Mick Fleetwood, Avett Brothers, Passion Pit, Gaslight Anthem Join New Jersey Hurricane Relief
Mick Fleetwood, Avett Brothers, Passion Pit, Gaslight Anthem Join New Jersey Hurricane Relief

In addition to the multiple Hurricane Sandy-related show cancelations and postponements already announced (and listed below), several more came over the transom on Tuesday. The biggest is Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, who postponed their Rochester, New York, show from Tuesday to Wednesday night (since it's Halloween, maybe he'll revive his "Dr. Frankensteen" spiel from Halloween, 1984).

Similarly, the Aimee Mann/Ted Leo show at New York's Bowery Ballroom was shifted from Monday to Wednesday, and fun. moved their special $10 Tuesday night show at New York's Irving Plaza to November 7.

The Deftones gig at New York's Terminal 5 Tuesday night has been postponed and K'Naan's Tuesday night show at Philly's World Café Live has been canceled.

Rita Ora's Tuesday show at New York's Highline Ballroom has been postponed to an unspecified date, and the Cypress Hill /Action Bronson Tuesday night show at New York's Best Buy Theater has been postponed; some media reports said a new date will take place on November 28 but Billboard.biz could not confirm that date at press time.

Oct. 30
Tristan Prettyman (Brighton Music Hall, Boston)
Joshua Radin (Electric Factory, Philadelphia)
Seth Glier (City Winery, New York)
Journey (Barclays Center, New York)
Grouplove (9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.)
Pretty Light (Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, Pa.)
"Freedom To Love Now!" (Beacon Theatre, New York)
Sean Hayes (Le Poisson Rouge, New York)

Oct. 31
Wallpaper (Mercury Lounge, New York)
Reckless Kelly (Bowery Ballroom, New York)