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The Closing Bell

05:04 PM Friday 10/17/08 |   |

The weekend is here! And to celebrate, we're leaving you with new dates for David Allan Coe, On The One, and My Brightest Diamond, plus links to items about a Grammy nominations TV show, Andy Dick pleading guilty, a surgically-enhanced Kenny Rogers, still no verdict in Britney's driving-without-a-license trial, how the iPhone stacks up as a phone and Mickey Hart's Q&A rhythm.

Working For The Weekend …

Eternal enlightenment may be found in the following items scheduled to post over the next three days.

Saturday: Method Man & Redman Launch Rescheduled Trek - The legendary hip hop duo is out on the road to celebrate the impending release of latest album, Blackout 2.

Sunday: On The Road With Brendan James - The singer/songwriter has teamed up with MTV to offer fans an inside look at life on the road this fall.

Monday: Kraak, Smaak, Rock! - The funky Dutch dance sextet is planning to introduce North America to its unique brand of electro rock in a big way next month with a 14-city tour.

Band Ho! - U.K. folk rockers Noah & the Whale are packing their bags for a two-week sojourn in the U.S. and Canada.

Next week's HotStar is Lotus

Link-O-Rama …

Would you watch a TV show based around announcing Grammy nominations? That is, if you didn't have something important to do instead? Like clipping your toenails - Hartford Courant

Sure, the iPhone is a great gadget. But is it a great phone? - Forbes

Andy Dick pleads guilty to misdemeanor drug and battery charges - Associated Press

"Bionic man" Kenny Rogers jokes about not having any original parts save his trademark white hair and beard - NineMSN / National Nine News

Jury goes home for the weekend without delivering a verdict in the Britney Spears driving-without-a-license case. Can the world stand the suspense waiting for Monday? - Associated Press

Mickey Hart pounds out a Q&A - Houston Chronicle

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Country bad boy David Allan Coe makes the final update of the week with new 2009 listings. Catch Mr. Coe in places like Joe's Sports Bar in Chicago on January 9, Sandusky State Theatre in Sandusky, Ohio, on January 10, Clutch Cargo's in Pontiac, Michigan, on January 16 and Annie's in Cincinnati, on January 17.

On The One hits the club circuit during November and December. Stops include Kansas City, Missouri, at Crosstown Station on November 11, Austin, Texas, at the Parish Room on November 22, Goodfoot Lounge in Portland, Oregon, on December 13 and the Mangy Moose in Teton Village, Wyoming, on December 28 & 29.

And we have a couple of new ones for My Brightest Diamond - November 9 in Minneapolis at Cedar Cultural Center, and November 29 in Tucson at Solar Culture Gallery.

That's a wrap for this week in concert data. Thank you for spending some of your quality Web time with us and we hope our little corner of the 'Net can be of service to you over the weekend. Whatever you do over the next couple of days, please remember the three basic steps to having a great weekend. Eat well, drive carefully and catch some live music! G'night!

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