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Mötley Crüe Was Biggest Success Story In 2022

A study conducted by ticket marketplace Vivid Seats has calculated the stand-out artists from each genre of music this year, based on “ticket sales and event data.”


The results are that Mötley Crüe have been the biggest success story in rock music this year, most likely thanks to their stadium tour with Def Leppard that finally took place in 2022.


The study also said the defining ‘alternative’ band of 2022 was Gorillaz, while rock’s biggest ‘breakout’ band was Australian indie rockers Spacey Jane.

Rolling Stones Releasing Live Album Of 50th Anniversary Concert

The Rolling Stones are releasing their legendary 50th Anniversary concert as a live album.


The Dec. 15th, 2012 show at New Jersey’s Prudential Center originally aired on pay-per-view, and has never been released before now.


It features some big-name celebrity guest stars, like Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, John Mayer, and The Black Keys.


The 24-track album is titled Grrr Live! and will be out Feb. 10th on CD, LP, DVD, and Blu-Ray formats.

Dead & Company Announce Dates For Final Tour

As we told you, John Mayer recently announced that next summer’s Dead & Company tour will be the band’s last, and now we know when those final shows are happening.

“Dead & Company: The Final Tour” will kick off with a two-night stand at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum, and will feature stops in Phoenix, Dallas, Philadelphia, Boston and more, along with multiple night stands in Chicago, Saratoga Springs (New York), Boulder, and George (Washington). It will fittingly wrap with a two-night stand in San Francisco, California, at Oracle Park.

A seated pre-sale fan registration is now open, with tickets going on sale October 14th at 10 am.