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Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue $35.02      Broken Bells $35.29      The Time Jumpers $29.62      The Marshall Tucker Band $39.26      Enrique Iglesias $81.51      The Moody Blues $67.89      Jason Mraz $64.21      Mastodon $27.73      Dirty Heads $28.05      The Infamous Stringdusters $21.03      John Legend $69.01      Lady Antebellum $53.86      Dennis Miller $121.22      The Mavericks $42.04      Lettuce $22.07      Keith Urban $45.22      OneRepublic $35.40      Bill Cosby $56.97      Lake Street Dive $20.95      Daughtry $41.77      Attila $16.67      Young The Giant $27.13      Get The Led Out - The American Led Zeppelin $29.46      Clint Black $50.06      "DigiTour" $25.06      Gwar $22.10      G-Eazy $22.97      Ingrid Michaelson $28.74      Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. $14.27      The Steel Wheels $19.28      Rising Appalachia $16.72      Umphrey's McGee $27.32      James Taylor $72.08      Sarah Jarosz $30.69      Luke Bryan $48.57      Bassnectar $41.45      O.A.R. $35.51      Bill Burr $34.58      The Band Perry $40.31      Foreigner $40.96      Zoé $35.68      Thirty Seconds To Mars $54.28      Cherub $15.98      Amon Amarth $27.86      Bruno Mars $82.31      Sting $127.02      Lady Gaga $81.97      St. Lucia $19.59      "So You Think You Can Dance" $57.94      Pink Floyd Experience $37.19      
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Midday Update

12:01 PM Tuesday 8/12/08 | |

New listings for Zappa Plays Zappa, The Smithereens, The Feelies and Sonya Kitchell, plus links to items about Warner Music buying a stake in Spanish artist-management company, MTV changing its high-def music channel, copy of Brian Epstein's Beatles contract going on the auction block, eight-year-old guitarist told he's "too young" to play the clubs, Florida to create recording task force and NPR denies getting "rickrolled." It's all the news that's fit for your consumption in your Midday Update!

Link-O-Rama …

Trying to make up for falling CD sales, Warner Music buys majority stake in Spanish artist-management firm - Reuters

Don't call it MHD anymore. That's because MTV is rebranding its high-def music channel and is renaming it "Palladia" - MTV / PRNewswire / press release

Copy of Brian Epstein's contract for managing The Beatles to be offered for sale next month. The four-page document is estimated to be worth about $480,000 - Telegraph U.K.

Eight-year-old guitar wiz told he's too young to play nightclubs - Associated Press

Florida Governor Charlie Crist directs the state's Office of Film & Entertainment to form a Music Recording Industry Task Force - Orlando Business Journal

NPR denies it was "rickrolled." - Wired

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Jazzy singer / songwriter Sonya Kitchell lines up the theatres and clubs for a September / October outing. New dates include Portland, Maine on September 26 at Big Easy, Philadelphia on October 3 at World Café Live, Ann Arbor, Michigan on October 9 at The Ark and October 22 in Portland, Oregon at Doug Fir Lounge.

The Feelies update with a couple of new listings for the Boston area. Catch 'em in Northampton at Academy of Music on October 10, and in Beantown on October 11 at The Roxy.

The Smithereens add scattered dates against a wide canvas by playing September 20 in Upper Montclair, New Jersey at Yogi Berra Stadium, Annapolis on January 1 at Rams Head On Stage and Fort Myers, Florida on February 14 at Centennial Park.

And Zappa Plays Zappa finds more towns and venues to play. New dates include October 18 & 19 in Chicago at Morse Theater, October 23 in Toronto at The Mod Club Theatre, October 27 in Alexandria, Virginia at Birchmere and October 30 & 31 in NYC at Blender Theatre At Gramercy.

During the last couple of hours we also updated the schedules for Zen Tricksters, The Hawaiian Bibles, Stone Temple Pilots, Terry Fator, The Calling, Sister Hazel, Randy Newman, Plan R, Paper Lions, Micky Dolenz, Jimmy Webb, Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone, Dungen, Dr. John and Amy Sky.

That's how the day has gone so far. Find out what the afternoon holds in store with Your Midday Update, coming up around 3 pm (PDT), from Pollstar.com!

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