SKID ROW Announce North American Tour Dates

SKID ROW have lined up the following dates in February:

Feb. 18 – Vernal, UT - Club XS
Feb. 19 - Nephi UT - Salt Creek Sports Lounge
Feb. 20 – Boise, ID - The Big Easy Concert House
Feb. 21 – Spokane, WA - The Big Easy Concert House
Feb. 22 – Surrey, BC - Ozone Niteclub
Feb. 24 – Regina, SK - The Pump
Feb. 25 – Calgary, AB - Morgan's
Feb. 26 - Grande Prairie, AB - The Corral
Feb. 27 – Lloydminster, AB - The Kooler
Feb. 28 - Medicine Hat, AB - The Beverage

As previously reported, SKID ROW have parted ways with drummer Phil Varone due to "personal reasons" and have already found a replacement. The band, who released their latest CD, "Thickskin", in August, will be shooting a video for the track "Ghost" later this month in Miami, Florida with director Fabio Jafet. More information will be made available soon.


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