Average Ticket Prices
Beach House $29.01      Dropkick Murphys $32.03      Alabama Shakes $41.64      The Great Zucchini $5.04      Chayanne $90.66      Widespread Panic $48.39      G. Love & Special Sauce $33.22      Sister Sparrow And The Dirty Birds $17.84      I See Stars $16.16      Brandi Carlile $42.10      Shakey Graves $24.14      The Main Squeeze $18.02      The Johnny Clegg Band $41.93      Five Finger Death Punch $40.69      Esperanza Spalding $37.43      Here Come The Mummies $25.98      Home Free $33.56      Indigo Girls $44.17      Chris Tomlin $32.51      Zac Brown Band $55.38      Stick Figure $16.41      Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles $55.27      Taylor Swift $112.36      Collective Soul $39.08      Lake Street Dive $29.57      "Peppa Pig Live!" $42.79      Steve Earle $40.01      2Cellos $46.97      The Glorious Sons $14.66      The Milk Carton Kids $32.74      Chris Young $38.50      Lucero $24.15      Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox $33.01      Jason Isbell $36.54      Foo Fighters $58.53      Yanni $78.31      Sleeping With Sirens $30.13      San Antonio Symphony Orchestra $34.02      Kevin Hart $75.17      Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band $130.60      STS9 $36.56      Brit Floyd $43.79      Gordon Lightfoot $52.78      The Chainsmokers $34.75      Celtic Woman $55.67      Lettuce $26.57      Jason Aldean $68.08      My Morning Jacket $43.86      Jim Jefferies $38.57      Frankie Moreno $24.70      
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News & Views

09:01 AM Friday 10/3/08 | |

Kid Rock going online, Dailey & Vincent winning big at Int'l Bluegrass Music Awards, Nokia arriving with music, investors speculating on song shares, David Byrne's experimenting with Brian Eno and Boy George talking up a storm in News. Gogol Bordello, Sheryl Crow, B.B. King, My Morning Jacket, Robin Williams and Seasick Steve in Views.

News …Kid Rock finally goes digital, nixing iTunes in favor of Rhapsody - The New York Times (registration may be required)

Dailey & Vincent dominate International Bluegrass Music Awards - Associated Press

Nokia finally comes with a phone that "Comes with Music" - Sky News

Want to own a piece of the rock? Auction offering song shares starts tomorrow - The Tennessean

David Byrne talks about his "experiment" with Brian Eno - Los Angeles Times (registration may be required)

Boy George talks about … everything! - The Times Online U.K.

Views …

Gogol Bordello in Southern California - "The group's 'gypsy punk revolution' converts more comrades with riveting, explosive performance in Anaheim." - The Orange County Register

B.B. King in Toledo - "The 83-year-old blues legend was in a talkative mood, telling stories and cracking jokes throughout the hour-and-45-minute show at the Stranahan Theater." - Toledo Blade

My Morning Jacket in Minneapolis - "A 2 1/2-hour concert that zoomed along like a Tilt-a-Whirl ride, the sold-out show was truly an luminous affair." - Minneapolis - St. Paul Star Tribune

Sheryl Crow in Edmonton, Alberta - "But like every Sheryl Crow record, we were distracted from sobering thoughts by the fun and frivolity overflowing in songs like 'Leaving Las Vegas,' 'Favorite Mistake' and 'A Change Will Do You Good.'" - Edmonton Sun

Seasick Steve in London - "He walked on playing 'Amazing Grace' on a slide acoustic guitar, a version so beautifully performed that it sounded, before he came into view, as if it might have been a recording. But it took him a while to get the show up to speed." - The Times Online

Robin Williams in Purdue, Indiana - "The Oscar-winning actor and comedian was a juggernaut of raw jokes, impressions and physical humor Thursday night at a sold-out Elliott Hall of Music on the Purdue University campus." - Journal and Courier

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

Alan O'Day is 68

Chubby Checker is 67

Lindsey Buckingham is 59

Ronnie Laws is 58

Keb' Mo' is 57

Jack Wagner is 49

Tommy Lee is 46

Gwen Stefani (No Doubt) is 39

G. Love is 36

India.Arie is 33

Talib Kweli is 33

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