Former WARRIOR SOUL Singer Announces New York City Gig

Former WARRIOR SOUL frontman Kory Clarke will be performing at Meow Mix in New York City on Sunday, August 3. Kory will be playing the drums and singing selections from his debut solo album, "Opium Hotel", as well as never-before-heard tracks from his next record, "Front Man". Also set to appear on the bill are THE NEW PROFESSIONALS and DADDY. In addition to the live performances, unedited scenes will be shown from the "Anonymous" TV pilot, which was produced by Kory Clarke and GiGi Modl.

As previously reported, Kory will be performing WARRIOR SOUL material at this year's Serie Z Festival, a three-day event set to take place Aug. 28-30 in Cadiz, Spain. Also scheduled to appear are THE WILDHEARTS, TWISTED SISTER, JUNKYARD, THE QUIREBOYS, THE HELLACOPTERS and LEADFOOT, among others.

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