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Kenny Chesney $85.15      Third Day $32.15      Papadosio $20.40      Gwar $21.46      In Flames $28.94      Theresa Caputo $64.06      Paula Poundstone $34.21      Judas Priest $51.80      Ratatat $29.51      Jason Mraz $66.62      Reel Big Fish $21.78      Yonder Mountain String Band $33.21      Moon Hooch $11.66      The Tragically Hip $57.04      Bob Dylan $92.21      Dailey & Vincent $25.83      ZZ Top $62.53      Kongos $21.71      Circa Survive $21.38      Railroad Earth $31.19      Brit Floyd $41.67      "DigiTour" $27.46      SuicideGirls $24.88      Ray LaMontagne $55.77      Ariana Grande $48.61      Sarah McLachlan $72.76      Halestorm $29.10      Journey $70.47      Silverstein $18.39      Morgan Heritage $19.48      The Wailers $30.86      Jim Brickman $39.86      Charlie Wilson $73.09      Stars $24.80      Hozier $33.08      Breaking Benjamin $35.22      Garrison Keillor $49.70      Punch Brothers $33.23      Old Crow Medicine Show $40.96      Ana Popovic $26.72      Jim Gaffigan $52.33      Celtic Woman $60.46      Twiddle $16.48      Def Leppard $49.63      Cold War Kids $23.48      RL Grime $23.40      Neil Diamond $109.84      Datsik $26.60      Streetlight Manifesto $19.84      Bryan Adams $58.13      
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News & Views For Thursday, February 12

08:01 AM Thursday 2/12/09 | |

Howard Stern, Muzak, Mitch Ryder and Ryan Adams & Mandy Moore in News. Cowboy Junkies, 3 Doors Down, The Fray, Kathleen Edwards and the "Three Girls And Their Buddy Tour" in Views.

  • Mandy Moore

    House of Blues, West Hollywood, Calif.
    August 23, 2007

    (AP Photo)


News …

Howard Stern says satellite radio is here to stay - Reuters

Muzak files for Chapter 11. All over the world people are now contemplating going back to the elevators for their elevator music fix - The New York Times / Associated Press

Huh? Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams? Engaged? - Associated Press

  • Ryan Adams

    Nashville welcomes back North Carolinian Ryan Adams to the Ryman Auditorium.
    November 20, 2004


Catching up with Mitch Ryder - Toledo Blade

Views …

Cowboy Junkies in Birmingham, Alabama - "Like being at an intimate house concert, or attending the taping of an avant-garde music special for PBS." - Birmingham News

3 Doors Down in Midland, Texas - " … didn't disappoint. The band played for almost 90 minutes and laid down impressive live versions of their numerous hits, including 'It's Not My Time,' 'Here Without You,' 'Let Me Go,' 'Citizen/Soldier' and their best known song, 'Kryptonite,' which they saved for their encore." - Midland Reporter-Telegram / MyWestTexas.com

"Three Girls And Their Buddy Tour" - Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin and Buddy Miller in Torrington, Connecticut - "Each performer represents a slightly different niche of roots music, and together they compiled a compelling survey of the breadth and depth of what's usually lumped together under the catch-all term 'Americana.'" - The Hartford Courant

The Fray in London - "A familiar combination of rolling piano chords and guitar arpeggios coalesced around Slade's keening vocal part, as lyrics tumbled out in spectacularly garbled profusion." - The Times Online U.K.

Kathleen Edwards in Ontario - "With a variety of slower-paced, passionate numbers mixed with faster-tempo tap-your-foot-along tunes, Edwards captivated her crowd from beginning to end." - The Cord Weekly

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Ray Manzarek (The Doors) is 70
Moe Bandy is 65
Steve Hackett is 59
Michael McDonald is 57

  • Michael McDonald

    Michael McDonald scores points with the crowd during his July 7th performance at Milwaukee's Summerfest.
    July 7, 2006

    (AP Photo)


Chynna Phillips (Wilson Phillips) is 41
Jim Creeggan (Barenaked Ladies) is 39
Keri Lewis is 38