SKID ROW will perform a "very special" acoustic set in Las Vegas at the South Coast Casino on Saturday, May 13.
Upcoming SKID ROW shows:
Mar. 30 - Saint Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
May 05 - Menomonie, WI @ Dunn County Recreation Park
May 06 - Menomonie, WI @ Dunn County Recreation Park
May 13 - Las Vegas, [email protected] South Coast Casino
Jun. 16 - Gilford, NH @ Meadowbrook Musical Arts Ctr.
Jun. 17 - Sault Ste. Marie, MI @ Vegas Kewadin Casino
Jul. 21 - McKinney, TX @ Paradise Ranch
Aug. 12 - West Allis, WI @ Wisconsin State Fair
Aug. 19 - Rosalia, WA @ Rosalia City Park
Oct. 20 - Pensacola, FL @ Interstate Fair
SKID ROW's current recording/touring lineup includes drummer Dave Gara (GARGANTUA, ex-BETTY BLOWTORCH, former NASHVILLE PUSSY drum tech), who replaced Phil Varone (ex-SAIGON KICK) in May 2004. Varone had previously left SKID ROW for "personal reasons" and was replaced for a short time in January 2004 by Orlando, Florida native Tim DiDuro.
SKID ROW's latest CD, "ThickSkin", was released in August 2003. A follow-up effort is expected to surface this year via SPV Records.
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