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The Closing Bell

05:01 PM Thursday 4/10/08 |   |

New dates for Elton John, Israel Vibration, Less Than Jake and Loretta Lynn, plus items about Paul McCartney, Dolly Parton, Green Day and all the music that's fit for dogs!

Overnight Sensation …

The following items scheduled to post between now and sometime tomorrow morning mean we can afford to run our servers for at least one more day.

Heaven Is A Ticket To The Regeneration Tour - The Human League, Belinda Carlisle, ABC and several other '80s icons hit the road together this summer.

Asia Takes Flight - All four original members have finished work on their first new release in 25 years and are preparing to hit the road.

Link-O-Rama …

Paul McCartney to play Halifax? - CBC

It's true! Green Day confirms it is also Foxboro Hot Tubs. In other news, mild-mannered reporter for large metropolitan newspaper denies he's muscle-bound flying freak - MTV

Dolly Parton's newest BFF? The American Bald Eagle - Associated Press

Is music going to the dogs? - Louisville Courier-Journal

Colorado man claims head injury turned him into a musical prodigy - MyFox Colorado

Ladies and gentlemen, the legendary Eartha Kitt - The Times Online U.K.

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Whoa! It's been a while since we've listed a new tour for Israel Vibration. But there it is in all its pixel glory. Playing clubs during the late spring and summer dates include June 14 (Atlanta, GA), June 20 (Columbus, OH), July 3 (Flagstaff, AZ), July 6 & 7 (Solana Beach, CA) and July 10 (Fort Bragg, CA).

Less Than Jake is also conquering America this summer. Newly posted listings include June 18 (Fort Lauderdale, FL), June 23 (Baltimore, MD), July 2 (Chicago, IL), July 8 (Cleveland, OH) and July 25 (San Francisco, CA).

More than just a country legend, Loretta Lynn is a genuine American institution. Today's update shows Ms. Lynn playing Ashland, KY, on November 14 and December 4 in Verona, NY.

Finally, we have a few new Europe listings for Elton Hercules John - November 29 (Copenhagen), December 1 (Helsinki), December 4 (Stockholm) and December 5 (Oslo).

During the day we also updated the schedules for Motorhead, Willie Nelson, The Breeders, Carole King, Ace Frehley, David Essex, The Raconteurs, Supernova, Phil Lesh & Friends, Vince Gill, Melissa Etheridge, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Roots, Musiq Soulchild, Ministry, Chaka Khan, KEM, John Waite, The Felice Brothers, Lyle Lovett, Celtic Woman, Eddie Money, k.d. lang, Keller Williams, Steve Forbert, Testament, Joey Gilmore, 38 Special, Emerson Drive, Hoots And Hellmouth, Royal Crown Revue, plus more artists and bands than you'll find anywhere else in the Alpha Quadrant.

And that's the way it all went down today. Stay tough. G'night.

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