MEDICATION Confirmed For KBPI's BIRTHDAY BASH 2002
Los Angeles-based MEDICATION, who feature in their ranks former MACHINE HEAD/SOULFLY guitarist Logan Mader, ex-UGLY KID JOE/LIFE OF AGONY vocalist Whitfield Crane, ex-ADAYINTHELIFE guitarist Blunt, and ex-THE PIECE DOGS bassist Kyle Sanders, have been confirmed for KBPI's Birthday Bash 2002, which is scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 2nd at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado. The full line-up of artists scheduled to appear at the event is as follows:
For more information on the above show, go to KBPI's official web site at this location.
In other news, MEDICATION have apparently been confirmed to perform alongside Atlanta's 420 MONKS (featuring former STUCK MOJO frontman Bonz) at Alrosa Villa in Columbus, Ohio on May 24th, according to Ticketmaster. As previously reported, MEDICATION will also be appearing at Oasis One Sixty in Chicago Heights, Illinois on May 15th as part of a two-month US tour that is scheduled to kick off on May 12th.
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