Remember! The weekend doesn’t officially start until you eyeball the new dates for LoCash Cowboys, Starship Starring Mickey Thomas, Lucero and New Found Glory, and follow the links to items about Grammy rehearsals, Andy Warhol album covers, Amy Winehouse’s divorce and turning your iPod into a heart monitor.
Amy Winehouse says her soon-to-be ex-husband Blake won’t get a penny of her fortune – Mirror U.K.
Glastonbury Festival, England.
June 28, 2008
Have you ever wondered what rehearsals for the Grammy Awards are like? – Los Angeles Times
Wanna turn your iPod into a heart monitor? Sure you do. After all, who wouldn’t want to? – Wired / Gadget Lab
Looking for examples of Andy Warhol’s art? Try looking through your music collection – San Francisco Chronicle
Dates, Dates & More Dates …
LoCash Cowboys update today with new dates for April, June, July, August and September. Stops include April 24 in Tampa at The Round-Up; a to-be-announced venue for a June 12 date in Eldorado, Kansas; ditto for July 31 in Osage, Iowa; August 29 in Marion, Illinois, at Rent One Park and September 5 in Austin, Minnesota, at Torge's Live.
Ala Carte Event Pavillion in Tampa Fla.
December 13, 2008
Lucero updates with a hefty April list of dates. Look for the band to play Off Broadway Nightclub in St. Louis on April. April 10 brings them to Chicago for a gig at Metro / Smart Bar. April 11 is Motown and the venue is The Majestic. April 12 takes them north of the border to Toronto where the band plays The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern. Other dates include Buffalo on April 14; Boston on April 16 and Brooklyn on April 18.
New Found Glory add Euro dates for May and June. New listings include eMay 27 in Amsterdam at Melkweg; May 28 in Paris at La Maroquinerie; May 30 in London at The Forum and June 2 in Berlin at Postbahnhof.
New Found Glory
October 21, 2002
And we wrap up the day with a few new dates for Starship Starring Mickey Thomas – March 30 in Sparks, Nevada, at John Ascuaga's Nugget Hotel/Casino; April 4 in Bettendorf, Iowa, at Isle Of Capri Casino; May 2 in Fort Worth, Texas, at Trinity Park and September 30, October 1 & 3 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, at Disney World.
That brings us to the close of another thrill-packed week in the concert data biz. Thank you for your support and we hope you’ll put this Web site to good use during the weekend. Oh, and one more thing. It’s never a great weekend unless you experience live music. So, here’s to a really great weekend for one and all. G’night!