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11/14/2006
 
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Army Of Anyone Extends SnoCore Tour
January 14, 2007
Army Of Anyone has announced additional dates to their upcoming headline spot on the 2007 SnoCore Tour, which also features Hurt, Dropping Daylight and Neurosonic in support. The six-week trek — which launches January 18 in Houston — includes a February 1 performance at New York's Bowery Ballroom and a March 1 show at Los Angeles' Key Club.

SnoCore Tour dates:

Jan. 18 - Houston, TX - Meridian
Jan. 20 - Austin, TX - La Zona Rosa
Jan. 21 - Fort Worth, TX - Ridglea Theater
Jan. 23 - Baton Rouge, LA - Varsity Theatre
Jan. 25 - Knoxville, TN - Blue Cat’s
Jan. 26 - Greensboro, NC - N Club
Jan. 27 - North Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues
Jan. 29 - Norfolk, VA - Norva Theatre
Jan. 30 - Towson, MD - Recher Theatre
Feb. 01 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
Feb. 03 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theatre
Feb. 07 - Poughkeepsie, NY - The Chance
Feb. 09 - Detroit, MI - St. Andrews Hall
Feb. 10 - Fort Wayne, IN - Piere’s
Feb. 11 - Sauget, IL - Pop’s
Feb. 15 - Kansas City, MO - Voodoo @ Harrah’s
Feb. 16 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theatre
Feb. 18 - Boise, ID - Big Easy
Feb. 19 - Spokane, WA - Big Easy
Feb. 21 - Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
Feb. 22 - Seattle, WA - El Corazon
Feb. 24 - San Francisco, CA - Slim’s
Feb. 25 - Reno, NV - New Oasis
Feb. 26 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
Feb. 28 - Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
Mar. 01 - Los Angeles, CA - Key Club
Mar. 02 - Cabazon, CA - Casino Morongo
Mar. 04 - San Diego, CA - House of Blues
 
 
 
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Army Of Anyone To Headline SnoCore Tour 2007
December 16, 2006
SnoCore Tour is back in 2007 with headliners Army Of Anyone. The tour will kick off January 18 in Houston, TX with support from Hurt and more to be announced. The first round of dates has been released and the majority will go on sale this weekend.

Army Of Anyone is supporting its debut self-titled release which hit stores this past November. Previous SnoCore Tour participants include Sparta, Trapt, Finger Eleven, Helmet, Chevelle, Seether, Shinedown, and Flyleaf. All dates go on sale Saturday, December 16, unless noted otherwise.

Jan. 18 - Houston, TX - Meridian
Jan. 20 - Austin, TX - La Zona Rosa
Jan. 21 - Dallas, TX - Palladium Ballroom
Jan. 23 - Baton Rouge, LA - Varsity Theatre
Jan. 25 - Knoxville, TN - Blue Cat’s (On Sale Dec. 15)
Jan. 26 - Greensboro, NC - N Club
Jan. 27 - Myrtle Beach, SC - House Of Blues
Jan. 29 - Norfolk, VA - Norva Theatre
Jan. 30 - Baltimore, MD - Recher Theatre
Feb. 01 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom (On Sale Dec. 13)
Feb. 03 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theater

The SnoCore 2007 Tour will also hit the following markets. Details and official announcements to come:

Toronto, ON
Poughkeepsie, NY
Detroit, MI
Ft. Wayne, IN
St. Louis, MO
Minneapolis, MN
Kansas City, MO
Denver, CO
Boise, ID
Spokane, WA
Seattle, WA
Portland, OR
San Francisco, CA
Reno, NV
Las Vegas, NV
Phoenix, AZ
Los Angeles, CA
Anaheim, CA
San Diego, CA
 
 
 
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Army Of Anyone Line Up TV Appearances
November 11, 2006
Army Of Anyone will celebrate the release of their self-titled CD (due out November 14 on Firm Music) with a series of television appearances and an in-store performance/signing in Los Angeles. First up for the band — vocalist Richard Patrick, formerly of Filter; guitarist Dean DeLeo and bassist Robert DeLeo, ex-Stone Temple Pilots; and drummer Ray Luzier — is a Friday, November 10 appearance on NBC-TV's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" where the group will perform "Goodbye", the album's first single. This Saturday, November 11, Army Of Anyone will appear on "CD USA" which airs on DirecTV (Channel 101 in HD). Then on Wednesday, November 15, the band will do an in-store performance/signing at the Virgin Records Megastore at Hollywood and Highland 7:00 p.m. (marking their only L.A. performance for now). This will be followed by a November 20 appearance on NBC-TV's "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" and a November 23 spot on NBC-TV's "Last Call with Carson Daly". This month, the band will also debut their first U.S club dates which kick off November 18 in Philadelphia, PA and which will continue through the holidays.

