BANG TANGO Preparing To Enter Studio
California rockers BANG TANGO, featuring frontman Joe LeSte, will enter the studio later this month to begin recording their first studio album in almost five years. The CD will be produced and engineered by Larry Eleya.
In other news, BANG TANGO has scheduled the following dates:
March 03 - New York, NY @ The Studio @ Webster hall
March 04 - Rochester, NY @ California Brew Haus
March 05 - Baltimore, MD @ Bourbon St. Station
March 06 - Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
March 07 - Springfield, MA @ [to be announced]
March 19 - Fresno, CA @ The Starline
March 20 - Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky A Go Go
March 21 - Ramona, CA @ Ramona Mainstage
March 27 - Tempe, AZ @ Club Red
BANG TANGO's latest CD, "From the Hip", was released in October 2006 via Perris Records. The CD was engineered by Scott "Goody" Goodwine (HATEBREED, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM) and was mixed by Taz (CHERRY ST., THE ADDICTIONS, SPINNING CHAIN).
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