Stray Cats plan summer tour, new CD/DVD
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Stray Cats plan summer tour, new CD/DVD

Thursday, June 14, 2007 – The Stray Cats announced that they will soon be on the road in July beginning a U.S. summer tour in support of their upcoming live CD and DVD "Best Of The Stray Cats Live," "Rumble In Brixton." Release date is set for this fall and will feature one new track.

The tour starts July 19 in Chicago and concludes Aug. 26 in Portland, Ore.

The band formed with guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, upright bass player Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom in the Long Island town of Massapequa, N.Y. in 1979. The band split up and reformed several times. A one-off reunion show in California in 2003 led to a month-long summer tour of Europe to celebrate both the group's 25 year anniversary. With 17 show sold-out shows, they decided that one performance would be documented and released as a live DVD and album." Rumble In Brixton" was recorded at the sold out show in London.

The tour will also include ZZ Top and The Pretenders. Tour dates are:
Thursday, July 19th Toyota Park Chicago
Saturday, July 21st 1st Mariner Arena Baltimore
Sunday, July 22nd Jones Beach New York
Monday, July 23rd Borgata Event Center Atlantic City, NJ
Wednesday, July 25th Freedom Hill Detroit
Thursday, July 26th Deer Valley Indianapolis
Friday, July 27th Oneida Casino Green Bay, WI
Saturday, July 28th XCEL Energy Center Minneapolis
Sunday, July 29th Scottrade Center St. Louis
Tuesday, July 31st Uptown Theatre Kansas City, MO
Wednesday, August 1st Arena Nashville
Friday, August 3rd Zoo Amphitheatre Oklahoma City, OK
Saturday, August 4th Nokia Amphitheatre Dallas
Sunday, August 5th AT&T Center San Antonio
Tuesday, August 7th Camel Rock Casino Santa Fe, NM
Wednesday, August 8th Arena Phoenix
Friday, August 10th County Bowl Santa Barbara, CA
Saturday, August 11th Orleans Arena Las Vegas
Monday, August 13th Red Rocks Denver
Wednesday, August 15th USANA Amphitheatre Salt Lake City, UT
Thursday, August 16th Grand Sierra Casino Reno, NV
Friday, August 17th Save Mart Center Fresno, CA
Saturday, August 18th Verizon Amphitheatre Los Angeles
Sunday, August 19th Coors Amphitheatre San Diego
Tuesday, August 21st ARCO Arena Sacramento, CA
Thursday, August 23rd General Motors Place Vancouver, ON
Saturday, August 25th Puyallup Fairgrounds Seattle
Sunday, August 26th Clark County Amphitheatre Portland, OR

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