Army Of Anyone tour dates:

Nov. 18 - Philadelphia, PA - The TLA
Nov. 21 - Boston, MA - The Paradise
Nov. 24 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
Nov. 25 - Miami, FL - WHDR Christmas Khaos
Nov. 27 - Tampa, St. Pete, FL - Jannus Landing
Nov. 28 - Orlando, FL - House of Blues
Nov. 30 - Nashville, TN - Exit Inn
Dec. 01 - Seattle, WA - KISW Holiday Hangover Ball
Dec. 05 - Chicago, IL - Metro
Dec. 06 - Cincinnati, OH - Bogart’s
Dec. 08 - Houston, TX - KTBZ BuzzFestivus
Dec. 09 - Dallas, TX - KDGE How The Edge Stole Christmas
Dec. 10 - Albuquerque, NM - KTEG Not So Silent Night
Dec. 12 - Toledo, OH - Gator’z
Dec. 14 - Indianapolis, IN - WRZX Not So Silent Night
Dec. 15 - Kansas City, MO - KQRC Radio Show
Dec. 16 - Minneapolis, MN - 93X Nutcracker
Dec. 18 - Pittsburgh, PA - Rex Theater
Dec. 19 - Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
 
 
 
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Army Of Anyone Announce First Live Dates
October 21, 2006
Army Of Anyone fans will finally get the chance to see the band live when they head out this November for their first-ever live shows. The group will kick off the dates November 18 in Philadelphia and play live shows through the end of the year before embarking on a full-scale tour in 2007.

“We can not wait to get out there and play these songs in front of a live audience,” says the band’s frontman Richard Patrick. “We’ve had a great time doing live on air radio performances. But to be out there in front of a live crowd, that’s what we’ve all been waiting for.”

Look for Army Of Anyone to perform material from their previous catalogues alongside tracks from their self-titled debut, due out November 14 via Firm Music. One of the songs on the set list is “Goodbye,” the hard rocking and melodically expansive first single from the album which is already a top 15 song in only one month.

'Army Of Anyone' was recorded at The Village studios in Santa Monica with producer Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, KISS, Jane’s Addiction).

Army Of Anyone tour dates are as follows

Sat, Nov 18 Philadelphia, PA The TLA
Mon, Nov 20 Hartford, CT Webster Theater
Tues, Nov 21 Boston, MA The Paradise
Fri, Nov 24 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
Mon, Nov 27 Tampa, St. Pete Janus Landing
Tues, Nov 28 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Thurs, Nov 30 Nashville, TN Exit Inn

For more info check out www.armyofanyone.com
 
 
 
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Army Of Anyone: Photos From Video Shoot Posted Online
August 28, 2006
Army Of Anyone, the new band featuring Filter's Richard Patrick (vocals), former Stone Temple Pilots members Dean (guitar) and his brother Robert DeLeo (bass), and ex-David Lee Roth drummer Ray Luzier, filmed a video for its first single, "Goodbye", last Tuesday (August 22) in downtown Los Angeles. Check out photos from the shoot at this location.

A radio-edit version of "Goodbye" is available for download at this location.

Army Of Anyone's debut album is scheduled for release on November 14 via the new artist-friendly label launched by The Firm.
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 2006
MEMBERS:
Richard Patrick - Vocals
Dean DeLeo - Guitar
Robert DeLeo - Bass
Ray Luzier - Drums

Take the lead singer of Filter, add the guitarist and bassist from Stone Temple Pilots and bring in one of the leading session/touring drummers around and what do you have? Those are the ingredients that went into forming Army of Anyone, which features vocalist Richard Patrick, Stone Temple Pilot founding members Dean and Robert DeLeo and seasoned drummer Ray Luzier. Between the years 1994-2002, Richard and Robert and Dean have shared many a stage and have crossed many a path. Each of them being fans of the others' work, the guys would jam and hang out at any given opportunity. The foundation for the group was laid when Patrick enlisted the DeLeos to help him co-write a song for the Filter album he was working on at the time. The result, "A Better Place," turned out to be prophetic, and the beginning of something new. Within a couple of days, the three musicians decided they would take this working relationship to the next level, and Army of Anyone was born.