HOT FOR TEACHER: VAN HALEN Tribute Featuring Former MACHINE HEAD, HEATHEN Members

HOT FOR TEACHER (photo), the San Francisco Bay Area-based VAN HALEN tribute band featuring former MACHINE HEAD/TESTAMENT drummer Chris Kontos and current HEATHEN touring guitarist Terry Lauderdale, have lined up the following dates during the coming months:

Jun. 11 - Avalon - Santa Clara, CA (w/ ERIC MARTIN)
Jul. 03 - Don Quixote's - Felton, CA
Jul. 16 - Little Fox Theater - Redwood City, CA
Jul. 22 - Cameron's Pub - Half Moon Bay, CA
Aug. 12 - Conan's Pub - Portland, OR
Aug. 13 - Waldo's - Kirkland, WA
Sep. 10 - The King's Head Pub - Campbell, CA

Kontos joined HOT FOR TEACHER in April following the departure of Larry Howe, who left the group in order to concentrate on VICIOUS RUMORS.

For more information, visit www.hftrocks.com.

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