TNT: Fan Convention Details Revealed

A TNT fan convention will take place on May 21 in the band's hometown of Trondheim, Norway. Many events have been scheduled while more are still being arranged. All tickets MUST be ordered in advance via the event web site. There will be no sale of tickets at the venue. Tickets are limited, so those wishing to attend should order soon.

Planned events:

* Musical Jams
* Barbeque
* Merchandise
* Free Giveaways
* TNT items auction
* LOTS of surprises
* TNT exhibition w/rare items

For more information, click here.

TNT recently commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to their latest CD, "My Religion", which entered the Norwegian pop charts at No. 14 upon its release last March. "We're looking to get a bit heavier on this next album, which is exciting," the band's vocalist, Tony Harnell, wrote in an online posting.

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