Working For The Weekend …
Our weekend staff has put together the following stories for your approval:
Dean & Britta By The Numbers - The former Luna members head out in support of their Zöe/Rounder debut.
Band Of Horses Stampedes Into The New Year - The band adds a bunch of early 2008 dates to its calendar.
Christmas With Tanya Tucker - The singer brings a holiday show to selected cities with some help from some old pals of The King.
Our HotStar next week will be Bettye Lavette
Here & There ...
Who's afraid of the RIAA? Not the state of Oregon - Computerworld
Have you heard about those earphones that are supposed to protect your hearing? What's that? You can't hear us? HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT … Oh, just click on the attribution - ABC News
Q&A with Dane Cook - San Jose Mercury News
Jimi Hendrix memorabilia rakes in the big bucks at auction - San Francisco Examiner / Associated Press
Led Zeppelin memories - The Daily Telegraph
Nikki Sixx talks about The Heroin Diaries - The Sun
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
L.A. Guns has new 2008 dates with cities like San Diego, Austin and San Antonio; Limbeck looks like it will be pretty busy in February and Howard Jones adds Annapolis, MD, and Greenville, SC, to his January plans.
Glenn Tilbrook looks ahead to next fall and books a long string of U.K. dates for October; look for Jason Isbell in places like New York, Philly, Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles and Buffalo in early 2008; W.A.S.P. buzz down to Australia in April and Buck 65 will be all over Europe during the first few months of '08.
During the day we updated the schedules for Radiohead, Saosin, Andy Zipf, Joe Satriani, Boyz II Men, Girls Aloud, The Tubes Feat. Fee Waybill, Rob Zombie, Michael Tolcher, RAQ, Lisa Lampanelli, Rufus Wainwright, Kataklysm, Gordon Lightfoot, Slick Rick, Stockholm Syndrome, Vince Neil, Wu-Tang Clan, Morrissey, Pam Tillis, Gogol Bordello, Tower Of Power, Bleu Edmondson, Classic Rock All Stars, Confederate Railroad, Dan Whitaker & The Shinebenders, Sammy Kershaw, RZA, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, The Cribs, The Black Amps, Phil Lesh & Friends, Jack Ingram, John Pizzarelli, Tiger Army, Ministry plus more bands and artists than there are stars in the sky, grains of sand on the beach, and guitar pickers in Nashville.
And that wraps up the last week in November. Have yourself a safe and sane weekend and we'll look for your happy mug eyeballing our page come Monday. Arrivederci!