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The Closing Bell

05:49 PM Tuesday 11/18/08 | |

Concluding the Tuesday adventure in concert data we have new dates for Thievery Corporation, Of Montreal and Shawn Colvin, and links to items about cars that match your iPod, the “Guitar Praise” game, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen doing the Q&A and the multi-CD set from Dr. Hunter S. Thompson.

Overnight Sensation …

The following items will post sometime during the next 18 hours. Why “sometime?” Hey, life would be boring if we removed all the mystery.

All Aboard The Santa Train – Come Saturday Kathy Mattea will join a very exclusive club. The club of country music artists who have ridden the Santa Train.

On The Road With 'Seinfeld' - Can't get enough of Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer? Pining for black & white cookies, killer envelopes, marble ryes and yada, yada, yada? Well pack your puffy shirt and head for Sin City.

Link-O-Rama …

Rather than buy an iPod for your car, wouldn't you rather buy a car for your iPod? – CNET

If you’ve been looking for a game like “Guitar Hero,” but with a Christian perspective, “Guitar Praise” just might satisfy your music-lovin’ soul – CNET / Crave

The world will never get enough of the wit and wisdom that was Dr. Hunter S. Thompson. Now available in a 5-CD set – Wired / Underwire

Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen shreds a Q&A – Dallas Observer

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

Thievery Corporation updates today with new dates for Canada and the U.S. Newly posted listings include January 17 through 29 in Washington, DC, at the 9:30 Club; February 20 in Chicago at Riviera Theatre; February 21 in Toronto at Kool Haus and February 27 in Baltimore at Rams Head Live!

Of Montreal lines up new shows for Europe and the U.K. January 20 puts the band in Berlin at Kesselhaus. On January 23 the city is Utrecht, Netherlands, and the venue is Tivoli. January 26 is Glasgow at Oran Mor; January 27 is Belfast, Northern Ireland (venue TBA) and January 31 is Paris, France, at Le Bataclan

Finally, Shawn Colvin has a few upcoming appearances of note – February 5 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, at The Forum Auditorium; February 6 in Glenside, Pennsylvania, at the Keswick Theatre; February 8 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, at The Music Hall, February 10 in Torrington, Connecticut, at Warner Theatre; February 19 in Baltimore, Maryland, at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall; February 21 in Kingston, New York, at UPAC Broadway Theatre and February 22 in Boston at Orpheum Theatre.

During the day we also updated the schedules for Alkaline Trio, Death Cab For Cutie, Jeff Dunham, David Byrne, Element, Foreigner, Dragonforce, Tony Bennett, George Jones, Negative, Paul Weller, Saga, Spiritualized, The Hives, Pink, Harper, Kenny G, Lykke Li, Fear Before, John Hiatt, plus millions of artists and bands, some of which are so indie, so obscure, they never put out CDs and they never play any dates.

That’s a wrap for the third Titillating Tuesday of November. Thank you for spending some of your precious Web time on our site and we hope we can serve you again in the near future. G’night.

 

 

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