So much new stuff for you this afternoon we hardly know where to begin. So we flipped a few coins, threw a few darts, asked the old man pushing the shopping cart past our front gates and decided to start with Drive-By Truckers. New dates include September 13 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at Revolution; September 17 in Columbia, South Carolina, at Headliners Mainstage; September 19 in Norfolk, Virginia, at NorVA and October 1 in Oxford, Mississippi, at The Lyric Oxford.
Indigo Girls also have several new September dates on the ol' touring calendar. Like Spartanburg, South Carolina, on September 11 at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium; Baltimore, Maryland, on September 17 at Rams Head Live!, Troy, New York, on September 20 at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall and October 4 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, at The State Theatre. Other towns added today include Stamford, Connecticut, Geneva, New York and Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
Josh Rouse updates today with new dates for both coasts. On September 17 & 18 the singer / songwriter will play Joe's Pub in New York City. On September 23 & 24 the place is Largo and the city is Los Angeles and September 26 puts Mr. Rouse in San Francisco at Swedish American Hall. The artist will also play a few flyover stops - Chicago on October 10 at Old Town School Of Folk Music, Milwaukee on October 11 at Turner Hall Ballroom and Minneapolis on October 12 at Cedar Cultural Center.
And instrumental band Toubab Krewe adds new listings for September, October and November. Particulars include Greenville, SC, on September 19, Pittsburgh, PA, on September 26, Cleveland, OH, on September 27, Philadelphia, PA, on October 4 and Boulder, CO, on November 13.
During the last couple of hours we also updated the schedules for The Jimmie Van Zant Band, Victorian Halls, Tuck & Patti, Steve Earle, Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers, Will Hoge, Taj Mahal, The Hill Country Revue, The Human Value, Solas, Ryan Shupe & The Rubberband, Johnny Cooper, Keith Anderson, Mark Chesnutt, Jeff Bates, Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Jason Aldean, James McMurtry, Earl Thomas Conley, Crabb Revival, Buffalo Killers, Bob Mould, Anchormen, Aaron Wilburn and Aaron & Amanda Crabb.
And that takes us to the final stretch as our 4,391 researchers rush to assemble coherent listings from all the concert data dropped on our loading dock during the day. Don't miss your last update of the day - The Closing Bell - coming up around 5 pm (PDT), from Pollstar.com!