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Wildstreet announces February 2020 US Tour

Wildstreet will kick off their first set of US tour dates since 2012 on February 20th at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY. The show will be the release party for their upcoming single, “Born to Be”. The band has also announced tour dates in Colombia and Mexico in April. The band plans to be on tour for the rest of the year. We will announce dates as they are confirmed.

Crashdïet - Rust

It must suck to be a band like Crashdïet… a band with so much promise that ends up being signed straight up by Universal Records in their native Sweden, only to have their singer commit suicide and from that point on being unable to hold on to a singer for extended periods of time, with H. Olliver Twisted (later of Reckless Love) joining for an album before leaving for Simon Cruz to fill in and surprisingly last two albums, before quitting mid tour.

Michael Monroe - One Man Gang

God, I just love how unapologetically rock ‘n roll, Michael Monroe is! The former Hanoi Rocker, who’s been flying solo since the second split of his main band, keep coming around every other year with strong, streetwise punkish rock ‘n roll that just does what it says on the tin, without a care in the world, about what people might or might not say. And it’s an authentic as hell attitude, not some sort of posturing or posing.