Original WHITE ZOMBIE Members Team Up For VANS WARPED TOUR Appearance

Original WHITE ZOMBIE members Tom Five (guitar) and Ivan de Prume (drums) have teamed up to perform with HEALER on the San Diego stop of the Vans Warped Tour. The concert will take place today (July 6) at the Coors Ampitheatre. HEALER's lineup for the performance will be as follows:

(mungk) SiddiQ - Vocals/Singing Bowls
Tom Five - Guitars/Vocals
Nathaniel Grant - Guitars/Percussion/Vocals
Jerry Scott - Bass/Vocals
Martin St-Pierre - Violin
Ivan de Prume - Drums/Percussion

Formed in July of 2003 by Ivan de Prume, drummer/percussionist and founding member of the multi-platinum selling band WHITE ZOMBIE, HEALER's mission is "to bring more tribal energy into this world by strengthening the social foundation in hopes of bringing all walks of life together to see, appreciate and enjoy the real value in all living things through-out the world."


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