Show cancellations and postponements from Jane’s Addiction and Steely Dan open the daily tour recap for July 31, as compiled by TicketNews. Alternative rock...

Show cancellations and postponements from Jane’s Addiction and Steely Dan open the daily tour recap for July 31, as compiled by TicketNews.

Alternative rock icons Jane’s Addiction has cancelled its six-date tour of Australia after drummer Stephen Perkins was hospitalized in Los Angeles for an infection in his elbow. However, the band is still expected to perform on August 7 at this year’s Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL. On the East Coast, Steely Dan was forced to postpone its July 29 performance of “Gaucho” at the Beacon Theatre in New York, NY. An illness nixed the show, which has since been rescheduled for August 12.

Those are the complete concert and tour reports for this Friday. Many other artists altered their concert calendars, through. You can find some of those itinerary highlights outline in brief below:

Backstreet Boys have started planning details of their next international tour in advance of their upcoming album release. The boy band will head overseas for a show on October 30 at Pacifico Altantico in Lisbon, POR, and continue on the international road through December 6 at KB Hallen in Frederiksberg, DEN. More than 20 concerts have been booked in all, including gigs on November 7 at S.E.C.C. in Glasgow, SCO; November 10 at The O2 Arena in London, ENG; November 18 at Zenith in Munich, GER; November 23 at OR World in Berlin, GER; and November 30 at Torwar in Warsaw, POL, among other dates.

Shinedown has added about 30 new dates to its fall concert calendar. The rock group will now be on the road and headlining shows from September 10 at power Plant Live in Baltimore, MD, through October 27 at Uptown Amphitheatre at the Music Factory in Charlotte, NC. Along the way, Shinedown will perform on September 14 at Orpheum Theatre in Madison, WI; September 22 at Showbox SoDO in Seattle, WA; September 28 at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, NV; October 3 at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA; October 11 at Palladium Ballroom in Dallas, TX; October 19 at James Brown Arena in Atlanta, GA; and October 21 at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista, FL.

Built to Spill has constructed an extensive fall 2009 tour for itself with about 40 concerts on the books from September 19 at Murray Theater in Murray, UT, through November 21 at the Knitting Factory in Spokane, WA. The two-month tour includes a few multiple-night engagements for October 6-7 at Lee’s Place in Toronto, ON; October 9-11 at the Middle East in Cambridge, MA; October 12-13 at Webster Hall in New York, NY; October 14-15 at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY; and November 19-20 at Showbox at the Market in Seattle, WA. Other tour dates include September 26 at Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL; October 21 at Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN; October 28 at Dry River in Tcson, AZ; and November 18 at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC.

Gary Numan will spend most of late 2009 in cars as he travels for at least 15 UK-based concerts. The musician heads off with a November 17 show at Brighton Dome in Brighton, ENG, and continues on through December 2 at Rock City in Nottingham, ENG. Performances have also been booked for November 19 at Sub 29 in Cardiff, WAL; November 24 at Tripod in Dublin, IRE; November 26 at HMV Picture House in Edinburgh, SCO; and December 1 at The Junction in Cambridge, ENG, among other dates.

Living Colour has added a few national and international concerts to its upcoming fall tour plans. New gigs include September 10 at Johnny D’s Music Club in Somerville, MA; September 25 with Fishbone at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA; October 4 at Double Door in Chicago, IL; October 16 at Circo Voador in Rio De Janeiro, BRA; November 14 at La Trastienda in Buenos Aires, ARG; and November 19 at Circolo Degli Artisti in Rome, ITA, among other dates. The main U.S. tour runs from September 1 at Birchmere in Alexandria, VA, through October 5 at Grog Shop in Cleveland Heights, OH.

Paul Carrack, already heavily booked through the end of this year, has started to pencil in his 2010 concert schedule. The musician’s next batch of UK tour dates will pick up January 13 at Barbican Centre in London, ENG, and continue across the UK through at least March 12, when he’s booked at Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells, ENG. Other gig stops are set for January 17 at The Lowry in Manchester, ENG; February 2 at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow, SCO; February 14 at Swan Theatre in High Wycombe, ENG; and March 6 at Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool, ENG.

Brett Dennen has filled in most of the weeks of late summer with supporting dates for O.A.R., but in fall, he’ll be the headliner on a new late 2009 European trek. The singer-songwriter’s overseas adventure kicks off October 23 at Salumeria Della Musica in Milan, ITA, and concludes November 10 at Sala Sol in Madrid, SPA. He’s also scheduled to perform shows on October 26 at Dingwalls in London, ENG: October 30 at Botanique in Brussels, BEL; November 2 at Café de la Dance in Paris, FRA; and November 6 at Magnet Club in Berlin, GER, among other dates. So far, Dennen has 13 shows slated for Europe this fall.

Portugal. The Man has lined up a new leg of U.S. and Canada concerts for fall 2009. The band out of Wasilla, AK, and now based in Portland, OR, has more than 20 concerts scheduled for its run. The trek begins September 19 at The Union in Vancouver, BC, and ends October 23 at Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY. In between, the rockers will hit a couple of cities for multiple nights: October 2-3 at The B-Side Lounge in Boulder, CO, and October 10-11 at Schubas Tavern in Chicago, IL. Some of the other scheduled gigs include September 25 at Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA; October 8 at Majestic Theatre in Madison, WI; October 18 at the Paradise in Boston, MA; and October 22 at Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia, PA.

Deer Tick is filling in its remaining 2009 concert calendar with new performance dates across the U.S. and Canada. About 30 shows are currently booked, the bulk of which fall into a September tour. The headline outing begins September 3 at Wolf Den in Uncasville, CT, and ends September 27 at McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater in Troutdale, OR. Other dates include September 9 at Video Saloon in Bloomington, In; September 16 at Kennedy School in Portland, OR; and September 25 at Biltmore Cabaret in Vancouver, BC. The band is also booked for a number of festivals over the coming months, including August 2 at the Newport Folk Festival in Newport, RI; September 13 at Monolith Festival in Morrison, CO; and October 3 at Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin, TX.

Lucero is among the bands that have booked lengthy fall 2009 tour plans. The rock band has more than 30 concerts slated from October 9 at Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN, through November 21 at Headliners Music Hall in Louisville, KY. Other performances dates include October 13 at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC; October 17 at Webster Hall in New York, NY; October 20 at Lee’s Place in Toronto, ON; October 27 at Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO; October 30 at Hawthorne Theatre in Portland, OR; November 7 at Longhorn Saloon in Fort Worth, TX; November 13 at Czar Bar in Tampa, FL; and November 19 at The Valarium in Knoxville, TN.