TRAVERS & APPICE: Myrtle Beach Show To Be Filmed For Upcoming DVD

TRAVERS & APPICE, the new band featuring guitarist Pat Travers, VANILLA FUDGE drummer Carmine Appice, and bassist T.M. Stevens, will have their Sept. 26 gig at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, North Carolina filmed for release on DVD.

In other news, TRAVERS & APPICE will be teaming up with THE LIZARDS (featuring Mike DiMeo of RIOT, and Bobby Rondinelli of BLUE ÖYSTER CULT/BLACK SABBATH/RAINBOW fame) for a European tour beginning on September 30 in Randers, Denmark. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 30 - Tante Olga - Randers, DEN
Oct. 01 - Pumpehuset - Copenhagen, DEN
Oct. 02 - Tobaksfabrikken - Esbjerg, DEN
Oct. 04 - Fasching - Stockholm, SWE
Oct. 05 - Prisma - Vasteras, SWE (THE LIZARDS only)
Oct. 06 - Katalyn - Upsala, SWE
Oct. 07 - S-2 - Borlange, SWE
Oct. 08 - Rockland - Sala, SWE
Oct. 09 - Apelsin Club - Moscow, RUS
Oct. 10 - Manezh - St. Petersburg, RUS
Oct. 12 - Galaxy - Vilnius, LIT
Oct. 13 - House Of The Fisherman - Klaipeda, LIT
Oct. 16 - Jazz and Blues Festival - Usti nad Labem, CZR
Oct. 19 - Cafe Machbar - Datteln, GER
Oct. 20 - Blues Garage - Hannover, GER (T&A w/ Tony Franklin on bass)
Oct. 21 - Lantaarn - Hellendoorn, NETH
Oct. 22 - Culture Center Het Spoor - Haralbeke, BEL
Oct. 23 - Spirit of '66 - Verviers, BEL
Oct. 24 - Cafe de Noot - Hoogland, NETH
Oct. 26 - Casino - Amneville, FRA
Oct. 29 - Le Cargo - Arles, FRA
Oct. 30 - Le New Morning – Paris, FRA

TRAVERS & APPICE will release their debut album, "It Takes A Lot Of Balls", on October 26 via SPV Records. Appice and Travers share vocal duties on the project.


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