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'FOX & Friends' announces the line-up for its summer concert series

FOX & Friends

FOX News' morning chat show "FOX & Friends" today announced the full line-up for the 2013 edition of its signature "All American Summer" concert series. All performances will emanate from the News Corp plaza, located outside the FOX News studios in New York City.

5/24 - Multiple-time Grammy winner Michael Bolton kicks things off tomorrow morning.

5/31 - Popular country group Lonestar performs next Friday.

6/7 - 80's legend Eddie Money (singer of hits like Take Me Home Tonight, and Two Tickets to Paradise) performs in two weeks.

6/14 - Multi-platinum rock group Foreigner, the band behind such classic hits as Hot Blooded, Double Vision, and Cold As Ice, takes the stage on June 14th.

6/21 - Country singer/songwriter Kip Moore comes to town.

6/28 - 70's rockers The Doobie Brothers stop by.

7/5 - Country singer/songwriter Dustin Lynch makes his way to NYC.

7/12 - Blues Traveler hits the concert series with their trademark blend of blues, rock, and pop music.

7/19 - 16-year-old pop star Cody Simpson drops in to celebrate the release of his second album.

8/2 - 90's hitmakers Sugar Ray (Fly, Every Morning, When It's Over) come to jam.

8/9 - Platinum-selling country group The Eli Young Band performs.

8/16 - R&B legends Tower of Power bring some smooth jazz to the proceedings.

8/23 - Husband and wife country duo Thompson Square perform.

8/30 - The series ends with 29-year-old country star Justin Moore.


Details
Show:
- Fox & Friends
Network:
- FOX NEWS channel

Written by: msd85
May 23rd, 2013, 5:04 am

Images courtesy of Fox News

Anonymous

Message Posted On Jun 7th, 2013, 12:43 am
Do you need tickets to attend these concerts? I am visiting the city with 2 friends and would like to see the doobie brothers.
Anonymous

Message Posted On May 27th, 2013, 8:01 pm
Bret Michaels has been confirmed for July 26th according to show's website
saffronsghost

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Message Posted On May 23rd, 2013, 4:06 pm

DOOBIE Brothers and Sugar Ray on Fox News Concerts?  What?  That's hilarious.

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