Niall Horan Drops New Single, Announces New World Tour
Niall Horan just announced that his debut solo album “Flicker” will drop October 20th , but that’s not the only good news for Niall fans. The singer also dropped a new song, “Too Much To Ask,” and announced dates for the "Flicker World Tour 2018."
Niall’s new tour kicks off in New Zealand andAustralia, and returns to the States on July 18th in Woodlands, Texas, with country star Maren Morris opening most of the US dates. The tour wraps September 23rd, 2018 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday at 10 am.
Mariah Carey Celebrating The 20th Anniversary Of “Butterfly”
This past weekend marked the 20th anniversary of the release of Mariah Carey’s hit album “Butterfly” and to mark the occasion Mariah will be releasing a collector's edition 12-inch vinyl picture disc on October 20th, featuring the album's iconic original cover photo and a special note from the singer to her fans.
"’Butterfly’ is my favorite album," Mariah says. "It's the most personal work I've ever done and will always be a defining moment in my career and in my life. I'm so happy to celebrate this anniversary with such a special release! Stay tuned for more surprises!"
Mariah revealed the news on Instagram writing about “Butterfly,” “My fans and I know that this is "our album." I'm so happy to celebrate this anniversary with you.”
Madonna May Headline Intimate Shows
Most Madonna fans are used to seeing her play arenas and even stadiums, but we may soon see get to see her in a smaller setting. In an interview with the BBC, Madonna shared that she’s looking to “reinvent” herself, and start playing more intimate shows.
“I've done so many shows - world tours, stadiums, sports arenas, you name it - that I feel like I have to reinvent that now too," she says. "I like doing intimate shows and being able to talk directly to the audience, to play with them and use humor and pathos and truth, and share my life - and also make up stories."
She adds that she’s looking into possibly doing these shows from one set location, with the focus specifically being on her. She notes, "(The show would be) kind of a revolving door of amazing, gifted, unique talent - dancers, musicians, singers, comedians, me, humor.”