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For those that watch American Idol and don’t know Steven Tyler personally, you’ve probably got a whole new outlook on the rock legend by now.  When most people think of Steven Tyler, they see the frontman for Aerosmith and probably think of him somewhere between Ozzy Osbourne and Bret Michaels.

Well, truth is, he is very smart.  He is also exceedingly funny and surprisingly kind-hearted.  He is also not as self-indulgent and narrow minded as most people would have expected.  Surprisingly, I think people can relate to him more than Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell or the other chick that was the 4th judge for 1 year (haha).

Steven Tyler as an American Idol judge??? Yeah, I thought the same thing… yeah, right, for how long?

To this point, Tyler has been one of the most spot on, truthful, inspiring and helpful judges that has been honest and kind at the same time.  Before now, America hasn’t really had the opportunity to see this side of Steven Tyler and I know it has been a learning experience for me too.  I think that Steven Tyler is making a push to replace Adam Sandler as New Hampshire’s most prized possession.

Kudos Steven, keep up the good work!

Fans of New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys can purchase tickets for the June 2011 concert(s) at Fenway Park in Boston online at Fenway Ticket King.

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In June 2011, the Backstreet Boys will team up with New Kids on the Block to perform 2 shows live at Fenway.  This will be the first concert at Fenway Park in 2011 and since the August 2010 Aerosmith concert.

The NKOTBSB tour sold out many shows across North America so far and more tour dates are being added to the lineup.  No word on set lists and opening acts, but it is expected that the 2 groups will perform together and individually.

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NKOTBSB Fenway Park TicketsPerhaps one of the biggest tours of 2011 will be the united Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block!  New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys (shortened to NKOTBSB) have already set dates across North America including a concert in Boston at the TD Bank Garden.

Apparently that’s not enough Boston for these boys.  It is being rumored that the Boston Red Sox have applied for 2 shows in June at Fenway Park while the Sox will be in Toronto to play the Blue Jays.

The dates applied for are Saturday, June 11th, 2011 and Sunday, June 12th, 2011… 2 Shows at Fenway Park in Boston just 1 week after a TD Garden concert?  We’re talking around 90,000 fans in 1 week (TD Garden: 20,000 + Fenway Park: 35,000 + Fenway Park: 35,000).

The concert has not yet been confirmed, but is probable.  The groups will have to reschedule a few dates to make this happen but they seem to be very excited about this opportunity.

Last year’s success of the Aerosmith concert at Fenway Park leads us to believe that there will be more concerts at Fenway in the months to come.

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New Kids, Backstreet make play for Fenway show

Reunited boy bands New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys hope to show off their choreographed dance moves and smooth harmonies at a Fenway Park concert this summer, the Herald has learned.

The Boston Red Sox applied for show permits for Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12, when the team is out of town for a series in Toronto. But the bands would have to rearrange their schedules to play the storied ballpark.

The groups have already booked and sold tickets to perform at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y., on the 11th of June and the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., on the 12th. A source close to the situation said the groups would reschedule one of those shows to make the Fenway date a reality.

“The New Kids really want to play Fenway,” said a second source familiar with the plan. “They grew up here going to shows at the Boston Garden and ballgames at Fenway. This is their heritage. They’re coming home. They are willing to reroute a bit to play Fenway.”

The Fenway show would come just days after the bands’ June 4 show at Boston’s TD Garden, which quickly sold out when tickets for the “NKOTBSB” tour went on sale Dec. 11.

The Sox’ permit application does not list what band will perform. A Red Sox spokeswoman referred calls to concert promoter Live Nation, which did not return a call seeking comment yesterday. Kristen Foster, a spokeswoman for the bands, declined to comment.

Ever since John Henry and company bought the Red Sox in 2002, they’ve been seeking ways to squeeze more revenue out of the 98-year-old park through non-baseball events.

The New Kids, founded in the 1980s by producer Maurice Starr, broke up in 1994 but have been “Hangin’ Tough” since reuniting three years ago. The pop group’s members – brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight, Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Wood – hit their hometown of Boston during a 2008 tour.

