MIKE PATTON's PEEPING TOM Turns Down FAMILY VALUES TOUR
Contrary to previous reports, PEEPING TOM — the new project of Mike Patton (FAITH NO MORE, MR. BUNGLE, TOMAHAWK, FANTOMAS) — will **NOT** be taking part in The Family Values Tour 2006.
KORN frontman Jonathan Davis was recently in the Korn Korner, the group's official chat room, to talk to fans about the upcoming trek. When he was asked if PEEPING TOM was really on the Family Values bill, Davis said, "No, sorry. We tried."
In other news, DEADSY — the Los Angeles-based band featuring frontman P. Exeter Blue I (a.k.a. Elijah Blue, son of actress/singer Cher and Gregg Allman) — has now been officially confirmed for the second stage at The Family Values Tour 2006 alongside 10 YEARS, BURY YOUR DEAD and BULLETS AND OCTANE.
The Family Values Tour 2006 billing is now shaping up as follows:
DIR EN GREY
BURY YOUR DEAD
BULLETS AND OCTANE
One more band is expected to be added to the second-stage lineup shortly.
With the addition of a second stage and many top rock acts, fans will get even greater value from the Live Nation-produced Family Values Tour, as the festival features $9.99 lawn tickets and value-priced seating available at every outdoor amphitheatre along the tour route.
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