Saint Etienne, Reverend Horton Heat ...

Saint Etienne: The dreamy, disco-lounge/dance-pop trio are playing a few North

American dates in support of their latest EP, Places to Visit.

Saint Etienne Tour Dates:

May 17; Atlanta, Ga., Variety Playhouse

May 19; Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club

May 20; Philadelphia, Pa., Theatre of Living Arts

May 21; Boston, Mass., Axis

May 22; New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza

May 24; Toronto, Ontario, Lee's Place

May 25; Detroit, Mich., St. Andrew's Hall

May 26; Chicago, Ill., Metro

May 27; Minneapolis, Minn., Quest Club

May 30; Seattle, Wash., The Showbox

May 31; Vancouver, British Columbia, Richard's

June 2; San Francisco, Calif., Fillmore

June 4; Pomona, Calif., Glass House

June 5; Los Angeles, Calif., House of Blues

Reverend Horton Heat: The irreverent punkabilly trio are touring this summer in

support of their sixth album, Holy Roller (April 20). It's a best-of of sorts, featuring

two unreleased songs and such Reverend classics as "Big Red Rocket of Love."

Reverend Horton Heat Tour Dates:

May 15; Kansas City, Mo., City Market

May 16; Oklahoma City, Okla., Boar's Head

May 29; Spring, Texas, Woodlands Pavilion

May 30; Fort Worth, Texas, Stockyard Station

June 6; Dallas, Texas, Gypsy Tea Room

July 2; Tucson, Ariz., Club Congress

July 3; Irvine, Calif., Oak Canyon Ranch

July 6; Petaluma, Calif., Mystic Theatre

July 7; Eugene, Ore., Wild Duck

Lo-Fidelity Allstars: The critically acclaimed British big-beat

sextet is touring the States through June promoting its debut, How to

Operate with a Blown Mind. The Allstars are joined on most of these

dates by the Q-Burns Abstract Message Live Experiment.

May 15; New Orleans, La., House of Blues

May 17; Orlando, Fla., Icon

May 18; West Palm Beach, Fla., Respectable Street Cafe

May 19; Tampa, Fla., The Rubb

May 20; Jacksonville, Fla., Milk Bar

May 21; Tallahassee, Fla., Floyd's Music Store

May 22; Columbia, S.C., Elbow Room

May 24; Atlanta, Ga., Cotton Club

May 26; New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza

May 27; Philadelphia, Pa., Trocadero

May 28; Washington D.C., 9:30 Club

May 30; Baltimore, Md., Fletcher's

June 1; Syracuse, N.Y., Styleen's Rhythm Palace

June 3; Cleveland, Ohio, Odeon

June 4; Pittsburgh, Pa., Club Laga

June 5; Detroit, Mich., Shelter at St. Andrews Hall

June 7; Cincinnati, Ohio, Bogart's

June 9; Minneapolis, Minn., Quest Club

June 18; San Francisco, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre

June 19; Irvine, Calif., Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre

R.L. Burnside: The Mississippi bluesman is touring through the fall in support of his own special blend of hip-hop and drum & bass-infused blues, showcased nicely on his sixth album, Come on In.

R.L. Burnside Tour Dates:

May 15; Annapolis, Md., Blues Festival

May 18; Atlanta, Ga., Smith Olde Bar

May 19; Athens, Ga., Georgia Theatre

May 20; Birmingham, Ala., Nick

May 21; Jackson, Miss., George Street Grocery

May 22; New Orleans, La., Tipitina's Uptown

May 30; McCook Lake, S.D., Cornstalk Festival

June 12; Anchorage, Alaska, Anchorage Blues Festival

June 18-19; Phoenix, Ariz., Rhythm Room

June 24; Nashville, Tenn., Dancing in the District

June 28; San Diego, Calif., Casbah

July 1; Vancouver, British Columbia, Yale Hotel Pub

July 2; Portland, Ore., Waterfront Festival

July 3; Seattle, Wash., Road Rash '99

July 16; Denver, Colo., LoDo Festival

July 17; Pittsburgh, Pa., I.C. Light Amphitheatre

Aug. 13; Chattanooga, Tenn., Miller Plaza

Oct. 14; Cincinnati, Ohio, Tall Stacks

Oct. 16; Columbia, S.C., Blues Festival

Nov, 20; Lebanon, N.H., Lebanon Opera House

Dec. 31-Jan. 1; Phoenix, Ariz., Rhythm Room