Mogwai, Citizen King ...

Mogwai: The Scottish quintet is putting its feud with Blur on

hold just long enough to bring its moody, mostly instrumental stylings

to North America through September. Their latest album, the languorous

Come On Die Young, was released stateside April 6.

Mogwai Tour Dates:

Sept. 1; Washington, D.C.; Black Cat

Sept. 2; New York, N.Y.; Bowery Ballroom

Sept. 3; Philadelphia, Pa.; Theatre of Living Arts (w/ Godspeed You Black Emperor!)

Sept. 4; Boston, Mass.; Middle East Club

Sept. 5; Hoboken, N.J.; Maxwell's

Sept. 7-8; Toronto, Ontario; Horseshoe Tavern

Sept. 9; Detroit, Mich.; Magic Stick

Sept. 10; Chicago, Ill.; Metro/Smart Bar

Sept. 11; Minneapolis, Minn.; First Avenue

Sept. 14; Vancouver, British Columbia; Starfish Room

Sept. 15; Seattle, Wash.; Breakroom (tentative)

Sept. 16; Portland, Ore.; Crystal Ballroom (tentative)

Sept. 18-19; San Francisco, Calif.; Great American Music Hall

Sept. 20; Los Angeles, Calif.; Troubadour

Sept. 21; San Diego, Calif.; Casbah

Sept. 23; New York, N.Y.; Irving Plaza

Citizen King: The Milwaukee hip-hop rockers continue to tour

behind their latest album, Mobile Estates, released March 9.

Catch them on Halloween at the Voodoo Music Festival in New Orleans.

Sept. 1; Pittsburgh, Pa.; I.C. Light Amphitheatre

Sept. 3; Pontiac, Mich.; Oakland County Taste Fest

Sept. 9; Green Bay, Wis.; Gallaghers Off Broadway

Sept. 10; South Bend, Ind.; Indiana University

Sept. 11; Milwaukee, Wis.; Marquette University

Sept. 12; Dayton, Ohio; University of Dayton Arena

Sept. 13; Iowa City, Iowa; Union Memorial Ballroom

Sept. 15; Chicago, Ill.; Metro/Smart Bar (w/ Cibo Matto and Solex)

Sept. 16; Minneapolis, Minn.; Quest Club

Sept. 17; St. Louis, Mo.; Mississippi Nights

Oct. 9; Denver, Colo.; Regis University

Oct. 31; New Orleans, La.; Voodoo Music Festival

Queens of the Stone Age: The hard-rocking California trio continue

to show off their self-described "robotic rock" sound to fans across the

States through September, commemorating the re-release of their 1998

self-titled debut. Joining them on most of these dates are Otherstarpeople,

with L7 bassist Jennifer Finch and former Juliana Hatfield Three guitarist

Todd Philips.

Queens of the Stone Age Tour Dates:

Sept. 2; Denver, Colo.; 15th Street Tavern

Sept. 3; Salt Lake City, Utah; Liquid Joe's

Sept. 5; Seattle, Wash.; Bumbershoot Festival

Sept. 6; Vancouver, British Columbia; Starfish Room

Sept. 7; Victoria, British Columbia; Legends

Sept. 8; Portland, Ore.; Berbati's Pan

Sept. 10; San Francisco, Calif.; Bottom of the Hill

Sept. 11; San Jose, Calif.; Cactus Club

Sept. 12; Santa Cruz, Calif.; Palookaville

Sept. 13; Santa Barbara, Calif.; Yucatan

Sept. 16; New York, N.Y.; Wetlands Preserve

Emmylou Harris: The Grammy-winning country-rock beauty queen is

playing a few select dates throughout the rest of the year. Her latest

releases are 1998's Spyboy and Trio II, the second of her

collaborations with Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton.

Emmylou Harris Tour Dates:

Sept. 5; Seattle, Wash.; Bumbershoot Festival

Sept. 6; Portland, Ore.; Rose Garden Amphitheater

Sept. 8; San Luis Obispo, Calif.; San Luis Obispo County Performing Arts Center

Sept. 9; Saratoga, Calif.; Villa Montalvo Garden

Sept. 10; San Francisco, Calif.; Warfield

Sept. 13; San Diego, Calif.; Humphrey's

Sept. 14; Phoenix, Ariz.; Celebrity Theatre

Sept. 15; Las Vegas, Nev.; Hard Rock Hotel

Sept. 16; Tulare, Calif.; Tulare County Fair

Nov. 27; Birmingham, Ala.; Alabama Theatre