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Rick Springfield Announces ‘I Want My ’80s’ Summer Tour

Rick Springfield has announced a new summer tour.

The I Want My '80s trek will begin on Aug. 4 in Youngstown, Ohio, and run through Sept. 16 in Fresno, California. Along the way, Springfield will be joined on select dates by guests the Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone, John Waite and the Tubes .

"What more could you ask for!" Springfield said in a press release. "Besides, you know, world peace, freedom from hunger and healing the earth of course. Admittedly they are the bigger stars but come along anyway. We will rock you and maybe save the world as a byproduct. Onward and upward!"

Tickets for the tour will be available starting May 5. You can see a complete list of show dates below.

Rick Springfield, 'I Want My '80s' Tour Dates 2023 Aug. 4 - Youngstown, OH @ The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre* Aug. 5 - Indianapolis, IN @ TCU Amp at White River Park* Aug. 6 - Sterling Heights, MI @ Amp at Freedom Hill* Aug. 9 - Niagara Falls, ONT @ Fallsview Casino* Aug. 11 - Grantville, PA @ Hollywood Casino Outdoors* Aug. 12 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Hard Rock Live at Estess Arena* Aug. 13 - Lynn, MA @ Memorial Auditorium* Aug. 19 - Lake Charles, LA @ L'Auberge Casino* Aug. 20 - Ft. Worth, TX @ Dickie's Arena* Aug. 22 - Lubbock, TX @ Cook's Garage Stage* Aug. 23 - Oklahoma City, OK @ Zoo Ampitheatre* Aug. 25 - New Haven, KY @ Log Still Distillery Amph** Aug. 26 - Bay City, MI @ Wenonah Park Shell** Aug. 27 - Decatur, IL @ Devon Lakeshore Amphitheatre** Aug. 29 - Maryland Heights, MO @ St. Louis Music Park* Aug. 30 - Omaha, NE @ The Astro* Aug. 31 - Aurora, IL @ RiverEdge Park Pavilion* Sept. 6 - Redmond, WA @ Marymoor Park*** Sept. 7 - Bend, OR @ Hayden Homes Amp*** Sept. 8 - Airway Heights, WA @ No. Quest Casino*** Sept. 10 - Redding, CA @ Civic Auditorium+ Sept. 12 - Saratoga, CA @ Mountain Winery Amp*** Sept. 13 - Los Angeles, CA @ YouTube Theatre*** Sept. 14 - Bakersfield, CA @ Mechanics Bank Theater and Convention Center*** Sept. 16 - Murphys, CA @ Ironstone Amp++ Sept. 16 - Fresno, CA @ Warnors Theatre***

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*Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone **Rick Springfield, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone ***Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone +Rick Springfield, The Hooters, The Tubes, Tommy Tutone ++Rick Springfield, The Hooters, John Waite, Tommy Tutone

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Rick Springfield is heading out on tour this summer for the ‘I Want My ’80s Tour’ with special guests including The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone, and more! Tickets for all dates on this tour go on sale Friday, May at 10 am local venue time. Ticket holders can also check out available Rick Springfield VIP meet-n-greet options here . This tour is sponsored by SiriusXM 80’s on 8 and Beach Bar Rum!

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Friday, August 4 – Youngstown, OH – The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/05005E9BA30E3EE4

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Saturday, August 5 – Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/05005E95D1DC5481

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Sunday, August 6 – Sterling Heights, MI – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/08005E9AB6012A0C

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Wednesday, August 9 – Niagara Falls, ON – Fallsview Casino Resort https://www.ticketmaster.ca/event/10005E942C174FDB

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Friday, August 11 – Grantville, PA – Hollywood Casino Outdoor Concert Series https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/02005E75D7593F40

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Saturday, August 12 – Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/02005E9B9FD73894

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Sunday, August 13 – Lynn, MA – Lynn Memorial Auditorium https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/01005E94D4C15670

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Saturday, August 19 – Lake Charles, LA – L’Auberge Casino Resort Lake Charles https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/1B005E9CC1DD740D

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Sunday, August 20 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0C005E9B904A1D1A

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Tuesday, August 22 – Lubbock, TX – Cook’s Garage https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rick-springfield-tickets-622093126287

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Wednesday, August 23 – Oklahoma City, OK – Zoo Amphitheatre https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/3309932/rick-springfield-oklahoma-city-the-zoo-amphitheatre?cobrand=zooamp

Rick Springfield, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Friday, August 25 – New Haven, KY – Log Still Distillery Amphitheater https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/16005E95A31330BC

Rick Springfield, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Saturday, August 26 – Bay City, MI – Wenonah Park – World Friendship Shell https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/3808168/rick-springfieldpaul-young-and-tommy-tutone-live-in-wenonah-park-bay-city-state-theatre-of-bay-citymi

Rick Springfield, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Sunday, August 27 – Decatur, IL – The Devon Lakeshore Amphitheater https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/3518193/rick-springfields-i-want-my-80s-music-tour-with-special-guests-paul-young-tommy-tutone-decatur-the-devon-lakeshore-amphitheater

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Tuesday, August 29 – Maryland Heights, MO – Saint Louis Music Park https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/06005E98EA346185

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Wednesday, August 30 – Ralston, NE – Ralston Arena https://libertyfirstcreditunionarena.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventList?groupCode=0830&linkID=global-ralston&shopperContext=&caller=&appCode=

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone Thursday, August 31 – Aurora, IL – RiverEdge Park – John C. Dunham Pavilion https://paramountaurora.com/series/riveredge/

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone Wednesday, September 6 – Redmond, WA – Marymoor Park https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0F005E91D953972E

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone Thursday, September 7 – Bend, OR – Hayden Homes Amphitheater https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0F005E92BF6A2F93

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone Friday, September 8 – Airway Heights, WA – Northern Quest Resort & Casino https://northernquest.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventList?groupCode=090823&linkID=twnqc

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, The Tubes, Tommy Tutone Sunday, September 10 – Redding, CA – Redding Civic Auditorium https://event.etix.com/ticket/v/11044/redding-civic-auditorium

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone Tuesday, September 12 – Saratoga, CA – The Mountain Winery https://www.axs.com/events/479555/rick-springfield-tickets?skin=mountainwinery

