Overnight Sensation …
The following items scheduled to post during the next 20 hours contain everything you need to know about life, happiness and the number 42.
Elvis Costello Gets Chatty – The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee will take to the airwaves on the Sundance Channel in a new 13-part series blending musical performance and conversation.
Cut Copy Prepares To Give Up The Ghost – The Australian duo has announced the final set of North American dates in support of In Ghost Colors.
You probably haven’t heard of Juke, but it’s a yet-to-be launched music site operated by CNET. Anyway, CNET’s corporate overseer – CBS Interactive – just laid off six Jukers – PaidContent.org
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
Los Lobos make the final update deadline with new show listings for March and April. New on the calendar is March 13 in Ridgefield, Connecticut, at Ridgefield Playhouse; March 14 in Fall River, Massachusetts, at Narrows Center For The Arts; March 15 in Brownfield, Maine, at Stone Mountain Arts Center and April 19 in Easton, Maryland, at Avalon Theatre.
Tuck & Patti add a couple of shows for the west coast in 2009 – February 20 on Lopez Island, Washington, at Lopez Center, and February 27 in Gleneden Beach, Oregon, at Eden Hall.
Finally, we have a string of January shows for Pepper, including the 6th in Tempe at The Marquee; the 10th and 11th in Aspen at the Belly Up and the 16th in Boise at Knitting Factory Concert House.
During the day we also updated the schedules for Queensryche, People In Planes, Patton Oswalt, Parker House And Theory, Holly Springs Disaster, Hail The Villain, Rascal Flatts, Cut Copy, Brett Dennen, April Verch Band, The Creepshow, The Trews, The Creepshow, Gibson Brothers, plus all the artists and bands that you need to know about.
And that’s a big wrap for Tuesday, November 11. Thank you for accompanying us on our daily journey into the world of raw concert data and we hope you can join us again tomorrow. G’night!