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D-Plan tickets on sale Friday; John Mayer, Twitter quitter; Where are those Pavement tickets?

john mayerNo more @JOHNCMAYER. :-/ (Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

By David Malitz


- Yesterday we broke the news about the January reunion tour by D.C. indie rock faves The Dismemberment Plan. Tickets for all shows - including Jan. 21 at the Black Cat and Jan. 22 at 9:30 Club - go on sale Friday. Get your clicking fingers ready!

- Are you following one less person on Twitter today? Maybe that's because John Mayer said goodbye to his 3.7 million followers and committed Twittercide. Now where will he say occasionally funny, offensive and bewildering things? "Access Hollywood," Playboy interviews, on stage at his concerts...

- Next week Pavement plays a handful of shows in Central Park. Tickets for those shows went on sale a full year ago. In the time since then babies have been conceived and born, Stephen Strasburg became the Nationals' savior and tragic figure and the world welcomed a band called Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. And just where are those Pavement tickets anyway? Dan Kois investigates.

- Speaking of Pavement tickets, the band will, of course, be playing at Merriweather Post Pavilion next Saturday as part of Virgin FreeFest. If you're still looking for a way in, you can earn a free ticket by "participating in a hygiene or school supply drive to benefit homeless youth in Baltimore/Washington D.C."

By David Malitz  |  September 14, 2010; 8:45 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Dismemberment Plan, John Mayer, Pavement, Virgin Mobile FreeFest  
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