Nobody Listens To Country?. . . . . . . . .Wrong!
Kenny Chesney’s ongoing stadium and arena tour, dubbed the Big Revival tour, finds itself atop in the number one slot on the latest Hot Tours tally with $15.8 million in sales reported from six North American performances. Since kicking off in March, the Big Revival tour has reached $53 million in box office sales from 33 performances. More than 663,000 fans have bought tickets in 30 cities during the 22-week march through the U.S. and Canada. The summer tour will end in August at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., the same stadium where Chesney has wrapped his three previous tours. Is this man on fire or what? Let’s hear ya “no shoes nation”!
Sheeran’s Climb To No. 1 Was Worth The Wait Says Guinness Book
Ed Sheeran has just received his Guinness World Records certificate for “the longest climb to No. 1 on the U.K. singles chart.” He posted a picture of the award on Instagram but kept his pride low-key with a caption of: “That ain’t too shit is it.”
It took Sheeran 19 weeks to reach No. 1 with his hit single Thinking Out Loud between July 5, 2014 and November 8, 2014. The previous record holder Celine Dion whose single Think Twice took 13 long weeks to make it to number one on the same chart.
Facebook Wants To Go Swimming
Is Facebook planning on streaming music?
FB central has denied the claim that it is and that it is not eyeing up competing with Apple and Spotify – but that doesn’t mean it’s true. Following reports the site is in discussions with record labels, it now appears FB is instead looking to add music videos to its News Feeds. Technically, in order to make it capable of creating a profit for FB the social media giant will need a licence similar to the one YouTube has with various labels. In fact, during a recent question and answer session FB founder Mark Zuckerberg said he believes video will soon be even more important than photos.
Reports about FB entering into the music industry began earlier month when, as reported by The Verge, multiple sources reported that FB was allegedly “getting into music.” Is that worthy of a like?
KEN “K BO” BIEDZYNSKI