According to a posting on the MySpace page of the Sacramento, California-based quartet ENDEVERAFTER, they will be joining POISON and CINDERELLA on the road this summer as part of the two bands' 20th Anniversary tour. However, it should be noted that this information has yet to be officially confirmed by either of the projected headliners.ENDEVERAFTER's most recent release was a a six-song EP, "Blood on the Stage", which was released last year. The band recorded, mixed and mastered the CD in record time of only 30 hours with ENDEVERAFTER's very own Michael Grant (vocals, lead guitar) handling the production duties. Check out the tracks "Baby Baby Baby", "Next Best Thing", "Rock All Day" and "Blood on the Stage" at this location. As previously reported, CINDERELLA and POISON's upcoming tour will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their "Nightsongs" and "Look What the Cat Dragged In" albums, respectively. In addition, there will be a new CINDERELLA retrospective CD this April via Island/Universal and a brand new CINDERELLA live CD recorded last year on the Rock Never Stops Tour. More information will be made available soon.
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