Their Road Goes On Forever

Waddell, Ray
December 2007
Billboard;12/8/2007, Vol. 119 Issue 49, p17
Trade Publication
The author examines why older rock groups are successful with touring. It is suggested that rock musicians and groups like Bruce Springsteen, Aerosmith, Elton John, the Allman Brothers Band, and Rush, have been supporting the concert industry for years. The author presents five reasons why older rock groups and musicians continue to sell out stadiums and deliver strong performances.


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