Rihanna Dies in Trailer for New Movie "This Is the End"

PR NewswireRihanna's last movie Battleship got bad reviews and earned her a Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress.  But in her latest film, it doesn't appear as though she'll be sticking around long enough to stink up the joint.

In a new red band trailer released for the movie, called This Is the End, we see Rihanna, as herself, attending a star-studded, decadent Hollywood party thrown by actor James Franco, with a guest list that includes the likes of Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Mindy Kaling, Danny McBride, Jay Baruchel, Craig Robinson and many others -- all playing themselves.  At the party,  Michael Cera, also playing himself, slaps Rihanna's butt, which leads her to turn around, curse and smack him upside the head.

Unfortunately, things go from bad to worse, because some sort of apocalyptic disaster then takes place...L.A. goes up in flames, a massive hole opens up in Franco's front yard and a screaming Rihanna falls to her death.  And that's just the beginning of the film!  But it's a comedy, so it all turns out O.K., we assume -- except for the whole "Rihanna's dead" thing.

This Is the End arrives in theaters June 12.

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New Digital Led Zeppelin Book Features Dozens of Previously Unseen Photographs

Warner MusicA new digital book focusing on Led Zeppelin and featuring dozens of rare photos of the rock legends will be released via Apple's iBookstore on April 15.  Led Zeppelin: Sound and Fury was written by renowned photographer Neal Preston, who had unprecedented access to the band during the mid-to-late 1970s.

The book, which is viewable on the iPad, boasts hundreds of pictures, including more than 100 previously unseen images.  Among the photos featured are shots of the band members in concert, backstage, at press conferences and movie premieres, on their private planes and at parties.  Sound and Fury also contains memorabilia, concert set lists, video and text interviews with various Led Zeppelin associates and audio commentary from Preston himself.  In addition, Stevie Nicks contributed an introduction to the eBook.

Led Zeppelin: Sound and Fury costs $9.99 and is available for pre-order now.

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Spoon’s Next Album to Feature Tracks with “Slightly More Soul” Britt Daniel, who spent the last year touring with his side project Divine Fits, has revealed that he’s back in the studio working on new tracks with Spoon.

“I've started working with Spoon on some very early versions of songs,” he tells SPIN. “Right now it's a lot of instrumental music. There were a few tunes that I have written over the last couple of years that I brought in at these rehearsals.”

He singer adds that while the new cuts he’s written “have slightly more soul than the last record...slightly more R&B,” he's not quite sure what the finished product will sound like.

Spoon’s most recent album, 2010’s Transference, debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, selling 53,000 copies its first week out, according to Nielsen Soundscan.

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Richie Sambora Leaves Bon Jovi Tour Richie Sambora is leaving Bon Jovi's Because We Can tour.  At least, for a while.

The band made the announcement on their official website, saying only, "Due to personal issues, Richie Sambora will not be performing on this upcoming leg.  All shows will go on as scheduled."

The band's next scheduled show is tonight in Edmonton, Alberta, with additional North American dates scheduled through April 25.  On May 7 and 11 they play two dates in South Africa before heading to Europe.

No word yet on who will be standing in for Sambora on the road.

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Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockKenny Chesney hosted a small listening session for his upcoming album, Life on a Rock, Tuesday in Nashville. The project lands in stores April 30. It features Kenny's latest hit, "Pirate Flag."

The Band Perry's video for "DONE." is now airing on

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Country Music Takes Over Your TV Today

Warner Music NashvilleCountry music takes over the airwaves in a big way Wednesday with Blake Shelton appearing on CBS's The Talk to promote this Sunday's ACM Awards broadcast on the same network. He's also stopping by E!'s Chelsea Lately Wednesday night.

Darius Rucker appears on TBS's Conan Wednesday while Gloriana performs on NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Gary Allan is also set to appear on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Of course, Keith Urban will be behind the judges' desk on FOX's American Idol Wednesday night too.

