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Alton Brown $49.73      Keith Urban $52.62      One Direction $84.06      Phantogram $24.66      R5 $35.73      G-Eazy $18.41      Il Divo $67.62      Panic! At The Disco $34.27      Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band $64.27      Lake Street Dive $18.92      John Legend $68.30      Chevelle $27.55      Skillet $27.79      Skrillex $44.41      Paramore $39.07      Marc Cohn $44.76      Crizzly $23.38      Pink Floyd Experience $37.19      Imagine Dragons $39.11      Dailey & Vincent $24.63      Eli Young Band $28.69      John Hiatt $59.94      The Wild Feathers $14.16      The Wonder Years $17.62      Steep Canyon Rangers $54.74      Pepper $29.77      Third Day $27.25      Shakey Graves $14.48      Broken Bells $34.67      Brett Dennen $22.27      Jake Shimabukuro $34.63      Neko Case $35.73      Hunter Hayes $35.65      Shawn Colvin $49.72      Darius Rucker $42.25      Alice In Chains $49.44      ThePianoGuys $44.77      Hopsin $22.60      The Neighbourhood $26.10      Lady Antebellum $55.12      Bruno Mars $82.83      Backstreet Boys $49.34      Bill Cosby $57.15      Slightly Stoopid $33.48      Tesseract $14.43      Zoé $35.50      Disclosure $27.54      Reel Big Fish $20.78      Jake Owen $35.18      Tedeschi Trucks Band $53.42      
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The Closing Bell

05:05 PM Monday 10/22/07 |   |

It's quitting time at the ol' Pollstar.com corral, but try telling that to our tour data experts. Heck, if it were up to them, they'd crank out dates for all artists big and small every minute of every hour of every day. But the International Brotherhood of Concert Forensic Examiners states they have to have at least one hour of break time during every 25 hour work shift.

So while our staff recharges for another fun-filled day of typing dates, punching in venues and learning how to spell complex city names like Fargo, Buffalo and Taft, here's your final update.

Our overnight crew is busy prepping the following stories for late night / early morning distribution:

How's The Weather? All about My American Heart and the band's busy fall schedule.

Schwiinnng! Austin doom rockers The Sword.

Meanwhile, back on the Web…

Paul McCartney says his memory is "almost full." - New York Post / Associated Press

Motown's 50th anniversary party brings out the stars - The Detroit News

A look at music memorabilia in "Recycled Rock" - Indianapolis Star

Doc Walker wins big at the Western Canadian Music Awards - The Canadian Press

Beyonce helps celebrate Ethiopia millennium - BBC News

The folks behind Guitar Hero have partnered with Electronic Arts to bring you "Rock Band." YouTube videos featuring rock star wannabes playing faux instruments sure to follow - AFP

Hand-painted guitars signed by real rock stars - NME

Tour dates, tour dates and more tour dates…

More dates for Adema, Alien Sex Fiend and Alix Olson today, and those are just the artists beginning with the letter "A." Which means we have at least 25 more letters to knock off before we head out for happy hour.

BulletBoys have a mess of new dates, including new show listings for Nevada, Michigan, Ohio and New York; Chick Corea in Canada and Daughtry in Florida.

Eric Lindell in Charleston, Flobots in Denver and Guy Forsyth in Texas and New York.

H is for Hello Dave in Grand Rapids, Mich.; I is for Indigenous in Chicago and Omaha and J is for Jay-Z in Baltimore and NYC.

K is for Kings Of Leon in Australia and New Zealand; L is for standup comic Louis C.K. and M is for Madball in South America and Europe.

N is for No Justice in Texas and Oklahoma; O is for Ozzy Osbourne in Australia and P is for Poco in Asbury Park.

Q is for Que Mando in Arvada, Colorado, R is for Reverend Horton Heat in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Ontario and S is for silverchair in Louisiana, Florida, South Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, Indiana, Illinois and New York.

T is for Tim Reynolds in Plains, Penn.; U is for Union 13 in Los Angeles and V is for all upper case band VAST in New York, Massachusetts, California, Oregon, Washington and Arizona.

W is for War in Anaheim, X is for X in California and Y is for Yngwie Malmsteen in South America.

And Z is for Zach Deputy in Kentucky, New York and Connecticut.

Whew! To be honest, we never thought we'd make it through the alphabet. But it's easy when you do it in alphabetical order and not in reverse order like that cop made us do last night.

Oh, and here's a little something for the drive home. See ya!

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