GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna will be doing a book signing in Los Angeles to promote his memoir called "The Paths We Choose". The details are as follows:
Date: Saturday, February 24
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Borders Books and Music
1501 Vine Street
Hollywood, CA 90028
Erna was given the key to the city of Lawrence, Massachusetts on January 16. A "teary-eyed" Erna, who spent his formative years in the town, was presented with the key by Councilman Nunzio DiMarca, who said, "(Even) when he was washing dishes at my brother's restaurant, he's always been a very polished young man." Erna said in his speech that the town "molded me into the man I have become."
"The Paths We Choose", which Erna described as "a snapshot of the first 30 years of my life," is scheduled for release on February 7.
GODSMACK is currently taking the early months of 2007 off and will possibly launch a new tour around March or April.
GODSMACK drummer Shannon Larkin, guitarist Tony Rombola and bassist Robbie Merrill's side project, called ANOTHER ANIMAL, is tentatively scheduled to release its debut disc sometime this year.
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