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Little Big Town Predicts Racy, Good Time with Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan Hosting ACM Awards

Capitol NashvilleLittle Big Town has four ACM Awards nominations going into Sunday night's show including album of the year for Tornado. While they have their fingers crossed about taking home a trophy or four, Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman tells ABC News Radio they're just as excited to see Luke Bryan make his debut as Blake Shelton's new co-host on the show. Luke replaces Blake's longtime co-host, Reba, who is often credited with reining in Blake's racy sense of humor. Kimberly's not sure if Luke is up for that task.

"They're gonna have to put, like a 15-second delay on the show," she says. "How in the world will they keep them in check? And it'll be hilarious. It'll be so entertaining and so much fun."

Since Luke and Blake's brand of humor may have the network censors up in arms, Kimberly adds with a laugh, "Reba will be back next year."

Look for Little Big Town to perform on The 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Sunday night at 8 Eastern on CBS.

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Judas Priest Releasing Video Documenting Last Year's Epitaph Tour Finale on DVD, Blu-ray

Legacy RecordingsJudas Priest will celebrate its 40th anniversary as a recording act with a new concert video capturing the last show of the heavy metal legends' 2012 Epitaph World Tour.  Epitaph, which will be released May 28 on DVD and Blu-ray, features 23 songs from the band's May 26, 2012, show at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo in London.

The concert brought an end to the 50-week trek, which Judas Priest has announced will be its last full-scale world tour.  The show featured at least one tune from every major album the band has released, and included renditions of such classics as "Breaking the Law," "Hell Bent for Leather," "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" and "Living After Midnight."

The Epitaph trek marked the debut of new Priest guitarist Richie Faulkner, who took over for founding guitarist K.K. Downing after he retired from the group in April 2011.  The group currently is working on a brand-new studio album that it's planning to release later this year.

Here is the complete track list for the Epitaph DVD and Blu-ray:

"Battle Hymn"
"Rapid Fire"
"Metal Gods"
"Heading Out to the Highway"
"Judas Rising"
"Victim of Changes"
"Never Satisfied"
"Diamonds and Rust"
"Night Crawler"
"Turbo Lover"
"Beyond the Realms of Death"
"The Sentinel"
"Blood Red Skies"
"The Green Manalishi (with the Two-Pronged Crown)"
"Breaking the Law"
"The Hellion"
"Electric Eye"
"Hell Bent for Leather"
"You've Got Another Thing Comin'"
"Living After Midnight"

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Brian Wilson Schedules More Shows with Beach Boys Band Mates Al Jardine & David Marks Boys mastermind Brian Wilson has begun lining up more shows with his old band mates Al Jardine and David Marks.  After initially announcing one concert with special guests Jardine and Marks -- a July 25 gig at the Fraze Pavilion in Kettering, Ohio -- the singer/songwriter has now scheduled a total of six dates with them.

Six of the concerts take place in July -- stretching from a July 20 performance in Atlantic City, New Jersey, through a July 27 stop in Apple Valley, Minnesota.  An additional concert is slated to take place October 20 in The Beach Boys' home base of Los Angeles.

Wilson, Jardine and Marks, of course, were three of the five principal Beach Boys members who took part in the band's 50th anniversary reunion tour last year, as well as as in the recording of their 2012 studio album, That's Why God Made the Radio.  The trek ended last September when band mates Mike Love and Bruce Johnston opted not to extend the reunion outing,  instead going back on tour with their pre-50th anniversary Beach Boys lineup, which does not include Wilson, Jardine or Marks.

Here are all of Wilson's confirmed upcoming concerts, according to

7/20 -- Atlantic City, NJ, The Grand @ The Golden Nugget
7/21 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE – Outdoor Stage
7/23 -- Interlochen, MI, Kresge Auditorum
7/25 -- Kettering, OH, Fraze Pavilion
7/26 -- Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Festival
7/27 -- Apple Valley, MN, Weesner Family Amphitheatre
10/20 -- Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre

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Justin Bieber: "I'm Very Much in Control"

Courtesy Teen VogueIf you think all the drama surrounding Justin Bieber lately means the singer is heading for a meltdown -- or rehab -- you'd be wrong.  In the new issue of Teen Vogue, Justin insists, "I know who I am, and I'm very much in control."

