Army Of Anyone
Army Of Anyone's debut self titled album was released in stores this week. The album features the rock radio single "Goodbye" and you can listen to or watch the video on the band's website.
Take the lead singer of Filter, add the guitarist and bassist from Stone Temple Pilots and bring in one of the leading session drummers around and what do you have? Those are the ingredients that went into forming Army of Anyone, which features vocalist Richard Patrick, Stone Temple Pilot founding members Dean and Robert DeLeo and seasoned drummer Ray Luzier.
The guys would jam and hang out at any given opportunity. The foundation for the group was laid when Patrick enlisted the DeLeos to help him co-write a song for the Filter album he was working on at the time. The result, "A Better Place," turned out to be prophetic, and the beginning of something new. Within a couple of days, the three musicians decided they would take this working relationship to the next level, and Army of Anyone was born.
Tues, Nov 21 Boston, MA The Paradise
Fri, Nov 24 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
Mon, Nov 27 Tampa, St. Pete Janus Landing
Tues, Nov 28 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Thurs, Nov 30 Nashville, TN Exit Inn
Tues, Dec 5 Chicago, IL Metro
Wed, Dec 6 Cincinnati, OH Bogarts
Fri, Dec 8 Houston, TX Verizon Wireless Theater
Sun, Dec 10 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
Tues, Dec 12 Toledo, OH Gatorz
Thurs, Dec 14 Indianapolis, IN The Vogue
Sat, Dec 16 Maplewood, MN Myth
Mon, Dec 18 Pittsburgh, PA Rex Theater
Tues, Dec 19 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
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