The press have been jumping out of their socks of late, with rumours abound that Adele is expected to surprise release her third album on the 25th of September 2014.
In what the industry are now referring to as ‘doing a beyonce‘ the media are alight with the hope that Adele’s 25 album will appear on the iTunes store this coming Thursday.
Adele has been working with some big names of late, including Phil Colins and is expected to also be announcing some tour dates.
As we saw when Adele last toured the demand for tickets was huge. It’s expected that she may play a handful of smaller shows first and then move on to the arena circuit. Her previous big shows at classic venues like The Royal Albert Hall have had fans enraptured with her amazing voice and song-writing.
Don’t miss out, check with regular ticket sale sites like Ticketmaster and resale/exchange sites like Viagogo ahead of the rush.
Reports are all over the web saying that Adele has just become a mother, giving birth to a baby boy.
The famously private singer has managed to keep out of the limelight during her pregnancy, following 2011’s mega successful year, with her album 21.
Adele and partner Simon Konecki are “ecstatic at their new arrival” according to one source with the The Daily Mail claiming the birth occurred on Friday (19th Oct).
This really is the icing on the cake for the singer, following a 6 Grammy haul in February, the new James Bond song ‘Skyfall’ and now a bundle of joy, topping off a fantastic 2012.
Adele’s biggest piece of music related news was her delivering the brand new Bond tune following in the footsteps of legends like Shirley Bassey, Tina Turner, Frank Sinatra, Tom Jones, Duran Duran, Aha into cinematic music history.
Adele’s track for Skyfall, the 23rd in the successful James Bond franchise has been hitting the upper reaches of the download charts since it’s release and it’s a classic Bond Theme in the established style. The film opens in UK cinemas on the 27th October and is the 3rd outing for Daniel Craig in this tougher, modern Bond.
On the Live front though, not much to report, according to XL Recordings label boss Richard Russel, we might be waiting a while for her next album. As Adele and partner Simon are expecting their first child, she’s going to be away from the limelight for some time. Good Luck and best wishes to all.
Possibly 2013…..if were lucky, maybe 2014, but please don’t make us wait any longer……
Well reports are now about that Adele was actually booed at her recent Hammersmith show after announcing to fans that next time around it would be the Arena’s she’d be playing.
In all honesty, what do people expect, Adele is a huge talent, and it’s without doubt that more people want to see her in action (tickets for this tour sold out in a flash during the early part of the year). She hinted that the O2 Arena in London may be seeing her in February 2012, so keep an eye out for when they go on sale.
The remaining dates this year are rescheduled shows and a few other choice ones left. As before, tickets for canceled shows will be valid at the upcoming reschedulaed dates, check with venues for details.
Shows are sold out, try 100% guaranteed resale site Viagogo who have a handful of tickets left for these….
Well after a shaky start, Adele’s health has returned and the tour’s been going along pretty well so far. With a handful of dates left including the Albert Hall this week and Glasgow she then embarks on more US Tour dates.
It’s hoped that she’ll find space in the schedule to get those postponed shows in Plymouth and Bournemouth shows back on board. Remember all tickets for those original shows remain valid for the rescheduled dates, so hold on folks.
It’s been a truly fantastic year for Adele, 2011 will be one she won’t forget in a hurry, dominating the album and singles charts both here and on the other side of the pond, she’s sold millions of copies of her 19 and 21 albums.
And it’s a long way from over, Adele is about to make even more memories as she embarks on her biggest UK tour to date, kicking off in September at the fabulous Plymouth Pavillions venue on the 4th. Ms Adkins then takes her first class band all around the isle. Highlights are bound to be the set at the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool on the 8th September and a right royal knees up at The Royal Albert Hall on the 22nd September.
Wherever you get to see her it’s going to be a special show, she’s absolutely at the top of her game.
Well, how was it out there? Pretty special by all accounts, with Adele cementing her recorded reputation with an amazing set of UK tour dates.
The tour kicked off in Leeds with Adele treating the crowd to Hometown Glory from her début before launching into a set of spine tingling moments, great review from the Telegraph of the show here.
From there she conquered at the ABC in Glasgow with a glowing four star review from The Scotsman, again mentioning amongst the highlights Hometown Glory, Chasing Pavements and her great take on Bob Dylan’s Make You Feel My Love.
Manchester next and to The Academy, Citylife make a point of her spot on choice of covers, Dylan again and The Cure’s brilliant Love Song and a killer encore of Someone Like You and Rolling In The Deep.
The HMV Institute in Birmingham witnessed that special Adkins magic, with Birmingham’s Express and Star, The Shropshire Star and The Birmingham Mail all giving her the thumbs up!
Southampton’s Guildhall was the penultimate leg with Bournemouth Daily Echo going with spellbinding and Mintsouth raving about her performance, the band, the choice of tracks, the stage decoration, pretty much everything.
For the final show of the tour it was true Homecoming Glory as Adele put on a special show at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire (O2 Empire Shepherds Bush) for her native fans. The News of the World had a great review, praise her to the high heavens, commenting how she performs the opener from behind the curtain
And that’s it, a 100% certified smash success! All eyes to September for her grand UK tour, including that much anticipated Albert Hall show.
Tomorrow sees Adele perform the first night of her UK tour in Leeds at the O2 Academy. From there it’s up to Glasgow on Friday for a show at the ABC and then Sunday to Manchester. If you’re still on the lookout for tickets for these hotly anticipated shows check the links for Viagogo here—>
It’s been a fantastic year so far for Miss Adkins, with her albums causing a sensation on the other side of The Altlantic and here at home.
She’s getting in on Record Store Day this year, for the 16th of April, with a special limited edition 10″ vinyl single featuring two versions of Rolling In The Deep, one remixed by Jamie XX. Available from independent stores, check the Record Store Day website for info.
Another week rolls by and again it’s a week where Adele breaks a further chart record, this week sees her second album, 21 occupying it’s number one chart spot for the 10th week in a row, a feat not achieved since Dire Straits’ Brothers In Arms album back in the 80’s.
It’s surely going to put a spring in the step of the girl who can do no wrong.
The April tour is about to get under way with Leeds the first point of call on the 14th. As you are aware tickets for her tours this year have been in huge demand, you can try and get 100% Guaranteed Tickets from Viagogo.
There’s no stopping the girl, Adele has reclaimed the number album one spot in the US Billboard chart, knocking Lupe Fiasco’s Lasers off the perch. Still shifting an incredible 98,000 copies in a week her ’21’ album will run and run.
After 8 weeks in the top spot in the UK pundits are staking The Strokes’ return may rumble Adele, we’ll find out pretty soon. If she makes it 9 weeks in a row she’ll be the second act to achieve this in the 21st Century (matching The Beatles with ‘1’ which was a compilation album). Regardless, with her UK April tour getting nearer and Septembers big jaunt ahead there’s still lots to look forward to.