Workin' For The Weekend …
Be sure to look for these news stories appearing over the weekend on Pollstar.com:
It's Time To Jam - NewSong headline the 2008 Winter Jam Tour Spectacular with a few friends along for the ride.
Kerrang! Live - Coheed And Cambria, Madina Lake, Fightstar and Circa Survive hit together in the U.K.
Bluesin' Up The Caribbean - The lineup for the January outing of the Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise features more than 30 artists.
A Sweet Tour - Dirty Sweet closes out the year with another round of U.S. dates.
And come Monday be sure to check out our new Hot Star featuring Two Gallants.
Here & There …
Jimmy Buffett, manatee savior - Associated Press
What's the difference between U2's Bono and New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg? One is a billionaire and philanthropist, and the other is a philanthropist and a billionaire - Associated Press
Peter Noone is proud to be a Hermit - The Courier News
Groovin' with John Cale - The Australian
Bob Dylan searches for someone "like a rolling stone" - The Irish Independent
Road stories from Meg (Of Meg & Dia) - Ottawa Sun
Christian-music artist Todd Agnew talks about crossing over - Macon's The Telegraph
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
Sandi Patty will be appearing in Indianapolis on several days during December as the artist hosts the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's Yuletide Celebration. We also posted more dates for the British comedy duo of Dawn French & Jennifer Saunders.
Krystal Meyers adds several new dates, ranging from Montana to Guatemala; Gold City books shows in Alabama, Louisiana, No. Carolina, Arkansas, Tennessee, Florida and Georgia for early 2008 and Bob Mould adds a DC date.
Aaron Wilburn has several new shows for Oklahoma, Alabama, Texas and Illinois for 2008. A Wilhelm Scream has a couple of new listings .
In earlier updates we alerted you to new dates for several artists and bands including Barry Manilow, "Kerrang Tour", Acid Mother's Temple, Dirty Sweet, Fair To Midland, From Autumn To Ashes, Fuel, Michael Buble, Nevertheless, Papa Mali, Rufus Wainwright, The Breakfast and Van Morrison.
And that wraps up another fun-filled and exciting week at Pollstar.com. You have your self a rockin' weekend and we'll look for you on Monday. Happy trails!