Alanis Morissette will be all over North America come fall, spreading her unique brand of ironic joy far and near as she plays theatres from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Dates include Charlottesville, Viriginia on September 18 at Charlottesville Pavilion, Boston on September 20 at Orpheum Theatre, Cincinnati on October 1 at Taft Theatre, Orlando on October 21 at Hard Rock Cafe / Hard Rock Live, Tulsa on October 27 at Brady Theater, Portland, Oregon on November 6 at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Los Angeles on November 13 at Orpheum Theatre and Oakland on November 17 at Paramount Theatre.
Counting Crows update today with new December gigs for the United Kingdom. Specifics include December 2 in Newcastle, December 4 in Nottingham, December 8 in Cardiff and December 14 in Sheffield.
Danzig blazes through the U.S. and Canada in October and November. Today’s update reveals dates in Miami Beach (October 9), Atlanta (October 11), Montreal (October 18), Toronto (October 19), St. Louis (October 26), Denver (November 1) and San Francisco (November 10).
And Paul Anka plays all over the globe in August and September. New dates include August 5 in Budapest, August 10 in Hasselt, September 20 in Manila, September 22 in Singapore and September 27 in Tokyo. Mr. Anka also adds a few new U.S. listings – October 10 in Reno, October 24 & 25 in Uncasville, Connecticut, November 14 – 15 in Westbury, New York and December 19 – 21 in Las Vegas.
During the first 90 minutes of biz we also updated the schedules for Richard Shindell, Marcus Miller, Passafire, Second City Touring Company, Stanley Clarke, Victor Wooten, Willy Porter, The Manhattan Transfer, Tom Paxton, Kids In Glass Houses, Joe Satriani and Buckethead.
But that’s just the start of another fantastic voyage through the mysterious and often dangerous land of concert data. Don’t miss your Midday Update, coming up around 12 noon (PDT), from Pollstar.com!