Ex-MISFITS Frontman MICHALE GRAVES: 'West Memphis 3' Show In Mississippi Moved

Former MISFITS frontman Michale Graves is gearing up for his two-month-long national campaign to promote the West Memphis 3 and Damien Echols' new book, "Almost Home". The trek, tentatively dubbed "Almost Home 2006", will hit 55 cities across the country.

Michale Graves was originally scheduled to play in Tupelo, Mississippi at the Rockwell Center on April 21, 2006. The venue stated that they were receiving numerous phones calls regarding the show asking why the venue would let a performance in support of a killer happen. As the venue is a city-controlled facility, that show — along with all other shows being presented by the promoter, ECP Entertainment — have been canceled. However, thanks to the Dr. Loves venue in Tupelo, MS, the show will still be taking place.

For more information regarding the tour, visit MichaleGraves.net.


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