For The Record: Quick News On Dave Matthews Band, Kid Rock, Cee-Lo, Billy Corgan, Rush & More

Dave Matthews' strained vocal cords forced a second DMB cancellation at New York's Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, when he was expected to return after being sidelined Monday with the same ailment. Both shows have been rescheduled for May 28 and 29. ... Kid Rock will release "You Never Met A Motherf---er Quite Like Me" as the third single from his latest release, Cocky. Due at radio on April 29, the song chronicles the highlights of the Detroit native's life over the last few years, including meeting the president "half-stoned." ... Rock may show up in the same state when he headlines Chicago's Q101 Jamboree on May 18. Other performers announced so far include Billy Corgan's new band, Zwan, Tenacious D, Hoobastank, Our Lady Peace, Dashboard Confessional, Earshot, Unwritten Law, Quarashi and Trik Turner. ...

Cee-Lo will be among those strolling through the revolving door of performers on the NBA's Rhythm 'n' Rims Tour, which kicks off April 20 in Atlanta and wraps up September 2 in San Francisco. Other acts on the bill include Co-Ed, Phatter Than Albert and L.A. Symphony. ... The Outlawz, Jayo Felony, Rappin' 4-Tay and Tray Deee appear on Spiceberg Slim, the ninth release from Too Short protege Spice 1, due June 11. ... Don Henley, Smokey Robinson and Donna Summer will perform at the ninth annual Race to Erase MS on May 10 in Los Angeles. The event will benefit the Nancy Davis Center Without Walls. ...

It’s official — the summer concert season has begun. The Eagles start flying on May 31 in Reno, Nevada, and finish up July 20 in Biloxi, Mississippi; Rush kick off their first tour in five years on June 16 in Hartford, Connecticut, and wrap on August 21 in Albuquerque, New Mexico; and the Indigo Girls hit the road starting May 27 in Portsmouth, Virginia, and pack it in on July 21 in Winter Park, Colorado. ... After a seven-year absence, seminal Goth punks Siouxsie & the Banshees have returned to the U.S. for a brief string of dates, starting Wednesday (April 17) in Washington, D.C. Their six-show jaunt winds down April 25 in San Francisco. ... Cowboy Junkies hit the road starting May 9 in Detroit and finish up on June 26 in Las Vegas. Later this summer, they will release their first-ever DVD called “Open Road,” which documents their 2001 Open Tour. ...

George Clinton will headline the third annual Detroit Electronic Music Festival at Hart Plaza in the Motor City May 25-27. A live performance by techno innovator Green Velvet and DJ appearances by Juan Atkins, Frankie Bones, DJ Krust, Roy Davis, Jr. and Adam X are among the other highlights on the bill. ... British anarchist rockers Chumbawamba will release their 10th studio album, the ambient Readymades, on June 18. The record features a guest appearance by Mercury Music Prize nominee Kate Rusby, along with the usual barrage of political tracks, including "Reason and Rhyme (The Killing of Harry Stanley)," about a man who was carrying a chair leg when he was shot to death by policemen who believed it was a gun. ...

04.16.02

While Tweet likes to spend her summers down South visiting family, she'll have to put those plans on hold this year. The Rochester, New York, native is co-headlining a tour with Glenn Lewis that kicks off May 21 in Boston (full itinerary to be announced shortly). ... Much like her character in the upcoming "Enough," Jennifer Lopez is being very stealthy. According to her spokesperson, J. Lo is shooting the video for her next single, the "I'm Gonna Be Alright" remix with Nas, Tuesday (April 16) and Wednesday (April 17) at a secret location with director Dave Meyers. ...

Jay-Z and the whole Roc-A-Fella camp are working on a LP under the collective name of the Dream Team, according to a spokesperson for the label. While no release date has been set, Roc's rep said you can expect more collaborations along the lines of "Just Fire," featuring Cam'ron, Memphis Bleek and Beanie Sigel. ... Bay Area punks Green Day will donate proceeds from their April 29 Oakland Arena date on the Pop Disaster tour with Blink-182 to the Oakland Area Children's Hospital. The two-month tour begins Wednesday (April 17) in Bakersfield, California. ... Noreaga, Rodney Jerkins, Patti LaBelle and Diana Ross helped celebrate the relaunch of Upscale magazine at Flute in New York City on Monday. Ross' daughter, Tracee Ellis Ross ("Girlfriends"), is featured on the mag's April cover. ...

Teen duo M2M will perform three songs, including their current single, "Everything," on the 100th episode of "Dawson's Creek," which airs Wednesday (April 17) on the WB network. The pair will support their new album, The Big Room, with an opening stint on Jewel's tour, which launches June 14. ... Radiohead drummer Phil Selway raised more than $26,000 for charity through sponsorship donations by running the London Marathon on Sunday. Selway, who completed the race in four-and-a-half hours, will donate the pledges to the Samaritans, a U.K. organization offering crisis and emotional support, though the Radiohead fan site, W.A.S.T.E.; and all donators were entered into a drawing to win the drums he used on some OK Computer tracks.