ALICE IN CHAINS: First Two Club Dates To Feature SHOOTER JENNINGS In Support Slot
Country music artist Shooter Jennings, son of country greats Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, will be opening for ALICE IN CHAINS on the first two dates on their upcoming U.S. club tour. Shooter will warm up for Jerry Cantrell and company on May 18 at the Roxy in West Hollywood, CA and May 19 at the House of Blues in San Diego, CA.
As previously reported, ALICE IN CHAINS have confirmed the five dates and cities for its U.S. mini-tour next month, beginning on May 18 in Los Angeles and ending on the 23 in New York City. The shows will all take place in either small clubs or theatres. These gigs and a previously announced date at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in August are the only announced North American shows for the reunited group so far, with European festival dates on tap for June and July. Guitarist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney will be joined on vocals by COMES WITH THE FALL frontman William DuVall. However, surprise guest vocalists and musicians are expected to show up at each of the five U.S. dates, with bassist Duff McKagan (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) already rumored to be coming along as a second guitarist.
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