PRETTY BOY FLOYD Planning 20-Year Reunion

Vocalist Steve Summers of the Hollywood, California-based '80s glam-rock act PRETTY BOY FLOYD has posted the following message on the band's MySpace page:

"Yes, original guitarist Aerial Stiles, Vinnie Chaz [bass] and myself are writing songs for a new record. Yes, I will continue to tour as much as possible with different members until the record is done, and we announce a 20-year reunion with the new record and tour next year with Stiles, Vinnie, myself and two other members to be announced; second guitar and drums, that is. The current gigging lineup is JK Famous on bass, Tracy Micheals on drums, Macy Malone on guitar and me, of course."

A brand new PRETTY BOY FLOYD track, entitled "Live Hard Live Fast", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

Upcoming PRETTY BOY FLOYD shows:

Apr. 09 - Key Club - Hollywood, California (w/ METAL SKOOL)


Apr. 18 - The Underworld - London, UK
Apr. 20 - JBS - Dudley, UK
Apr. 21 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Apr. 22 - Corporation - Sheffield, UK
Apr. 23 - Gasworks - Bradford, UK
Apr. 27 - KGB Club - Barcelona, SPA
Apr. 28 - Azkena - Bilbao, SPA
Apr. 29 - Ritmo Y Compas - Madrid, SPA
May 01 - Rock City- Uster, SWI
May 03 - Metropolis - Munich/Bayern, GER
May 04 - Paunchy Cats Szene Inn Bar - GER
May 05 - People Of Art - San Damaso/MO - Modena, ITA
May 06 - Fabrik Moncaliera - Torino, ITA


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