Everyone is talking about Adele’s new album. Since Adele’s previous album sold a jaw dropping amount of copies, (over 30 million copies and counting) we are all waiting with bated breath to see if the album she is still working on, 25, will live up to her previous release.
Unfortunately the wait for the Adele new album may be even longer than we have all anticipated, because reports have come out that the earliest it could possible release is September.
The delay between the two albums is now closing in on 5 years which means the pressure is high and that’s why Adele isn’t willing to rush it, and scrap her plans to release the album in the summer. She really wants it to be perfect, and hopefully her fans are willing to wait it out.
Like her previous albums Adele will be writing her own songs, but she won’t necessarily be performing solo according to the Gigwise article “Everything We Know About the Adele New Album So Far” by Sean Kerwick,
“The LP is going to feature Paul Epworth. Although nothing has been officially confirmed, there are definitive signs from both sides pointing to the collaborators working together again. Back in 2013 when asked about the progress of the new album by Billboard, she said, “I’m definitely going to visit Paul Epworth and stuff like that again.”
One of the best things about Adele’s album coming out is that she will finally be heading out on a world tour again after almost two years of very limited performances. The last time Adele went on tour was in 2011 where she played 67 concerts on her tour.
Was it even a question?!
Of course not! Our Goddess reigns TRIUMPHANT!
The tearful singer once again gave a completely charming, emotional yet HIGHlarious acceptance speech, and even took a moment to acknowledge her running nose from tears!
Girl, you should be nothing but completely proud of yourself for all that you’ve accomplished!
We couldn’t think of a more deserving winner!
From the bottom of our heart, CONGRATULATIONS!
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It hasn’t happened since 1997 with the hit theme song from Titanic, “My Heart Will go On,” but Adele finally made the cut and marked her place in music history. Her album “21” just cleared it’s sixteenth week at No. 1; the longest run on No. 1 since Titanic, which also lasted sixteen weeks at No. 1 in 1998.
The Titanic theme song, “My Heart Will Go On” went to number 1 all over the world, including the U.S., U.K., and Australia. The song released in Australia and Germany in December of 1997 and hit the rest of the world in 1998. The song became a benchmark for success in music history and was the biggest hit of Celine Dion’s career, one of the best-selling singles of all time, and the world’s best-selling single of 1998.
SoundScan began tracking sales data in 1991. Since then only five songs total have ran for sixteen weeks at No. 1, Adele’s being the newest addition. In the past Garth Brooks first made the cut in 1991-1992 with eighteen weeks at No. 1 for his hit song “Ropin the Wind”. Billy Ray Cyrus’ song “Some Gave it All” ran for seventeen weeks in 1992 and Whitney Houston ran for twenty weeks for 1992-1993 for her hit soundtrack Bodyguard.
The Billboard 200 was founded over fifty-five years ago and in that time, only twenty albums total have made it to the sixteen week mark for the No. 1 spot.
Adele’s album has reached other benchmarks for itself as well. For thirty-three weeks the album has sold 100,000 plus sales. The last artist to accomplish this feat was Usher with his 2004-2005 “Confessions”.
Adele is music’s new “It” girl to be sure. Now you can order Adele tickets to catch this glowing voice live on a stage near you.
Adele has announced replacement dates and new dates for her concert tour. You can purchase Adele Concert Tickets now.
Tuesday August 9 – Vancouver, BC – Orpheum Theatre
All tickets will be honored at the door night of show. Original date May 31.
Thursday August 11 – Troutdale, OR – Edgefield *VENUE CHANGE
All tickets for the original date of June 3rd at the Crystal Ballroom show will be honored at the door night of show. Additional tickets will go on sale to the public July 8 at 10:00am PST
Friday August 12 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
All tickets will be honored at the door night of show. Original date June 1.
Sunday August 14 – Berkeley, CA – The Greek Theatre
All tickets will be honored at the door night of show. Original date June 4.
Monday August 15 – Los Angeles, CA – The Greek Theatre
All tickets will be honored at the door night of show. Original date June 6.
Wednesday August 17 – Los Angeles, CA – Palladium
All tickets will be honored at the door night of show. Original date June 9.
Thursday August 18 – San Diego, CA – Open Air Theater *VENUE CHANGE
Saturday August 20 – Las Vegas, CA – The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: Chelsea Ballroom
New date added: Tickets will go on sale to the public July 8 at 10:00am PST
Sunday August 21 – Salt Lake City, UT – Gallivan Center *VENUE CHANGE
All tickets for the Depot show, original date May 29, will be honored at the door night of show. Additional tickets for this show will go on sale to the public July 8 at 10:00am MST
Wednesday August 24, 2011 – Saint Paul, MN – Theatre at Xcel Energy Center *VENUE CHANGE
All tickets for the First Avenue show, original date May 26, will be honored at the door night of show. Additional tickets for this show will go on sale to the public July 11 at 10:00am CST
Friday October 7 – Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata Spa & Resort: Event Center
Saturday October 8 – Durham, NC – Durham Performing Arts Center
Monday October 10 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
All tickets will be honored at the door night of show. Original date June 20.
Tuesday October 11 – Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
All tickets will be honored at the door night of show. Original date June 18.
Thursday October 13 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
Friday October 14 – Miami, FL – Waterfront Theater at American Airlines Arena
Sunday October 16 – Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre *VENUE CHANGE
Tuesday October 18 – Spring, TX – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Wednesday October 19 – Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center *VENUE CHANGE
Friday October 21 – Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie *VENUE CHANGE