ALTER BRIDGE's Mark Tremonti announced on Orlando radio station WJRR Monday morning that the band would performing a special intimate show in support of their forthcoming album, "Blackbird", on September 14 at The Social in Orlando, FL. Tickets will be priced at only $10.11 and go on sale this Friday, August 25 at 10:00 a.m. through Ticketmaster. The show will mark the first time the band performs all of their new material live here in the U.S.
"Blackbird", which arrives in stores on October 9, is the follow up to ALTER BRIDGE's debut gold-certified album "One Day Remains". Their first album featured three consecutive hits on rock radio: "Open Your Eyes", "Find The Real", and "Broken Wings".
The first single from "Blackbird", "Rise Today", has quickly become the band's fourth consecutive hit at rock radio by racing into the Top 20 within the first three weeks of release.
Comprised of Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips, Brian Marshall and Myles Kennedy, three of the four members of ALTER BRIDGE made up the 30-plus-million-selling band CREED. The band will hit the road upon the release of "Blackbird" this fall. Full U.S. touring details will be announced shortly.
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