Overnight Sensation …

Inner peace, spiritual enlightenment and inner-geometric juxtaposition can all be yours if you read the following items scheduled to post between now and sometime tomorrow morning.

Extend Lonely Tour – The band follows the surprise release of its latest album with a tour that stretches into July.

, Spread Unity – The pair hits the road for a night of rock, hip-hop and reggae with some help from Fiction Plane.

Link-O-Rama …

Mick Jagger says rock ‘n’ roll is “very addictive” – The Sun U.K.

Nelly wants to work with The BossAssociated Press

Is Paddy Casey the next big thing out of Ireland? – Los Angeles Times (registration may be required)

George Michael says he’s going to retreat from the public eye after U.S. tour – Evening Post / ThisIsNottingham.co.uk

Advertising-driven free music service SpiralFrog will no longer file financial information with the SEC – The Washington Post / paidContent.org

Has it really been 35 years for KC & The Sunshine Band? – CBS4

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Phil Vassar continues to build the perfect routing by adding dates one show at a time. Today’s additions include June 14 (Sandusky, OH), July 14 (Kendallville, IN), July 26 (Evanston, WY) and November 17 (Biloxi, MS).

Comedian, rapper, actor – Katt Williams is a man of many talents and he just might be playing a theatre near you! Of course, it helps if your town is on his schedule. New additions include May 11 (Savannah, GA), May 15 (Sunrise, FL), May 17 (Atlanta, GA) and June 26 (Universal City, CA).

Lifehouse added to its June plans with new shows for Louisiana and Texas. Stops include June 7 (Baton Rouge, LA), June 8 (Corpus Christi, TX), and June 9 (San Antonio, TX).

And Tab Benoit makes it in under the wire with a sprinkling of summer dates. New listings include June 21 (Niagara Falls, NY), June 26 (Wichita, KS), July 24 (Columbus, OH) and August 20 (Fruita, CO).

During the day we also updated the schedules for Snoop Dogg, 311, Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials, Widespread Panic, The Salvador Santana Band, Bob Dylan, Skid Row, Southern Culture On The Skids, Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks, The Calling, Sweet Honey In The Rock, Leon Russell, The Raconteurs, The Thrills, Oasis, Death Cab For Cutie, Dane Cook, Lewis Black, Journey, Guy Forsyth, plus many more artists and bands that we’d like to mention in this space, if only we could afford all those extra bytes required to do so.

And that wraps up the last day of March. Thank you for spending your time with us today and we hope you’ll spend even more time with us tomorrow. That, or just throw money. Either way works for us. G’night.