Denver, Colorado-based hard rock band DRUG UNDER have been added to several dates on the current GEORGE LYNCH tour.The band, who have been getting airplay on KBPI, KTCL and The Fox in their hometown of Denver as well as KBER in Utah and XM Radio Ch. 52 with the singles "Never Again", "Down" and "Anger Management", are touring in support of their self-titled debut.

DRUG UNDER recently added drummer Bill Travis (formerly of ESOVAE) and guitarist Pat Searcy to their current lineup (rounded out by Romero on vocals, Eric Greenwall on guitar and Ronnie Chavez on bass). DRUG UNDER will also support KING'S X on November 25 at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver before hitting the road with GEORGE LYNCH.

Upcoming DRUG UNDER shows:

Nov. 25 - Denver, CO @ Cervantes (w/ KING'S X)
Dec. 09 - Brighton, CO @ Jordinellis Lounge (w/ LOVE.45)


Dec. 13 - Lakewood, CO @ Eck's Saloon
Dec. 14 - Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
Dec. 15 - Amarillo, TX @ Graham Central Station
Dec. 16 - Ft. Worth, TX @ The Aardvark
Dec. 17 - Austin, TX @ Graham Central Station

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/drugunder.


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