Overnight Sensation …

All the answers in life can be found in the following items scheduled to post between now and sometime tomorrow morning:

Have “Bricks,” Will Travel – U.K. singer/songwriter Kate Nash hops the pond for her first major North American tour.

Spreads Bedlam Across The Globe – The prog-rock collective is out on the road in support of The Bedlam in Goliath.

Link-O-Rama …

Should ISPs become copyright police? – The Guardian U.K.

Four words no one should ever have to hear or see in print – “Gene Simmons sex tape” – San Francisco Chronicle / Daily Dish

Pot grower claims classical music encourages plant growth – Channel 7 News / TheDenverChannel.com

Adrian Belew on the “art of rock guitarist” – North County Times

Music is good for what ails you – The Sun U.K.

Scarlett Johansson talks about her album of Tom Waits songs – Telegraph U.K.

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

The newest dates for Scary Kids Scaring Kids are for March and April when the band touches down in St. George (Utah), Chicago (Illinois), Wilmington (Deleware), Greensboro (North Carolina), Raleigh (North Carolina) and Charleston (South Carolina).

Eddie Money also adds to his ever-growing 2008 itinerary this afternoon with new dates for April, May, June, July and August. Cities include Asbury Park, NJ, Clarkston, MI and St. Paul, MN.

Metal / glam rockers Britny Fox have a mighty hefty April schedule. Dates include April 3 (Creve Coeur, IL), April 5 (Grand Rapids, MI), April 18 (Albany, NY) and April 27 (Huntington, WV).

Finally, Soulive updates today with four new dates – March 29 in Ridgewood (New Jersey), April 4 in Fort Lauderdale (Florida), June 20 in Rochester (New York) and August 16 in Baltimore (Maryland).

During the day we also updated the schedules for R.E.M., Diana Ross, BoDeans, “Cross The Line Tour,” Candlebox, Buddy Guy, My Chemical Romance, Celine Dion, Kate Nash, Jonny Lang, Keb’ Mo’, Kanye West, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Gordon Lightfoot, Dizzee Rascal, Earth, Wind & Fire, Johnny Winter, moe., Earl Klugh, Edwin McCain, Constantines, George Winston, k.d. lang, Will Hoge, Kenny Garrett, plus all the artists and bands in the world worth seeing on the concert stage. If we don’t have ’em, you don’t need ’em.

And that’s our story for Wednesday, February 20, 2008. Thank you for your patronage and we look forward to you patronizing us tomorrow. Happy trails!