In other words, the way Justin is depicted in the media and the reality are very far apart.  "I see so much stuff on the Internet, sometimes I just want to go to Twitter and just go after people," the singer tells Teen Vogue, which is featuring him on not one but two covers for May.  "But then I just think twice: If someone is dissing me, I'm going to make this person way more famous by tweeting them."

"There's so much nonsense that gets out there that's not true," Justin continues.  "I would rather spend time really interacting with my fans.  You just have to keep your head high and be positive."

Justin also says that contrary to popular belief, he's not the center of a non-stop party, rolling with a crew of hangers-on, friends and celebrities.  Sadly, that's because he's just too afraid he'll get burned.

"I get good vibes from people all the time, and I probably could get along with them and be their friend, but now I just don't trust anybody," he tells Teen Vogue.  "Literally, my phone never rings.  I only have, like, four people that I keep in contact with.  I don't need a bunch of friends to make me happy.  I just need the people close to me that I love, that's all."

Among them: his parents, his three close friends from back home, and Lil Twist, who he calls his "best friend."

At this point, though, Justin probably could walk away from show business.  He certainly has enough money.  So why keep dealing with the constant pressure, invasion of privacy and living life under a microscope?  Because he thinks he's part of something bigger than himself.

"I think that's part of the reason I'm here.  Not just because I'm talented, but because God had a purpose for me to just help people," Justin reveals.  And the other reason he keeps going?  Because he's never satisfied.

"When people get to where they want, they're like, 'I'm here, I got it,'" he tells Teen Vogue.  "When I get to the top, I just want to get better."

Justin's issue of Teen Vogue hits newsstands April 16.

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Mad Season’s Barrett Martin Talks Collaborations with Mark Lanegan, R.E.M.'s Peter Buck for Unfinished Second Album Tuesday, fans of Mad Season -- the all-star collaboration that included late Alice in Chains frontman Layne Staley and Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready -- got their hands on a deluxe edition of the band’s only studio album, Above.  The collection includes three previously unreleased tracks from the band's unfinished second album, with new lyrics and vocals by former Screaming Trees singer Mark Lanegan.

Drummer Barrett Martin says that Lanegan was the obvious choice to create the new tracks for the deluxe edition because of his history of writing and recording with the band.  “We had recorded about 20 instrumental tracks for Layne and Mark to write lyrics to, but they just never did it,” he tells ABC News Radio.  “And then [bassist John] Baker [Saunders] passed away and then Layne passed away.  So when we were revisiting those unfinished tracks, it just seemed natural to give them to Mark.”

Martin adds that one of the new tracks, “Black Book of Fear,” features contributions from a very special guest. “Even though that second album never got completed, there was still a lot of magic in the music,” he explains. “Peter Buck, the guitar player from R.E.M., he loved the band too and so when we went in to do that second record, he asked if he could play some guitar with us and so he actually co-wrote the song ‘Black Book of Fear,’ which Mark Lanegan also sang on.”

In addition to the new songs, the package includes a copy of the band’s only live DVD, Live at the Moore, and a video of the band's performance from New Years Eve 1995 at the now-defunct Seattle club, RKCNDY.

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Frank Ocean, Jay-Z, Beyonce Among the "Most Influential People in the World"? Vote Now

Island Def JamEach year, Time magazine publishes the Time 100: a list of leaders, artists, innovators, icons and heroes the magazine has named "the most influential people in the world."  The mag allows readers to vote on who they think should be included in the list, and this year, some of music's biggest names are among the candidates.

Alongside people like Barack Obama, Pope Francis, Jennifer Lawrence, Ben Affleck, Hillary Clinton, Jimmy Kimmel, George Lucas, Jon Hamm and 50 Shades of Grey author E.L. James, Time is giving fans the opportunity to vote for Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Jay-Z and Frank Ocean.  Voting ends April 12; the full list will be revealed on Thursday, April 18.

