CKY: Former ALL THAT REMAINS Bassist Joins The Fold
Former ALL THAT REMAINS basist Matt Deis has been named the official touring bassist for CKY. Deis made his live debut with the group on Monday, July 18 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. CKY reportedly performed a surprise/rehearsal show at the venue under the band name HAPPY BIRTHDAY PHIL (drummer Jess Margera's father Phil Margera's birthday was on July 13).
CKY's first major North American tour in two years will kick off August 8 at Soma in San Diego. The Adio Footwear-sponsored Rock Adio Tour will also feature FIREBALL MINISTRY and THE KNIVES. In addition, CKY will headline the 8th annual Skate Fest, which takes place September 9 in Worcester, MA.
CKY are touring in support of their fourth album, "An Answer Can Be Found", which sold 41,000 copies in the United States in its first two weeks of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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