7 HOURS LATER To Open For STRYPER On The West Coast
Cincinnati-based 7 HOURS LATER have been chosen as the opening act for the West Coast leg of the STRYPER 20th Anniversary Reunion Tour in support of their new CD, "7: The Best Of Stryper", on Hollywood Records.
Longtime friend of 7 HOURS LATER guitarist Lynn Edward Glezen, STRYPER's own Robert Sweet lent his talent to the new 7HL CD on on the song "Perfect", which also features Jamie Rowe from GUARDIAN/THE LONDON CALLING on backing vocals.
"This is an absolute dream come true," stated Glezen. "We've been working on this for months, and now that it's official it's such a killer feeling!! We can't wait to get out and do this! We really want to thank Michael, Robert, Tim and Oz, and especially Dave Rose and everyone at Deep South Entertainment for making this happen!"
The details of the tour are to follow in the next few weeks via press releases from Deep South Entertainment.
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