ALTER BRIDGE To Perform On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

ALTER BRIDGE has been confirmed to appear on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on April 25. The band will perform on Kimmel's outdoor stage, located in the heart of Hollywood, and all fans in the Los Angeles area are invited to the performance. Fans will be able to register for free tickets to the performance next month at 1iota.com.

The booking comes on the heels of ALTER BRIDGE spending four weeks at the top of the Mainstream and Active Rock charts with their latest single, as well as a successful appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on January 4.

"Isolation" is 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'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 has also debuted a new webisode giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the band's day in Los Angeles on January 4. The webisode chronicles the band preparing for their "Tonight Show" appearance and then running over to play a sold-out show at the House of Blues in West Hollywood. Check it out below.

ALTER BRIDGE will hit the road again this spring on a national headline tour run. The band’s cross-country trek will kick off in Portland, Oregon on April 21 and will make stops in Las Vegas, Anaheim, Chicago and New York. The band has also been confirmed to play the Carolina Rebellion on May 7 in Charlotte, North Carolina as well as Rock On The Range on May 21 in Columbus, Ohio. This tour will also see the band playing in some markets for the first time in their career, including Portland, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Knoxville and Nashville. BLACK STONE CHERRY and LIKE A STORM have been tapped as openers on the headline leg of the tour.

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

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