Ralph Sutton of the nationally syndicated rock radio show "The Tour Bus" (web site) has uploaded video footage of TESLA's October 28, 2008 concert at at Blender Theater at Gramercy in New York City. Watch the clips below.TESLA's third DVD, "Comin' Atcha Live! 2008", will receive a European release on December 5 via Frontiers Records. Released in the U.S. on July 15 on the band's Tesla Electric Company Recordings label (in partnership with Ryko Distribution), it's TESLA's first DVD in 17 years (since 1991's "Five Man Video Band") and is filled with over two hours of live music, over an hour of special behind-the-scenes footage and never-before-seen material, including footage of TESLA interacting with fans, giving viewers a personal tour of Seattle, and an up-close look at their touring equipment and guitars. "Comin' Atcha Live! 2008" also marks the world premiere of "Dear Pvt. Ledbetter", a new song written in honor of the troops from the band's latest album, "Forever More", which was recorded at bassist Brian Wheat's studio, J Street Recorders with producer Terry Thomas (who was behind the boards on the band's 1994 "Bust A Nut" album) and was released last month. The DVD was filmed at the Myth nightclub in Maplewood, Minnesota on February 22. At the sold-out show, TESLA treated fans to numerous classics such as "What You Give", "Signs", "Modern Day Cowboy", "Love Song" and "Little Suzi". "Modern Day Cowboy":
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