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There's been a bit of shizz slinging of late regarding Madonna's new album, her world tour and whether we should be calling either a success.
After earning positive reviews and debuting strongly at #1, Mdna, experienced a sharp sales decline in its second week and a majority of her Us tour dates have yet to sell out. Those two facts taken together sent a few music writers down the rabbit hole, with some going so far as to say Live Nation, which signed Madonna to a $120 million 360 deal with in 2007, was concerned over both her album and concert ticket sales given the size and length (10 years) of their commitment to the Queen of Pop.
>> Madonna's Manager Confirms That 'Turn Up The Radio' Will Be Next Mdna Single
- John Mitchell
Fresh of her halftime performance at Super Bowl Xlvi (which was viewed by a record 114 million people) comes details of the Madonna 2012 World Tour. The trek will begin May 29 in Tel Aviv, Israel, and will be her most extensive tour ever in terms of number of dates, according to Arthur Fogel, CEO of Live Nation Global Touring, worldwide producers of the tour. The tour will take Madonna to Australia for the first time in 20 years, as well as many markets she has never played before. This will be Madonna's fifth tour with Fogel and Live Nation,
- Ray Waddell, Billboard
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