December 2002
Billboard;12/28/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 52/1, pYE-54
Trade Publication
Reports the revenues generated by the concert tours of several artists in 2002. Billy Joel and Elton John; Paul McCartney; Neil Diamond.


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