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Hunter Hayes $29.07      Boz Scaggs $64.60      Jake Shimabukuro $36.32      Ladysmith Black Mambazo $30.67      Rebelution $27.45      Pentatonix $27.59      Miranda Lambert $44.28      Hayes Carll $23.04      Railroad Earth $31.56      Lynyrd Skynyrd $35.18      Title Fight $14.01      The "Happy Together" Tour $47.68      Jake Bugg $22.61      Lyle Lovett $57.86      Trans-Siberian Orchestra $54.20      Frank Turner $21.13      Willie Nelson $56.42      Gordon Lightfoot $45.49      Eagles $127.98      Elton John $108.30      Black Sabbath $70.19      ZZ Top $55.75      The Killers $50.64      City and Colour $32.17      Michael Bublé $84.22      Phish $54.55      Buddy Guy $50.65      Luke Bryan $40.32      Between The Buried And Me $20.38      Keith Urban $50.84      Fall Out Boy $35.40      Juanes $53.17      A$AP Rocky $26.74      Paper Diamond $19.92      Lady Antebellum $58.79      Greensky Bluegrass $19.41      Pink Martini $52.59      Kenny Chesney $76.48      Macklemore & Ryan Lewis $39.46      Atmosphere $28.25      SOJA $27.78      Michael Franti $35.87      Neutral Milk Hotel $35.19      Old Crow Medicine Show $35.48      Salute To Vienna $73.49      Zac Brown Band $53.04      Carrie Underwood $65.40      Bill Burr $36.84      Vince Gill $62.40      The Moody Blues $70.01      
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Midday Update

10:01 AM Friday 10/19/07 |   |

Westlife continues to conquer the UK; Deep Dark Woods cruises Canada and Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys add 2008 dates. Grab your chair and brace yourself. Your midday update is about to begin!

They can't get enough of Westlife in the United Kingdom as the group slots 4 more 2008 dates; Shawn Pander has a new club tour and The Fire Apes will play New York's Int'l Pop Overthrow Festival.

The band that never stops working - Savoy Brown Feat. Kim Simmonds - has more dates; Deep Dark Woods will cast their shade over Canada and Acid Mother's Temple looks ahead to next year.

Look for Soul Asylum in Atlanta next month; Eyes Set To Kill set on playing Fresno (they must love raisins) and other California markets and Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys add a couple of dates for 008.

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