RICHIE KOTZEN: New Single Preview Available

Vocalist/guitarist Richie Kotzen (formerly of POISON and MR. BIG) will release a new single, "Angry Boy", on October 1. You can preview the song using the audio player below.

Kotzen will kick off a European tour on October 14 in Istanbul, Turkey. A warm-up show will be held on October 8 at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, California.

Kotzen's latest album, "Peace Sign", was released in Japan on September 9, 2009.

Check out audio samples on Richie's MySpace page.

Richie Kotzen's first-ever live DVD, "Bootlegged In Brazil", was released in Europe on December 5, 2008 via Frontiers Records.

Richie Kotzen's sound is influenced by such classic artists as BAD COMPANY, FREE, early VAN HALEN and CREAM. They are the inspiration for his songs, but having deep Philadelphia roots, Kotzen tends to combine rock with the Motown influences he heard as a kid, offering the fans a soulful and timeless approach to the music.

Fan-filmed video footage of Kotzen's May 19, 2010 performance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania can be viewed below.


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