Briefly describing why each artist should be included, Time magazine says Beyonce is the "First Lady of pop culture," while Jay-Z is the "Rapper, producer and entrepreneur who helped bring the Nets to Brooklyn and keep Obama in the White House."  As for Justin, he's the "pop star turned actor turned pop star again" and "restorer of sexy."  Frank Ocean, meanwhile, "won acclaim both for his debut studio album and for his openness about his sexuality."

So far, Beyonce is #11 among the vote-getters.  Justin's pretty far down the list and so are Jay-Z and Frank, so if you want them to be considered, better start voting.

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OneRepublic Donates $100K to Build New School in Newtown, CT has announced that they've managed to collect $100,000 to help build a new school in Newtown, Connecticut, the site of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in December. 

Soon after the shooting, which left 26 dead, OneRepublic posted a posted a video on the website asking people to donate money to their newly-established charity fund to help the victims' families.  The band members donated $20,000 out of their own pockets to get the ball rolling, and in just a few minutes, they had another $15,000 in pledges.  Their initial goal was $50,000, but in a few days, the total had soared to over $65,000.

On Monday, the band tweeted, "THNKS 2 ALL who donated $$ to our Sandy Hook Elementary Victims Fund-doubled the goal of 50k-sent $100k last week 2 help build a new school!"

They added, "We can't imagine what the families of Newton, CT have gone thru in the last 3 + months- still haven't forgotten- hope 2 visit the new school."

The Sandy Hook shootings affected OneRepublic deeply because their own community in Colorado was rocked last summer by the Aurora movie theater massacre.

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"The Voice" Recap: Houston Teen Shines in Latest Blind Auditions

NBCThe blind auditions continued on The Voice Tuesday night, with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher each adding two contestants to their respective teams.

Shakira now has nine artists on her squad. Adam and Usher have eight, and Blake has seven.

Here's a rundown of Tuesday night's auditions:

The personable Audrey Karrasch, 20, sang the Jessie J hit "Price Tag." Usher and Blake both turned around their chairs for her. Audrey asked Usher specifically what he liked about her performance. After he said he could identify with it, Audrey blurted out, "OK, let's do it," leaving a rejected Blake stunned.

Long-haired Brandon Roush belted out the Joe Cocker version of The Beatles song "With a Little Help from My Friends." Adam joked that the 19-year-old Kentucky native looked like he belonged in the heavy metal band Megadeth. Brandon joined Team Shakira.

Betsy Barta, who performs on the streets of Minneapolis, tried her best with Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain." None of the judges pressed their buttons. Afterward, Blake suggested that the song choice was overambitious. A teary-eyed Betsy was consoled with a hug from Adam.

Sporting dreadlocks, Patrick Dodd of Memphis paid homage to his city with Marc Cohn's "Walking in Memphis." Shakira and Adam both turned around, saying the 35-year-old brought soul to the stage. Patrick went with Adam.

Wedding singer Orlando Dixon tackled Ne-Yo's "So Sick." Usher was the only coach to support him. Clearly elated, Orlando called Usher his idol and said he wanted to buy his mother a new home one day.

Savannah Berry, a 17-year-old from Houston, once duetted with Sugarland for an Academy of Country Music Awards promotional segment. She sang Taylor Swift and The Civil Wars' single "Safe & Sound," from The Hunger Games soundtrack. All of the coaches except for Usher pressed their buttons. After Savannah cited Miranda Lambert as one of her inspirations, Blake repeatedly reminded her that he's married to Miranda. His powers of persuasion worked: Savannah picked Blake.

The final week of blind auditions begins next Monday on NBC.

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Dr. Conrad Murray Is “Extremely Sorry” About Michael Jackson’s Death

David McNew -- Pool/Getty ImagesConrad Murray, the doctor who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering a fatal dose of propofol to Michael Jackson prior to the King of Pop’s death at age 50 in June 2009, says he’s “extremely sorry” the singer is no longer with us.

Murray, who is serving a four-year sentence, called CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 from prison Tuesday night. While maintaining his innocence, Murray said he misses Jackson. “I am extremely sorry that Michael has passed on. It's a tremendous loss for me. It's a burden I have been carrying for the longest while and it's a burden I will carry for an indefinite period of time,” Murray told Cooper.

