EDGUY frontman Tobias Sammet has commented on his band's upcoming concerts as the support act for AEROSMITH.
"Anybody who can hold a guitar must be influenced by AEROSMITH and everybody who thinks he's a good frontman has to have seen Steven Tyler on stage at least once," Sammet said. "I was 18 when I saw them live and I remember I was impressed. And Jesus, now we're gonna be on the road with those guys! It's a real honor for us to be invited by a band of this scope and dimension. They are living legends, and to me, they have ten times bigger balls than most bands I've seen live. These nights will be elephant testicle-heavy rocking entertainment!"
EDGUY will be opening for AEROSMITH at the following shows:
June 10 - Butzbach, Germany - Hessentag Arena
June 12 - Karlsruhe, Germany - DM Arena
June 14 - Munich, Germany - Olympia Hall
Armed with a trademarked unbreakable spirit, unbeatable tongue-in-cheek attitude, and truckloads of entertaining talent, EDGUY's second-ever tour of North America will launch on September 11 in Hartford, Connecticut in support of 2006's "Rocket Ride". The touring line-up will include Canada's INTO ETERNITY, LIGHT THIS CITY from California's Bay Area, and labelmates ECHOES OF ETERNITY from Los Angeles.
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