Mitchell Peters

Correspondent

Mitchell Peters has worked in Billboard's Los Angeles office since 2006. He writes for Billboard Magazine, Billboard.biz and Billboard.com, and serves as the West Coast editor for Billboard.biz.

New Panic! At The Disco Album Due In March

New Panic! At The Disco Album Due In March

Members of Las Vegas four-piece Panic! At The Disco are taking a stripped-down approach to their as-yet-untitled sophomore album, due March 25 via Decaydance/Fueled by Ramen, relying less on computer software and more on their abilities as musicians.
Campana Relocates To Live Nation Chicago

Campana Relocates To Live Nation Chicago

Live Nation Midwest regional president Mark Campana will relocate to the company's downtown office in Chicago. Previously, Campana divided his time between Live Nation offices in Detroit and throughout the Midwest.
Ferrell Lines Up U.S. College Comedy Tour

Ferrell Lines Up U.S. College Comedy Tour

In the weeks leading up to the debut of his new comedy film "Semi-Pro," actor/comedian Will Ferrell will perform stand-up through seven U.S. college campuses, beginning Feb. 4 at Kansas State University's Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kan.
Ferrell Goes Back To School For Stand-Up Tour

Ferrell Goes Back To School For Stand-Up Tour

In the weeks leading up to the debut of his new comedy film "SEMI-PRO," Will Ferrell will perform stand-up at seven U.S. college campuses, beginning Feb. 4 at Kansas State University's Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kan.
Garth Brooks Sells Out Five L.A. Shows

Garth Brooks Sells Out Five L.A. Shows

Garth Brooks' previously announced one-off wildfire benefit concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles quickly became five sold-out shows after organizers saw an overwhelming demand for tickets during the Dec. 1 on-sale.
Brooks Sells Out Five L.A. Concerts

Brooks Sells Out Five L.A. Concerts

Garth Brooks' previously announced one-off wildfire benefit concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles quickly became five sold-out shows after organizers saw an overwhelming demand for tickets during the Dec. 1 on sale.
Indie Rockers Feel The 'Frequency' In L.A.

Indie Rockers Feel The 'Frequency' In L.A.

Los Angeles' Walt Disney Concert Hall will host two concerts this January as part of the Los Angeles Philharmonic-presented Concrete Frequency, a series of events that explores the effects of urban environments on music and art.

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