Some people call him the Night Tripper while others might call him Malcolm John Rebennack Jr. However, most people know him as Dr. John and the good doctor of New Orleans style jazz and blues updates today with new listings for Europe and the United Kingdom. New U.K. gigs include Brighton on October 21, London on October 22, Cardiff on October 23 and Blackburn on October 29. Continental listings include Zurich on November 1, Amsterdam on November 3, oslo on November 10 and Paris on November 19.
We just posted several new November dates for Bo Bice. Included are shows for North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (November 7), Cary, North Carolina (November 8), Suffolk, Virginia (November 9) and Carlisle, Pennsylvania (November 22). Mr. Bice also adds a September 5 listing for River Falls, Wisconsin and an October 11 show in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Steve Forbert fills in a few November openings with shows in Europe and the United Kingdom. Today’s update includes stops in Goteborg (November 19), Bedford (November 22), Nottingham (November 26) and Leopoldsburg (November 28).
He’s a singer, he’s a songwriter, he’s Canadian and American. What’s more, he’s Kevin Bacon’s nephew by marriage, meaning he has his own special place within the famed six degrees of Baconland. He’s Justin Nozuka and his new listings include September 19 in Boston at Paradise Rock Club, September 22 in New York at Bowery Ballroom, September 30 in Cleveland at House Of Blues and October 4 in Chicago at Martyrs’. Other stops include Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Denver and San Francisco.
During the last two hours we also updated the schedules for Katt Williams, Liam Finn, Less Than Jake, Hoots & Hellmouth, George Wallace, Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s, Mike Relm, Mirah, My Brightest Diamond, Sevendust, Share This Place, The Benjy Davis Project, The Railbenders, The Holmes Brothers, Wild Sweet Orange and What Made Milwaukee Famous.
And there’s still more to come as we finish off the pile of raw data that accumulated over the weekend. Stay on top of all today’s concert developments with your last update of the day – The Closing Bell – coming up around 5 pm (PDT), from Pollstar.com!