Link-O-Rama …

Napster, Rhapsody, Amazon, and soon, MySpace Music – Will any online service ever beat iTunes? – BBC News /

The Cure has a new EP, but the band asks their fans in the U.K. not to buy it from iTunes, saying it should cost less than what online music store is selling it for –

Microsoft + McDonald’s = free wireless for burger fans who want Zune updates with their fries – Wired / Gadget Lab

Do the major labels want to kill Internet? – Popular Mechanics

David Gilmour talks about Richard Wright – The Telegraph U.K.

The most annoying song … ever?The Sun U.K.

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Dolly Parton updates today with new November dates including several shows in Canada. New on Dolly’s list of things to do includes Raleigh, North Carolina, on November 5 at RBC Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba, on November 13 at MTS Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on November 14 at Credit Union Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, on November 16 at Rexall Place, Green Bay, Wisconsin, on November 18 at Resch Center and Des Moines, Iowa, on November 19 at Civic Center of Greater Des Moines.

The Ting Tings light up Europe in November. New dates include November 7 in Hamburg at Grunspan, November 11 in Cologne at Gloria, November 14 in Paris at La Cigale, November 17 in Toulouse at Le Bikini and November 23 in Berlin at Maria.

L.A. indie band The Little Ones roll through the nightclub scene during October and November. Stops include NYC’s Mercury Lounge on October 16, DC9 in Washington, DC, on October 19, 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis on October 22, Omaha on October 23 at The Waiting Room, Denver on October 25 at Hi-Dive, Portland, Oregon, on November 11 at Doug Fir, Los Angeles on November 14 at Echo and Costa Mesa, California, on November 15 at Detroit Bar.

And we have a couple of new dates for STS9 (Sound Tribe Sector 9) – November 7 in Birmingham, Alabama, at Alabama Theatre and November 19 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at Mr. Small’s Theatre.

During the past couple of hours we also updated the schedules for Robin Thicke, SEAllective, McTuff, Matt Duke, Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, Sin City Sinners, The Hang, The Whipsaws, The Wood Brothers and United States Marine Band.

But that’s only the first half of this marvelous Tuesday in concert data. Check out the happenings in the second half with Your Latest Update, scheduled to post sometime around 3 pm (PDT).