It’s been a busy day in the tour date mines unearthing new shows for artists like k.d. lang
and bands like Fuel
, New Monsoon
. But the more we dig the more we find. Here’s your final update for today.
Our Pollstar.com night crew will be posting the following stories during the next few hours:
Under The Influence – The dynamic duo of Tommy Shaw and Jack Blades hit the road next month.
A Galaxy Apart – New supergroup side project of Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza.
Here & There…
Jamacia court issues arrest warrant for Beenie Man after reggae musician misses court appearance to answer tax evasion charges – Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation
Vinyl lives! – The Register UK
Just like old times! Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne and Graham Nash trek up Capitol Hill to argue against nuclear power – Fox News
All our Smokey Robinson information comes from Golf Digest. Doesn’t yours? – Golf Digest
What hath Hannah wrought? Nebraska state senator wants to limit concert ticket sales to the box office during the first 48 hours of the onsale – Omaha World Herald
Record producer Phil Spector still needs a lawyer – Associated Press
Dates and more dates…
We added a lot of dates for all acts great and small today. Some additions were entire tours while others were just additions to existing routings. Chances are, you’ll find what you’re looking for in the following listings:
We added 18 dates for Chasen; 17 dates for Bassnectar; 17 for Hundred Reasons and 12 dates for k.d. lang.
Look for M.I.A. in Europe, The Skatalites in Europe and Colin Hay in Australia.
Chris Cagle will play House Of Blues in Vegas in December; Craig Chaquico snowshoes up to Alaska next February and Eddie Money adds Pennsylvania and Louisiana to his 2008 schedule.
Fuel in Houston and Dallas; Glen Phillips in NY, PA and IL and The Blind Boys Of Alabama in Oregon and UK in ’08.
Other artists, bands and touring packages updated today include “Skaggs Family Christmas”, BulletBoys, Coco Montoya, Garnet Rogers, Jack Ingram, John Sebastian, John Hammond, Matisyahu, Marty Stuart, New Monsoon, Peter Mulvey and This Is Hell.