Words matter. These are the best Toured Quotes from famous people such as Sia, John 5, Rick Nielsen, Paulina Rubio, Jonathan Frid, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I toured for 13 years, and it was very lonely, and it was hard work.
When I was touring with Ozzy, you know, when I was with Manson, we toured with Ozzy, so many times, we did Ozzfest a thousand times, and, you know, it seems like I’m always playing with Ozzy in one way or another opening up.
We toured with Deep Purple a number of times.
With ‘Timbiriche’, I toured Brazil and a lot of Latin America.
I toured Ontario in the winter of ’48, in a touring company of The Drunkard, in which I played the bartender.
We toured the U.S. and Canada for two years, which was a lot of fun. It was very much a do-it-yourself, punk-rock ethic of booking your own shows, sometimes sleeping on the floor of the club you had played or meeting folks that would take you in, or sleeping on the side of the road or at rest stops in the car.
I toured around for years, but the road was always a drag for me. I never made a dime. In fact, I lost a lot of money – it was horrible.
I have toured with the likes of Laxmikant-Pyarelal and performed in places like U.S., Canada, and Europe.
Well, T Bone’s had a remarkable career as a producer since the time that we first worked together. He was dividing his time between recording and producing when we first met, and touring. We toured together and we were great friends.
I write in English. My first album came out in Italy, and I toured and did gigs.
I think having toured the world and seeing many places, I’ve just been blown away by how we’ve really scarred our home. I’m as guilty as the next person if not more so. I travel a lot. The damage we do to our planet is huge.
Starting in the mid-’80s, I played in a band called Meat Joy, and we made our own record, toured.
Yeah, back in 2003, I went to ‘Australian Idol’ the first day as a boy, and I got knocked out. So I went back the next day in drag and made it into the Top 12 and got a record deal and toured around Australia.
Before the Internet became so powerful, I toured extensively. With the rise of the Internet, touring apparently has become less important.
In the year after we signed with I.R.S. we made a record, started our own tour, toured with the Police, and our record went to No. 1. It was insane.
I toured all over the world, I have die-hard fans, and I had my dreams come true.
I have toured New Zealand before and know they love the game, and they are so caring and loving, so I don’t expect anything untoward from them.
If we waited for a hit record to tour, we would never have toured.
After ‘Long Live the Kane,’ I toured the world as an entertainer seeing so much more. My mindstate was so much broader.
I toured in Europe first, before I did any touring in the U.S. It was with Jimmy Nail and others.
For 10 years, I had a band called Steel Train. We made three albums. We toured like crazy.
I went on tour with Beyonce when I was in Rich Girl and that was… something I will tell my kids for years and years and years to come. That’s like saying, ‘I toured with Michael Jackson.’ That will be something I will forever cherish.
I went in reverse with this whole thing. People I’ve toured with were kids who consumed as much hip-hop as they could. I didn’t do that until I started rapping.
I actually did my first tour at the age of 10 with my dad, and it was as a country singer. We toured through Alaska, and he took me to sing at places like county fairs, hoedowns, backyard barbecues, you name it. We were usually passing around the hat for gas money to get to the next gig.
We toured with Iron Maiden and we opened and they’d come in later and I didn’t have a lot of time to get to hang out with those guys. Whenever you did, whether it was sitting down at catering or something, you tried to take advantage and just hang out and talk and trade stories.
I did this play, ‘Expedition 6,’ that I worked on for three years in between other things. It was a good, interesting time for me because I trained as a theater director, and I went back, and we toured it around.
Being in Pentatonix, we basically toured year round, so it was tough to just get a break.
I’ve done a great job at being universal in my stand-up, which is why, for ‘Let Me Explain,’ I toured all over the world. These movies I have coming out – ‘Ride Along,’ ‘Grudge Match,’ ‘About Last Night,’ ‘Think Like a Man Too’ – are putting me in a position to become universal on an even bigger scale.
I was a Ukrainian folk dancer in my teens, and I toured the country in 1991, shortly before the break-up of the Soviet Union.
