Average Ticket Prices
Steve Aoki $41.49      Judas Priest $53.47      Dierks Bentley $39.82      Cherub $17.61      Dave Mason $47.22      Ian Anderson $67.11      Punch Brothers $32.86      "DigiTour" $26.65      Styx $44.44      Shakey Graves $15.94      Yonder Mountain String Band $27.51      Demi Lovato $46.15      Trans-Siberian Orchestra $56.29      Kip Moore $31.28      Primus $45.24      Katy Perry $102.84      Jeff Dunham $75.03      Stars $24.80      Ryan Adams $44.76      Gwar $22.10      Dan + Shay $17.60      Blue Man Group $55.59      Greensky Bluegrass $20.22      J.J. Grey & Mofro $24.24      Miranda Lambert $51.68      Rodney Carrington $47.26      Odesza $24.26      Straight No Chaser $42.87      Morgan Heritage $19.48      Keb' Mo' $40.74      Death From Above 1979 $30.56      Robin Trower $39.77      Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons $70.36      "Monster Energy Outbreak Tour" $20.64      Robert Earl Keen $34.37      Cody Johnson $14.87      "Mythbusters" $54.53      Michael McDonald $64.26      Zoso - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience $16.87      Tedeschi Trucks Band $56.50      Marilyn Manson $56.87      Rittz $21.64      Brit Floyd $41.84      Jason Isbell $36.91      George Thorogood & The Destroyers $49.45      Mother Mother $27.72      Bassnectar $42.85      Shovels & Rope $22.37      Falling In Reverse $22.26      Porter Robinson $34.95      
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New & Views 10/06

09:49 AM Monday 10/6/08 | |

Good morning campers! Welcome to another week at Camp Pollstar.

To help rub the sleep out of your eyes on this beautiful Monday morning, we've got stories about Miley's sweet sixteen, former "American Idol" contestants getting married, Korn's Kevin Welch walks a new path, Ice Cube speaks out against violence, Snow Patrol on near-drowning experiences and a hip-hop star moves from rhymes to thyme, plus reviews of the Material Girl (or is it Woman now?), Springsteen on the political stump, a bluegrass invasion in Golden Gate Park, Christians who rock in Dallas and Chromeo taking Philadelphia for a spin.

News …

Our little Miley is growing up so fast. A 12-hour birthday bash at Disneyland. Watch out Billy Ray. Next year it'll probably be 24 hours in Las Vegas - Los Angeles Times

A former "American Idol" favorite ties the knot - People

Ex-Korn guitarist Kevin Welch discusses his new relationship with God - Chicago Tribune

Ice Cube shines a spotlight on gang violence in his new video with some help from a victim's family - CNN.com

Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody talks about success and the need for his band mates to know CPR - The Australian

Move over Rachel Ray and Paula Dean, Coolio is moving in on your turf - Guardian U.K.

Views …

She may be 50, but she can still knock 'em dead. Madonna kicks off her North American tour - Associated Press

The Boss upstages a certain presidential hopeful in the Big Apple. And there's more to come - New York Times

Bluegrass fans get way more than their money's worth at San Francisco's Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival - San Francisco Chronicle

Christian rockers Third Day move Texas fans - Dallas Morning News

Canada's Chromeo funk up Philly - The Philadelphia Inquirer

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Millie Small is 62

Thomas McClary is 58

Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon) is 57

David Hidalgo (Los Lobos) is 54

Matthew Sweet is 44

Tim Rushlow is 42

Tommy Stinson is 42

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