A NEW REVOLUTION, the new Austin, Texas-based band featuring former SLAVES ON DOPE members Frank "Frankie" Salvaggio (bass) and Rob Urbani (drums), along with ex-UNLOCO singer Joey Duenas, have lined up the following dates during October/November:
Oct. 19 - The Whisky A Go Go - West Hollywood, CA
Oct. 28 - Big E's - Edgerton, WI
Oct. 29 - Daddio's - Bloomington, IL
Oct. 30 - Planet Rock - Battle Creek, MI
Oct. 31 - Cadillac Jack's - Muskegon, MI
Nov. 03 - Kryptonite Bar - Rockford, IL
Nov. 04 - Main Stage - Green Bay, WI
Nov. 05 - The Rave Bar - Milwaukee, WI
Nov. 10 - TBA - Denton, TX
Nov. 11 - Jake's Sports Cafe - Backroom - Lubbock, TX
Nov. 12 - TBA - Amarillo, TX
A NEW REVOLUTION will be supporting Artemis recording artists DOPE between November 25 and mid-December. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.
A NEW REVOLUTION recently uploaded their cover of NEW ORDER's "True Faith" at this location. The band's five-song EP was recorded at Matchbox Studios with producer Dwight Baker and is currently available via iTunes. The group will also be selling copies of the CD at their live shows.
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