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone Wednesday, September 13 – Inglewood, CA – YouTube Theater https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0A005E94A1CD272D

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone Thursday, September 14 – Bakersfield, CA – Mechanics Bank Theater and Convention Center https://www.axs.com/venues/125513/mechanics-bank-arena-bakersfield-tickets?skin=mechanics

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, John Waite, Tommy Tutone Saturday, September 16 – Murphys, CA – Ironstone Amphitheatre https://www.ticketmaster.com/rick-springfield-murphys-california-09-16-2023/event/1C005E99AC272CB8

Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone Sunday, September 17 – Fresno, CA – Warnors Theatre https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/2818315/i-want-my-80s-tour-rick-springfield-fresno-warnors-theatre

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(DETROIT – May 1, 2023) – Grammy® award-winning musician, actor and New York Times best-selling author Rick Springfield will hit the road this summer on his “I Want My 80’s Tour” with special guests The Hooters, Paul Young and Tommy Tutone. 104.3 WOMC presents the tour date at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre on Sunday, August 6 at 7:30 p.m. and will feature such enduring hits as “Jessie’s Girl,” “Don’t Talk To Strangers,” “And We Danced,” “Everytime You Go Away,” “Jenny/867-5309,” and many more of the most iconic songs of the 80’s. This special tour is sure to delight music fans of what is regularly described as the greatest decade in pop/rock music.

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 5 at 10 a.m. To purchase tickets in the Crest Ford pavilion, Ford Motor Company luxury seats and on the lawn, visit 313Presents.com , LiveNation.com and Ticketmaster.com .

The tour will visit 26 American cities and begins August 4 in Youngstown, Ohio, and include stops in Atlantic City, Ft. Worth, Omaha, Los Angeles, Fresno and many more. Selected dates will also feature John Waite and The Tubes. The tour is being presented by SiriusXM’s 80s on 8 and sponsored by Beach Bar Rum.

Says Springfield about the tour, “The Hooters, me, Paul Young, me, Tommy Tutone, me, John Waite, me, The Tubes and me. On tour this summer. What more could you ask for! Besides, you know, world peace, freedom from hunger and healing the earth of course. Admittedly they are the bigger stars; but, come along anyway. We will ROCK you and maybe save the world as a byproduct. ONWARD & UPWARD!!!!”

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Over the past four decades, Rick Springfield has worn many hats as an entertainer and performer. The creator of some of the finest power-pop of the ’80s, he’s a Grammy® Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician who has sold 25 million albums and scored 17 U.S. Top 40 hits, including “Jessie’s Girl,” “Don’t Talk to Strangers,” “An Affair of the Heart,” “I've Done Everything for You,” “Love Somebody,” and “Human Touch.” He’s an accomplished actor who starred opposite Meryl Streep in the feature film Ricki and the Flash and gave a chameleonic performance as the creepy Dr. Irving Pitlor in HBO’s prestige drama True Detective. He’s also a talented author – both his candid 2010 memoir Late, Late at Night (which Rolling Stone named one of the 25 greatest rock memoirs of all time) and his 2014 comedic novel Magnificent Vibration earned rave reviews and spots on the New York Times Best Seller list. He is also the host of the popular weekly radio show Working Class DJ broadcast on Sirius/XM’s “80’s On 8” channel. In 2022, Rick released a special CD/DVD package of 40th Anniversary edition of his iconic “Working Class Dog” album recorded and filmed in his home in California during the pandemic lock-down of 2021.

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From his chart-topping hits like “Everytime You Go Away” and “Come Back and Stay,” to his soulful covers of classic tracks, Paul Young’s music is a timeless reminder of a golden era in pop music. His smooth vocals and captivating stage presence will transport you back in time to an era of big hair, bright colors, and unforgettable tunes.

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Rick Springfield is heading out on tour this summer for the I Want My ’80s Tour presented by 80’s on 8 with special guests including The Hooters , Paul Young , Tommy Tutone , and more! Tickets for every stop are on sale now   (see dates and ticket info below).

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I Want My ’80s Tour is being presented by SiriusXM’s ’80s on 8 channel and sponsored by Beach Bar Rum. For more information about the tour, visit rickspringfield.com .

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Aug. 4 – Youngstown, OH @ The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre* Aug. 5 – Indianapolis, IN @ TCU Amp at White River Park* Aug. 6 – Sterling Heights, MI @ Amp at Freedom Hill* Aug. 9 – Niagara Falls, ONT @ Fallsview Casino* Aug. 11 – Grantville, PA @ Hollywood Casino Outdoors* Aug. 12 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Hard Rock Live at Estess Arena* Aug. 13 – Lynn, MA @ Memorial Auditorium* Aug. 19 – Lake Charles, LA @ L’Auberge Casino* Aug. 20 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Dickie’s Arena* Aug. 22 – Lubbock, TX @ Cook’s Garage Stage* Aug. 23 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Zoo Ampitheatre* Aug. 25 – New Haven, KY @ Log Still Distillery Amph** Aug. 26 – Bay City, MI @ Wenonah Park Shell** Aug. 27 – Decatur, IL @ Devon Lakeshore Amphitheatre** Aug. 29 – Maryland Heights, MO @ St. Louis Music Park* Aug. 30 – La Vista, NE @ The Astro* (ticket info to come) Aug. 31 – Aurora, IL @ RiverEdge Park Pavilion* Sept. 6 – Redmond, WA @ Marymoor Park*** Sept. 7 – Bend, OR @ Hayden Homes Amp*** Sept. 8 – Airway Heights, WA @ No. Quest Casino*** Sept. 10 – Redding, CA @ Civic Auditorium+ Sept. 12 – Saratoga, CA @ Mountain Winery Amp*** Sept. 13 – Inglewood, CA @ YouTube Theatre*** Sept. 14 – Bakersfield, CA @ Mechanics Bank Theater and Convention Center*** Sept. 16 – Murphys, CA @ Ironstone Amp++ Sept. 16 – Fresno, CA @ Warnors Theatre*** *Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone **Rick Springfield, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone ***Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Tommy Tutone +Rick Springfield, The Hooters, The Tubes, Tommy Tutone ++Rick Springfield, The Hooters, John Waite, Tommy Tutone

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Rick Springfield rocks out with his guitar onstage.

