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Cibo Matto, Wesley Willis ...

Cibo Matto: The fun- and food-loving trip-pop-rock duo are

playing a few dates through June in support of their forthcoming second

album, Stereotype A. They should add a nice, happy spin to this year's Lilith Fair.

Cibo Matto Tour Dates:

May 6; Austin, Texas, University of Texas

May 16; Richmond, Va., Mayo Island

June 8-9; New York, N.Y., Bowery Ballroom

June 15; San Diego, Calif., Brick by Brick

June 16; Hollywood, Calif., Palace

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

June 21; Portland, Ore., Womb

June 22; Seattle, Wash., Crocodile Cafe

June 23; Seattle, Wash., RKCNDY

July 14; Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre (Lilith Fair)

July 16; Chula Vista, Calif., Coors Amphitheatre (Lilith Fair)

July 17; Pasadena, Calif., Rose Bowl (Lilith Fair)

July 18; Phoenix, Ariz., Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion (Lilith Fair)

Wesley Willis: The eccentric singer/songwriter is playing a few

dates in support of his latest release, Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

(April 20), which features such classics as "The Vultures Ate My Dead

Ass Up" and his cover of Duran Duran's "Girls on Film." His last album, 1996's Rock N Roll Will

Never Die, features songs about 20 of his favorite artists, including

Pink Floyd, Morbid Angel, and Hootie and the Blowfish.

Wesley Willis Tour Dates:

April 30; Portland, Ore., E.J.'s

May 1; Eugene, Ore., to be announced

May 2; Sacramento, Calif., Old Ironsides

May 3; San Francisco, Calif., to be announced

May 4; Los Angeles, Calif., The Gig

May 5; Las Vegas, Nev., to be announced

May 6; Long Beach, Calif., Java Lanes

May 8; San Diego, Calif., Casbah

May 9; Phoenix, Ariz., to be announced

May 10; Albuquerque, N.M., to be announced

May 11; Denver, Colo., Aztlan Theatre

Imperial Teen: The sassy pop-rock quartet is touring in support

of their latest album, What is Not to Love? On these dates, they

are opening for Hole.

Imperial Teen Tour Dates:

April 30; Cincinnati, Ohio, Taft Theatre

May 1; Nashville, Tenn., River Stages Festival

May 2; Atlanta, Ga., Music Midtown Festival

May 4; Sunrise, Fla., Sunrise Musical Theatre

May 7; New Orleans, La., State Palace Theatre

May 8; Dallas, Texas, Bronco Bowl

May 9; Houston, Texas, Aerial Theatre

May 11; Tulsa, Okla., Brady Theatre

May 12; Kansas City, Kan., Memorial Hall

May 14; Pittsburgh, Pa., I.C. Light Amphitheatre

May 15; Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory

May 16; Boston, Mass., Orpheum Theatre

May 18; New York, N.Y., Roseland Ballroom

May 21; Cleveland, Ohio, Nautica Stage

May 23; Maryland Heights, Mo., Riverport Amphitheatre

May 25; Columbus, Ohio, Memorial Auditorium

May 26; Detroit, Mich., State Theatre

Rick Springfield: The idol of many young girls in the '80s is

back with a new album, Karma (April 13), a greatest hits album

(March 23), and an extensive tour. Go and see if he can still make you

swoon.

Rick Springfield Tour Dates:

May 1-2; Atlanta, Ga., Music Midtown Festival

May 7; Tulsa, Okla., Cain's Ballroom

May 8; Dallas, Texas, Starplex Amphitheatre

May 9; Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Disney World

May 14; Natchez, Miss., Lady Luck Casino

May 15; Biloxi, Miss., President Casino

May 21; Westbury, N.Y., Westbury Music Fair

May 22; Bensalem, Pa., Pennsylvania Fair

May 27; Cleveland, Ohio, Rib Cook-Off

May 28; Dearborn, Mich., Hyatt Regency Hotel

May 29; Rockford, Ill., Davis Festival Park

June 5; Kettering, Ohio, Fraze Pavilion

June 6; Charlotte, N.C., Blockbuster Pavilion

June 11; Kansas City, Mo., Station Casino

June 12; Columbus, Ohio, Metrostage

June 13; Hershey, Pa., Hersheypark Amphitheatre

June 18; Seattle, Wash., Show Box

June 19; Spokane, Wash., Spokane Arena

June 25; Stockton, Calif., San Joaquin County Fair

July 2; Oklahoma City, Okla., Frontier City Theme Park

July 3; Arlington Heights, Ill., Frontier Days

July 4; Naperville, Ill., Rib Festival

July 9; Cerritos, Calif., Cerritos Center

July 10; Pleasanton, Calif., Alameda County Fair

July 16; Omaha, Neb., Aksarben Coliseum

July 17; Cadott, Wis., Rock Fest

July 23; Robinsonville, Miss., Millenium Theatre

July 24; Indianapolis, Ind., Circle Fest

July 25; Chicago, Ill., LeGrange Park

July 29; Joliet, Ill., Club Chameleon

July 30; Waukesha, Wis., Riverfest

July 31; Chicago, Ill., Joe's

Aug. 1; Minneapolis, Minn., Rib Fest

Aug. 3; Paso Robles, Calif., California Mid-State Fair

Aug. 5; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium

Aug. 6; Rock Springs, Wyo., Sweetwater County Fair

Aug. 7; Denver, Colo., Paramount Theatre

Aug. 11; Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Casino

Aug. 12; Manchester, Tenn., Itchycoo Park

Aug. 13; Clio, Mich., Clio Amphitheater

Aug. 14; Wyoming, Mich., LeMar Park

Aug. 21; Mission Viejo, Calif., Private Function

Aug. 26; Tacoma, Wash., Emerald Queen Casino

Aug. 27; San Diego, Calif., Humphrey's

Aug. 28; Henderson, Nev., Sunset Station Hotel

Sept. 11; Stateline, Nev., Caesar's Tahoe

Dec. 30; Robinsonville, Miss., Millenium Theatre

Jan. 14; Universal City, Calif., Universal Amphitheatre