A host of dates have been tacked on to the matchbox twenty/Everclear/Lifehouse tour, which is set to begin Feb. 27 in Minneapolis. The new dates begin March 31 in San Jose, Calif., and wrap April 22 i

A host of dates have been tacked on to the matchbox twenty/Everclear/Lifehouse tour, which is set to begin Feb. 27 in Minneapolis. The new dates begin March 31 in San Jose, Calif., and wrap April 22 in Tampa, Fla. Beforehand, Everclear will set off on a brief trek of its own, beginning tonight (Feb. 22) in Montreal.

Although Lifehouse is the third band on the bill, the modern rock act is coming into the tour with impressive momentum. Its single, "Hanging By A Moment," is in its third week at No. 1 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. The accompanying DreamWorks album, "No Name Face," is No. 49 on The Billboard 200 this week.

"Mad Season by matchbox twenty" (Lava/Atlantic) is nominated for a best rock album Grammy, while the single "Bent" is up in the best rock song category. Producer Matt Serletic is also nominated for producer of the year. The album, which peaked at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 last June, is at No. 39 on the chart this week.

Everclear will be out supporting a pair of albums it released in 2000, "Songs From An American Movie Vol. One: Learning How To Smile" and "Songs From An American Movie Vol. Two: Good Time For A Bad Attitude." The albums debuted at No. 9 and No. 66 on The Billboard 200, respectively.

Here are Everclear's tour dates:
Feb. 2: Montreal (Metropolis)
Feb. 3: Ottawa, Ontario (Congress Centre)
Feb. 4: Toronto (Warehouse)
Feb. 6: Marquette, Mich. (Northern Michigan University)
Feb. 7: St. Cloud, Minn. (Halenbeck Hall)
Feb. 9: Winnipeg, Manitoba (Walker Theatre)
Feb. 10: Regina, Saskatchewan (Doris Knight Hall)
Feb. 11: Calgary, Alberta (Max Bell Centre)
Feb. 12: Edmonton, Alberta (Shaw Conference Centre)
Feb. 15: Vancouver (Commodore Ballroom)

Here are the new matchbox twenty/Everclear/Lifehouse tour dates:
March 31: San Jose, Calif. (San Jose Arena)
April 2: Vancouver (Pacific Coliseum)
April 3: Seattle (Key Arena)
April 4: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden Arena)
April 7: El Paso, Texas (Haskins Center)
April 8: Lubbock, Texas (Spirit Center)
April 10: Dallas (Reunion Arena)
April 11: Houston (Compaq Arena)
April 13: Birmingham, Ala. (BJCC)
April 14: Nashville (Gaylord Entertainment Center)
April 16: Raleigh, N.C. (Sports & Entertainment Arena)
April 17: Charlotte, N.C. (Independence Arena)
April 18: Atlanta (Phillips Arena)
April 20: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (National Car Rental Arena)
April 21: Orlando, Fla. (TD Waterhouse Centre)
April 22: Tampa, Fla. (Ice Palace)

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