Even if it feels like just yesterday, the ’80s were over 30 years ago .

Sorry for the reminder.

Still, the decade’s lasting impact lives on as evidenced by pop star Rick Springfield’s just-announced ‘I Want My ’80s Tour’ set to take place from July through September this year, which includes a show at Atlantic City’s Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Aug. 12.

On the 26-concert jaunt , he’ll be bringing along early days of MTV-era favorites Tommy Tutone (yes, the “867-5309” singer), The Hooters and Paul Young.

And if you need tickets to hear “Jessie’s Girl,” “Don’t Talk To Strangers” and “Love Somebody” today, we’ve got your back.

Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, May 5, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.

For those not in the know, Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

Rick Springfield 2023 tour schedule

A complete calendar including all tour dates — along with shows from May through June before the tour begins without the aforementioned opening acts — as well as venues and links to buy tickets can be found below.

Rick Springfield set list

Springfield has his live show down to a science based on what we’ve seen from recent records on Set List FM .

Here’s a quick look at what you can expect to hear when you see him live this year.

01.) “Affair of the Heart” 02.) “I Get Excited” 03.) “Living in Oz” 04.) “I’ve Done Everything for You” (Sammy Hagar cover)

05.) “The Light of Love” 06.) “Everybody’s Girl” 07.) “World Start Turning” 08.) “State of the Heart” (Mondo Rock cover) 09.) “My Father’s Chair” 10.) “Bop ‘Til You Drop / Bruce / 867-5309/Jenny / Jessie’s Girl / Don’t Walk Away / Rock of Life / What Kind of Fool Am I” 11.) “Love Is Alright” 12.) “The Voodoo House”

13.) “Wild Thing” (Chip Taylor cover) 14.) “Don’t Talk to Strangers” 15.) “Human Touch” 16.) “Love Somebody” Encore:

17.) “Jessie’s Girl”

Rick Springfield opening acts

At all shows, Springfield is taking a trio of truly of ’80s-tastic acts along with him.

Not sure where to start with Springfield’s opening acts?

Here are each of their three most popular tracks.

Tommy Tutone: “867-5309/Jenny,” “Baby, It’s Alright,” “Which Man Are You”

The Hooters: “And We Danced,” “Johnny B” “500 Miles”

Paul Young: “Every Time You Go Away,” “Love of the Common People,” “Every Time You Go Away”

’80s stars on tour in 2023

If you were worried that Springfield was the only ’80s icon on the road this year, we’re here to ease your fears.

Many of the biggest names from the shoulder pad decade are touring these next few months.

Here are just five of our favorite ’80s stars on tour you won’t want to miss in the near future.

•  Peter Gabriel

• Aerosmith

• Diana Ross

•  Queen with Adam Lambert

Need more ’80s in your life? Check out our list of the 107 biggest ’80s stars on tour in 2023 here .

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I Want My ’80s Tour: Rick Springfield, The Hooters, Paul Young, Tommy Tutone: River Edge • Aurora

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Nostalgia sells, and it was proven at River Edge Aurora on Thursday by a sold-out crowd featuring some of the bigger and more acclaimed acts from the heyday of MTV. Rick Springfield, ’80s pop idol (“Jessie’s Girl”), was the MC and headliner in Aurora, gathering The Hooters, Paul Young, and Tommy Tutone into his special Summer Tour. All acts looked and sounded remarkably good despite nearly 40 years of added mileage to their careers.

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Mary Lou Retton gives update on her health: ‘They still don’t know what’s wrong with me’

Olympic Gold Medalist Mary Lou Retton

Seven months after she was hospitalized with a serious illness , Olympic gymnastics legend Mary Lou Retton said her doctors “still don’t know” exactly what illness continues to affect her lungs.

Retton, 56, told “ Entertainment Tonight " in a story published Wednesday that she still needs to breathe from oxygen tubes in her nose every day as she continues her recovery.

“They still don’t know what’s wrong with me,” she said. “They’re calling it a rare form of pneumonia.”

The retired gymnast spent about a month in the intensive care unit in October 2023 and said she suffered lasting damage.

“My lungs are pretty scarred up and they’re gonna stay that way forever,” she said.

“I’m not a really depressed person, but this experience really changed me (mentally), and I’ve been struggling with that,” she said.

However, she has tried to keep a positive mindset.

“I have a lot to look forward to, and I know that,” she said.

Retton told  “Entertainment Tonight”  that her health challenges have “been hard.”

“Give me a hip to rehab, give me a shoulder,” she said. “The lungs are a different beast.”

Retton’s daughters have been crucial in her recovery

Retton’s daughters revealed that she was in the ICU “fighting for her life” with pneumonia on Oct. 10, 2023. At the time, Retton’s daughters asked for financial support in a crowd-funding page, explaining that Retton didn’t have health insurance.

Retton is mother to daughters McKenna Kelley, Shayla Schrepfer, Skyla Kelley and Emma Jean Kelley. She shares all four daughters with former University of Texas quarterback Shannon Kelley, whom she divorced in 2018,  according to People .

In the weeks after,  her daughters kept followers up to date  on her continuing fight and thanked them for their continued support.

After Retton left the hospital, her daughters shared updates about life with their mom.

In an update on her condition on Thanksgiving in 2023, Retton — who became a tour de force in the world of ‘80s gymnastics as a teen — wrote on Instagram that her heart was “overflowing with profound gratitude” that she’d been “slowly improving.”

About a month earlier, on Oct. 30, she shared her  first statement  on Instagram since being hospitalized for pneumonia.

“I’m beyond blessed to have the opportunity to make this statement,” she wrote in her post shared to her personal account. “I am overwhelmed with all the love and support from the world as I fight. I am forever grateful to you all!”

“I’m with family continuing to slowly recover and staying very positive as I know this recovery is a long and slow process,” Retton continued her post.

“I appreciate everyone’s respect of my privacy at this time. When the time is right, I will be sharing more information about my health issues and hope I can help others who may face the same battle as me. I love you all. — MLR.”

Memphis, get ready to say 'Hello' to Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire at FedExForum show

Lionel richie and earth, wind & fire are bringing the sing a song all night long tour to memphis' fedexforum on may 29.

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Judging by the FedExForum calendar , it’s looking like it'll be an unusually quiet summer at the venue, with no major shows scheduled until October.

But the late spring, specifically the end of May, will mark a busy time, as the Downtown Memphis arena will host a trio of events over consecutive nights, including performances by hip-hop hitmaker Megan Thee Stallion (with Memphis' own GloRilla ) and standup comedy star Nate Bargatze .

Kicking things off will be an epic double bill of R&B/pop legends, Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire . Their co-headlining Sing A Song All Night Long Tour will make its way to FedExForum on May 29. Here’s a look at what to know before you go.

'Dancing on the Ceiling': Lionel Richie

One of the biggest and most enduring stars in pop music, Lionel Richie’s five-decade career has seen him sell 125 million albums and earn an Oscar, a Golden Globe and four Grammy Awards.

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The 74-year-old Richie — who is also a member of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, a recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song from the Library Congress and a Kennedy Center Honoree — continues to serve as a judge on ABC’s “American Idol” having returned for his seventh season on the show this year.

Richie was also one of the stars of the recent Netflix documentary “The Greatest Night in Pop,” about the effort to record “We Are the World,” the humanitarian anthem that Richie co-wrote.

If recent history — including his last two stops in town at the Memphis Botanic Garden and FedExForum — is any indication, Richie’s Bluff City set should be filled with familiar hits from his ‘80s solo heyday including “Endless Love,” “Lady,” “Truly,” “All Night Long,” “Penny Lover,” “Stuck on You,” “Hello,” “Say You, Say Me” and “Dancing on the Ceiling.” Richie — who started out playing as a member of R&B outfit The Commodores — will also honor that legacy, with songs like “Three Times a Lady,” “Still” and “Easy.”

'Shining Star': Earth, Wind & Fire

Joining Richie on the tour and for the Memphis stop will be Earth, Wind & Fire. The group — founded by late Memphis native Maurice White in 1969 — is still going strong, continuing an illustrious career that has seen the band inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, sell more than 100 million records and earn six Grammy Awards, to go along with 18 nominations (including one earlier this year for Best Traditional R&B Performance as a featured artist on Victoria Monét’s song "Hollywood”).  

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The group, which has played Memphis regularly over the years, most recently headlined the  2023 Beale Street Music Festival . The veteran band is led by White’s brother, bassist Verdine White, singer Philip Bailey and drummer Ralph Johnson.

Fans can expect a show filled with Earth, Wind & Fire hits and classics from “Shining Star” to “Boogie Wonderland” to “September.”

Sing A Song All Night Long Tour

The Richie/Earth, Wind & Fire team-up in 2024 is a continuation of last year’s highly successful Sing A Song All Night Long Tour, which saw them make their way through several major North America markets including Chicago, Boston, Toronto, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

In addition to Memphis, the upcoming tour will also play nearby markets, including a tour kickoff in Knoxville on May 23, and a date in Richie’s home state of Alabama, with a show in Birmingham on May 28.  

Tickets to Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire in Memphis

Tickets for the Richie/Earth, Wind & Fire concert have been selling briskly, but for those who haven’t purchased seats yet, some good options remain. The best options, or at least the closest, are a selection of floor seats in the midpoint of the arena, which cost $127. For roughly the same price point, you can get side seating, slightly closer to the stage, but higher up.

The cheapest seats that are still available will by the upper rafters of FedExForum — these seats are part of a sale by promoters Live Nation and cost $25, though they may not last much longer.

In fact, looking at the latest Ticketmaster map, there’s a good chance that the concert may sell out completely before showtime. In which case, verified resale seats from Ticketmaster are also available, ranging from $50 to $460.

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Wednesday, May 29, at FedExForum, 191 Beale St.

Tickets: $25-$127; available at Ticketmaster.com

Inside the renovation that couldn’t fail at Colonial Country Club 

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FORT WORTH, Texas – It was a late-June morning and the sun was well below the horizon when Rich McIntosh, Oscar Lazaro and Josh McFadden piled into a small, dimly lit trailer at the center of Colonial Country Club.  

The men sat around a plastic folding table, analyzing a large map of the course and planning the day ahead. Filled with markings and highlights, the map showed tangible progress that was hard to grasp when looking at the setting that surrounded them. The historic Colonial Country Club, where Ben Hogan once ruled, barely looked like a golf course. Every blade of grass on the back nine was gone. Only giant mounds of dirt remained. The front nine would soon look the same.  

Lazaro, the lead man for LaBar Golf Renovations, discussed plans to fortify drain lines near the 15th tee and 17th green. McFadden, one of the shapers, had work to do on the 12th fairway, adjusting sightlines that would affect the tee shot. McIntosh, Colonial’s director of agronomy and project manager for the renovation, directed traffic. Other crews were ready to laser-scan the front nine greens and prep for the demo. 

“Another busy day,” Lazaro said.  

There would be many more like it. Still 10 months from their deadline, a quiet intensity loomed over every decision and action. Crews began ripping up Colonial less than 24 hours after Emiliano Grillo beat Adam Schenk in a playoff to claim the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge, and they did so with an ambitious directive: fully renovate one of the most historic courses in America in time for the PGA TOUR’s annual visit the following May.  

A project of such scale normally takes at least 18 months to complete; Colonial had little less than a year, though. As the venue for the Charles Schwab Challenge since 1946, Colonial hosts the longest-running TOUR event held annually at the same site. The club had no intention of interrupting that streak. The renovation had to fit its schedule.  

Gil Hanse, the renowned architect in charge of restoring the 1936 Perry Maxwell design, had worked under similar time constraints only a handful of times before. Each of those had more favorable growing seasons. Colonial’s renovation banked on the course surviving the winter.  

Hanse, McIntosh and their teams had spent the last year with those stakes as their backdrop. The $20 million renovation, designed to reinvigorate the classic design and maintain Colonial’s reputation as one of the top clubs in the country, was accompanied by an unforgiving timeline. The world would know if the course wasn’t ready, and there would be no time for adjustments. The pros playing Colonial this week are the first to play the course. Members won’t play it for another month.  

“When you have a deadline like this, you really can’t fail,” Hanse said. “There’s so much riding on it.”

For weeks, Colonial's fairways looked like thoroughfares in Texas’ scorching, late-summer sun.  

