Average Ticket Prices
Taylor Swift $84.89      Willie Nelson $56.42      Between The Buried And Me $20.38      Pat Metheny Unity Group $61.14      Bob Dylan $55.63      ThePianoGuys $38.07      Bassnectar $35.92      Boz Scaggs $64.60      Hanson $30.78      Heart $42.61      A Day To Remember $34.61      Drake $78.73      Garrison Keillor $50.67      RL Grime $19.80      Asking Alexandria $27.92      Pepper $25.90      The Wonder Years $16.43      The Polish Ambassador $16.71      Old Crow Medicine Show $35.48      Lucius $13.73      Pink $86.43      The Beach Boys $54.29      The Band Perry $41.63      Jim Brickman $40.82      "So You Think You Can Dance" $52.82      Crizzly $22.92      Sick Puppies $18.15      Merle Haggard $49.45      KISS $85.80      Aaron Lewis $30.67      B.B. King $58.85      Michael Franti $35.87      The "Happy Together" Tour $47.68      Bruno Mars $71.42      fun. $38.29      Third Day $28.51      Tedeschi Trucks Band $53.01      Kanye West $85.67      Phish $54.55      Juanes $53.17      Ladysmith Black Mambazo $30.67      Lamb Of God $33.24      Paramore $36.91      Rodney Carrington $51.84      Hot Tuna $45.19      Tommy Emmanuel $38.91      DevilDriver $23.01      Celtic Thunder $61.09      Train $32.73      George Strait $92.79      
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The Closing Bell

05:01 PM Thursday 1/17/08 |   |

New dates for The Frantic, Michael Fracasso, Little Man Tate and Onslaught, plus items about Morrissey, bugging device in Brit TV talent / reality show and the Oregon woman who filed a lawsuit against StubHub are all in your final update of the day from Pollstar.com!

Overnight Sensation …

Our overnight crew is threatening to lock us in a room and make us listen to Partridge Family bootleg recordings for 48 hours if you don't read their latest items. Please, show some mercy and take a moment to read their fine articles like the following:

These Dolls Have Real Attitude - The New York Dolls gear up for a North American run.

All Roads Lead To Ego Likeness - The darkwave duo begins an ambitious cross-country trek in support of a series of new releases.

Here & There …

They say "only the strong survive." But is EMI that strong? The Wall Street Journal

Head of one of the biggest record retailers in the world says recording industry's problems are "overdone" - Guardian U.K.

Bugging device found under judges' table at Britain's "Got Talent" TV show - The Times Online

Portland, OR, woman sues Stubhub, claiming company violated city's anti-scalping laws - KGW / Associated Press

Why is Morrissey miserable? - Telegraph U.K.

Music used to make Stacey Gayle sick. Now, after surgery, Gayle can again listen to her favorite artists - Newsday / Associated Press

Dates, Dates & More Dates ...

Singer / songwriter Michael Fracasso leaves his Texas stomping grounds to travel to London in April. Other new dates include Memphis on February 23 and Tampa on February 29; The Frantic have several new February and March engagements. Cities include Brooklyn, Atlanta, Tallahassee and Little Rock; Little Man Tate plays the U.K. in March and Onslaught terrorizes Europe in March and April.

During the day we also updated the schedules for Lifehouse, The Futureheads, Agent Orange, Joe D'Urso, Todd Snider, Bob Mould, The Benjy Davis Project, Tim McGraw, The Presidents Of The United States Of America, The Gutter Twins, The A-Sides, Randy Crouch, Regina Spektor, Rascal Flatts, Pinback, Mike Doughty, Mary Gauthier, Lucy Wainwright Roche, Jack Jones, Jill Sobule, Heart, Crosby Loggins, Blue Oyster Cult, The Devil Wears Prada, Portugal. The Man, Pierce The Veil, Mustard's Retreat, Los Amigos Invisibles, Foghat, Gabriel Rios, Keb' Mo', A Flock Of Seagulls, "Gathering Of The Vibes" plus thousands of artists and bands who are so famous and successful that we need not mention their names because you already know who they are.

And that's another Thursday wrap! Time to strike the set, send the talent home and prepare for another day. Thank you for spending some time with us. Goodnight, and have a pleasant tomorrow.

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