quinta-feira, março 24, 2016


TYLER, Texas, March 23, 2016 – Explosive rock 'n' rollers Rockett
Queen has been invited
to continue on the second leg of Creed vocalist Scott Stapp's "Proof
of Life" US Tour. Driven
by unbridled passions and haunted by ghosts that defy definition, the
great rockers keep
getting better, stronger, more determined to get it right. The "Proof
of Life" Tour is proof that
Scott Stapp is among the great rockers. It's also proof that this time
he's gotten it right. Click here for the latest video from Scott
Stapp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QphK9wwzssU

"The first tour was AMAZING!!" said Rockett Queen vocalist/guitarist
Walter Lee. "We
couldn't be happier about going out with the Stapp camp again.
Everyone treated us like
immediate family from the very first show. It's always easier being on
the road when you're
surrounded by such positivity. We also feel like we were welcomed
'with arms wide open' by
all of Scott's loving fan base. We look forward to continued success
throughout the next tour."
The Texas-based band hit a potential tour-ending snag the first time
around, as the
transmission in their touring van went out while en route to New York
City. Rockett Queen's
dedicated fanbase came to the group's aid through Go Fund Me and
raised the $3,300
needed to cover the cost of the repairs in less than 24 hours.

Rockett Queen is supporting their latest record, an expanded
re-release of the previously
self-released Goodnight California EP, for Fade to Silence Records.
Rockett Queen's high
energy performance is certain to garner an entirely new fan base as
the band hits previously
uncharted towns and plays to new crowds every night. The band's brand
of straight-up,
honest rock 'n' roll has garnered the quartet a great deal of critical
acclaim and Top 40 airplay.
Performing for more than 25,000 music fans, the band's energetic live
show has already won
over a devoted fan base in their native Texas.

Labeled as the "Best Unsigned Band in America" by MTV, that kind of
talk ca be difficult to
live up to. However, Rockett Queen delivers! "Goodnight California"
features the hard-driving
anthem "I Hate You" and the crowd pleasing "Since You've Been Gone".
Click here for the latest video from Rockett Queen:

The band has performed multiple stops on the Vans Warped Tour as well
as performances
with Hinder, Black Stone Cherry, Powerman5000, Saliva, Avatar, Fuel,
Drowning Pool,
The All American Rejects, Coheed and Cambria, Cavo, Thrice, Bad Religion, My
Chemical Romance and Thursday to name a few. Rockett Queen just
completed recording
new material with Producer/Songwriter Zac Maloy (Halestorm, Daughtry,
Our Lady Peace,
Cavo, Saliva, 3 Doors Down, Blake Shelton, Black Stone Cherry, Orianthi, Carrie
Underwood) in Nashville, TN and will be released in 2016.

Rockett Queen is completed by Jay Scars on lead guitar, Chaz Graves on
bass and Keith
Crash on drums.

Find out more:
• http:// www.rockettqueen.net

Joining Scott Stapp and Rockett Queen tour is special guest, Seldom
from Houston, TX. Seldom is a driven and eclectic rock and roll band
whose kaleidoscopic blend of sound is based on
the contrast between the individual styles and inspirations of the
musicians within the group: Mitch, Matt, Carlos, Sergio and Bryan.

Ideas, thoughts, notes and words beautifully collide into something
stark, honest and relatable. In spite of the band's diverse background
and contamination-based sound, there's a
common thread that holds their songs together, creating a sense of
belonging whether the band is blasting out a punk-inspired number, a
touching rock ballad or an experimental piece in the vein of Tool or
Killing Joke, just to mention a couple.

Ever since the band's inception in 2013, Seldom has been working
really hard to secure a
growing following, put out great new music and perform solid show.
Their quickly rising
reputation led to sharing the stage with internationally acclaimed
acts the likes of POD,
Puddle Of Mudd, Lacuna Coil, Drowning Pool or Saving Abel, as well as
performing at
major music events such as SXSW. Click here for the latest video from
Seldom: https://youtu.be/zp7djdqQA_Y

After successfully funding the production of a debut studio release,
Seldom released
"Damaged", their first full-length album, in 2014 and performed
extensively on a regional basis
in support of the release. The band has recently released their brand
new EP, "Black Mirror";
focused on the increasingly symbiotic relationship between society and

Find out more:

May 01 Cox Capitol Theatre Macon, GA
May 02 Georgia Theatre Athens, GA
May 04 Hooligans Music Hall Jacksonville, NC
May 07 The Pub Fountains Stafford, TX
May 08 Fitzgerald's San Antonio, TX
May 10 Bourbon Theatre Lincoln, NE
May 11 The District Sioux Falls, SD
May 13 Austins Libertyville, IL
May 14 Big Shots Valparaiso, IN
May 17 Rodeo Music Hall Youngstown, OH
May 18 The Kent Stage Kent, OH
May 20 Rock'N Derby Schaghticoke, NY
May 21 Magic City Music Hall Binghamton, NY
May 22 Blue Ocean Music Hall Salisbury, MA
May 24 Ridgefield Playhouse Ridgefield, CT
May 25 Jewel Nightclub Manchester, NH
May 27 The Stone Pony Asbury Park, NJ
May 28 Revolution Bar & Music Hall Amittyville, NY
May 29 Sherman Theater Lite Stroudsburg, PA
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