McIntosh set an Oct. 1 deadline to re-sod the entire course. That would give the roots enough time to catch the underlying soil before winter hit. The grass wouldn't survive the cold conditions if given too short of a growing window. But installation doesn’t just happen over a few days. Crews laid down 118 acres of grass, the equivalent of more than 89 football fields. It took somewhere between 600-650 trucks to carry in every piece of sod, McIntosh said, and crews could only install about 10 trucks worth of sod a day.  

Simple math meant they needed to budget about two months for turf installation, which meant any work to the underlying ground – irrigation, new hydronic systems in the greens or significant changes to the terrain – had to be completed in the three months prior.  

From June to October, the project could hardly afford any hiccups. If one critical piece of the puzzle was delayed, it could throw off the whole plan. The margin for error was slim. McIntosh had previously worked on renovations at Torrey Pines and Muirfield Village, but those were nothing compared to Colonial.

“It's one of the biggest and tightest timeline projects anywhere,” he said. “I haven't been a part of something where we've completely redone everything and moved the amount of dirt that we have.” 

It was an unnerving proposition for every party, including the membership. Longtime Colonial member Ryan Palmer, who’s won four times in 21 seasons on the PGA TOUR, was entrenched in the renovation talks from the beginning.  

“It was shocking, to be honest with you,” Palmer said of the proposed timeline.  

“We couldn’t miss,” McIntosh said.  

That was clear in more ways than one. In 2008, Keith Foster partially renovated Colonial, but the membership quickly realized it didn’t go far enough in restoring the course to its original Perry Maxwell design. Within eight years, the club was mulling its options, uninterested in half-measures. They needed to do it right this time, and could ill afford to go back to the drawing board again. This renovation needed to set them up for decades.  

That led Colonial to Hanse, who they believed could meet their standards. And schedule.

A mutual friend connected club executives with Hanse in 2016, when he was re-doing the Black Course at the Streamsong Resort in central Florida. Colonial’s membership took some convincing, though. Especially Palmer, who infamously spent an entire evening grilling Hanse on his previous renovation work, hoping to get some clarity about the architect’s design philosophy and his plans for Colonial.

Hanse’s vision eventually won over the members, including the PGA TOUR winner in their midst, but figuring out when the renovation would happen took much longer than expected. The COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing supply chain issues, which would have jeopardized the short timeline, delayed the project.

Waiting proved wise, as the project went through without any snafus.  

The greens were finished by Sept. 1, 2023, and the final piece of sod was planted in the first week of November. They hit every mark, yet they still weren’t in the clear.  

The weather was the last hurdle. The renovation team did everything right, but the course was susceptible if the Dallas-Fort Worth area had a harsh winter. An extended freeze could thwart all the growing progress that was made in the fall. McIntosh was alarmed by a five-day freeze in January that left the entire course dormant, but the winter remained mostly mild from there. Three weeks before the Charles Schwab Challenge, the greens looked “immaculate,” he said, with only a few patchy fairway areas left to clean up.  

“I'd be lying if I said I was 100% confident we'd be standing here three weeks from now getting ready for a golf tournament on a perfectly presented golf course,” Hanse said. “The vast majority of the space is ready to go.” 

Hanse was always the man for the job.

Before being hired by Colonial, he’d established himself as the go-to architect for prestigious clubs seeking to breathe life into aging layouts and bring them back to their golden age. Several of the top courses in the country had already entrusted Hanse to rejuvenate their courses and restore the vision of the original architect. Hanse was known for not forcing a new philosophy onto these historic grounds; instead, he mined the club’s history to uncover what made the course great, then worked to bring that vision back to life while making it fit into the modern game.

Hanse has restored three of the last four U.S. Open host sites – The Los Angeles Country Club, The Country Club in Brookline (Massachusetts) and Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York – along with the 2022 PGA Championship venue, Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hanse’s resume also includes restorations at Oakmont, Merion, The Olympic Club and Baltusrol, all of which are slated to host upcoming majors.

Hanse and business partner Jim Wagner are best known for their vast Rolodex of restoration and renovation projects, though they do have several notable original designs, including Fields Ranch East at the PGA of America’s headquarters in Frisco, Texas, the Olympic Golf Course used in the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Games, Scotland’s Castle Stuart Golf Links, Pinehurst No. 4, Boston Golf Club and Rustic Canyon Golf Course in California.

Unsurprisingly, Hanse was at the top of Colonial’s wish list. The club also had the ideal piece of history to help Hanse develop his plan – a program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. It quickly became Hanse’s north star and the key to unlocking the Colonial of yesteryear.  

An aerial view of Colonial in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

An aerial view of Colonial in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 1 and 2 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 1 and 2 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 3 and 4 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 3 and 4 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 5 and 6 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 5 and 6 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 7 and 8 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 7 and 8 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 9 and 10 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 9 and 10 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 11 and 12 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 11 and 12 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 13 and 14 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 13 and 14 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 15 and 16 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 15 and 16 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

Holes 15 and 16 in the program from the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial. (Credit Colonial Country Club)

The program had photos of every hole and detailed a rugged Colonial much more in tune with the natural landscape. Over the years, those ragged edges were sharpened as the prevailing course conditioning trends in the '80s and '90s shifted to clean lines and neatly tended greenery. The course was perfectly coiffed but lacked the gritty character of the original design. Returning the course to its rustic roots became top of mind. 

The program also declared Colonial’s par 3s some of the best in the world. That prestige was eroded over the decades as members and pros found the par 3s slowly morphed into one-dimensional holes, with most requiring almost the exact same club and shot shape. That gave Hanse another objective.  

The skeleton key that helped unlock all of it was the discovery that water hazards were much more prevalent in the 1940s. That led to some of the biggest changes to Colonial.  

A view of  Colonial Country Club during the 1941 U.S. Open. (Courtesy USGA Museum)

A view of Colonial Country Club during the 1941 U.S. Open. (Courtesy USGA Museum)

A view of the ninth hole during the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth, Texas. (Courtesy USGA Museum)

A view of the ninth hole during the 1941 U.S. Open at Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth, Texas. (Courtesy USGA Museum)

“(The program) talked about all the water holes that Colonial has,” Hanse said. “When I first got here, I thought, ‘Well, there aren't that many of them,’ really (No.) 9, obviously 13. But then as you start to really look at the landscape and the way the water used to run through the landscape, it became much more apparent that, you know, 16, 17, 10, all these areas, 11, eight had water being an integral part of them.” 

