MUSIC AND MOVIE RELEASE DATES
Everything is TENTATIVE as sometimes things change
February 4th: Broken Bells After The Disco, Diamond Youth’s Shake, Stacey Kent’s The Changing Lights, Mary Lambert’s Welcome To The Age Of My Body, Bombay Bicycle Club, Paul Rodgers The Royal Sessions and Tina Turner’s Love Songs.
February 7th: Monuments Men starring George Clooney.
February 11th: Temples Sun Structure, Frankie Ballard’s Sunshine & Whiskey, Neil Finn’s Dizzy Heights, Band of Horses, Thumpers Galore and Plan White T’s American Nights.
February 12th: Robocop starring Joel Kinnaman.
February 14th: A Winter’s Tale starring Colin Farrell, Endless Love starring Alex Pettyfur and Gabriella Wilde, Adult World starring Emma Roberts and About Last Night starring Kevin Hart and several others.
February 18th: Ashanti’s Brave Heart, Angel Olsen’s Burn Your Fire For No Witness, Sean Paul’s Full Frequency, Suzanne Vega’s Tales From The Realm Of The Queen of Pentacles, Cole Swindell’s Cole Swindell and Presidents of the USA’s Kudos To You.
February 21st: 3 Days To Kill starring Kevin Costner.
February 25th: Beck’s Morning Phase, The Fray’s Helios, Nenah Cherry, Morrissey, Heart’s Live, St. Vincent’s St. Vincent and Skaters Manhattan.
February 28th: Non-Stop starring Liam Neeson and Son of God.
March 4th: Fuel’s Puppet Strings, Lea Michele’s Louder and Missing Persons Missing In Action.
March 7th: 300: Rise Of An Empire starring Rodrigo Santoro, The Grand Budapest Hotel starring Bill Murray, The Face of Love starring Ed Harris and Annette Benning and Mr. Peabody and Sherman.
March 11th: Aloe Clacc’s Lift Your Spirit, Elbow’s Take Off And Landing Of Everything, Christina Perri’s Head Or Heart, Eric Carmen, John Waite and 311’s Stereolithic.
March 14th: Veronica Mars starring Kristen Bel, The Enemy starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Need For Speed starring Aaron Paul and The Railway Man starring Colin Firth.
March 18th: Foster The People’s Supermodel, George Micheal’s Symphonica, Kylie Minogue’s Kiss Me Once, The Dandy Warhols Live, Belinda Carlisle’s Collection and The Pretty Reckless Going To Hell.
March 21st: Divergent starring Shailene Woodley and Nymphomaniac starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard, Shia LaBeouf and Uma Thurman .
March 25th: Sebastian Bach’s Give ‘Em Hell, Shakira’s Shakira, Future Islands Singles, The Hold Steady’s Teeth Dreams, Howler’s World of Joy, Margot & The Nuclear So & So’s Sling Shot To Heaven, Johnny Cash’s Out Among The Stars, Joe Jackson and Boy George’s This Is What I Do.
March 28th: Sabotage starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Noah starring Russell Crowe.
March 31st: Band of Skulls Himalayan (My FAVORITE Band!) and Asia’s Gravitas.
April 1st: Robert Cray’s In My Soul, Cyndi Lauper’s She’s So Unusual 30th Anniversary with bonus material, The Used, The Rentals and Manchester Orchestra’s Cope.
April 4th: Captain America: Winter Soldier starring Chris Evans, Dom Hemingway starring Jude Law and Under The Skin starring Scarlett Johansson.
April 8th: Martina McBride’s Everlasting, Frank Ocean and Black Label Society.
April 11th: Draft Day starring Kevin Costner, Joe starring Nicolas Cage and Oculus starring Karen Gillan.
April 15th: Ziggy Marley’s Fly Rasta, Tori Amos, Michael Jackson and The Both’s The Both.
April 16th: Heaven Is For Real starring Greg Kinnear.
April 17th: Transcendence starring Johnny Depp.
April 22nd: Alfie Boe’s Trust, Kelis Food, Modest Mouse, Eels and The Whigs Modern Creation.
April 25th: The Other Woman starring Cameron Diaz, Walk of Shame starring Elizabeth Banks and James Marsden, Locke starring Tom Hardy and Earth To Echo starring Teo Halm.
April 29th: Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots, Sia, Elephant, Strange Talk’s Cast Away and Embrace’s Embrace.
May 1st: Avengers: Age of Ultron starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans etc.
May 2nd/3rd: The Amazing Spiderman 2 starring Andrew Garfield.
May 6th: Mariah Carey’s The Art of Letting Go, Don Henley’s Cass County, Nickelback, Meatloaf and Survivor.
May 9th: Chef starring Robert Downey Jr. and Neighbors starring Seth Rogan and Zac Efron.
May 13th: Fergie, Def Leppard, Outkast, Ice Cube, Nona Gaye’s Love & Sex and Human League.
May 16th: Godzilla starring Bryan Cranston and The Million Dollar Arm starring Jon Hamm.
