Additions & Changes: Paul McCartney, Carrie Underwood & More

Paul McCartney books two more U.S. stops on his “One On One” tour. … A few concerts in Houston have been affected by the recent floods, including Carrie Underwood’s show.

It’s pretty easy to see that Paul McCartney is a guy who truly loves performing. His live show seems to have it all, thanks to his charismatic interactions with the audience, state of the art audio and video, stories from his days in the Beatles, and a catalog boasting some of the best songs in the world.  

His tour that began in Fresno, Calif., last week continues with tonight’s show at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. The latest gigs added to the “One On One” routing are Aug. 9 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., and Aug. 17 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.

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Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, S.C.

A presale for Cleveland is ongoing. An American Express card member presale begins April 20 at 10 a.m. Tickets go on sale to the general public April 25 at 10 a.m.  

Presale tickets for D.C. will be available April 20 at 10 a.m. EDT with the password 1ON1WITHPAUL. American Express card members get their chance to buy tickets April 21 at 10 a.m. The general onsale starts April 25 at 10 a.m. All times EST.

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Carrie Underwood’s April 19 concert at Houston’s Toyota Center has been pushed back to next week.

Here’s the statement issued Monday by the venue: “Due to the severe weather and flooding in Houston today, the Carrie Underwood concert scheduled for Tuesday, April 19th at Toyota Center has been moved to Monday, April 25th so that fans can focus on taking care of their families and friends.

“Ticket holders for the Tuesday, April 19th scheduled performance may use their original ticket for entry to the Monday, April 25th rescheduled date at Toyota Center.”

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At LP Field at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tenn.

One-Eyed Doll’s April 19 show at Scout Bar has been canceled. The event was also supposed to feature performances Eyes Set To Kill, Open Your Eyes, and Scars Heal In Time. The venue tweeted the news this afternoon and noted that refunds will be issued at the point of purchase.

ABC News reports that the floods that hit the Houston area Monday morning “left at least six people dead, hundreds displaced and thousands more without power.”  

Houston-area fans are advised to check with their local venue to confirm that events are still taking place.