FOO FIGHTERS Embark On SIRIUS-Sponsored Tour

The FOO FIGHTERS will embark on an eight-city U.S. tour later this month. Dubbed The Brandtidos trek, the tour is sponsored by Sirius Satellite Radio and comes in support of the group's fourth album, One by One, due on October 22nd through RCA Records. The only dates confirmed so far are October 22nd in Los Angeles and an October 31st show in New York under the banner the Foos-Ball & Halloween Costume Party.

Sirius subscribers can get a jump on tickets before they go on sale to the general public. New subscribers will also receive a limited-edition live CD to be culled from the tour. Beginning October 15th, Sirius will offer One by One in its entirety a week prior to its actual street date. Later in the month, the station will feature other special programming including interviews with band members.


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