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The Closing Bell

05:01 PM Tuesday 1/13/09 | |

Wrapping up Titillating Tuesday we have new listings for Asia, Jesse McCartney, Mudvayne and Webb Wilder, and links to items about Lil’ Kim, Bruce Springsteen, Zunes and Virgin Megastores.

Link-O-Rama …

Lil’ Kim isn’t too happy about the way she’s portrayed in the Notorious B.I.G. film biopic “Notorious” – Associated Press

Springsteen proves “Guitar Hero: World Tour” is born to run – Game Informer

Virgin Megastore in New York City’s Times Square to close in April – Filter Magazine

Despite rumors of Zune’s demise, Microsoft insists it hasn’t given up on the music player – Silicon Valley Insider

Dates, Dates & More Dates …

It’s Asia in Europe as the band updates today with new dates for Bulgaria, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic and United Kingdom. Details include a March 22 show in Sofia, Bulgaria, at the National Palace of Culture. Two days later the band plays Rolling Stone on March 24 in Milan, Italy. March 25 brings them to Zurich for a gig at the Volkshaus. April 4 has them at the Stodola Club in Warsaw; April 5 puts them in Zlin, Czech Republic, at the Masters of Rock Café and April 16 is Harrogate, England at Royal Hall.

Jesse McCartney has several new listings for February and March. Stops include February 13 in Dallas at Palladium Ballroom; February 21 in Cincinnati at Bogart’s; February 27 in Boston at House Of Blues; March 3 in Atlanta at Center Stage and March 10 in San Diego at House Of Blues. Other towns on the schedule include St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cleveland, New York, Tampa, Orlando and West Hollywood.

  • Jesse McCartney

    102.7 KIIS-FM Jingle Ball, Honda Center, Anaheim, Calif.
    December 6, 2008

    (Jen Lowery / Startraksphoto.com)

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More new dates for Mudvayne! Like March 3 in Hartford, Connecticut, at Webster Theatre; March 6 in Richmond, Virginia, at The National; March 15 in Tampa at The Ritz and March 17 in New Orleans at House Of Blues.

And we have a few Oasis additions – March 20 in Chiba City, Japan, at Makuhari Messe; april 1 in Seoul, South Korea, at Chamsil Olympic Stadium and April 7 in Hong Kong at AsiaWorld-Arena.

During the day we also updated the schedules for Mark Chesnutt, Naked Karate Girls, Neal McCoy, Passafire, Papa Roach, Mikey D, Livingston Taylor, Los Lobos, Lee Ann Womack, Lani Hall, Lady GaGa, Justin Jones, Jon McLaughlin, Joe Ely, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Herb Alpert, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Cracker, Cowboy Mouth, Cold War Kids, Branford Marsalis, Barrington Levy, plus all the artists and bands you love. Unconditionally.

That’s a wrap for Tuesday, January 13, 2009. Thank you for being our friend today and we hope you can join us tomorrow for another breathtaking journey into the depths of concert data. G’night!


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