BROKEN TEETH, the Austin-based hard rock quintet featuring former DANGEROUS TOYS/WATCHTOWER vocalist Jason McMaster, has set the tentative track listing for its upcoming CD, “Electric”, a collection of new and re-recorded tracks from their self-released albums “Broken Teeth” and “Guilty Pleasures”. The CD is set to hit stores in August via Corporate Punishment/Navarre. The track listing is as follows:
01. Hell For Sale
03. Blood On The Radio
05. She’s Gonna Blow
06. El Diablo
07. Stick It In
08. Burns Like Love
09. Roll Over
10. Hangin’ By The Skin
11. Devil Money
May wil also see the national re-release of “Guilty Pleasures” and “Blood on the Radio: LIVE”, which will be made available in a special CD DVD combo package.
Commented CPR President Thom Hazaert, “Jason McMaster is, without a doubt, one of the true godfathers of the modern Texas metal/hard rock sound. As a huge fan of his for over two decades, in both WATCHTOWER and DANGEROUS TOYS, we’re extremely proud of these releases and of being able to finally get the chance to bring BROKEN TEETH to a national audience.”
BROKEN TEETH has lined up the following tour dates:
April 10 – Nashville, TN @ The End
April 11 – Johnson City, TN @ The Hideaway
April 12 – Huntington, WV @ Marley’s Doghouse
April 13 – Cincinnati, OH @ Sudsy Malone’s
April 14 – Indianapolis, IN @ Melody Inn
April 16 – Fayetteville, AR @ Tony C’s
April 20 – Austin, TX @ Red Eyed Fly
April 21 – Houston, TX @ Acadia
April 27 – Atlanta, GA @ Ten High Club
April 28 – Lake Somerville, TX @ Hawgs of Texas (w/ BLUE ÖYSTER CULT)
May 09 – Kansas City, MO @ The Hurricane
May 10 – Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
May 11 – Barrington, IL @ Penny Road Pub
May 12 – Waukesha, WI @ Waukesha Expo Center Milwaukee Metalfest XiX
May 14 – Omaha, NE @ Shea Riley’s
May 15 – Lawrence, KS @ Replay Lounge
May 17 – Denver, CO @ 15th St. Tavern
May 18 – Albuquerque, NM @ Downtown Albuquerque
June 01 – Birmingham, AL @ The Nick
June 02 – Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
June 12 – Parma, OH @ Jigsaw Saloon
Reunited EXTREME to play at New York Benefit Concert.
The original lineup of EXTREME will reunite for a benefit concert and auction in New York City in honor of music manager Steven Hoffman. Hoffman, who worked with RUSH, VAN HALEN and EXTREME, died of lung cancer in 2003. The event will take place on May 18 at the 450-capacity Canal Room, 285 West Broadway, NYC from 7:00 to 10:30 p.m. Other bands scheduled to play at the event include EVOLUTION (the ultimate JOURNEY tribute band), VALENTINE and “All-Star Rock Jam” (featuring BLACK LABEL SOCIETY bassist John “J.D.” DeServio, among others). A live and silent auction will also be held to raise money for lung cancer research. Some of the items to be auctioned off include an autographed Nuno Bettencourt Washburn guitar, an autographed Geddy Lee bass and other great and rare rock n’ roll memorabilia.
To purchase tickets or for further information about this event, visit www.stevenhoffmanfund.org.
Vince Neil to open DR. FEELGOOD bar in Palm Beach, Florida
According to Florida’s Palm Beach Post, MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil, former Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Todd Wade and former Florida Gator southpaw quarterback Bob Hewko just signed a partnership with M&M to open a rock ‘n’ roll themed bar-restaurant in West Palm Beach named Dr. Feelgood’s Rock Bar, after the 1989 album by Neil‘s band. The joint, in the space currently occupied by MonkeyClub, will be stuffed with Neil memorabilia and his Harley collection. The bar area will be designed to look like a pharmacy, the liquor bottles will be displayed between oversized pharmaceuticals and the bartenders will wear sexy nurses’ uniforms.
“Vince has a condo in Miami Beach and we met through a mutual friend,” Mash said. “We’ve been talking to him about this for a while. He wants to give a free concert for the grand opening. He loves the location.”
Next door, former Bravo cable network “Top Chef” star Stephen Asprinio, 24, is scheduled to open Forte Di Asprinio, an Italian joint, with his uncle, Palm Beach moneybags Bob Cuillo. He is founder of the nearby Cuillo Centre for the Arts.
“They’re both putting money into that project,” Mash said. “People go to dinner there, then go for a drink at Dr. Feelgood.”
A third new place with the feel of an NYC-style club, Rebar, and a fourth, Lost Weekend, are also planned at the complex.