Murray, who is in the process of appealing his conviction, told Cooper that Jackson was already using the powerful anesthetic propofol when he became his doctor and he tried to wean the singer off of it. “Given the situation at the time, it was my approach to try to get him off of it. But, Michael Jackson was not the kind of person you can just say put it down and he's going to do that,” Murray said.

Murray said he reluctantly agreed to give Jackson an injection of propofol. “It was such a painful condition to see this man that was about to lose his entire potential with his fortune and empire, I agreed that I'd give him a 25 milligram slow injection, that was it,” Murray told Cooper.

Murray said he stayed with Jackson for a while after administering the injection, and left his bedside only after he was “absolutely comfortable that propofol was no longer a factor, done.”

Jury selection began Tuesday in Los Angeles in a trial stemming from a wrongful death lawsuit brought by Michael Jackson's mother against concert promoter AEG Live.

Katherine Jackson is suing the company, which was behind the King of Pop's aborted This Is It tour, for 40 billion dollars. She claims AEG contributed to her son's death by hiring Dr. Conrad Murray.

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Eddie Van Halen Says Working with LL Cool J Was "a Breath of Fresh Air"

Image Courtesy Eddie Van Halen via TwitterEddie Van Halen is among the many guest musicians featured on LL Cool J's upcoming album, Authentic, which hits stores on April 30.  As previously reported, the guitar legend lends his talents to a pair of tunes on the rap star's record, "We're the Greatest" and "Not Leaving You Tonight," with the latter track also featuring indie-pop act Fitz and the Tantrums.

Van Halen says he initially was unsure about working with the hip-hop veteran, but quickly embraced the idea after meeting LL Cool J, with whom he quickly became friends.

"The thought of me playing guitar to hip-hop was definitely left of center, but I was intrigued and I agreed to meet and listen to what he had," explains Eddie.  "I was not only inspired by the songs I heard, but LL's enthusiasm, his down-to-earth personality [and] the freedom he gave me to co-create."

Van Halen adds that his experience in the studio with LL "was like a breath of fresh air that I needed as an artist and an individual."

The guitar whiz had further praise for Authentic itself, noting that "The diversity of the songs on this album and the other artists [LL Cool J] has collaborated with is outstanding, appealing to multiple genres of music and maybe even creating a few of our own."

The rapper has plenty of mutual admiration for Van Halen.  Explaining why he asked the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer to play on Authentic, he says, "This album was born out of my true love for music and I knew Eddie shared that same vision for authentic music."

Regarding the sessions, LL declares, "I was humbled to watch a genius at work and collaborate with such a legendary and visionary artist as Eddie Van Halen, and to bring our two worlds together was an exciting opportunity."

Authentic is available for pre-order now at and iTunes.  Other guest artists featured on the album include Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, Earth, Wind & Fire, legendary funk bassist Bootsy Collins, rap superstar Snoop Dogg, Seal, country great Brad Paisley and Public Enemy frontman Chuck D.

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Watch Elton John Dedicate Song to Late Phil Ramone at Recent Mississippi Concert

Photo: Robert GuayJust few hours after renowned producer Phil Ramone's death on Saturday, Elton John delivered a special tribute to his friend and collaborator while on stage at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi.  The pop star said a few heartfelt words about Ramone before dedicating a rendition of his hit 1974 ballad "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" to him.

"Sadly, one of the greatest producers in the record industry died today.  His name was Phil Ramone," said Elton.  "You may not know him but he produced all the great, great Billy Joel records, Ray Charles, he worked on my musical of Aida and he's a legend."

John added, "And, in fact, it was [in] his studio that I recorded [the live album] 11-17-70 way back in 1970.  Phil, you were a lovely, kind, brilliant man.  This song is for you."

Video of the introduction to John's homage has been posted on Elton's official website and YouTube channel.

Among the other projects on which John and Ramone collaborated were Elton's 2000 concert album Live at Madison Square Garden and the Rocket Man's Las Vegas show The Red Piano.  Ramone passed away Saturday at age 79 following hospitalization for an aortic aneurysm.

