Stevie Nicks, Vertical Horizon ...

Catch rock chanteuse Stevie Nicks during her two-week stretch

across the Southwest. The former Fleetwood Mac singer released

Enchanted, a three-CD box set of solo hits, last year.

Stevie Nicks tour dates:

Dec. 28–29; West Hollywood, Calif.; House of Blues

Dec. 31; Las Vegas, Nev.; House of Blues

Jan. 3–4; West Hollywood, Calif.; House of Blues

Jan. 8–11; Anaheim, Calif.; Sun Theatre




With their new-found love of electric guitar, Boston rockers Vertical

Horizon promise to give you everything you want during their U.S.

tour. San Francisco pop-rockers Stroke 9 join the fun starting

Jan. 19. Vertical Horizon's major-label debut and fourth album,

Everything You Want, hit stores June 15.

Vertical Horizon tour dates:

Dec. 27; Washington, D.C.; 9:30 Club

Dec. 28–29; Winston-Salem, N.C.; Ziggy's

Dec. 30; Atlanta, Ga.; Roxy Theatre

Dec. 31; Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham-Jefferson Coliseum

Jan. 19; Seattle, Wash.; Show Box

Jan. 20; Portland, Ore.; Crystal Ballroom

Jan. 21; Sacramento, Calif.; Crest Theatre

Jan. 22; San Francisco, Calif.; Fillmore

Jan. 24; San Diego, Calif.; 'Canes

Jan. 25; West Hollywood, Calif.; Troubadour

Jan. 31; Fayetteville, Ark.; Dave's on Dickson

Feb. 2; Memphis, Tenn.; Newby's

Feb. 3; New Orleans, La.; House of Blues

Feb. 5; Fern Park, Fla.; Station

Feb. 6; St. Petersburg, Fla.; State Theatre

Feb. 7; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Fubar

Feb. 10; Tallahassee, Fla.; Moon

Feb. 12; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; House of Blues

Feb. 13; Chapel Hill, N.C.; Memorial Hall




Ageless pop diva Cher is staging a tour with mambo crooner

Lou Bega and, if prior outings are any indication, pyrotechnics

and multiple costume changes. Cher released several best-of collections

this year, including If I Could Turn Back Time and Bang Bang:

The Early Years, but her latest album of new material was 1998's

Believe.

Cher tour dates:

Dec. 30–Jan. 1; Atlantic City, N.J.; Caesar's Atlantic City (no Lou Bega)

Jan. 28; Salt Lake City, Utah; Delta Center

Jan. 29; Las Vegas, Nev.; MGM Grand Center

Feb. 1; Phoenix, Ariz.; America West Arena

Feb. 2; Los Angeles, Calif.; Staples Center

Feb. 5; San Jose, Calif.; San Jose Arena

Feb. 8; Columbus, Ohio; Schottenstein Center

Feb. 9; Louisville, Ky.; Freedom Hall

Feb. 11; Rosemont, Ill.; Allstate Arena

Feb. 12; Lansing, Mich.; Breslin Events Center

Feb. 14; Dayton, Ohio; Ervin J. Nutter Center

Feb. 15; Urbana, Ill.; Assembly Hall

Feb. 17; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre

Feb. 18; Ottawa, Ontario; Corel Centre

Feb. 21; Miami, Fla.; American Airlines Arena

Feb. 24; East Rutherford, N.J.; Continental Airline Arena

Feb. 26; Raleigh, N.C.; Entertainment & Sports Arena

Feb. 27; Washington, D.C.; MCI Center

Feb. 29; Greenville, S.C.; Bi-Lo Center

Mar. 1; Roanoke, Va.; Roanoke Civic Center

Mar. 3; Boston, Mass.; Fleet Center

Mar. 4; Philadelphia, Pa.; First Union Center




After a holiday break, kinetic Detroit rockers the Go are back at it next month, cramming their guitar-drenched garage rock down thirsty throats across the country. Their debut album, Whatcha Doin', was released Sept. 7.

Go tour dates:

Jan. 6; Minneapolis, Minn.; 7th Street Entry

Jan. 7; Green Bay, Wis.; Concert Cafe

Jan. 8; Chicago, Ill.; Empty Bottle

Jan. 14; Athens, Ohio; Union Bar

Jan. 15; Youngstown, Ohio; Nyabinghi Dance Hall

Jan. 21; Columbus, Ohio; Bernie's

Jan. 22; Cleveland, Ohio; Pat's in the Flat

Jan. 27; Philadelphia, Pa.; Khyber

Jan. 28; New York, N.Y.; Continental

Jan. 29; Baltimore, Md.; Ottobar