SLEEZE BEEZ To Reunite For One Show In The Netherlands

Dutch hard rockers SLEEZE BEEZ will perform live for the first time since going their separate ways in 1995. Sharing the bill with AEROSMITH, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and STEEL PANTHER, SLEEZE BEEZ will appear in its original incarnation at the Goffertpark in Nijmegen, Holland on June 23, 2010. The band will perform songs from its Atlantic Records release "Screwed Blued and Tattooed" (including the MTV hit "Stranger than Paradise") as well as the critically acclaimed "Insanity Beach".

Commented lead vocalist Andrew Elt: "We always wanted to get the band back together. But after all we'd accomplished and been through, making records and touring the world, it just had to be something really special and worthwhile.

"Performing on the same stage as the mighty AEROSMITH, in front of a home crowd, is definitely the right time and place for us to hit the stage again! It will be well worth the wait!"


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