ice
8. Taylor Swift
9. Mrs Brown’s Boys
10. Foo Fighters
11. Spandau Ballet
12. Queen and Adam Lambert
13. George Ezra
14. Lionel Richie
15. The Script
16. Paul Weller
17. One Direction
18. Blur
19. British Summer Time
20. James Bay

On sale now/Friday – can they break the top 10?

1. Madonna

2. V Festival

3. Calvin Harris

4. The Strokes

5. Tom Jones

 

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It’s Madness At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Madness join Wireless in the feat of managing to knock AC/DC off the chart’s #1 spot this week. However, they’ve only been relegated to #2 while Wireless has left the chart completely. It will be interesting to see what the next week holds.

Meanwhile, Disney on Ice and Foo Fighters both climb the chart to achieve top five positions, pushing Ed Sheeran down two slots to #5. We welcome Michael McIntyre as a new entry to the chart this week, while Fleetwood Mac return for a top 10 position.

The last slot on the chart is taken by Rodriguez who is clinging to a top 20 position, having fallen two slots since last week.

1. Madness

2. AC/DC

3. Disney on Ice

4. Foo Fighters

5. Ed Sheeran

6. Top Gear Live

7. Calling Festival

8. Lionel Richie

9. Fleetwood Mac

10. Queen and Adam Lambert

11. Olly Murs

12. One Direction

13. The Script

14. Michael McIntyre

15. Paloma Faith

16. Paul Weller

17. U2

18. Eric Clapton

19. Ben Howard

20. Rodriguez

On sale now/Friday – can they break the top 10?

1. Blur

2. Andre Rieu

3. Imagine Dragons

4. J Cole

5. Neil Diamond

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AC/DC Are Back At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Wireless may have knocked AC/DC off the #1 spot last week but the kings have returned victorious and are back on top this week, while Wireless drops to the bottom of the chart at #20.

Ed Sheeran and Queen and Adam Lambert are holding strong, maintaining their top five positions for another week. Meanwhile, Imagine Dragons have left the top 20 completely and Hozier moves down seven places, while Paloma Faith moves up eight to achieve a top 10 slot.

This week we welcome Incubus and Paul Weller, who have already made it into the top 10, and Ben Howard and Eric Clapton, who have come in at a respectable 14th and 15th position. Foo Fighters and Olly Murs are not far behind, taking slots 16 and 17.

1. AC/DC

2. Sam Smith

3. Ed Sheeran

4. One Direction

5. Queen and Adam Lambert

6. Paul Weller

7. Paloma Faith

8. Incubus

9. Disney on Ice

10.Lionel Richie

11. The Script

12. Top Gear Live

13. Hozier

14. Ben Howard

15. Eric Clapton

16. Foo Fighters

17. Olly Murs

18. Rodriguez

19. Kodaline

20. Wireless

On sale now/Friday – can they break the top 10?

1. Madness

2. Weird Al Yankovic

3. Counting Crows

4. Django Django

5. Peace

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AC/DC Spend Third Week On Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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AC/DC have done it again! They keep the top spot for the third consecutive week.

The rock royalty have defended their #1 crown. This week they fended off competition from the recently announced tours of Fall Out Boy , Kevin BridgesThe Prodigy and Morrissey. Also new to the top 10 rankings are Sam Smith and Hozier.

U2Eric Clapton and  Kodaline are the only acts to keep themselves in the latter half of the chart. Meanwhile, Take ThatFleetwood Mac and Paul Weller all return to the top 20.

New to the chart are James Bay and Gorgon City.

1. AC/DC

2. The Prodigy

3. Fall Out Boy

4. Morrissey

5. Queen and Adam Lambert

6. Ed Sheeran

7. Disney on Ice

8. Slipknot

9. Sam Smith

10. Hozier

11. James Bay

12. One Direction

13. Gorgon City

14. Take That

15. Kodaline

16. Fleetwood Mac

17. Paul Weller

18. U2

19. Kevin Bridges

20. Eric Clapton

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