Hanse’s most noticeable change came at the par-3 eighth, which used to have the Trinity River running tight along its right side.

The original design was disrupted after a historic flood in 1949 forced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reroute and dam the river. The water was pushed farther away from the eighth green, eliminating the risk of potentially hitting it into the hazard. Over time, trees were planted, and the view of the river was blocked out.  

Hanse shifted the green some 30 yards left, reintroducing a creek along the left side of the hole. It’s one of the few times that Hanse didn’t fully rekindle the original design, though that was out of necessity.  

An aerial view of hole 8 at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

An aerial view of hole 8 at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

By moving the green left, Hanse brought an existing creek into play that now hugs the left side of the hole and rekindles the hole's risk-reward nature. The hole's presence in the landscape, its clinging to a cliff’s edge and its fall down to the creek are all reminiscent of the old eighth hole, albeit with the water running on the opposite side.   

The 13th hole also was affected by the Trinity's rerouting. The Trinity used to weave in front of the tee box and swaddle the green. Today, a pond guards the front of the green. Hanse lifted the hole, elevating the green by about 10 feet and moving it back to encapsulate how the green played in the 1940s. Hanse also expanded the tee box, which spans 70 yards and will create variety in how the tee shot is played.  

A view of hole 13 on the newly-renovated Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

A view of hole 13 on the newly-renovated Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

A view of the creek by the 13th hole at Colonial. (Matt Mramer/Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

A view of the creek by the 13th hole at Colonial. (Matt Mramer/Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

An aerial view of Colonial showing the 13th hole and the creek nearby. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

An aerial view of Colonial showing the 13th hole and the creek nearby. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

The other change that will be widely recognized is the removal of the concrete spillway that runs from the par-3 16th and intersects between the 17th and 18th fairway. Grillo famously found the area right of the 18th fairway, which caught the small current and floated back toward the 18th tee box.  

Before the renovation, the concrete spillway started just in front of the 16th tee box and veered along the left side of the hole before breaking left and lining the right side of the adjoining 17th and 18th holes, which run in opposite directions. All the concrete was removed, and replaced with a natural creek bed that will render Grillo’s situation unrepeatable and spruce up the look of Colonial’s closing stretch.  

“I think, without a doubt, we will be excited that CBS won't be showing any scenes of the golf ball rolling down the concrete spillway,” Hanse said with a chuckle.  

An aerial view of hole 16 at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

An aerial view of hole 16 at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

An aerial view of hole 16 with a creek to the left at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

An aerial view of hole 16 with a creek to the left at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

The creek will still be involved in the drama of the closing stretch. Hanse moved the 16th green left to bring the creek further into play. Water now tightly guards the left and right sides of the green.  

The trio of holes famously nicknamed the "Horrible Horseshoe" remained largely untouched. Colonial’s third, fourth and fifth holes were given that moniker because of their difficulty and the shape they form as they wrap around the driving range. Hanse removed greenside bunkers on the fourth and fifth holes while slightly tweaking the green contours. The left side of the fifth hole also features a shallow drop-off into a native area. Otherwise, the holes closely resemble their pre-renovation form.  

“You don't want to mess with something that's already established and plays very well,” McIntosh said.  

An aerial view of hole 5 at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

An aerial view of hole 5 at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

It’s a sentiment Hanse handled carefully throughout the process. He made several distinct changes to the course, re-establishing the rugged aesthetic and opening up ways to make the water hazards more prevalent. The course was also modernized, with the installation of new hydronic systems that can run cold water under every green during Texas’ scorching summers. Colonial’s bentgrass greens are better suited for cooler climes, but also an important part of the club’s history.

Fort Worth businessman Marvin Leonard created Colonial because he did not like putting on the grainy Bermudagrass greens found throughout the South. He wanted a course that utilized the smoother putting surfaces that he encountered while playing in the Northeast. That’s why Colonial became the first course in Texas with bentgrass greens, one reason the club became the first club south of the Mason-Dixon Line to host a U.S. Open. The recent renovation also improved Colonial’s drainage.

The bones of Colonial remain the same, however. The corridors look familiar on almost every hole. There was hardly any tree removal or added distance, the two most prominent features in modern course renovation. Two trees died while replacing the irrigation system, but they’re the only ones missing post-renovation. A few holes were lengthened ever-so-slightly, while some fairway bunkers were moved to combat modern distance gains.

Colonial is still very much a club under construction. Though the heaviest lift – the course – is done, half of the clubhouse is gone, as is the Wall of Champions and the famous Ben Hogan statue. The renovated clubhouse will be completed in time for the 2025 Charles Schwab Challenge.  

A view of hole 18 with the clubhouse behind at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

A view of hole 18 with the clubhouse behind at Colonial. (Matt Hahn/PGA TOUR)

McIntosh chuckled when asked about it. “Lucky that’s not my problem,” he said. 

For the first time in the last year, he can say that. That’s for a different crew and project manager to handle.  

As McIntosh looked over the course, just three weeks from the start of the Charles Schwab Challenge, he looked forward to that first exhale. Maybe it’ll come around July 4, he wonders aloud, after the tournament is finished and members can finally play. “But we’ll see,” McIntosh said.  

Summer House 's Lindsay Hubbard Reveals If She's Dating Again 9 Months After Carl Radke Breakup

Lindsay Hubbard will never stop searching for her soulmate.

In fact, the Summer House star is sharing an optimistic update on her love life nine months after her ex-fiancé Carl Radke  shocked the publicist by calling off their wedding .

"I am currently dating and I will never give up on love," Lindsay exclusively told E! News . "I've always been a hopeless romantic. I do believe in love and just because this wasn't the right one for me doesn't mean that that doesn't exist." (Watch E! News  tonight, May 22, at 11 p.m. for more of our exclusive interview with Lindsay.)

As the 37-year-old nears the first anniversary of her unexpected August 2023 breakup, which came less than three months before the nuptials, Lindsay has officially put her drama with Carl in the rear-view mirror.

"I've never been pessimistic about love," she shared before adding with a laugh, "Maybe that's why I've gotten myself into these situations to begin with."

