Live Nation News
Wounded woman drops 'bump stock' maker from Vegas lawsuit
Attorneys for a California woman wounded in the Oct. 1 mass shooting that killed 58 and left hundreds injured on the Las Vegas Strip have dropped a gun accessories maker from her negligence and damages lawsuit
Vegas shooting survivor sues hotel, festival organizer, 'bump stock' maker, Paddock estate
Paige Gasper came close to becoming one of gunman Stephen Paddock's victims when he shot into a crowd of 22,000 at a Las Vegas country music festival headlined by Jason Aldean last week. Fifty-eight people were killed in the massacre, and hundreds, like Gasper, were wounded. Luckily, the
Lady Gaga postpones part of world tour due to medical issue
Good-bye, Lego Michael and good morning, America. Hey. So you guys, I don't know if you heard about lady gaga. We are hoping lady gaga is doing okay this morning. The grammy winner announcing she has to postpone her European leg of the world tour due to a medical situation. Taking to Instagram to
Lady Gaga canceled the European leg of her tour for 'severe pain'
After being hospitalized last week for "severe physical pain," Lady Gaga has postponed the European leg of her Joanne world tour to take care of her health. A statement from tour promoter Live Nation says the pain has "impacted her ability to perform" and that her doctors have recommended the
Demonstrators turn out for a 2nd night to protest St. Louis ex-cop's acquittal: 'The message is simple: stop killing us'
Demonstrators took to the streets -- and shopping malls -- of St. Louis for a second day Saturday to protest a judge's decision Friday to acquit a white former police officer in the 2001 fatal shooting of a black man. St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson found Jason Stockley, 36, not guilty of
U2 cancels St. Louis concert after protests lead to dozens of arrests
After violent protests erupted in St. Louis Friday night, U2 has announced they've canceled a Saturday night performance in the city. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said 32 people were arrested when protesters took to the streets after a white former police officer, Jason Stockley,
Linkin Park tour canceled in wake of Chester Bennington's death
Linkin Park 's tour has been cancelled. According to Live Nation , the band has officially scrapped its North American trek, scheduled to kick off next Thursday, July 27 in Boston. "We are incredibly saddened to hear about the passing of Chester Bennington," Live Nation said in a statement on
Gwen Stefani sued by concertgoer claiming injury
A concertgoer has sued Gwen Stefani , seeking more than $75,000 in compensatory damages, plus unspecified punitive damages, for allegedly causing a stampede a Charlotte, N.C., concert last summer that she claims caused her serious injury. In paperwork filed last Friday, Lisa Keri Stricklin alleged
Sean 'Diddy' Combs opens up about his new documentary
The music mogul spoke candidly in an interview with ABC News' Michael Strahan about his new documentary, "Can't Stop Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story."
Foreigner performs 'Feels Like the First Time' live on 'GMA'
"Jukebox heroes." I'm, of course, talking about living legends foreigner celebrating 40 years as one of rock's biggest and most popular bands. Welcome, you guys. The crowd is so excited. Amy robach is fully fist pumping back there. I want to ask you, Mick, let's St go over this. Debuting in 1977,