DANGEROUS TOYS Singer To Guest On 'M.I.B. Show'

DANGEROUS TOYS singer Jason McMaster will guest on the "M.I.B. Show" on Saturday, May 30 at 1:00 p.m. EST.

You can listen to the program live via the Internet at www.hardrockradiolive.com.

DANGEROUS TOYS' long-awaited DVD set, "XX", will finally see light of day later this year.

"XX" is a two-hour performance DVD with all the hits, deep cuts and favorite TOYS material done live at the Red Eyed Fly in Austin, Texas, with all the band's friends in attendance.

The debut self-titled, platinum-selling DANGEROUS TOYS album was originally released May 9, 1989. This concert DVD marks the anniversary and celebrates the good times all have had with the TOYS in these fine 20 years. "XX" includes songs the band has never played live before.

"XX" track listing:

01. Gunfighter
02. Outlaw
03. Sugar Leather And The Nail
04. Take Me Drunk
05. Gimme No Lip
06. Bones In The Gutter
07. Ten Boots
08. Angel N.U.
09. Queen Of The Nile
10. Pissed
11. Paintrain
12. Here Comes Trouble
13. Sport'n A Woody
14. Line 'Em Up
15. That Dog
16. Strange
17. Oh Well, So What
18. Demon Bell
19. Hard Luck Champion
20. Teasn' Pleasn'
21. Scared

E-mail [email protected] for details on buying online.

Checks or money orders made out to Jason McMaster in the amount of $18 (add an additional $2 for orders outside the USA) can be sent to:

DToys XX
P.O. Box 33418
Autin,TX. 78764
USA

DANGEROUS TOYS current lineup:

Jason McMaster - vocals
Paul Lidel - guitars
Scott Dalhover - guitars
Mike Watson - bass
Mark Geary - drums

Upcoming DANGEROUS TOYS shows:

Jun. 13 - Crossroads - Kansas City, Missouri
Aug. 15 - Red Eyed Fly - Austin, Texas
Aug. 22 - Freedom Park- Rock Gone Wild - Algona, Iowa

Fan-filmed video footage of DANGEROUS TOYS performing at the South Texas Rock Fest in San Antonio, Texas on May 23, 2009 can be viewed below (courtesy of "JohnEbrownTX").

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