HENRY ROLLINS: Spoken-Word Appearances Announced

Punk rock icon Henry Rollins has lined up the following spoken-word appearances during September/October:

Sep. 16 - Kent State University, Kent, OH
Sep. 18 - Canandaigua, NY / Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center
Oct. 03 - Forum Theater, Binghamton, NY
Oct. 11 - Lyric Opera House, Baltimore, MD
Oct. 14 - E. Stroudsburg University, E. Stroudsburg, PA

As previously reported, Rollins will be issuing a DVD of his March 2004 spoken-word performance from his "Shock and Awe ... My Ass" tour in November through the artist's own 2.13.61 label. Titled "Shock and Awe", the disc was shot in high definition at Seattle's Moore Theater and includes material gleaned from USO tours to Afghanistan, Qatar and Kyrgyzstan in late 2003.


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