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The Closing Bell

05:01 PM Thursday 2/28/08 |   |

New dates for 3 Doors Down, Story Of The Year, The Manhattan Transfer and Reel Big Fish, plus items about Bruce Springsteen, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, Live Nation and Johann Sebastian Bach top off Thursday in your last update of the day!

Overnight Sensation …

The first step to a better life is to read the following items, scheduled to post between now and mid-morning tomorrow.

The Cribs Return To North America - The U.K. trio heads out for another run in support of its latest.

Just Peter (No Bjorn Or John) - The breakout indie band's frontman hits the road solo.

Link-O-Rama

Live Nation reports fourth quarter and full year 2007 results - Live Nation / PRNewswire

It's the audience that matters to The Boss - USA Today

Why spend days, weeks, even years building and managing your music collection when you can pay someone to do it for you? - The Times Online U.K.

This ain't your father's Bach - Experts use computer modeling and the composer's bones to come up with a different look for ol' Johann Sebastian - ABC News Australia

The Blind Boys of Alabama go back to where it all started - The Florida Times-Union / Associated Press

Looks like The Black Crowes' manager is still ticked off at Maxim for running that bogus review - Angelus Entertainment / PRNewswire

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

The new dates for 3 Doors Down are for March, April and May. Playing theatres, arenas, and even a stadium or two, look for the band in cities like Panama City (FL), Chattanooga (TN), North Charleston (NC) and Saint Augustine (FL) in March, Poplar Bluff (MO), Tempe (AZ), and Texarkana (AR) in April and Birmingham (AL) in May.

Story Of The Year updates with several new show listings for April. Playing mostly theatres and clubs, stops include Tucson (April 6), Denver (April 10), Chicago (April 14) and Cincinnati (April 19).

Safe to say, there is no one, we repeat, no one, quite like The Manhattan Transfer. The vocal group has been entertaining audiences since 1969 with its trademark mix of jazz, pop and big band stylings. New dates include April 25 (San Rafael, CA), June 7 (Atlantic City, NJ) and May 7 (Nashville, TN).

And we reeled in a Reel Big Fish update a couple of hours ago. New dates are for March and April and include shows in Aspen, Boulder, Baltimore and Potsdam, NY.

During the day we also updated the schedules for Ray Davies, Gloria Estefan, Lucero, Kathy Griffin, Joe Cocker, Head East, Steve Miller Band, Zapp, Rihanna, Minus The Bear, My Chemical Romance, Lightspeed Champion, James McMurtry, Guy Forsyth, Puddle Of Mudd, Richard Thompson, Steve Earle, Chevelle, KT Tunstall, In Flames, Missy Higgins, The Strawbs, Van Halen, Elvis Presley, James Brown and Jimi Hendrix (We just wanted to see if you were paying attention).

And that's our story for this fine, fine Thursday. Have a great evening and we look forward to sharing another adventure in concert data with you tomorrow. Good night.

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