PRETTY BOY FLOYD To Release New Album, Covers CD, Live DVD

Formed in 1987, PRETTY BOY FLOYD is most famous for its 1989 LP "Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz" and the two singles from it, "Rock and Roll (Is Gonna Set the Night on Fire)" and "I Wanna Be With You".

This year brings upon the 20th anniversary of "Leather Boyz" where founding members Steve "Sex" Summers and Kristy "Krash" Majors, along with newcomers Criss 6 and drummer Troy Patrick Farrell (WHITE LION). will embark on a four-week tour starting in Japan, on to Australia, Great Britain, Sweden, Italy and finally back in Los Angeles.

Plans for 2010 include the release of a new original album as well as a covers CD and a DVD of the 20th-anniversary tour.

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Nov. 22 - Cyclone - Tokyo, Japan
Nov. 23 - Cyclone - Tokyo, Japan
Nov. 26 - Gaelic Theater - Sydney, Australia
Nov. 27 - The Step Inn - Brisbane, Australia
Nov. 28 - The Hi-Fi Club - Melbourne, Australia
Dec. 03 - The Underworld - London, UK
Dec. 04 - Corporation - Sheffield, UK
Dec. 05 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Dec. 06 - Yardbirds Club - Grimsby, UK
Dec. 07 - JB's - Dudley, UK
Dec. 08 - Horns Up - Malmö, Sweden
Dec. 09 - Harry B James - Stockholm, Sweden
Dec. 10 - Harry B James - Stockholm, Sweden
Dec. 11 - Dirty Harry - Vaxjo, Sweden
Dec. 12 - Backstage Rockbar - Trollhattan, Sweden
Dec. 13 - Motorockas - Moazzate, Italy
Dec. 18 - Galaxy Theater - Santa Ana, California
Feb. 27 - Hard Rock Live - Mexico City, Mexico
Mar. 05 - Teatro Diana - Guadalajara, Mexico
Mar. 06 - Private Event - Guadalajara, Mexico


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