The Living End to Roll On
Australian rock act The Living End will hit nine North American cities as the band crosses from Asia to Europe on its world tour in support of Roll On. The album, due March 27, features 13 songs of punk-fueled pop and follows the band's 1998 self-titled debut. The trio's tour begins tonight in Sydney, Australia, and wraps April 4 in England.
The Living End U.S. tour dates:
March 7 — Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles, Calif. March 9 — Slim's, San Francisco, Calif. March 10 — Graceland, Seattle Wash. March 12 — DV8, Salt Lake City Utah March 13 — Bluebird, Denver, Colo. March 15 — Metro, Chicago, Ill. March 16 — Opera House, Toronto, Ontario March 17 — Avalon, Boston, Mass. March 19 — Bowery Ballroom, New York City
Rosenbergs Employ Old-Fashioned Napster
New York rockers the Rosenbergs are teaming with Napster to promote their debut, Mission: You — but there's no need for a high-speed connection. The band and Napster have reinterpreted file-sharing in a more 20th century light: Every copy of the CD — which hits stores Feb. 20 — will come bundled with a second "Napster" replica, which the buyer can give to someone else. With the giveaway the Rosenbergs are hoping to reach more people — and perhaps bring more people out for their Napster-sponsored tour.
Rosenbergs tour dates:
Feb. 15 — Brewery, Raleigh, N.C. Feb. 16 — New Brookland Tavern, West Columbia, S.C. Feb. 17 — Velvet Elvis, Savannah, Ga. Feb. 18 — Jack Rabbit's, Jacksonville, Fla. Feb. 19 — Cow Haus, Tallahassee, Fla. Feb. 21 — Exit In, Nashville, Tenn. Feb. 22 — Cotton Club, Atlanta, Ga. Feb. 23 — The Nick, Birmingham, Ala. Feb. 24 — Newby's, Memphis, Tenn. Feb. 25 — Juanita's Cantina Ballroom, Little Rock, Ark. Feb. 26 — The Door, Dallas, Texas Feb. 27 — Emo's, Austin, Texas March 1 — Club101, El Paso, Texas March 2 — Backstage, Tucson, Ariz. March 3 — Cajun House, Scottsdale, Ariz. March 4 — Dragonfly, Los Angeles, Calif. March 5 — Brick by Brick, San Diego, Calif. March 7 — Café Du Nord, San Francisco, Calif. March 8 — Roadhouse, Sacramento, Calif. March 9 — Little Waldorf, Reno, Nev. March 11 — Zephyr Club, Salt Lake City, Utah March 12 — Tulagi, Boulder, Colo.
98 Degree Dreams
Boy band 98 Degrees will take girl group du jour, Dream, for a spin around North America. Revelation, the latest album from 98 degrees, has been certified double-platinum. Dream's first album, It Was All a Dream, hit stores last month and stands at No. 9 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart.
98 Degrees and Dream tour dates:
March 22 — Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. March 24 — Roberts Stadium, Evansville, Ind. March 25 — Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis. March 28 — Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Ill. March 30 — CSU Convention Center, Cleveland, Ohio March 31 — Nutter Center, Dayton, Ohio April 3 — Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich. April 4 — Ft. Wayne Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, Ind. April 6 — Civic Center, Erie, Pa. April 7 — Bryce Jordan Center, State College, Pa. April 8 — First Union Arena, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. April 11 — Cumberland County Civic Cente, Portland, Maine April 13 — Centrum, Worcester, Mass. April 13 — Sovereign Bank Arena, Trenton, N.J. April 17 — Patriot Center, Fairfax, Va. April 18 — Civic Center, Huntington, Va. April 20 — Ice Palace, Tampa, Fla. April 21 — National Car Rental Center, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. April 25 — The Fillmore, Denver, Colo. April 27 — Delta Center, Salt Lake City, Utah April 29 — Lawlor Events Center, Reno, Nev. May 1 — San Jose Arena, San Jose, Calif. May 3 — Greek Theater, Los Angeles, Calif. May 5 — MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas, Nev.