Former LIFE OF AGONY Singer Announces NYC Gig, Ex-Drummer Seeks New Project

Former LIFE OF AGONY frontman Keith Caputo will be performing at The Village Underground in New York City on Friday, Feb. 7. Also appearing on the bill will be THE ELECTRIK SHOES and BRAKESTAND. Tickets for the show are available from or at the door. The Village Underground is located at 130 West 3rd Street (between 6th Ave & Macdougal).

In related news, ex-LIFE OF AGONY drummer Sal Abruscato is currently looking for a new project to work with. Says Sal: "LIFE OF AGONY will be on hold indefinitely, so in the meantime I want to work with other bands."

Sal can be contacted by e-mail at [email protected] or you can send material to:

SixtySix Management
Attn: Dan DeVita/Sal Abruscato
1161 N. Las Palmas Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90038

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