Having toured a lot really influences some of the decisions you make in the studio – is this part anthemic enough for people to want to sing to it at a show? is this part dynamic enough? Is this drum beat ‘arena’ enough? You think about it a lot when you are creating, for sure.
For ‘The Journal of Finn Reardon,’ I traveled to New York City and walked the streets where Finn and his friends would have lived, worked, and played. I visited the Tenement Museum on Orchard Street and toured an actual flat in which families like Finn’s might have lived.
Juice was my bro. He believed in me early and was always genuine. We toured the world together. Some of my favorite memories was just traveling to different cities. Big bro a legend and I’m forever grateful for him giving me the opportunity to tour with him.
There isn’t a country I ain’t touch in Africa. I just came back from South of France, I toured China, Japan, wherever you name, 60,000 people come out to see Fat Joe.
I was in ‘Grease’ on Broadway, toured with ‘Wicked,’ was off Broadway a couple of times and have been a part of numerous readings and workshops.
There comes a time when you’ve toured a ton, and a time to be inspired again. Listen to awesome jazz records that are mellow with no words, and just sit there and read a book, or space out on your couch. And eventually, all that inspiration comes.
I enjoyed the two years I was with Clannad. I enjoyed touring. We toured a lot in Europe.
My most successful album happened back in the mid-’90s, pre-Internet times, with ‘Songs For A Blue Guitar.’ We were supported by Island Records; we toured a lot. Songs were licensed to TV commercials and movies.
I left Iran back in 1985. I lived in Turkey for a while, then I went to Germany. I joined a theater company there, and we toured the country.
It’s hard to imagine the whole punk movement without The Velvet Underground. I toured with them when they did their reunion tour, and no one sounds like that; they are a very unique-sounding band.
After Bad English, I made three albums back-to-back that I still think is my best work, but it wasn’t meant to be toured.
I’ve toured the world with David Foster and all kinds of different people. It’s been a great ride, and I don’t think it’s about to stop any time soon.
I have toured my constituency maximum number of times as a member of the Lok Sabha among the MPs from Madhya Pradesh.
I’ve always toured solo acoustic.
We’ve had real strong aboriginal male artists who’ve crossed over to the mainstream who have toured the U.K., who have been a massive influence on myself and many, many communities around Australia.
I listen to Billy Joel. He is fabulous. I saw him with Elton John when they toured together, it was so great.
You don’t accidentally turn into a big band. Not even Nirvana accidentally turned into a big band. They toured – they wanted to become a big band. They didn’t necessarily want to become that big of a band, but they still wanted to make a really good record and wanted to come out and tour.
The first time I toured with the ‘Large Band’ in 1988, I got so tired. If I just stood still anywhere, I could go to sleep. I was that tired. But I had to perform. And I did, and after that tour, I was much less fretful about going out onstage.
I toured a lot in the U.K. and Europe solo for a lack of funds, really. I left people I’d been playing with for years at home, just because I couldn’t afford it.
I had toured around England endlessly throughout my teens, but when I came to the U.S. to perform on Broadway, that was a huge step.
I mean, the first two tours that we toured around the world, we were hitting every single bar there was, as you do when you’re young and you’ve got to find out all these things. But it got boring really quick.
I had toured so much in the 1960s and 1970s that I wanted a break. I didn’t go back touring until 1995.
When I first toured with Wings things that were said about me were true – I did sing out of tune.
The Sadies have toured with the Hip probably more than any other band. I got to know them pretty well and loved their sets.
Sure I’ve done some runs and even toured some amazing places around the world, but this is Stone Temple Pilots!
I didn’t know how many independent bookstores had amazing wine lists until I toured with ‘Another Brooklyn.’
There’s no shame in being a support act for anyone. It’s been extremely beneficial for us to be allowed onstage for any of the artists we’ve toured with, and we’ve gotten some big exposure from them sharing their crowds with us in the past.
Then we did what we called basically I suppose a club tour in England, which was the time I think that our second album came out, we club toured around the whole country where the venues were hold to five hundreds upwards to that sort of thing you know.
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