How to Avoid Rascal Flats’ “Disturbed” Tour (via the band’s website): Rascal is the youngest member of the legendary band, but he was born in the Bronx in 1979.
The Brooklyn native is a founding member of Disturbed, an offshoot of the grunge/hardcore duo, Nirvana, and has also played with such acts as Marilyn Manson, Alice Cooper, Metallica and Alice in Chains.
In recent years, he has collaborated with some of the world’s most famous artists, including Foo Fighters and Metallica, to release new albums.
Rascal’s new album, “Disturbance,” is scheduled for release on March 3.
The band recently announced its sophomore effort, “Meltdown,” and is set to hit the road in support.
The album features guest appearances from singer-guitarist Steve Aoki, drummer Ben Weinberg and bassist James Murphy.
Disturbed’s tour dates include stops in London, Melbourne and Toronto.
The upcoming tour is being co-produced by the band and includes the bands own new album.
Read more about the upcoming tour: Rascal tours with Metallica (March 7) and Foo Fighters (March 11)Rascal Flatt’s “Disturbing” tour (via band’s webpage): Randal and co. are set to release their third studio album, Disturbance, on March 2.
Disturbances debut is being produced by the legendary metal outfit, Metallicas own Metallica guitarist Dave Mustaine and drummer James Murphy, who are joined by co-producer David Leitch.
Randal Flatts “Distured” tour dates (via Billboard): Rapper, rapper and producer Randal will headline a North American tour that is taking place in support of his upcoming album, called “Disturing.”
The tour, which will begin in March, is slated to kick off March 5 in Los Angeles.
Read about Randal’s “disturbing tour” (via Pitchfork): RAPARD, the rap duo from Brooklyn, N.Y., will return to North America with the help of producer David Leicht and producer Scott Weiland.
The tour will kick off April 10 in Seattle, and the two-day trek will include stops at Coachella, SXSW, New York’s Madison Square Garden and Coachellas Los Angeles festival.
Read our interview with the duo (via HipHopDX): “The reason I’m doing this tour is for me to show you how much my family loves me, and it’s to give back to them,” Randal told Billboard.
“I’ve been a part of their lives, so I want to give them the best opportunity to be able to be happy.”
Read more about RAPARACTS tour dates and dates (and more from the band): Rappa will perform on the “Distrusted” tour, the band will perform at SXSW and New York City and the RAPRAS will perform a few dates with the likes of Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, and Slayer in support on the tour.
Read the full list of tour dates.
The “Distraction” tour kicks off March 3 in Toronto.
“Distracted” will be the bands fourth full-length album.
The group has played three shows in support, with the latest coming on July 6 in Toronto, and they will perform again at SXW on August 6.
The full tour dates are as follows:March 1, Los Angeles, T.A.E. FestMarch 2, Los Vegas, The Roxy March 3, Los Santos, Coachellan March 4, Los Alamos, Coaches March 5, New Orleans, The Club March 6, Austin, The Fonda TheatreMarch 7, Phoenix, Phoenix Concert HallMarch 8, San Antonio, The Theatre March 9, Atlanta, The MasqueradeMarch 10, Chicago, Soldier FieldMarch 11, Detroit, The Fillmore March 12, Chicago TheaterMarch 13, Milwaukee, The Marquis March 14, Columbus, The Palace March 15, Detroit AuditoriumMarch 16, Minneapolis, TCF Bank StadiumMarch 17, Minneapolis ArenaMarch 18, Chicago TheatreMarch 19, Minneapolis Auditorium