BLACK MARKET HERO Featuring FLAW, 40 BELOW SUMMER Members: Tour Dates Announced

BLACK MARKET HERO, the band featuring members of FLAW and 40 BELOW SUMMER, will embark on a two-week tour this February. The band has been doing some regional touring and more recently has been in the studio working on its new album. The lineup includes vocalist Max Illidge (40 BELOW SUMMER), guitarist Joey D'Amico (40 BELOW SUMMER), bassist Matt Fortin (CONFLICTION), guitarist Ryan Jurhs (FLAW), and drummer Micah Havertape (FLAW). Confirmed dates are as follows:

Feb. 15 - Mad Hatter - Covington, KY
Feb. 16 - Peabodys - Cleveland, OH
Feb. 17 - Alrosa Villa - Columbus, OH
Feb. 21 - Music Farm - Charleston, SC
Feb. 22 - Ground Zero - Spartanburg, SC
Feb. 23 - The Soundvent - Thomasville, SC
Feb. 24 - House of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC

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