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Diarrhea Planet $13.25      Nicki Minaj $45.00      Deftones $36.07      The Districts $14.62      "Welcome To Night Vale" $27.14      Allen Stone $25.64      2Cellos $37.95      Fifth Harmony $37.53      Slightly Stoopid $30.73      Mat Kearney $27.89      Britney Spears $137.07      Volbeat $40.03      A Skylit Drive $14.88      Damien Rice $46.07      Def Leppard $52.64      Here Come The Mummies $26.34      Luke Bryan $55.67      "Dancing With The Stars" $59.52      George Thorogood & The Destroyers $44.46      The Australian Bee Gees Show $40.47      The English Beat $29.10      August Burns Red $22.70      One Direction $79.82      Moon Hooch $15.13      David Sedaris $44.64      Robert Earl Keen $33.45      Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors $18.15      Odesza $28.44      Above & Beyond $42.25      Third Day $33.27      Twiztid $22.67      Darius Rucker $31.37      Mastodon $31.96      Dirty Heads $26.46      Rodney Carrington $47.50      The Avett Brothers $49.39      Gov't Mule $39.45      Clutch $31.78      John Fogerty $66.04      Martin Sexton $30.39      All Time Low $29.00      Boz Scaggs $63.30      Straight No Chaser $44.72      New Kids On The Block $60.32      Blue Man Group $55.30      Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox $31.76      Diana Krall $75.20      Of Monsters And Men $37.67      Lee Ann Womack $34.72      Falling In Reverse $22.85      
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