'School's Out' is being re-issued again, this time on 180 gram audiophile vinyl with fold out sleeve. It's due on June 2nd and you can pre-order from AmazonUK and AmazonUS now.
A couple of short articles have appeared related to the UK dates, including This Is Plymouth, and Express and Star.
Chuck Garric will be performing with Billy Bob Thornton and the Boxmasters on Sunday May 23rd at 6pm PT as part of MusicRise: a "music festival in a virtual world' at Videoranch3d and as the name implies, the show will be transmitted live on the net. Check out videoranch3d.com for all the details.
RockAndRollPoker.com is a new site mixing rock and roll and... poker! Keri Kelli is involved in the project and to launch they have created a series of tournaments in which the winner will receive signed band goodies. The first tournament in this series boasts a guitar signed by Alice Cooper and the band specifically for RNR poker to give away. They also have a cool Alice/Keri pic on the front page.
There's some photos of Dennis Dunaway guesting with the Sic F*cks last week up at ManicPanic.
Damon Johnson has yet another new band, this one called 'The Black Jacket Symphony'. "The BJS got it's start after a phone call with longtime Birmingham friend, artist, and musician Jay Willoughby. The idea was to start a "more sophisticated musical venture" and create an opportunity to pay respect to some of the greatest classic rock albums of all time by performing them in their complete entirety. The first album the BJS decided to tackle is Abbey Road by The Beatles. After recruiting an impressive array of additional local talent, rehearsals began immediately. The debut performance by The Black Jacket Symphony will be at WorkPlay Theatre in Birmingham, AL on Thursday night, May 28. Damon and Jay plan to take this classic album presentation on the road as schedules allow, and are discussing tackling other timeless recordings such as 'The Wall' and 'Dark Side Of The Moon' by Pink Floyd, 'Hotel California' by The Eagles, and 'Damn The Torpedoes' by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers."