Link-O-Rama …

Jay-Z and Beyonce either got married over the weekend or didn’t get married over the weekend. We link – you decide – BET

Music social networking site imeem buys Snocap – San Francisco Chronicle / Associated Press

Joey Fatone and Mel B to co-host TLC show – Associated Press

Hotel chain survey reports lodgers sleep best when listening to Coldplay. James Blunt, Norah Jones and Snow Patrol also good for drifting off to dreamland – Reuters

George Michael and partner Kenny Goss bring their “edgy” art collection to Texas – Fox News / Associated Press

Toronto man makes the dead sing and dance – Town Crier Online

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

There’s nothing like announcing a new tour right after winning a mess of Juno Awards. Appropriately, enough today’s new Feist listings are for Canada. October and November are the months and the city list includes Brunaby (British Columbia), Edmonton (Alberta), Calgary (Alberta), Regina (Saskatchewan), Winnipeg (Manitoba) and London (Ontario) for October. November towns include Toronto (Ontario), Montreal (Quebec), Saint John (New Brunswick), Halifax (Nova Scotia) and St. John’s (Newfoundland & Labrador).

Poison is starting to become a summer tradition. New dates for the ’80s glammers include Tampa, FL (July 22), Atlanta, GA (July 27), Boston (August 7) and Phoenix, AZ (August 24).

You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone classier than Judy Collins. The lady plays the United Kingdom in June, dates include June 4 (Gateshead), June 5 (Edinburgh), June 8 (Wolverhampton) and July 11 (London).

And Tift Merritt updates today with a U.K. tour. Shows include May 11 (Edinburgh), May 13 (London) and May 17 (Newcastle).

During the past couple of hours we also updated the schedules for Radiohead, The Nadas, Throw Rag, The Breakfast, Tejas Brothers, Steve Poltz, Red Molly, REO Speedwagon, Pete & The Pirates, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, Mike Ness, Michael Burks, Megadeth, Larry Keel And Natural Bridge and Cara Dillon.

And that’s the way things are going at the half-way mark. Don’t miss Your Latest Update, scheduled for around 3 pm (PDT), from!

This Day In Music History … (from Associated Press)

In 1962, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met future Rolling Stone Brian Jones at a London blues club. In 1988, Alice Cooper simulated hanging himself during a London concert. A safety rope snapped, and Cooper dangled by the neck for several seconds before being rescued by a stage hand.

In 1990, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee suffered a mild concussion during a New Haven concert. Lee fell while swinging down a rope from on-stage scaffolding.

In 1997, Oasis lead singer Liam Gallagher finally married actress Patsy Kensit in a civil ceremony in London. The stormy marriage lasted three years.

In 1997, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis became the first jazz composer to win a Pulitzer Prize for music. He won for “Blood on the Fields,” a three-hour work for big band and three singers.

Still on this date in 1997, the University of Amsterdam began offering a pop culture course on the music, persona and media presence of Madonna.