Thursday, October 20, 2011

Boxscore Update: Lindsey Buckingham / Stevie Nicks + Mick Fleetwood

Seeds We Sow Tour 
Added Clearwater Florida and Anaheim to the list of shows published, which is far less then what he's performed, but these are the only dates published so far.


In Your Dreams Tour
So far two dates have been published for Stevie's In Your Dreams Tour

Stevie Nicks The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel
Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Oct. 15, 2011
Gross: $198,346 
Attendance / Capacity: 1,880 / 2,261
# of Shows / Sellouts: 1 / 0
Ticket Prices: $195, $160, $99.50, $49.50
Promoter: Concerts West/AEG Live

Stevie Nicks, Michael Grimm City National Grove of Anaheim
Anaheim, Calif.
Date: Oct. 12, 2011
Gross: $137,415 
Attendance / Capacity: 1,483 / 1,483
Shows / Sellouts: 1 / 1
Ticket Prices: $125, $75
Promoter: Nederlander Concerts

Billboard Top 200 Album Chart
The ZZ Top Tribute album featuring Mick Fleetwood and John McVie's contribution (Sharp Dressed Man) reaches the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart this week debuting at No. 121.

"ZZ Top: A Tribute From Friends"
The tribute album, celebrating the songs of rock band ZZ Top, drives in at No. 121 with 4,000 sold. It also bows at No. 7 on the Compilations chart. The set boasts tributes from Steven Tyler, Mick Fleetwood (covering "Sharp Dressed Man"), Nickelback ("Legs"), Daughtry ("Waitin' for the Bus"), Jamey Johnson ("La Grange") and more. ZZ Top has notched 17 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including eight top 40 hits. Their biggest singles include "Legs" (No. 8), "Sleeping Bag" (No. 8), "Gimme All Your Lovin'" (No. 37) and "Rough Boy" (No. 22).

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Whoa! Lindsey's tour dates cannot even sell-out in tiny sheds! With those low grossing ticket sales, it costs more to pay the roadies. Coupled with his 12,000 total so far for his solo cd, this tour and cd are costing money instead of making any money.

Anonymous said...

Guess that is the cost musical genius must cope with.. "_)

Anonymous said...

"We Sow Seeds In Your Dreams'' would be a great double bill and a good joint tour for early 2012. Together, they'd (I think) sell out 5000 seat halls-
or would it be the 'In Your Dreams We Sow Seeds' tour?
All in 'my dreams' anyway. But still, there's be no pesky Mick or John fees. Times is tough. 'Think About It', BuckinghamNicks: You can still promote your recent cds and make Fleetwood Mac wait. Put yourselves and your own feelings first just for once, bwahaha,
I also keep looking at the cd cover of SN's and wish I had photoshop talents or another pic of a white horse, so i could turn the horse around and then logo in: "In Your Horses Ass Dreams'- i love the cd, not a jab. Can one say 'ass' here?
Delete this if needed, kind Webmaster who replied to me, yesterday.

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