'80s hard rock icons BULLETBOYS are embarking on their 20th anniversary U.S. tour, bringing their legendary high-energy live show from coast to coast. They will be performing all the smash hits that made them staples on MTV and radio, including "Smooth Up" and "For The Love Of Money", as well as plenty of surprises. Confirmed dates are as follows with many more to be announced in the next few days:
Nov. 02 - West Hollywood, CA - The Roxy Theatre
Nov. 14 - Denver, CO Cervantes - Masterpiece Ballroom
Nov. 17 - Barnesville, MN - Mainline Bar & Grill
Nov. 18 - Cudahy, WI - Vnuk's Lounge
Nov. 21 - Geneva, OH - The Cove
Nov. 22 - Southbridge, MA - ADC Performance Center
Nov. 23 - Springfield, VA - Jaxx
Nov. 30 - Texarkana, TX - Phil's
BULLETBOYS earlier in the year released its first-ever live album, entitled "Behind the Orange Curtain", via Crash Music Classics (the new imprint of Crash Music, Inc.). The CD was recorded live at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California by Ryan Haffer.
Crash Music Classics was launched to give a home to former legendary rock and metal artists of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
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