Average Ticket Prices
The War On Drugs $23.21      J.J. Grey & Mofro $24.24      Gabriel Iglesias $55.34      Torche $20.11      George Canyon $44.17      Mother Mother $27.72      Mastodon $31.28      SuicideGirls $24.38      "DigiTour" $26.93      The New Pornographers $29.15      Bad Suns $15.51      The Gaslight Anthem $30.05      Def Leppard $61.29      Matisyahu $28.71      John Mellencamp $89.76      In This Moment $24.09      Citizen Cope $39.71      August Burns Red $23.07      Charlie Wilson $72.31      Ricardo Arjona $76.22      Dailey & Vincent $26.36      Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles $52.81      James Taylor $79.60      Yelawolf $23.21      The Ghost Inside $17.96      Little Big Town $40.37      Arlo Guthrie $47.58      Alabama Shakes $39.80      The English Beat $28.12      Rittz $21.64      Clint Black $49.06      Mötley Crüe $72.40      Streetlight Manifesto $19.84      Juan Gabriel $96.11      The Beach Boys $54.51      Ladysmith Black Mambazo $45.21      The Tragically Hip $56.32      Bryan Adams $58.52      Zoso - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience $16.87      Gwar $21.81      Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox $25.32      Sam Smith $55.18      Diana Krall $78.83      Paula Poundstone $34.03      Third Day $29.91      "So You Think You Can Dance" $55.04      Brit Floyd $41.85      The Stray Birds $15.09      Silverstein $18.34      Interpol $33.60      
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News & Views

09:01 AM Monday 2/25/08 | |

Herbie Hancock, Peter Tork, Alan Jackson and bootleg concert videos in News. Carrie Underwood, Linkin Park and Miranda Lambert in Views.

News …

Bootleg videos and cell phone cameras – shoot at your own risk – Columbus Dispatch

How long is "too long" between albums? – The Times Online U.K.

Herbie Hancock’s Grammy surprise – Los Angeles Times / Calendar Live (registration may be required)

Alan Jackson proves there is more "under the hat" – The New York Times (registration may be required)

AC/DC’s Bon Scott immortalized in stone – The Courier Mail

Ask Peter Tork. No, really. Go ahead and ask him. The former Monkee has an online advice column – The Daily Panic / press release

Views …

Carrie Underwood in Pittsburgh – " … prepare to see a lot of Carrie Underwood in the future." - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Angelique Kidjo in Victoria, British Columbia – "Her ebullient dancing and R&B growl would fit right in beside Otis Redding or Sam and Dave on a Stax tour of the 1960s." Times Colonist

Linkin Park in London, Ontario – "It wasn't just any walk in the park at the jammed John Labatt Centre last night." – London Free Press

Barry Manilow in Miami – "the road version of Barry Manilow's Las Vegas Hilton show is a tastefully over-the-top spectacle capable of inspiring a little goofy spectacle in anyone." – Palm Beach Post

Miranda Lambert in the Twin Cities – "she came across at turns like Dolly Parton and Lita Ford, the 1980s blonde bombshell rocker." - Minneapolis / St. Paul Star Tribune (registration may be required)

Carrie Newcomer in Virginia – "… played gorgeous, bright melodies on acoustic guitar as she lyrically explored the territory between the mind and the soul …" – The Washington Post

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

Ralph Stanley is 81

Elkie Brooks is 63

Stuart "Woody" Wood (Bay City Rollers) is 51

Mike Peters (The Alarm) is 50

Justin Jeffre (98 Degrees) is 35

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