Wait a second! Don’t go yet! We have one last shot at an update before the Brotherhood of Concert Data Analyzers cites union rule #152 and shuts us down for the day.
U.S. Border Patrol agents seized the hard drive belonging to the guitarist for Death Cab For Cutie – Associated Press
A Hannah Montana / Miley Cyrus concert film will hit movie houses next year. Just one more thing Mom and Dad will need to take their kids to so they won’t feel they’ve failed as parents – ABC 7, Chicago
The good news is Detroit will name a street after Motown founder Barry Gordy, Jr. The bad news is the street is in Detroit – The Detroit News
NPR’s All Things Considered interviewed Eric Clapton – Read the transcript and listen to the interview here.
Pete Doherty and Babyshambles defied French transport workers strike to promote album – Reuters UK
The union boss is about to shut off the lights, so here’s our final tour data summary for the day:
Rosanne Cash has added a couple of 2008 California dates. The Go! Team will play Philly’s Fillmore on Halloween. The Bouncing Souls will bounce down under as the band travels to Australia in late November / early December.
The Benjy Davis Project adds a few 2008 dates to their itinerary. Look for Reverend Horton Heat in Denver in January. Agent Orange slots Tucson, AZ, Las Vegas, NV, and Lawrence, KS, in December.
Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience have added several Canadian dates for 2008. The Sword plays mid-west and eastern states in December and Valient Thorr hammers down during November in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver and St. Louis.
Oh, and one more thing. We know he’s on a first name basis with Bono, but who would have ever thought President Bush is a big U2 fan?