The Backstreet Boys – A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, Nick Carter – formed in Orlando, Fla., in 1993 and have sold more than 130 million records.

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What was the best concert you saw in 2010? We’re not talking about the number of tickets sold, sell-out shows or even the biggest name you saw during the past 12 months. We’re talking about old-fashioned consumer satisfaction.

So tell us about your night of nights, that magical evening where everything came together to provide the most excellent live music experience of 2010. Oh, and don’t forget the basics, like who, where and when.

And while you’re at it, please take a moment to grade Concert Year 2010.

Memorable 2010 Concerts:

Taylor Swift Gillette Stadium (6/6/2010)
Bon Jovi Soldier Field (7/31/2010)
Aerosmith at Fenway Park in Boston (8/14/2010)
Eminem & Jay-Z (in Detroit)
Jay-Z & Eminem (in New York – Yankee Stadium)
The Scorpions farewell show in San Antonio
The Black Crowes
Justin Bieber
Dave Matthews Band
Jimmy Buffett
George Strait
Black Eyed Peas
Robert Plant
Kenny Chesney
Keith Urban
Garth Brooks
Miley Cyrus
Paul McCartney
Jonas Brothers
Celine Dion
Elton John
Tom Petty
Vans Warped Tour

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As a fan, your best bet is to buy your tickets from a source such as Front Row King.

StubHub has millions of dollars worth of advertising to get you to visit their site.  Where does that money come from?  Over-priced tickets.

Craigslist has lots of fans trying to sell tickets but lots of them are scalpers and you don’t want to get scammed or ripped off from someone you don’t know.

Back Page is similar to Craigslist.  There is no guarantee.

eBay can be a good choice but can be complicated and confusing and you don;t know if you are getting a good deal or not.

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Rolling Stones TourRumors are spreading of a possible 2011 or 2012 Rolling Stones tour.  It is not confirmed yet obviously but speculation is that it will be a North American tour that turns into a World tour.  This could be the final Rolling Stones tour as the rock and roll legends are now entering their seventies.

If the Rolling Stones are doing a stadium tour, the tour will most likely be a summer tour (because most stadiums are outdoors stadiums).  Major stadiums have been scheduling lots of concerts recently and it is becoming more and more popular.  Just this year, Aerosmith confirmed a concert at Fenway Park (Stadium of the Boston Red Sox), Jay-Z and Eminem confirmed concerts at Yankee Stadium (Stadium of the New York Yankees) and Comerica Park (Stadium of the Detroit Tigers), Taylor Swift performed at Gillette Stadium (Stadium of the New England Patriots) and artists such as Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney and U2 performed at multiple stadiums in the USA.

The Rolling Stones have had a handful of tour dates since their last official tour which was a world tour in 2007.  An anonymous tipster told London’s Sun that The Rolling Stones are planning to bow out in style next year and are talking to Live Nation about a potential stadium tour.

Drummer Charlie Watts, the oldest Stone, will turn 70 during the tour and bandmates Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Mick Jagger (all in their mid-60s) agreed the milestone would make for a good departure from live touring. “The band realize that age is creeping up on them,” the source said.  “They want to bow out on top of their game, and not short-change their fans.”

However, when Entertainment Weekly did its fact-checking, the magazine got a different answer from the Stones… representative:  It is “not true” that the Rolling Stones are retiring.

Last September, Australia’s Undercover magazine reported Watts had quit the band, according to an anonymous source.  Watts was allegedly persuaded by Keith Richards to do the Bigger Bang tour, but that was the end of his commitment to the band.  Reps for the Stones quickly rejected the report.

The Rolling Stones have long been associated with promoter Michael Cohl, Live Nation’s chairman until 2008.  Cohl is producing the
Broadway musical “Spider-Man, Turn Off The Dark”, scored by U2’s Bono and The Edge.

When the official tour is announced, you can order your Rolling Stones Tickets online at Front Row King.

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