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Biggest Concert Tours of 2013 Thus Far!

Biggest Concert Tours of 2013 Thus Far!

Groundhog's day has come and pass and for that matter so have the Grammy's. Now it's time to look forth to 2013 and see what's happening musically so far! Lady Gaga, while announcing hip complications, has a planned tour that is set to last through March 20th. So far, this pop icon made upwards of $161 million in 2012 on the European portion of her tour alone. When we look at the biggest tours of 2013, we can't deny Lady Gaga is as big as they come.

The Who are one of the greatest bands of the 1970's and fans can't get enough of Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey. The Who original lineup included Keith Moon who died tragically young at age thirty-two in 1978, John Entwistle who died at age fifty-seven in 2002, as well as existing original members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltry. The Who have had twenty-seven forty singles, seventeen top ten albums, eighteen Gold albums, twelve Platinum albums, and five Multi-Platinum albums just in the U.S. The Who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. They are considered in the ranks of the Beatles and Rollingstones as far as the greatest British Rock of all time. The Who have also been granted a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Phonographic Industry, they are in the UK Music Hall of Fame as of 2005, they are in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll list, they won five Tony Awards and three Drama Desk Awards in 1993 for the Broadway show Tommy, The Who's Tommy. It also won three Laurence Olivier Awards. Their short run is ending February but for Who fans worldwide, they could not be more appreciative.

Eric Clapton also has big plans for 2013 with his March through April month long tour getting ready to launch. His last tour landed the blues king a profit of $85 million. Now you can see this incredible star put on his best with fellow Blues moguls Buddy Guy, BB King and the Allman Brothers Band. John Mayer will also be gracing the stages of Eric Clapton's upcoming tour after taking a long break from showbiz. Gary Clark Jr. will also be present for this smash hit concert series. Don't miss the hottest acts of 2013 coming to a stage near you.

Justin Bieber who will be preforming at the Staples Center in June and One Direction who have scheduled dates in Los Angeles are strong contenders for biggest tours of 2013.

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