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post Fri 11 Jun 2010, 09:44
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Carole King and James Taylor announce live album and DVD, and their concert will be taking place on June 15 at the Madison Square. They had set the date at the Q for reunion tour which is taking place on July 7th. This Week’s main event is the music by Carole King, Sendak turned short stories in to an animated film and then children’s play, the production is based on the “The Sign on Rosie’s. James Taylor and Carole King will take their Troubadour Reunion tour to Quicken Loans Arena which will be held on 7th July. They have added sixteen new dates to their Troubadour Reunion tour including the performance on June 28th at the location of Mohegan Sun Arena. They will be sharing the concert stage for the first time since 1969.

James Taylor and Carole King will be performed in the Sun Valley Center for the Arts Ketchum which will hold a benefit concert. The Carole King will also present at this year’s big event with many other stars like Robin Gibb, Jackson Brown. James Taylor and Carole King will perform at Tanglewood on July 4. Clark Eno Orchestra will feature the event and more then 100 auction items including James Taylor, Carole King. Baby Boomers will be happy to know Carole King and James Taylor have added another leg to their successful Troubadour Reunion Tour. Carole King with James Taylor will perform at the Pepsi Center on Wednesday July 14. The rocking star Carole King will perform on Mellon Arena Pittsburgh on July 14. The fans are excited to watch their rocking star live show.

Two soft-rock legends make beautiful music together in "Carole King/James Taylor: Live at the Troubadour" , and while Taylor is his consistent fine self, it's King who really shines, whether she's pounding the piano on "I Feel the Earth Move" or making goo-goo eyes at the man who made her song "You've Got a Friend" into a hit. James Taylor & Carole King, currently touring in North America with their Troubadour Reunion World Tour, rank No. 2 on the tally based on totals from shows in Kansas City and Nashville. The rocking Taylor and King, both members of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, will be on the road until late-July with dates booked throughout the U.S. and Canada. Touring in support of her most recent album "Play On", country star Carrie Underwood ranks third on Hot Tours with box office totals reported from four venues in western U.S. markets.

Micky Dolenz, the Monkees' self-described "wacky drummer," will release "King for a Day" on August 24, featuring his versions of 15 songs written or co-written by the recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, whose contributions to the Monkees legacy includes the hit "Pleasant Valley Sunday. Best of the best: Diana Ross, James Taylor and Carol King More sweet memories from a sweet time in the annals of pop music. James Taylor and Carole King's Troubadour Reunion Tour marks the 40th anniversary of their first performance together at West Hollywood's celebrated Troubadour nightspot. JT is 62 now and King is 68, and this reunion is being billed as a once-in-a-lifetime event.

Look for both artists to shower the people at the Palace with lots of love via hits like "Jazzman," "Fire and Rain" and "You've Got a Friend” by getting cheap Carole King tickets online.

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