ARMY OF ANYONE Talks With CNN: Video Available

ARMY OF ANYONE spoke with CNN's Denise Quan about being a "super duper group" and singer Richard Patrick seeing a CNN ticker update on news he had checked into rehab in 2001. Watch the segment, featuring some performance footage, at this location.

ARMY OF ANYONE recently announced its first set of live dates, scheduled to begin on November 18 in Philadelphia. The group has revealed an initial slate of seven shows, with more expected to be added and a full tour also on the way for 2007. The members of ARMY OF ANYONE haven't played live for a while, and singer Richard Patrick told Launch they're chomping at the bit. "I mean, once we get out there, I mean, you know, we wanna tour for a long time," he said. "I wanna, I just wanna just work as hard as we have been, even harder. Yeah, touring, touring, touring and touring...that's what we wanna do."

In addition to FILTER frontman Patrick, ARMY OF ANYONE features former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS bassist Robert DeLeo and guitarist Dean DeLeo, as well as ex-DAVID LEE ROTH drummer Ray Luzier.

The group plans to include FILTER and STONE TEMPLE PILOTS material in its set list.

ARMY OF ANYONE's self-titled debut comes out on November 14. In the meantime, the quartet will release a digital EP through iTunes on October 31. The 99-cent download will feature the band's first single, "Goodbye", the song's video and a podcast featuring interviews with all four band members.

Confirmed tour dates:

Nov. 18 - Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts
Nov. 20 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theater
Nov. 21 - Boston, MA - The Paradise
Nov. 24 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
Nov. 27 - Tampa, FL - Janus Landing
Nov. 28 - Orlando, FL - House of Blues
Nov. 30 - Nashville, TN - Exit Inn

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