Former BLACK SABBATH singer Tony Martin, PHENOMENA frontman Matt Moreton and ex-KROKUS vocalist Carl Sentance will be touring with the U.K. rock show known as WHOLE LOTTA METAL beginning in early February 2005.

The show, which toured early 2004 to "brilliant" reviews, reportedly features music from such bands as SABBATH, LED ZEPPELIN and JUDAS PRIEST. Tony is said to sing at various points during the performance and tackles such classics as "Headless Cross" (SABBATH), "Breakin' The Law" (PRIEST), "Fool For Your Lovin'" (WHITESNAKE), "Stormbringer" (DEEP PURPLE) and "Paranoid" (SABBATH).

WHOLE LOTTA METAL 2005 U.K. tour dates:

Feb. 02 - Shrewsbury Music Hall
Feb. 03 - Newark Palace Theatre
Feb. 04 - Skegness Embassy Theatre
Feb. 08 - Weston Super Mare Playhouse
Feb. 09 - Eastbourne Congress Theatre
Feb. 10 - Rhyl Pavilion
Feb. 11 - Dorking Halls
Feb. 12 - Cardiff St David's Hall
Feb. 13 - Oxford Apollo
Feb. 16 - Torquay Princes Theatre
Feb. 17 - Portsmouth
Feb. 18 - Worthing Assembly Hall
Feb. 19 - Blackpool Grand Theatre
Feb. 20 - Southport Theatre
Feb. 24 - Brecon Theatre Brycheiniog
Feb. 25 - Cheltenham Town Hall
Feb. 26 - Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall
Mar. 06 - Bognor Regis (Rock Weekender) Butlins
Mar. 11 - St Albans Arena
Mar. 13 - Derby Assembly Rooms
Mar. 17 - Salisbury City Hall
Mar. 18 - Plymouth Pavilion
Mar. 19 - Clacton Princes Theatre
Mar. 21 - Cambridge corn exchange
Mar. 23 - Preston Guildhall
Mar. 24 - Manchester Opera House
Mar. 25 - York Opera House
Mar. 26 - Bridlington Spa
Apr. 02 - Redhill Harlequin Theatre
Apr. 08 - Cannock Prince Of Wales Theatre
Apr. 09 - Stevenage concert hall
Apr. 10 - Crawley The Hawth
Apr. 11 - Hayes Beck Theatre
Apr. 13 - Ipswich Regent
Apr. 14 - Bedworth Civic Hall
Apr. 15 - Dunfermline Carnegie Theatre
Apr. 16 - Bradford St Georges
Apr. 20 - Birmingham Alexandra
Apr. 21 - Grimsby Auditorium
Apr. 22 - Burnley Mechanics
May 06 - Ashcroft Theatre Croyden

A five-minute live video clip of WHOLE LOTTA METAL can be downloaded at this location (Windows Media, 23.4 MB)

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