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.

'Dancing With The Stars' Gears Up For Tour

'Dancing With The Stars' Gears Up For Tour

As the current season of "Dancing with the Stars" heats up, the cast of the ABC television show will gear up for a 37-date tour beginning Dec. 18 at the Key Arena in Seattle, and wrapping Feb. 10 at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia.
Dion Plots Post-Vegas Tour Schedule

Dion Plots Post-Vegas Tour Schedule

With Celine Dion's long-term residency at Las Vegas' Colosseum at Caesars Palace coming to an end Dec. 15, the Canadian singer has unveiled a 45-date North American arena tour in support of her first English-language album in three years, "Taking Chances." The set is due Nov. 13 via Columbia.
Revised Chart Policy Lands Eagles At No. 1

Revised Chart Policy Lands Eagles At No. 1

The Eagles' first new studio album in 28 years, "Long Road Out of Eden," takes a short route to No. 1 on The Billboard 200 after Billboard revised a significant chart policy today (Nov. 7).
O'Donnell Begins North American Trek

O'Donnell Begins North American Trek

Irish vocalist Daniel O'Donnell will embark on his largest North American tour to date, visiting approximately 3,000- to 5,000-capacity venues, beginning with four concerts at Ontario's Niagara Falls Memorial Arena from Dec. 3-7.
Live Nation Unveils 3-D Seat Maps

Live Nation Unveils 3-D Seat Maps

Livenation.com has launched a new feature that offers fans a virtual view of the stage from seats at the majority of its amphitheaters across the country.
Revised Chart Policy Lands Eagles At No. 1

Revised Chart Policy Lands Eagles At No. 1

The Eagles' first new studio album in 28 years, the Wal-Mart exclusive "Long Road Out of Eden," takes a short route to No. 1 on The Billboard 200 after Billboard revised a significant chart policy today. Britney Spears' "Blackout," which would have been No. 1 had the Eagles' data not been reported, will open at No. 2 with first-week sales of 290,000 copies.

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