But while Lindsay is firmly focused on her next chapter, she'll eventually have to reunite with her ex when they film the Bravo series' upcoming ninth season. However, she isn't worried about working in proximity of her former partner.

"For me, I feel very void of emotions when it comes to Carl," she told E!. "I gave so many emotions for such a long time that I just don't really have any emotions left to give him. I'm like, 'OK, whatever. He's just another guy in the room and I tolerate him and I deal with him and that's it.' It doesn't bother me if he's around."

See Lindsay and Carl's breakup continue to play out when Summer House airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo. And watch E! News tonight at 11 p.m. for more of our exclusive sit-down.

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Before going public, Carl and Lindsay attended costars Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula 's September 2021 wedding as each others' dates.

After being friends and costars for years, Carl Radke and Lindsay Hubbard confirmed they were officially a couple at the start of 2022.

Carl got down on one knee and proposed to Lindsay in August 2022 in Southampton while filming season seven of Summer House .

The Bravolebrities enjoyed a romantic vacation in Italy. "One of the most beautiful places I've ever visited! And breathtaking (literally)," he shared on Instagram. "Finally getting through our travel photos with so many highlights but hiking through Cinque Terre was incredible. Bellisimo! "

Carl and Lindsay rang in Christmas 2022 surrounded by familymembers.

Carl and Lindsay opened up about planning their Mexico wedding in February 2023.

"It's taken this long for us to come together," she exclusively shared with E! News. "I don't think there is anybody in our lives that would let us get away with a small wedding, including Bravo."

Lindsay also confirmed plans to film the nuptials for season eight of the show. "If we were just getting married with all of our guests and friends that would be one thing," she continued, "but when you're considering the idea of filming it, there's another level of criteria that you have to get checked off."

The duo lets loose with their Summer House costars in Montauk in April 2023.

Carl and Lindsay attend a friends wedding in Florida.

The duo attend the Palm Tree Music Festival in New York with fellow Summer House couple Kory Keefer and Sam Feher .

Carl and Lindsay are all smiles while celebrating summer.

In honor of Andy Cohen 's birthday, Carl shared a tribute to the Bravo bigwig.

The lovebirds celebrated Lindsay's bridal shower in NYC surrounded by their costars, including Danielle Olivera , Amanda Batula , Ciara Miller , Gabby Prescod and Samantha Feher . 

Less than three months before they were supposed to say "I do," news of Carl and Lindsay's breakup came to light in August 2023.

Exactly two weeks after the split news came to light, Lindsay broke her silence and revealed she's "heartbroken" and humiliated" with how Carl ended things.

"My trust has been betrayed, and coming to terms with that has been difficult for me," she wrote on Instagram Sept. 14. "This was not my decision, and I do not agree with quitting a relationship (at this level) without trying everything possible first. I have spent the last couple of weeks finding my own closure and peace. I am forever grateful to my best friends who have not left my side, and have been picking up the pieces of my heart and life every day from the fallout."

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  • They started dating shortly after, and their entire relationship has Swift-style Easter eggs.
  • The proposal involved an iconic Taylor Swift friendship bracelet.
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    For years, Taylor Swift was the invisible string tying Kayla McCarty and Kat Messinger to each other.

    The two were at the same 2018 Reputation Tour show and had a mutual friend who wanted to introduce them, but the crowd was too chaotic to navigate. Then, they would've joined the same friend group and attended Lover Fest in 2020, if it hadn't been canceled due to COVID.

    "Our mutual friends told us 'you guys would be perfect for each other,' and we just have never been able to connect," McCarty, 31, told Business Insider.

    But on June 3, 2023, the two finally made it to the second night of Swift's Eras Tour in Chicago. McCarty came from California and Messinger from Iowa, sharing a suite with their friends.

    "We definitely could have talked to anyone in the whole suite," McCarty said. "We were gravitating toward each other all night long."

    Some people observing them already thought they were a couple, especially when McCarty gave Messinger a friendship bracelet when she saw her getting emotional during Swift's " Champagne Problems ."

    "That was pretty much the moment that locked in this deep understanding of each other," McCarty said.

    After almost a year of dating, including attending three more Eras Tour shows together, the two got engaged this past weekend.

    "At an Eras Tour in SoFi, I gave her a friendship bracelet to ask her to be my girlfriend," McCarty said. "This weekend, she gave me a friendship bracelet and asked me to marry her, full circle."

    They started dating weeks after they met

    Days after they met, Messinger kept messaging the group chat originally used to coordinate meeting up for the concert, even though she rarely texts. A mutual friend, catching wind that Messinger just wanted to stay in touch with McCarty, encouraged her to reach out directly.

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    "She opened with 'Hi, it's me, I'm the problem, it's me,' and I immediately knew it was her," McCarty said. After that, they spoke nonstop. About a week later, Messinger asked what McCarty was doing in early July.

    Messinger had finished her law clerkship in Iowa and was about to drive cross-country and relocate to Portland, Oregon. Only she kept driving to California to stay with McCarty and celebrate the release of "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)," spending the weekend together.

    "It's always been a dream of mine to live in the woods, very 'Folklore' or 'Evermore,'" Messinger, 32, told BI. When she learned that McCarty lived near Yosemite National Park and also loved the outdoors, she saw "a dream girl, but also dream life."

    " Electric Touch " became their song, because "it's about having this endless hope and it never working out, but that it could this time," McCarty said. One of the lyrics is "It's 8:05 and I see two headlights."

    "I remember the exact moment I saw her car on my street and thinking 'This could be it,'" McCarty said.

    Navigating a difficult time together

    At first, Messinger moved to Portland as she planned, but the couple stayed very close.

    "A lot of people are like, 'they're so fast, they're so lesbian, LOL,'" McCarty said of the pace of their relationship. "But we had this incredible summer of love where we went to a ton of the tours — and then things got real really fast."

    McCarty's mother had a terminal illness. "I was starting to give up hope that she would be able to meet my person," McCarty said. "And it's like a family joke that my mom decided she was finally able to pass when she met Kat because she knew I'd be in good hands."

    After that first meeting, Messinger supported McCarty, and was present when her mother died in November 2023. "She was the one who held me and kept me grounded to earth when it felt like everything was falling apart," McCarty said. Messinger began spending more time with McCarty in California, eventually treating it as more of a home base than her home in Portland.

