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The Story So Far

10:01 AM Thursday 7/3/08 | |

Lots of stuff for you this morning! Like new dates for Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Wonder, The Felice Brothers and Vince Gill - and that's just for starters!

Lindsey Buckingham dates! The man who helped turned Fleetwood Mac into a pop powerhouse 30-plus years ago hits the road in September and October. Dates include September 7 in Saratoga, California; September 14 in Los Angeles; September 18 in Phoenix; September 22 in Salt Lake City; September 29 in St. Louis; October 17 in Boston and October 19 in New York City. Other cities on the tour include Seattle, Portland (Oregon), San Francisco, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Chicago and Atlantic City.

Stevie Wonder heads south of the equator for a series of shows in Australia and New Zealand. Like Perth on October 14 at the Burswood Dome; Adelaide on October 16 at the Entertainment Centre and Melbourne on October 19 at the Rod Laver Arena. Other stops include Sydney and Brisbane in Australia, and Christchurch, and Auckland in New Zealand.

Vince Gill adds a few dates for December and January. New ones include December 4 in Manchester, New Hampshire, and January 15 - 17 in Nashville.

The Felice Brothers fill in a few calendar openings for September - September 11 in Albany, NY; September 12 in Ithaca, NY and September 16 in Atlanta. The Bros also add October 28 for Boulder, Colorado.

During the first 90 minutes of biz we tried to figure out how to get out of work early and start our holiday weekend (right now we're considering either pointing a gun at our corporate overlords, or just setting fire to their SUVs) while updating the schedules for The Mighty Underdogs, The Radiators, Tuck & Patti, The Wonder Bread 5, Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience, Jeff Pitchell, G.B.H., Craig Ferguson, Amy Grant, Clutch, Flobots, Harry Manx and Johnny Winter.

But that's just the tip off the ol' iceberg lettuce as far as we're concerned, and we have more dates yet to process, steam, press and post before the day is over. Don't miss your Midday Update, coming up around noon (PDT), from Pollstar.com!

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