SCOTT IAN, CHRIS JERICHO To Join Forces For Australian Spoken-Word Shows
ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian and FOZZY frontman and WWE wrestling superstar Chris Jericho will team up for two nights of spoken word in Australia at the end of February. Dubbed "an evening of stories from 30 years of metal, wrestling…and drinking!" the event will see Ian and Jericho delivering "a no-holds-barred question-and-answer session [where] absolutely nothing will be off limits."
Commented Ian: "This is something I've wanted to do for a very long time. I've been travelling the world in the company of and hanging out with the greatest people on the planet for 31 years and I've got to tales to tell."
Jericho is one of the greatest showmen of the modern era, and Melbourne and Sydney fans will get to hear first-hand uncensored tales from the roads travelled as both WWE champion and with FOZZY.
Tickets are strictly limited and available from tomorrow (Tuesday, Febraury 12) at 9 a.m. AEDT.
Tuesday, February 26
Sydney, Oxford Arts Factory - 18+
Wednesday, February 27
Melbourne, The Toff In Town - 18+
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