    When Messinger decided to propose, she got McCarty's mother's ring from her father. They went to the jeweler and incorporated the stones in both engagement rings.

    "She and my mom had this very special relationship," McCarty said. "And so it was really important to me that she had a piece of my mom's ring."

    Swift continues to be a part of their love story

    Almost a year after they met, Messinger decided to propose when they were in Chicago, involving the original group that went to the concert with them.

    "It was absolutely nerve-wracking," Messinger said. She made plans for the two to go out to dinner that Friday night, as a way to make sure they'd both be dressed up. As they got ready to leave, Messinger brought her over to the kitchen and started recounting their love story while one of their friends hid and took photos.

    "I remember that one time you gave me a bracelet," Messinger said in her proposal. "I think it's only fitting that you get one."

    The bracelet said "Marry Me" and included references to "Daylight," McCarty's favorite song. When she put it on, all of their friends popped out to embrace them.

    "Taylor Swift was the reason why we met, but she literally has been in every step of this relationship," McCarty said.

    In true Taylor Swift fashion, there are a lot of Easter eggs to be found: Their relationship followed a similar timeline to Swift's romance with Travis Kelce , with engagement rumors circling the same weekend Messinger proposed. Messinger also shares Taylor Swift's birthday, and both women are Sagittariuses, like Swift. They named their dog August after the song, and plan to attend the Eras Tour show in London this summer to celebrate their engagement.

    "She's such a huge part of our life, and she has no idea, which is fine," McCarty said. As for their wedding? "She's always invited."

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    What’s Memorial Day like for the children left behind?

    Whether their parents served in Iraq, Vietnam or Europe, Gold Star kids spend a lifetime with their loved ones’ ultimate sacrifice.

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    “Children have never asked to be born into situations of war, and yet they repeatedly have been and they have suffered whether in the war zone or on the home front. And it is because of adults’ repeated mistakes that children, who understand war least, have been so deeply marked by it.”

    — William Tuttle, in “ Daddy’s Gone to War ”

    They remember the knock on the door. Then the loneliness.

    And then for years, decades in most cases, they live with the ever-present reminder of their loss, sharpened on Memorial Day weekend, which often brings them right back to that moment of agony.

    “Bereavement doesn’t have an expiration date,” said Colleen Shine, whose father was declared missing in action in Vietnam in 1972, when she was 8.

    As the nation celebrates the holiday weekend with cookouts and appliance sales, the children of dead veterans are acutely reminded that Mom never saw them graduate, that Dad never got to walk them down the aisle.

    These children carry this grief when they’re in their 20s, their 50s, their 80s. Just listen to them.

    “It’s been about eight and a half years since he passed, and I thought as time would go on, you know, things would be a lot easier,” said Kayla Martin, 27. “And they have gotten easier, but every once in a while, I have those moments.”

    Those moments last a lifetime.

    Shine, who had been waiting for her dad to come home for Christmas when his plane went down in Vietnam, was told to keep quiet about it at school, in case he was being held captive.

    She endured that first, fatherless Christmas, then a birthday, then another, then high school graduation, then college graduation with no answers. Only emptiness.

    There were no grief counselors assembling to help these kids, no peer support groups or programs to help them adjust to this massive loss.

    Whether their parents died in World War II, Vietnam or Iraq, whether they were dads — or, increasingly, moms — these military children are among the true innocents of war. And some of them are only beginning to understand and address their losses as adults.

    “We were not cared for. We were not recognized. We were not even known,” wrote Ann Bennett Mix, one of an estimated 183,000 American children whose fathers were killed in World War II.

    “Our condition as ‘fatherless’ was somehow to be magically fixed by a government check, a mother’s remarriage, or a stepparent’s adoption,” Mix wrote in a co-authored collection of essays and profiles of people like her, “Lost in the Victory: Reflections of American War Orphans .”

    “So, like society, we remained silent. We withdrew into our fears and fantasies, doing our best to ignore or accept our loss,” she wrote.

    Mix had just turned 50 when she decided to learn more about her father, Pfc. Sydney Worthington Bennett, who was killed in Italy in 1945 when she was just 4 years old. She began by searching for others like her. One by one, she reached out and, in 1991, founded the American World War II Orphans Network.

    Over the years, they’ve gone back to Europe to search for their fathers’ graves and their stories. They’ve created support groups and held conferences. They’ve told each other that they’re not alone.

    This is also what Shine did, working for the National POW/MIA Memorial and Museum, then helping to create Sons and Daughters in Touch , a group connecting the children of Vietnam veterans who never made it home.

    These kids, now adults, parents and even grandparents, are finally grieving and healing together.

    More than 3,000 American military children, known as Gold Star kids, lost a parent to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to an estimate by the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.

    Today, there is a network of programs for Gold Star kids that provide counseling, grief camps and mentorship. New wars, same calamities.

    Martin, 27, was a freshman in college when her father died. She grew up a military kid, moving all the time, attending 25 schools, always having friends around her who understood the gravity of every goodbye.

    “I didn’t have any military friends when my dad had passed, and I struggled a really long time finding people who can relate,” said Martin, whose stepfather, Lt. Col. Thomas Hawes, died of a service-related illness soon after his latest tour in Iraq. The combat veteran’s death is listed as “line of duty.”

    She finally found her people when she came across Children of Fallen Patriots in Reston, Va. It provides fellowship and support to folks like her, but its magic is raising money to put the children of fallen veterans through school.

    Martin now works for the organization, after it helped fund her degrees from the University of Alabama and University of Texas. She said her father wanted college for her, and it was a tribute to him that she made it, even when she was reeling from his death. His absence was painful when she earned those degrees.

    “I actually elected to not walk the stage because of that reason,” she said. “I also opted out for my grad school graduation. It was just too much.”

    I asked her whether she hates Memorial Day. She said most of the sons and daughters like her don’t love it. “One of my friends said she hates it most when people say, ‘Happy Memorial Day!’ ” she said.

    Perhaps, she suggested, the folks who like to grill and shop this weekend can also celebrate by donating to an organization like hers, paying tribute to veterans’ sacrifices by helping their children fulfill the goals those parents had for them.

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