United Talent Agency’s Josh Kline, the longtime booking agent for Bring Me The Horizon, talks with Pollstar about the band’s success, what he listens for when scouting new talent and how he takes a holistic approach to working with artists.
Hinder has posted that it was in a bus accident outside of Cookeville, Tenn., Nov. 18. “Everyone will be okay but we have a missing friend,” the band said.
Rascal Flatts has booked another extended stay in Las Vegas. The trio will “mix it up a bit” when it returns in February for its second residency at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel/Casino.
This is a good week to be a Tedeschi Trucks Band fan. In addition to announcing a release date and details for its upcoming album, the group has booked multi-night stands in Chicago; Glenside, Pa.; Washington, D.C.; and Nashville.
Mumford & Sons, Kings Of Leon, and Florence + The Machine top the enormous lineup for the fourth edition of Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival at the Dover International Speedway June 16-19. More names after the jump.
This morning Eagles Of Death Metal put out an official statement about the deadly terrorist attack at the band’s Nov. 13 concert in Paris. The message pays tribute to victims and thanks French and U.S. authorities, who proved “once again that love overshadows evil.”
OpenLIVE, the Australian platform that enables artists to record their live gigs, has made its first appearance on the United States market after soft-launching in Australia and Britain with 12 venues in August.