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The Story So Far

10:01 AM Thursday 1/10/08 | |

New dates for British Sea Power, Willie Nelson and The Whigs jump start the ol' ticker in your first update of the day from Pollstar.com!

British Sea Power sure is getting a lot of attention these days for its latest album, Do You Like Rock Music? You can see what all the fuss is about as the band lays out a very extensive U.S. tour for February and March. Markets include San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland, St. Louis, Omaha, Minneapolis and Seattle.

We just posted almost three dozen new dates for The Whigs. Time frame is January, February and March and the dates include stops in Baltimore, Little Rock, Memphis, Indianapolis and Nashville.

Maybe there's an another universe, a parallel existence, so to speak, where Willie Nelson just sits back and reflects on his glorious career. But in our world it's work, work, work for the red headed stranger. Willie's new dates include shows in Paris and London across the pond and St. Louis, Green Bay and Milwaukee plus an appearance at this year's Bonnaroo.

During the first 90 minutes of biz we also updated the schedules for Watermelon Slim, Unknown Hinson, The Click Five, Soulja Boy, April Wine, Alex Cuba Band, Art Of Dying, Curtis Salgado, John Waite, Eddie Money, Kid Rock and Lisa Lampanelli.

And it's still early! More dates yet to come in your Midday Update, scheduled for around 12 noon (PST), from Pollstar.com!