The Closing Bell
Overnight Sensation …
Life is too short to miss reading the following items scheduled to post between now and sometime tomorrow morning.
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Extra! Extra! Shake up at Sony BMG! You can’t tell the players without a scorecard! Extra! Extra! – The New York Times (registration may be required)
Move over Motley Crue, Def Leppard’s single is also debuting as a download for a video game – IGN
Guitars, drums and … polygons? The geometry of music – ScienceDaily
Can it be? A Spanish pop judge is reputed to be even meaner than Simon Cowell – The Times Online U.K.
Grace Potter is lovin’ the road – Summit Daily News
Eels’ Mark Oliver Everett goes deep – The Age
Juliette Lewis puts movie career on hold so she can keep dishing out the licks – The Sydney Morning Herald
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
Legendary guitarist Les Dudek updates this afternoon with May and July dates. New to the Dudek calendar is May 10 (Sebastian, FL), May 16 (Carrboro, NC), July 1 (Exeter, CA) and July 2 (San Diego, CA).
Herbie Hancock gets a few new ones in before the final update deadline – August 11 in Vienna, VA; August 16 in Atlantic City and September 20 in San Francisco.
Kottonmouth Kings cut a swath through the southern states in June. Latest listings include June 15 (N. Myrtle Beach, SC); June 16 (St. Pete, Fl); June 17 (Ft. Lauderdale, FL); June 19 (Baton Rouge, LA); June 20 (Houston, TX) and June 21 (Dallas, TX).
And we have a few new summer dates for Miranda Lambert. Like July 1 in Muskegon, MI; July 4 in Houston, TX; July 28 in Monroe, MI; August 23 in Tulsa, OK; and September 13 in Hot Springs National Park, AR.
During the day we also updated the schedules for The Black Keys, Jonathan Richman, KISS, Dubconscious, Adele, Jonny Lang, Shannon Noll, Sheryl Crow, Son Volt, Styx, Was (Not Was), Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Morcheeba, Reba McEntire, Todd Snider, Tift Merritt, Wilco, Wynonna, The Dresden Dolls, Lifehouse, 3 Doors Down, Arlo Guthrie, Boy George, Kenny G, Sex Mob, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Colbie Caillat, Chris Isaak,
And that’s the end of today’s journey through concert data. Thank you for keeping Pollstar.com on your desktop and we hope you’ll mouse us all over tomorrow. G’night!