ANTHRAX singer Joey Belladonna will take part in an in-store signing session on June 15, 2011 at Soundcheck Hollywood in West Hollywood, California beginning at 6:00 p.m. before his solo show at the Key Club that night.
For more information, see the flyer below.
A list of upcoming Joey Belladonna solo dates can be found at this location.
Fan-filmed video footage of Belladonna's March 11, 2011 solo concert at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut can be viewed below.
When asked in a recent interview with RockMusicStar.com why he decided to do solo dates at this time, Joey replied, "Well, I'm always putting dates together. Right now, I'm working with some agents and we found some places to play. But I'm always pursuing that, regardless. I've been doing this solo for so long and even though I'm with ANTHRAX now, I'm still doing it. It's not just because I have nothing to do, but because it's what I do. We really aren't working that much (with ANTHRAX) anyhow, but at the same time it really doesn't have anything to do with that. But the dates are just falling in this year, as opposed to last year. I also play out every weekend, locally. I have a cover band called CHIEF BIG WAY. And we do a classic rock covers from BOSTON, JOURNEY, FOREIGNER, LED ZEPPELIN and bands like that."
On the topic of whether he plans on releasing a new BELLADONNA CD anytime soon, Joey said, "I have about three-quarters of a record ready. And we are trying to finish it up. It seems like it takes forever, but it's really a matter of who is available to work on it and finish it. I'm really enjoying the music that we are creating."
Regarding the sound of his new solo material and how it compares to his previous solo work, Belladonna said, "I think that it's a bit more metal in some ways. It's harder, it has different tunings and it is a bit more intricate. But it's still hard and heavy rock. There is a bit of old-school thrash. But I really don't want to put any labels on it."
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