Overnight Sensation …
Don't do anything tomorrow until you've read the following two items scheduled to post within the next 14 hours. Well, you might want to turn on your computer first, but that's up to you.
Summertime Serenade - Secondhand Serenade hits the road for a club tour in support of its new release.
Peace, Love and Hippiefest - Break out the tie-dye. What better way to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Summer of Love than with Cream's Jack Bruce, Eric Burdon & The Animals, Janis Ian and more?
Kenny Chesney may not have wanted fans voting online for ACM's "Entertainer Of The Year" award, but that didn't stop him from using his MySpace page to urge his fans to vote for him - Associated Press
Related: CMT's editorial director defends Kenny Chesney's criticism regarding fans voting for ACM's "Entertainer Of The Year" award - CMT
Dutch anti-piracy group will ask judge to order BitTorrent tracker MiniNova to cease and desist - The Register U.K.
The long and winding road leading up to the R. Kelly trial - The New York Times (registration may be required)
Jonas Brothers play unannounced surprise gig at San Diego-area elementary school - San Diego Union-Tribune
Judge denies boy band mastermind Lou Pearlman's request for a delay of sentencing - Orlando Sentinel
Beatles-inspired garden draws Olivia Harrison, Ringo Starr and fans - Associated Press
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
New listings for Spiritualized are for both North America and the United Kingdom. New dates on the left side of the Atlantic include July 21 in Indianapolis, July 23 in Atlanta, July 25 in Washington, DC, and July 27 in New York. On the right side of the pond look for the band in places like Newcastle on October 9, Leeds on October 10, Oxford on October 13 and London on October 16.
Taylor Swift fills out her fall agenda with new October dates. Ms. Swift's calendar now includes Omaha (October 9), St. Paul (October 10), Green Bay (October 11), Chicago (October 12), Nashville (October 17), Columbia, SC (October 23) and Knoxville, TN (October 24).
We posted lots of new dates for Whiskey Falls today. Like June 27 (Grande Prairie, AB), July 5 (Kempton, PA), July 31 (Portland, OR), August 15 (Springfield, MO) and August 22 (Billings, MT).
And Radney Foster makes it in time for the final update with new ones for Colorado and Texas. Stops now include June 13 (Fort Worth, TX), July 31 (Denver, CO), August 23 (New Braunfels, TX) and August 28 (Austin, TX).
During the day we also updated the schedules for Jason Mraz, MxPx, Boys Like Girls, Naked and Shameless, Richard Shindell, Filter, Gil Scott-Heron, "Tony Hawk's Boom Boom HuckJam," Chris Smither, G.B.H., Martin Taylor, Gretchen Wilson, Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers, Tab Benoit, Kenny Rogers, Todd Rundgren, Black Diamond Heavies, Charlie Parr, Blue Rodeo, Bastard Sons Of Johnny Cash, Papa Mali, Montgomery Gentry, plus more bands and artists than most people can even imagine. But then, we're not like most people.
And that wraps up today's adventure in the land of concert data. Thank you for visiting and we hope you'll be able to spend some time with us tomorrow. G'night.