GALACTIC COWBOYS, the heavy-hitting Houston, Texas band responsible for such classic albums as "Space In Your Face", "Machine Fish", and "At the End of the Day", will reunite this August for three concert performances only in the group's home state — in Houston, Dallas, and Austin.GALACTIC COWBOYS' classic lineup of Monty Colvin (bass), Alan Doss (drums), Ben Huggins (vocals), and Wally Farkas (guitar) will hit the stage on August 13, August 14 and August 15. The Houston show has just been booked and announced for Saturday, August 15, 2009 at Warehouse Live (813 St. Emanuel Street, Houston, TX 77003). More information may be found by contacting the venue at (713) 225-5483. The band is currently booking the remaining shows in Dallas and Austin. Details for these two nights will be forthcoming. Commented Colvin: "[It's] something we have talked about on and off over the years and now is the first time all of our schedules coincide to be able to do this. It's going to be a lot of fun and we are really looking forward to reconnecting with the fans that have been asking about this ever since we broke up." GALACTIC COWBOYS released its debut album on Geffen Records back in 1991 on an unsuspecting public, combining progressive metal with a style of vocals influenced by THE BEATLES and the heavy playing style of thrash bands such as ANTHRAX. They have been described as "possibly the most melodic metal band ever." The band called it quits in 2000 after a string of well-received albums on Metal Blade, a loyal cult following and years of successful tours with bands such as KING'S X, ANTHRAX, and DREAM THEATER. For more information, visit www.galacticcowboys.com.
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