The foreman just rang that ol' quittin' bell. That means there is just enough time to tell you about the new dates for Diamond Rio, Pete Doherty, The Von Bondies and Sam Roberts Band, and links to items about No Doubt’s summer tour, “fixing” the music industry, Sirius XM raising prices and the Taliban still hating music.
No Doubt doesn’t announce any dates, but does say Paramore will be the band’s special guest on this summer’s tour, and The Sounds, Janelle Monae and Bedouin Soundclash will support on select dates – NoDoubt.com
Is the music industry broken beyond repair? – PaidContent UK
Facing looming debt payments, Sirius XM plans to increase prices and charge for its online feed. Didn’t they say the Sirius / XM merger would result in lower prices? – Reuters
The Taliban demand an end to playing music on buses. Some things never change – Daily Times, Pakistan
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
Pete Doherty slots several March dates in the United Kingdom for March. The Babyshambles frontman (and regular Brit tabloid fixture) plays Cardiff on March 13 at Great Hall; Southampton on March 15 at Southampton Guildhall; Norwich on March 16 at Univ. Of East Anglia LCR-Union and Lincoln on March 17 at Engine Shed. Other March stops include Brighton, Folkestone, Leeds, Grimsby, Birmingham, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Glastonbury Festival, England.
June 24, 2007
Look for Diamond Rio to play the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson, Tennessee, on February 28. Other new listings include Baraboo, Wisconsin, at Ho Chunk Casino on March 15; Reinholds, Pennsylvania, at Reinholds Memorial Park on June 13 and Lanexa, Virginia, at Rockahock Campgrounds on August 22.
Sam Roberts Band has been getting great reviews for the current tour. New stops include March 25 in West Hollywood at Troubadour; March 26 in San Francisco at Cafe Du Nord; March 27 in Portland, Oregon, at Berbati's Pan and March 31 in Seattle at High Dive.
And we have several new March listings for The Von Bondies – The 8th in Seattle at Neumo's; the 9th in Portland at Doug Fir Lounge; the 10th in Victoria, British Columbia, at Lucky Bar; the 13th in San Francisco at Bottom Of The Hill; the 14th in West Hollywood at The Roxy Theatre; the 27th in Columbus, Ohio, at The Basement and the 28th in Detroit at St. Andrews Hall.
During the day we also updated the schedules for The Trews, The Rakes, Three 6 Mafia, The Wailers, Tom Jones, Tuck & Patti, The Gaslight Anthem, The Bellamy Brothers, Supersuckers, Stinking Lizaveta, Staind, Ronnie Baker Brooks, Robert Earl Keen, Powerman 5000, John Prine, Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Hoobastank, EOTO, Counting Crows, Cold, Chris Cagle, Cancer Bats, plus other fine bands and artists that you need to know about.
"MuchOnDemand," MuchMusic Studios, Toronto.
April 14, 2008
Thank you for accompanying us on today’s journey through the inner regions of the concert industry in our ever-continuing quest for new dates, and we hope you can join us tomorrow for another concert-info adventure. G’night!