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The Alarm Engages In “Guerilla Tactics” – The Welsh rockers hit the road in support of an album inspired by frontman Mike Peter’s battle with Leukemia.
Bon Voyage, Bon Iver – It’s out of the woods of Wisconson and onto stages across the country for this up-and-coming act.
President Bush celebrates Black Music Month with an afternoon of gospel music at the White House – The Baltimore Sun
Women artists are music geniuses too. Despite what you might read elsewhere – The Times Online U.K.
Who’s your daddy? A California man thinks Eddy Arnold was his and has petitioned a Nashville court to order a DNA test – Associated Press
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
Morcheeba is looking at an August U.K. run with a side trip to Hungary. New United Kingdom dates include August 2 in Loch Lomond, August 8 in Cornwall and August 30 in Yorkshire. The Hungary date is August 28 when the band travels to Szeged.
Steve Earle keeps on truckin’ with new August and September listings. Mr. Earle’s latest update shows him playing Buffalo, NY, on August 12; Great Barrington, MA, on August 14; Newburyport, MA, on August 15; Saratoga Springs, NY, on August 17; and in NYC at Judson Memorial Church on September 22, 23 and 25.
Goldfrapp updates today with a Almeria, Spain, listing for August 15. This fall means Australia for the band as the update cycle now displays September 26, 28 & 29 in Melbourne, October 2 in Newtown, October 4 in Brisbane, and October 5 in Sydney.
And George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic head to South Burljington, VT, July 14; Atlantic City July 16; Washington, DC, July 19 and Chicago July 25.
During the day we also updated the schedules for Billy Idol, Staind, Toadies, Vanessa Hudgens, WAR, UFO, Adrian Belew, Burning Spear, Eddy Grant, Steve Lukather, The Benjy Davis Project, Del Castillo, Macy Gray,
And that’s the end of another adventure in concert data. Thank you for spending your precious Web time with us today and we hope you’ll be able to join us tomorrow. Adios!