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The Closing Bell

05:30 PM Wednesday 11/5/08 |   |

New dates for Chiodos, Edwin McCain and Little Feat, plus links to items about MySpace Music closing in on picking a CEO, why Disney yanked a Hannah Montana episode, search engine owner asking court if company infringes copyright, turning iPods into memory cards, Adele saying she's way too sad and U.K. musical instrument stores to stock 'Guitar Hero World Tour.'

Overnight Sensation …

The following item will post sometime during the next 16 hours. We were thinking of telling you exactly when it will post, but that would spoil the surprise.

"Dancing With The Stars" Hits The Road - Fans of ABC's hit hoofing competition needn't despair if their favorite contestants from this year's show have gotten the boot.

Link-O-Rama …

Has MySpace Music found a CEO? - All Things Digital

Disney Channel execs yank Hannah Montana episode dealing with diabetes - UPI

Have you ever used the IsoHunt.com search engine for finding torrents? Its owner has asked the Supreme Court of British Columbia to decide whether he's violating copyrights - The Canadian Press

Wanna turn your iPod into a memory card? All you need is will power. And $120 - The New York Times (registration may be required)

The fine line between playing guitar and pretending to play guitar thins even more as United Kingdom musical instrument retailers start selling "Guitar Hero World Tour" - NeoSeeker

Singer Adele says she's too sad to do a happy record - The Sun U.K. / Gordon Smart's Bizarre

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Little Feat updates this afternoon with new dates for the last week of 2008. December 27 is Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, and the venue is Penn's Peak. The band plays Mr. Small's Theatre in Pittsburgh on December 28, and Recher Theatre in Towson, Maryland on December 30. The band also adds January 2 in Verona, New York, at Turning Stone Resort & Casino, and January 3 in Westhampton Beach, New York, at Westhampton Beach Perf. Arts Center.

Chiodos fills up its February calendar with dates in the United Kingdom, Europe and Japan. New U.K. listings include February 2 in Glasgow at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut; February 5 in Manchester at Manchester Academy and February 6 in London at The Underworld. In Germany look for the band in Cologne on February 9 at Luxor; Hamburg on February 10 at Molotow and Berlin on February 11 at Magnet Club. The band also adds two nights in Tokyo at two different venues - February 17 at Club Quattro, and February 18 at Liquid Room.

Edwin McCain slots the clubs for mid January. Newly posted dates show Mr. McCain playing Seattle on January 14 at The Triple Door; Portland, Oregon, on January 15 at Berbati's Pan; San Francisco on January 16 at Red Devil Lounge and West Hollywood on January 17 at House Of Blues.

During the day we also updated the schedules for The Prodigy, Staind, Miss Tess & The Bon Ton Parade, Mad Tea Party, Boyzone, Sevendust, Supersuckers, moe., Chris Cain, Rick Braun, Al Di Meola, James McMurtry, Gold City, Natalie MacMaster, Pearl Django, Todd Snider, They Might Be Giants and many, many more that we'd love to mention in this space, but our corporate masters want to conserve pixels.

That wraps up today's journey through the wondrous and mysterious labyrinth known as the world of concert data. Thank you for your support and we hope you can join us tomorrow. G'night and happy hunting.

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