ROB ZOMBIE's Reno Concert Canceled Due To 'Illness'

According to, ROB ZOMBIE's previously announced, sold-out February 8, 2011 concert at the Knitting Factory in Reno, Nevada has been canceled due to an unspecified illness.

All tickets are refundable at the point of purchase.

Since Joey Jordison is still in Europe performing with MURDERDOLLS, Rob Zombie utilized the services of MARILYN MANSON drummer Ginger Fish (real name: Kenneth Robert Wilson) for last night's (Sunday, February 6) performance at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, California.

Ginger Fish is expected to sit behind the kit for all of ROB ZOMBIE's U.S. dates in February before Jordison rejoins the group in time for ZOMBIE's U.K. headlining dates at the end of the month.

Rob Zombie's fourth solo album, "Hellbilly Deluxe 2", debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard album chart on February 10, selling 49,000 copies in its first week of release. That total is less than 50 percent of the number of copies that his previous effort, "Educated Horses", sold in its first week back in April 2006, when it moved 107,000 copies to land at No. 5 on the chart.


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