Three Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are joining forces for an all-star tour this summer.

Live Nation announced Thursday that Heart, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Cheap Trick are part of the "Three For All Tour."

It kicks off July 14 in Clarkston, Mich. Tickets for the general public go on sale Jan. 22. The Twin Cities didn't make it among the list of 30-plus shows. The closest city is Chicago, where the group will play on July 19. Other cities include Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Dallas and Nashville. The tour wraps up Sept. 23 in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Heart and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts made it into the Rock Hall in 2013 and 2015. Cheap Trick will be inducted on April 8 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Other 2016 inductees include N.W.A., Chicago, Deep Purple and Steve Miller.

Private funeral being planned for Bowie

David Bowie's family said they are planning a private funeral for the late icon. His family posted a note titled "Thank you" on Bowie's websites as well as his social media pages on Thursday. "The family of David Bowie is currently making arrangements for a private ceremony celebrating the memory of their beloved husband, father and friend. They ask once again that their privacy be respected at this most sensitive of times," the Facebook posting said. Bowie died Sunday at age 69 after battling cancer for 18 months. The family said, "We are overwhelmed by and grateful for the love and support shown throughout the world." Bowie released a new album called "Blackstar" last week. It topped the U.S. iTunes' albums chart.

Arrested: Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter has been arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge in Florida after a fight outside a bar. According to a Key West police report, Carter, 35, was intoxicated when officers arrived Wednesday evening at the Hog's Breath Saloon. The report says a bartender refused to serve Carter and Michael Rae Papayans, 27, of Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., who became agitated and aggressive.

'Empire' suit: A Philadelphia man is suing in federal court saying the hit show "Empire" infringes on a show he created and copyrighted a decade ago. Clayton Tanksley, an actor who once played a character on "The Cosby Show," said Lee Daniels stole the idea from him during a 2008 film event. The suit by Tanksley, who performs under the name Clayton Prince, named Daniels, co-creator Danny Strong, 21st Century Fox, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office and the film office's director, Sharon Pinkenson.

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