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F.U.A.L show Already Confirmed For This Explosion Are For This 2 Stage Event! Engine 69 Hollow Point Cyrios Avid Fixation Maritime Manner Metal- The Black 13 Cerebral Down Only Scars Remain Without your lies Dead Trip Serpent Attack More To Come On This As Well!! This Is A All For One One For All Show!
Mike Doughty and His Band Fantastic Supporting Acts: MoonHooch Mike Doughty and His Band Fantastic Mike Doughty got a band together to tour his album YES AND ALSO YES, which features contributions from Rosanne Cash and Nikki Sixx. It's loud and groovy, with the trademark Doughty surreal, rhythmic lyrics, and fabulous angst. His factotum Andrew "Scrap" Livingston will be key to the sound. Doughty's also got a book coming out, about his decade spent making music and getting wasted, called THE BOOK OF DRUGS.
Manager: David Hitchcock (281) 780-1330
Bio: Cyrios is an alternative melodic metal band based in Sugar Land, TX. Cyrios began initially as the brain child of David Hitchcock during his days as a music composition major. The idea was to bring a positive message to listeners, wrapped in an intelligent and catchy blend of genres - specifica...See Full Bio
"Christian rock bands tend to get a bad rep, usually failing to garner attention or critical acclaim because, in general, they’re just not very creative. But what about bands that are full of members who profess Christianity but don’t use Jesus’ name in every chorus?" "No matter listeners’ religions or preference of genre, it’s hard not to get behind Cyrios’ underlying message of hope. “I hope that our listeners are getting a positive message out of our songs and go away feeling uplifted,” Collins said. “If our music can make life’s problems seem distant for even a second, I am happy.”" "Cyrios’ sound is radio-friendly, melodic metal. It may not be the most well-received genre in Houston, but with the popularity of 94.5 The Buzz and the accessibility of The Texas Buzz, these music-loving students may be on the radio before they know it."