Overnight Sensation …

Our overnight crew has put together the following items guaranteed to keep you warm while Old Man Winter tries to blow your house down.

Lives! – The elusive trip-hop trio emerges with a new album and a full tour schedule.

Here A Bamboozle, There A Bamboozle – The lineups for , the and are shaping up nicely.

Keep The Con Rolling – The twins hit the road again in support of their latest.

Here & There …

U2 goes to Sundance to see “U2 3D” concert film – Associated Press

Colin James big winner at Maple Blues Awards – The Canadian Press

PocketGuitar turns your iPhone in a guitar. Albeit, a very, very small, stringless guitar – Mobile Magazine

Ani DiFranco considers her first retrospective, Canon, to be kind of a primer to get newbie fans up-to-speed – The Providence Journal

Wanna live like a rock star? Nine-bedroom, seven-bathroom house owned by Metallica’s Kirk Hammett has been on the market for a couple of years. Go ahead. Make him an offer – San Francisco Examiner

The new Belkin RockStar enables you to interconnect a combination of five headphones and MP3 players. Is life moving way too fast or what? – PopGadget

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Lots of new dates for Brave Combo. The legendary Texas band ventures out of the Lone Star State to tackle gigs in Maryland, New Mexico, Illinois, Ohio and Missouri; RX Bandits add February engagements for Bowling Green, OH, Troy, NY and Providence, RI; Dr. John schedules multiple nights in Oakland and Seattle and Les Claypool adds New Orleans, Kansas City, Fort Collins, Salt Lake City and Boise to his March schedule.

During the last few hours we also updated the schedules for Jonas Brothers, W.A.S.P., Good Charlotte, Confederate Railroad, David Grisman Quintet, BulletBoys, John Anderson, Juanes, L.A. Guns, Merle Haggard, Skid Row, Will Bernard, Ringo Starr, Eve 6, Tegan and Sara, Margaret Cho, The Marshall Tucker Band, Within Temptation, Ace Frehley, Portishead, Chicago, The Duke Robillard Band, The Doobie Brothers, Marcia Ball, plus more artists and bands than the Tour Date Researchers Guild (local #419) allows us to mention in the same paragraph. You’ll just have to take our word for it. We processed over a zillion tours today.

And that wraps up another fun-filled adventure in the world of tour date research. Thank you for hanging with us today and we hope you can join us again tomorrow. Good day and may the good news be yours.