TESLA guitarist Frank Hannon has posted the following message on the band's official web site:"I thought I'd drop by to let you people know that we have been talking about doing some shows this summer. I will come back and update y'all when it is all set for sure... Jeff Keith has been singing vocals in the studio with Brian Wheat [bass], I have been working my ass of with FRANK HANNON BAND doing shows, Troy [Luccketta, drums] has been doing the same with his projects and Tommy [Skeoch, guitar] has been chillin' in Florida with his family... "TESLA is working out some bugs and Tom Zutaut, our original A&R guy and the man who helped us in the beginning, is back with us in full force as our manager working on the long-awaited projects like the box set and covers CD." TESLA's first collection of new material since 1994's "Bust a Nut", "Into the Now" sold 30,284 copies in the U.S. during its first week of release back in March 2004 to enter The Billboard 200 chart at No. 31.
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