The 'Glam-A-Geddon' tour announcement comes through Artist management company 'ARM Entertainment' whose website link is here:
At the time of writing, this tour announcement is actually kind of a joke, as the majority of their tour dates are actually WITH Motley Crue, which Crue have already clearly indicated at their site are dates NOT associated with Crue's tour dates.
So realistically Poison currently only have two shows that are NOT with Motley Crue ...!
Motley Crue's summer tour announcement can be read here:
Jun 14 - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA*
Aug 05 - Fort McCoy, Tomah, WI*
Apr 08 - Island Resort & Casino, Harris, MI
Apr 12 - State Theatre Center for the Arts, Easton, PA
Apr 15 - Patchogue Theatre, Patchogue, NY
May 28 - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Biloxi, MS
Jazz rockers UK, reform for five special shows
A UK reunion featuring Eddie Jobson (Roxy Music, Frank Zappa) and John Wetton (Asia, King Crimson, Roxy Music, Uriah Heep) is on the cards, to play five special live shows.
They will play three shows in the US and two in Japan.
Progressive rock with jazz rock overtones, was what UK were all about when they started in 1977, a brief spell as a supergroup back in the day. It only last until 1980!
The line up at the time was quite impressive to prog rock fans, Eddie Jobson and John Wetton were joined at the time by Bill Bruford (King Crimson, Yes, Earthworks, Genesis) on drums and Allan Holdsworth (Gong, Soft Machine).
In 1979 the band then let Holdsworth go and Bruford also left.
Holdsworth was not replaced, but Bruford was with Terry Bozzio (Frank Zappa, Missing Persons).
The band in total produced just two studio albums 1978's self titled debut, 'UK,' then in 1979 'Danger Money'.
There was a live album, 'Night after Night' released in 1979 also.
Thirty two years after their last U.S. performance together, the two progressive-rock legends and founding members of UK, Eddie Jobson and John Wetton, reunite to perform some of their classic material from UK and King Crimson.
They will be joined by Austrian guitar virtuoso Alex Machacek and German drumming phenom Marco Minnemann.
Apr 8 - Regent Theater, Boston (Arlington)
Apr 11 - Highline Ballroom, New York
Apr 15 - Club Citta, Tokyo
Apr 16 - Club Citta, Tokyo
Apr 23 - Regency Ballroom, San Francisco