It’s clubs, clubs and more clubs for Cute Is What We Aim For come June, July and August. New listings include June 19 in New York at the HighLine Ballroom; June 20 in Asbury Park at the Stone Pony; July 1 in Washington, DC, at the 9:30 Club; July 11 in Austin, TX, at Emos and August 16 in Detroit at Magic Stick. All in all, it looks as if the band is hitting a club in almost every town in North America, and if your town doesn’t have a suitable nightclub / ballroom style venue for the band, there’s still time to build one.

Johnny Rivers, the man who introduced the world to “Secret Agent Man” and “Seventh Son,” as well as gave the planet a dose of the Rockin’ Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu,” updates today, adding Stafford, TX, for August 9 and Arnold, MO, for March 21, 2009. Rivers is currently touring South America.

Eddie Money keeps on building that perfect touring itinerary. Today EM updates with a North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, date (June 13) and a Lake Forest, Illinois, show (July 3).

And Judas Priest plays Vegas on September 1. The band also adds September 21 in Seoul, South Korea, to their schedule.

During the first 90 minutes of work, work, work, we also updated the schedules for The Parlor Mob, The Robert Cray Band, Lynam, Brian Setzer Orchestra, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Greg Brown, Iris DeMent, Wargasm, Nicole Hart, Tony Orlando, Far From Finished, Cinderella, Bob Saget, Boy George, “Kidz Bop Live,” “Riverdance” and Retard-O-Bot.

And that’s all there is two hours after today’s initial plunge into the concert data pool. More fresh information coming up in your Midday Update, scheduled for around 12 noon (PDT), from!