Published July 20, 2012
Most people would beg for an encore at the end of a Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney performance but London police don't quite feel the same. The duo were performing in Hyde Park on July 14th when concert organizers abruptly silenced their microphones after they defied a 10 p.m. curfew.
One member of the E-Street Band took to Twitter (where else?) saying "English cops may be the only individuals left on earth that wouldn't want to hear one more from Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney!"
On the same note of legendary Brits, The Who is going on tour in North America for the first time in four years. They will be performing their iconic 1973 double album Quadrophenia in its entirety, along with other classics. The tour will start on November 1 in Sunrise, Florida and end on February 26 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Other rock legends that are also making news; Bob Dylan marks 50 years in the business with his 35th studio album "Tempest" due out on September 11th.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is saying goodbye to "American Idol" and headed back to the world of rock and roll. In a statement the icon said, “After some long...hard...thoughts…I’ve decided it’s time for me to let go of my mistress ‘American Idol’ before she boils my rabbit.” Aerosmith will be releasing their new album "Music From Another Dimension" on November 6th.
From music that will be chart-toppers to ones that already are, Keith Caulfield the Associate Director of Charts at Billboard sat down with Fox411 to discuss who's who on the Billboard Charts. To no one's surprise Carly Rae Jepsen is still holding on to the number one spot on the Hot 100 with her hit single "Call Me, Maybe." Caulfield adds more news about the chart saying, "Pink jumps all the way in to the top 10 with her new single 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)."
For more Billboard news, an exclusive sit down with reggae legend Jimmy Cliff and news from Nelly Furtado be sure to click play on this week's 411 Playlist!