Average Ticket Prices
Of Mice & Men $22.45      George Thorogood & The Destroyers $50.60      Alan Jackson $54.79      Spoon $35.58      Circa Survive $21.32      Lil' Dicky $18.73      Theresa Caputo $64.35      A Skylit Drive $14.88      Doobie Brothers $56.00      Damien Rice $45.77      Punch Brothers $32.86      Miranda Lambert $45.53      Dierks Bentley $39.82      Here Come The Mummies $23.71      SuicideGirls $24.38      Cirque du Soleil - "Varekai" $61.34      "DigiTour" $26.34      Gregory Alan Isakov $20.97      Get The Led Out - American Led Zeppelin $28.90      Zoso - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience $16.70      Martin Sexton $36.16      G-Eazy $26.40      Hozier $31.37      Sam Smith $53.06      Sylvan Esso $15.77      Bob Dylan $92.21      Silverstein $18.34      Rodney Carrington $47.27      Fleetwood Mac $128.69      Jim Brickman $39.86      Donny & Marie Osmond $91.13      Tech N9ne $30.26      Aaron Pritchett $29.24      The Beach Boys $54.80      Who's Bad - The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute $20.68      Keys N Krates $19.40      Blue Man Group $55.59      Todd Rundgren $43.46      Lettuce $22.68      Austin Mahone $48.69      Crowder $25.70      Jason Mraz $65.07      Steve Aoki $41.49      Nahko And Medicine For The People $20.65      Harry Connick Jr. $87.72      Juan Gabriel $98.17      Reel Big Fish $21.79      In Flames $28.94      The Mowgli's $17.88      Luke Bryan $54.69      
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News & Views

09:01 AM Monday 4/7/08 | |

Juno Awards, Beatles, Luciano Pavarotti and Snoop Dogg in News. Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, Okkervil River and Doug Kershaw in Views.

News …

Juno Awards fall in love with Feist - Toronto Star

Los Angeles Times retracts entire Tupac Shakur story. Paper says it wasn't "credible" - Los Angeles Times (registration may be required)

Release of early Beatles tapes delayed - Associated Press

Memoir claims Pavarotti faked his last performance - The Times Online U.K.

Britain challenges court decision allowing Snoop Dogg to enter country - Associated Press

A few minutes with Gnarls Barkley - The New York Times (registration may be required)

Views …

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band in San Jose - " ... seemed like he was having a blast being onstage on Saturday ..." - San Jose Mercury News - (registration may be required)

Jackson Browne in Providence - " … resulted in was a romp through his back catalogue of the type that most artists say they 'wish' they could do but in recent years only Elton John has done."The Providence Journal

Ray Davies in Philadelphia - " … looked in fine form: trim, dressed in a stylish suit coat and crisp white shirt, his modish bob spiked." - The Philadelphia Inquirer

B.B. King in Fort Worth - "He's a certifiable legend, closing in on six decades of making music, but he's far from ready for mothballs." - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Okkervil River in Dallas - "The Austin-based Okkervil brought its indefinable passions to the Granada on Saturday night and showed that the best sounds still fall outside the realm of easy classification." - The Dallas Morning News (registration may be required)

Doug Kershaw in Greeley, CO - " … he danced around the stage like a man half his age." - Greeley Tribune

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

Ravi Shankar is 88

Bobby Bare is 73

Charlie Thomas (The Drifters) is 71

Patricia Bennett (Chiffons) is 61

John Oates (Daryl Hall & John Oates) is 59

John Dittrich (Restless Heart) is 57

Janis Ian is 57

Mark Kibble (Take 6) is 44

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