Shonen Knife, Kid Rock...

Shonen Knife: These purveyours of sweet-natured Japanese punk-pop

will play some dates in support of Happy Hour before joining up with

the all-female Suffragette Sessions tour.

Shonen Knife Tour Dates:

Aug. 13; Los Angeles, Calif., Troubadour

Aug. 14; San Francisco, Calif., Maritime Hall

Aug. 17; Portland, Ore., Satyricon

Aug. 18; Seattle, Wash., ARO Space

Aug. 22; Chicago, Ill., Double Door

Aug. 23; Detroit, Mich., St. Andrews Hall

Aug. 24; Toronto, Ont., Horse Shoe

Aug. 25; New York, N.Y., Bowery Ballroom

Aug. 26; Cleveland, Ohio, The Odeon

Shonen Knife Tour Dates With The Suffragette Sessions Tour:

Aug. 27; Milwaukee, Wis., Eagles Auditorium

Aug. 28; Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue

Aug. 30; Cincinnati, Ohio, Bogart's

Sept. 1; Norwalk, Conn., Boathouse

Sept. 2; Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory

Sept. 3; New York, N.Y. Roseland

Kid Rock: He may be a Devil Without A Cause, but his current

passion is touring to drum up support for his latest collection of

rock-rap songs.

Kid Rock Tour Dates:

Aug. 9; Austin, Texas, South Park Meadows

Aug. 11; Oklahoma City, Okla., Boar's Head

Aug. 13; St. Louis, Mo., Hi-Pointe

Aug. 14; Louisville, Ky., Toy Tiger

Aug. 15; Cincinnati, Ohio, Top Cat

Sept. 20; Worcester, Mass., Green Hill Park

Sept. 25; Detroit, Mich., State Theatre

Sept. 27; Toledo, Ohio, Toledo Sports Arena

Reel Big Fish: Why Do They Rock So Hard is due in stores

Oct. 20, but the band's spending the summer giving you a chance to answer the question in advance.

Reel Big Fish Tour Dates:

Aug. 17; Tucson, Ariz., Rock

Aug. 18; Albuquerque, N.M., Zone

Aug. 19; Lubbock, Texas, Depot's 19th Street Warehouse

Aug. 20; Springfield, Mo., Juke Joint

Aug. 22; Morrison, Colo., Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Aug. 24; Reno, Nev., Reno Rock

Sept. 5; St. Louis, Mo., Riverport Amphitheatre

Sept. 12; Lawrence, Kan., Clinton Lake State Park

Sept. 13; Dayton, Ohio, University of Dayton Arena

Sept. 16; Jacksonville, Fla., Milk Bar

Sept. 18; St. Petersburg, Fla., State Theatre

Sept. 19; Lake Buena Vista, Fla., House of Blues

Sept. 20; Boston, Mass., Hynes Convention Center

Sept. 22; Carrboro, N.C., Cat's Cradle

Sept. 23; Charlottesville, Va., Trax

Sept. 24; Richmond, Va., Flood Zone

Sept. 25; Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club

Sept. 26; Philadelphia, Pa., T.L.A.

Sept. 27; Baltimore, Md., Bohager's

Everlast: The former House of Pain frontman is launching a solo

tour, gearing up for the Sept. 22 release of Whitey Ford Sings the

Blues.

Everlast Tour Dates:

Aug. 9; San Francisco, Calif., Slim's

Aug. 12; San Diego, Calif., Brick By Brick

Aug. 13; West Hollywood, Calif., Opium Den

Aug. 15; Phoenix, Ariz., Mason Jar

Aug. 16; Las Vegas, Nev., Rockabilly's