Overnight Sensation …

Our overnight crew has worked a month of Sundays, a week of Tuesdays and a day of … well, days, preparing the following items for your late night / early morning reading pleasure.

Ghostland Observatory c’est Majestique! – The electrifying Austin duo take their killer live show on the road in support of a new album.

Migrate North – The kings of Norteño bring their marathon concerts to the States.

Here & There …

Heath Ledger found dead in New York City – Associated Press

Amy Winehouse back in rehab after video emerges allegedly showing the artist smoking crack – The Times Online

For some musicians, the old advice about not quitting the day job is today’s reality – Baltimore Sun

MPAA changes its tune. Says 15 percent, not 44 percent of college students illegally download movies. However, the agency says 15 percent is still justification for pressuring colleges to block illicit movie downloading – Associated Press

Canada’s privacy czar concerned that DRM technology might violate Canadians’ right to privacy – CBC

Natasha Bedingfield postpones upcoming U.K. tour – East Anglian Daily Times

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Our new dates for Ghostland Observatory are for February, March and April and cover Austin, New Orleans, New York City, Washington, DC, Portland, OR, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

We also have new listings for The Black Lips. The merry month of May will find the band in the United Kingdom playing cities like Bristol, Oxford, Birmingham, Leeds and London.

Meanwhile, back in the USA The Gourds play various clubs and concert halls during March, April and May. Cities include Austin, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Missoula and Houston.

During the day we also updated the schedules for Lenny Kravitz, Lifehouse, John Mellencamp, Deborah Gibson, Josh Ritter, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Bettye LaVette, Tokyo Police Club, Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys, Petula Clark, John Hammond, Lynyrd Skynyrd, X, Sista Monica, Slaid Cleaves, Paul Anka, Kinky, Eddie Money, Nick Harper, Keith Sweat, Medeski Martin & Wood, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, The Aggrolites plus more artists and bands than actually exist in most of the known space-time continuums.

And that ends Tuesday’s adventure in concert research. Thank you for spending your time with us and we hope your inner concert fan directs you to our little corner of the Web tomorrow. Good night, sweet dreams, and remember to watch out for the other guy.