Rehab, the chart-topping group behind the 2008 hit, “The Bartender Song (Sittin’ At A Bar),” have announced a string of spring tour dates in support of their upcoming new studio album. The group recently completed recording their new album at the group’s Warner Robbins, GA studio and the record is slated for a spring release via Average Joes Entertainment.
“We’ve been boarded up in the studio putting the final touches on our new album and we needed to break out to play some shows,” commented Rehab’s Danny Boone. “The new album sounds amazing and I can’t wait for people to hear it. The album has a little bit of everything on there, but it still totally sounds like Rehab. We’re excited to get a chance to play a couple new tracks on these upcoming live shows we have in March.”
Rehab set out over a decade ago on their own musical journey that would garner them millions of hardcore fans, selling over 600,000 albums and over 2 million singles and averaging over 200 shows a year touring with names like Kid Rock, Uncle Kracker, Linkin Park, Kottonmouth Kings, Colt Ford and others.
Rehab recently released a new remix of “King of the Tweakers” featuring Strange Music’s Rittz online at http://bit.ly/TMb3rp, which is taken from the group’s Gullible’s Travels album. Produced by Danny Boone, Demun Jones and Shannon “Fat Shan” Houchins, Gullible’s Travels is anchored by REHAB’s influence of all things hip-hop, from Run DMC and NWA, to a Tribe Called Quest and more. The album’s musical palette runs the gamut from hip-hop to rock and soulful acoustics.
REHAB TOUR DATES:
MAR 08 – Destin, FL – Club LA Destin
MAR 09 – Mobile, AL – Soul Kitchen
MAR 16 – Louisville, KY – Phoenix Hill Tavern
MAR 23 – Huntsville, AL – Crossroads
MAR 27 – Sanford, FL – West End Trading Co
MAR 28 – Vero Beach, Fl – Filthy’s
MAR 29 – Sarasota, FL – Jake’s Tavern
MAR 30 – Winter Haven, FL – Jessie’s Lounge