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Ticket Details for Celine's "One Night Only" Quebec Show Announced

CelineDion.comIf you’re planning to trek to Quebec this summer to catch Celine Dion in her only announced appearance outside of Las Vegas, details on ticketing for the show have now been announced.

As previously reported, Celine will return to her roots for a one-night-only concert at Quebec's famous Plains of Abraham battlefield on July 27 at 8 p.m. ET.  Canada's CTV reports 60,000 concert tickets in all will be available for purchase, and according to Celine's website, fans who are members of her online fanclub, TeamCeline, will be able to purchase advance tickets beginning April 4 at 10 a.m. ET by logging onto the "My Account" page on their user accounts.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on April 6 at 10 a.m. ET.  Including services and fees, ticket prices will range from $69 to $299 Canadian.

Dubbed "Celine... Une Seule Fois," or "Celine... One Night Only," the show will highlight the diva as she sings her biggest hits, but be aware: she'll be singing mostly French; about 20 percent of her performance will be in English.

As previously reported, the concert marks the first time Celine has performed at Plains of Abraham since her 2008 show when she celebrated Quebec City's 400th anniversary on the site of where the British and French battled in 1759.

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Tamar Braxton, Ciara Among Special Guests for NewNowNext Awards

we TVLogo's NewNowNext Awards show is quickly approaching, and now there's word on which celebs will be appearing during this year's show.  Tamar Braxton, who is nominated for "Most Addictive Reality Star," will be dropping in on the ceremony.  Ciara is also expected to attend.

The NewNowNext Awards will be taped April 13 in Hollywood for airing on the Logo cable channel on April 15.  Along with Tamar, the nominees also include Rihanna, Kelly Rowland, Solange, Nicki Minaj and 2 Chainz.

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The Lumineers Announce Additional North American Tour Dates

TheLumineers.comThe Lumineers have added a number of new dates to their headlining North American tour, which will include stops at a variety of big music festivals.

Newly added shows include performances on June 13  in Cary, NC and June 14 in Charleston, SC.  Pre-sale tickets for members who sign for the group's e-mail list go on sale April 10, while tickets go on sale to the general public April 12.

The group has a full festival slate scheduled this spring and summer.  They will be appearing at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, CA later this month and at the Sasquatch Music Festival in George, Washington on  May 27, but those festivals are already sold out.  However tickets are still available for the Lumineers' appearances at other fests including the Hunter Mountain Jam and Governor's Ball in New York,  the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee and the group's first festival headline performance at the Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta in Atlanta.

More information about on-sale dates is available at  Here's a list of The Lumineers' upcoming North American tour dates:

4/14 -- Indio, CA, Coachella Music Festival
4/19 -- Berkeley, CA, The Greek Theater
4/21 -- Indio, CA, Coachella Music Festival
4/24 -- Houston, TX, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion
4/25 -- Dallas, TX, Verizon Ampitheater
4/26 -- Austin, TX, The Tower Ampitheater
4/30 -- Hamilton, ON, Copps Coliseum
5/01 -- Montreal, QC, Metropolis
5/02 -- Toronto, ON, The Sound Academy
5/03 -- Toronto, ON, The Sound Academy
5/05 -- Atlanta, GA, Shaky Knee Music Festival
5/27 -- George, WA, Sasquatch Music Festival
5/30 -- Lancaster, NE, Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater
5/31 -- Minneapolis, MN, Target Center
6/01 -- Kansas City, MO, Cricket Wireless Amphitheater
6/04 -- Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Center
6/06 -- Clarkston, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
6/07 -- Canandaugia, NY, CMAC
6/08 -- Mountain Hunter, NY, Mountain Jam Festival
6/09 -- New York, NY Governor's Ball
6/12 -- Portsmouth, VA, nTelos Wireless Pavilion
6/13 -- Cary, NC, Koka Booth Amphitheater
6/14 -- Charleston, SC, Family Circle Pavilion
6/15 -- Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo Music Festival

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