TESLA: Footage OF ROCKLAHOMA Press Conference Available

The members of TESLA, along with moderator Eddie Trunk (XM's Boneyard host who also has a long-running radio show, "Friday Night Rocks", on New York's Q104.3 FM), took part in a press conference at the Rocklahoma festival in Pryor, Oklahoma on Sunday, July 13. The first five minutes of the press conference was captured on video by Justin Kuhns and can be viewed below.

TESLA's third DVD, "Comin' Atcha Live! 2008", will be released on July 15 on the band's Tesla Electric Company Recordings label (in partnership with Ryko Distribution). It's TESLA's first DVD in 17 years (since 1991's "Five Man Video Band") and is filled with over two hours of live music, over an hour of special behind-the-scenes footage and never-before-seen material, including footage of TESLA interacting with fans, giving viewers a personal tour of Seattle, and an up-close look at their touring equipment and guitars.

"Comin' Atcha Live! 2008" also marks the world premiere of "Dear Pvt. Ledbetter", a new song written in honor of the troops from the band's forthcoming album, which is currently being recorded at bassist Brian Wheat's studio, J Street Recorders with producer Terry Thomas (who was behind the boards on the band's 1994 "Bust A Nut" album) and will be released this September. More details to be announced in the coming weeks.

The DVD was filmed at the Myth nightclub in Maplewood, Minnesota on February 22. At the sold-out show, TESLA treated fans to numerous classics such as "What You Give", "Signs", "Modern Day Cowboy", "Love Song" and "Little Suzi".

"Comin' Atcha Live! 2008" track listing:

01. Comin' Atcha Live
02. What A Shame
03. Modern Day Cowboy
04. Miles Away
05. Heaven's Trail
06. Mama's Fool
07. Hang Tough
08. Dear Pvt. Ledbetter
09. Paradise
10. Love Song
11. What You Give
12. Song And Emotion
13. Heaven 911
14. Freedom Slaves
15. Rock Bottom
16. Into The Now
17. Signs
18. Little Suzi
19. Edison's Medicine

Video shot by Justin Kuhns:

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