Average Ticket Prices
Chvrches $23.30      Dierks Bentley $32.04      Fitz And The Tantrums $24.96      The Moody Blues $66.37      Hedley $44.65      The Wonder Years $17.82      Pepper $29.77      Bryan Adams $56.70      Excision $30.76      City and Colour $40.69      Steve Miller Band $58.85      The Steel Wheels $18.77      Pink Martini $49.92      Crizzly $23.24      Paper Diamond $21.04      The Devil Makes Three $20.17      Chromeo $30.32      The Black Lips $18.38      "DigiTour" $24.92      Neutral Milk Hotel $38.62      Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings $30.31      Trampled By Turtles $27.27      Nickel Creek $40.73      Bill Maher $61.47      Jim Brickman $40.81      Galactic $29.56      The Avett Brothers $46.18      Corey Smith $19.37      Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles $47.85      Michael Bublé $85.68      Cut Copy $30.46      Caked Up $20.23      SoMo $20.63      Poliça $20.48      Darkside $22.19      One Direction $84.06      Kirko Bangz $22.78      Randy Rogers Band $24.66      Bill Cosby $57.07      Phillip Phillips $38.98      Justin Timberlake $114.49      Memphis May Fire $17.36      Marc Anthony $96.27      Casting Crowns $31.22      John Legend $67.61      OneRepublic $35.27      Rod Stewart $102.92      Third Day $27.25      Slightly Stoopid $33.48      The Mavericks $42.15      
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News & Views

09:01 AM Friday 4/25/08 |   |

Phil Collins, Elton John, Mudcrutch and China in News. Paul Simon, Colin Meloy, Joe Jackson and EPMD in Views.

News …

China cancels music festival on short notice - The Guardian U.K.

Phil Collins casually announces his retirement - The Times Online U.K.

Attorneys for James Brown's estate take aim at Morgan Stanley - The New York Times (registration may be required)

Elton John on his motivation - ""I was always trying to please my father, but he really never got what I wanted to be and disapproved of it completely." - New York Daily News

Student-run Boston club draws raves from musicians - The Boston Globe

A few minutes with Mudcrutch - Los Angeles Times (registration may be required)

Views …

Paul Simon (and friends) in Brooklyn - "In an evening with many guest stars and some excellent performances, the focus never strayed from his wry and searching narrative voice." - The New York Times (registration may be required)

Colin Meloy in Madison - " … charmed a modest but enraptured crowd at the Barrymore Theater Wednesday night with his quirk, his humor and his unbelievable solo chops." - Wisconsin State Journal

Northern State in New England - " … delivered an engaging show fit for hip-hoppers, hipsters and indie rockers, and they treated fans like old friends." - Boston Herald

EPMD in St. Louis - " … people responded to the authentic old-school vibe." - Riverfront Times

Joe Jackson in the Windy City - "As one of rock's famously cantankerous characters and esoteric minds, Jackson, 57, appeared completely at ease, even cheery …" -Chicago Sun-Times

Tony Bennett in the Lone Star State - "…put on one of those shows that audience members will be talking about for years." - The Dallas Morning News

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

Jerry Leiber is 75

Stu Cook (Creedence Clearwater Revisited) is 63

Bjorn Ulvaeus (ABBA) is 63

Michael Brown (The Left Banke) is 59

Rob Crosby is 54

Andy Bell (Erasure) is 44

Eric Avery (Jane's Addiction) is 43

Jacob Underwood (O-Town) is 28

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