May 20th: Rihanna, Huey Lewis & The News, Bloc Party, Weezer and The Darkness.
May 23rd: X-Men: Days of Future Past starring Patrick Stewart and company and Blended starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.
May 27th: Sam Smith, Bruce Hornsby, Garth Brooks, Bryan Adams, Yes, Francis & The Lights and Stacey Q.
May 30th: Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie and A Million Ways To Die starring Liam Neeson and Charlize Theron.
June 2nd: Deliver Us From Evil starring Eric Bana.
June 3rd: Faith Hill’s Illusion, Howard Jones, Kevin Gates and Limp Bizkit.
June 6th: Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise and The Fault In Our Stars starring Willem Dafoe and Laura Dern.
June 10th: Samantha Fox, Duran Duran, Lily Allen, Maxwell, Judas Priest and Ratt.
June 13th: How To Train Your Dragon 2 and 22 Jump Street.
June 17th: Phil Collins, Donna Lewis, The Black Keys and Pete Burns.
June 19th: Assassin’s Creed starring Micheal Fasbender and Jersey Boys.
June 24th: John Mellencamp and Coldplay.
June 27th: Transformers: Age of Extinction starring Mark Wahlberg.
July 1st: Brian Wilson, Dolly Parton, The Cult and Colin Hay.
July 4th: Tammy starring Melissa McCarthy.
July 8th: Christina Milian, John Waite, Banks and Morrissey.
July 11th: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes starring Andy Serkis.
July 15th: The Neighbourhood.
July 18th: Jupiter Ascending starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis and Planes: Fire and Rescue.
July 22nd: Mike Posner’s Pages and Smokey Robinson.
July 25th: Hercules starring The Rock and Sex Tape starring Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz.
July 29th: Vanilla Ice and Roger Daltrey.
August 1st: Guardians Of The Galaxy starring Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel and Chris Pratt and 50 Shades of Grey starring Dakota Johnson.
August 5th: 50 Cent’s Five, Hammer, Billy Joel, Jody Watley and The Pretenders.
August 8th: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles starring Megan Fox.
August 12th: Robert Plant and EnVogue.
August 15th: The Expendables 3 starring Sly Stallone and company.
August 19th: Bobby Brown, Aretha Franklin, Midge Ure, Pat Benatar and Susanna Hoffs.
August 22nd: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For starring Bruce Willis and Jessica Alba.
August 26th: Stevie Wonder, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Dayne.
August 29th: The Loft starring Karl Urban and Jane Got A Gun starring Natalie Portman.
September 2nd: AC/DC, Rob Thomas, Ariana Grande, Adam Ant and Lady Gaga.
September 5th: Tokarev starring Nicolas Cage.
September 9th: Madonna, Foo Fighters, Rod Stewart and Tears For Fears.
September 12th: Maggie starring Abigail Breslin & Arnold Schwarzenegger.
September 16th: Adele, Dr. Dre’s Detox, Billy Idol and U2.
September 19th: Focus starring Will Smith and Stretch starring Patrick Wilson.
September 23rd: Prince/3rd Eye Girl, Kid Rock and Guns N’ Roses.
September 26th: The Equalizer starring Denzel Washingon and The Boxtrolls.
September 30th: Van Halen, Maroon 5 and Michael Stipe.
October 3rd: Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck.
October 7th: Bob Seger and Steven Tyler.
October 10th: The Interview starring Seth Rogen and James Franco and The Judge starring Robert Downey Jr.
October 14th: Lana Del Ray, Betty Who and Tom Petty.
October 17th: The Book of Life starring Kate Del Castillo and Channing Tatum and The Best of Me starring Michelle Monaghan.
October 21st: Paula Abdul, ZZ Top and INXS.
October 24th: Business or Pleasure starring Vince Vaughn and Paranormal Activity 5.
October 28th: Slipknot and Eddie Money.
October 31st: —
November 4th: Jewel.
November 7th: Interstellar starring Matthew McConaughey.
November 11th: Seal.
November 14th: Fury starring Brad Pitt, Blackbird starring Cate Blanchett and Dumb & Dumber To (yeah 2 or Two, but this is it…To, very dumb) starringJim Carrey and Jeff Daniels.
November 18th: Mike Peters.
November 21st: McFarland starring Kevin Costner.
November 18th: Taylor Swift.
November 21st: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay starring Jennifer Lawrence and Foxcatcher starring Steve Carell.
November 26th: The animated Home and Happy Smekday!
November 28th: Horrible Bosses 2 and Big Eyes starring Amy Adams.
November 30th: Ages of Madness.
December 2nd: Scott Weiland.
December 5th: —
December 9th: Mark Knopfler.
December 12th: Tomorrowland starring George Clooney and Paddington.
December 14th: Exodus starring Sigourney Weaver.
December 17th: The Hobbit: There and Back Again starring Elijah Wood and company.
December 19th: Annie starring Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis.
December 25th: Into The Woods starring Johnny Depp and Unbroken starring Garrett Hudland.
December 30th: —
Many things in both music and movies have been moved around and some to 2015 and even 2016.