ALTER BRIDGE: New Webisode Posted Online

A new ALTER BRIDGE webisode chronicling the events leading up to the band's April 25, 2011 performance on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" can be viewed below.

ALTER BRIDGE performed the song "Isolation" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!". The band played on Kimmel's outdoor stage, located in the heart of Hollywood, and all fans in the Los Angeles area were invited to the performance. Check out video footage of the band's appearance below.

"Isolation" was ALTER BRIDGE's first #1 single, with the band's two previous albums both having singles land at #2 ("Open Your Eyes" from their debut album, "One Day Remains"; and "Rise Today" from their critically acclaimed sophomore effort, "Blackbird").

ALTER BRIDGE has teamed up with Abbey Road Live during its current national tour run to give fans even more access to the band.

Abbey Road Live is recording select shows from ALTER BRIDGE's tour and will be offering fans the chance to purchase that night's show on a USB drive they can take home that night. The USB drive is in the shape of Mark Tremonti's PRS guitar and will feature the complete live show, various video clips of live performances and a guitar lesson from Mark himself.

The USB drive can be pre-ordered for any show at for $17 prior to the show and is also available at the venue for $20 day of show. All fans that buy the USB drive of any show will automatically be entered into a drawing to win a Mark Tremonti SE PRS guitar, courtesy of PRS. There will be one winner for each tour date to be announced the week after the tour date in question. The contest is open to everyone over the age of 18, including those who place orders online as well as in-person at the show (void where prohibited by law).

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ALTER BRIDGE's latest album, "ABIII", was self-released on Alter Bridge Recordings via EMI Label Services and debuted at #17 on The Billboard 200 chart.

ALTER BRIDGE is Myles Kennedy, Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips.


"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" performance:


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