ALTER BRIDGE Announce Postponement of Spring 2020 Tour With BLACK STONE CHERRY and SAINT ASONIA

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ALTER BRIDGE has postponed its previously announced U.S. headlining tour with special guests BLACK STONE CHERRY and SAINT ASONIA due to the coronavirus pandemic that is sweeping the globe.

ALTER BRIDGE said in a statement: “We hoped that it wouldn’t come to this, but, as some of you have already heard, unfortunately, due to recent changes around the globe created by the recent COVID-19 situation, the May headline tour of the United States with BLACK STONE CHERRY and SAINT ASONIA will be postponed.

“The health and safety of everyone attached to these shows (fans, artists, crew members, venue staff, etc) is our main priority. More information regarding rescheduled dates will be available in the future.”

“We look forward to the time when we can all come together and celebrate music as the community and family we are. Until then, Stay Home, Stay Healthy and Stay Safe…”

In an effort to show support to everyone being affected by the global pandemic, Myles Kennedy recently performed acoustic in partnership with American Songwriter for their “Behind The Mic” series. Aside from discussing songwriting and his musical inspirations in front of a live global audience on Facebook, Myles performed songs from various projects including ALTER BRIDGE, SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS, and his critically acclaimed debut solo album from 2018. The live event has been viewed over 470,000 times on Facebook and is now live on YouTube.

ALTER BRIDGE‘s latest album, “Walk The Sky”, was released in October via Napalm Records. and brought the band comprised of Myles Kennedy on vocals/guitars, Mark Tremonti on guitars/vocals, Brian Marshall on bass and Scott Phillips on drums to their first ever #1 on Top Current Albums chart. “Walk The Sky” is produced by longtime collaborator Michael “Elvis” Baskette and is available in various configurations at this location.


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