Pharoahe Monch, Meshell Ndegeocello ...

Former Organized Konfusion rapper Pharoahe Monch is making

a few more stops this month to promote his solo debut, Internal Affairs

(Oct. 19), which features guest appearances by Busta Rhymes,

Canibus and Organized Konfusion partner Prince Poetry.

Pharoahe Monch tour dates:

Dec. 9; Virginia Beach, Va.; Rogues

Dec. 12; Milwaukee, Wis.; Rave

Dec. 13; St. Louis, Mo.; Monestary

Dec. 15; Hollywood, Calif.; Palace (with the Coup)

Dec. 18; Chicago, Ill.; House of Blues

Androgynous funk-rock diva Meshell Ndegeocello is taking her

impassioned melodies and masterful bass-guitar work on tour this month.

Her third album, Bitter, was released Aug. 24. Joining her through

Dec. 14 are pop rockers Wood.

Meshell Ndegeocello tour dates:

Dec. 7; Denver, Colo.; Bluebird Theater

Dec. 9; Portland, Ore.; Aladdin Theatre

Dec. 10; Vancouver, British Columbia; Commodore Ballroom

Dec. 11; Seattle, Wash.; Show Box

Dec. 12; Eugene, Ore.; WOW Hall

Dec. 14; San Francisco, Calif.; Slim's

Dec. 15; West Hollywood, Calif.; House of Blues

Colleen Fitzpatrick, a.k.a. Vitamin C, will put a smile on

your face at these East Coast radio shows this month. The former Eve's

Plum singer released her new persona's self-titled debut in August.

Vitamin C tour dates:

Dec. 9; Baltimore, Md.; WXYV Radio Show (with Lou Bega)

Dec. 10; New York, N.Y.; WKTU Radio Show

Dec. 11; Binghampton, N.Y.; WMRV Radio Show

Dec. 14; Philadelphia, Pa.; WIOQ Radio Show

Dec. 15; New London, Conn.; WQFN Radio Show (with Stroke 9)

Dec. 16; Reading, Pa.; WRFY Radio Show

Cincinnati pop-rockers Blessid Union of Souls, who got their name

from a "M*A*S*H" episode, are playing a few Midwestern dates this month

behind their latest album, Walking Off the Buzz (April 27). Catch

them in Detroit on Dec. 18 at the WDRQ-FM Electric Pringle Jingle with

Sugar Ray, Len, Enrique Iglesias and others.

Blessid Union of Souls tour dates:

Dec. 17; Detroit, Mich.; TBA

Dec. 18; Detroit, Mich.; Joe Louis Arena (Electric Pringle Jingle)

Dec. 31; Dayton, Ohio; Hara Arena