Stages & Stereos announce The Live Free Die Young tour with Darling Parade and The Orphan The Poet

By on March 18, 2014

Stages & Stereos

It has been an eventful year for Tallahassee based band, Stages & Stereos. The band recently wrapped the Glamour Kills tour with Mayday Parade, Cartel, and Man Overboard and released their latest EP, Small Town Favorites. Today the band is ecstatic to announce that former Go Radio guitarist and close friend, Alex Reed has officially joined Stages & Stereos full time. Reed recently filled in on guitar on the Truth or Consequence tour and the Glamour Kills tour.

 

Stages & Stereos will be hitting the road April and May on the Live Free & Die Young tour with friends Darling Parade and The Orphan, The Poet. Sponsored by idobi Radio, The Gunz Show, Keep A Breast Foundation, and Smooth Sailing Clothing Co, fans can expect tons of exciting giveaways and opportunities to engage with the band while on the road including the Smooth Sailing Clothing Co VIP Meet & Greet package for $30 including

 

Intimate 2 Song VIP Acoustic Performace by Stages & Stereos before the show

Time to meet and great with the band and take photographs

1 – General admission ticket (Unless you choose the “without” option)

1 – Smooth Sailing Clothing Co. “Live Fast, Die Young” Collab T-Shirt

1 – Custom Stages & Stereos VIP Meet and Greet Laminated Pass

1 – Stages & Stereos Wristband

1 – Stages & Stereos 11″ x 17″ Poster

 

*Shirt, pass, wristband & poster will be given day of at VIP Meet and Greet.

 

Full tour dates may be found here. Look out for an exciting Spring for this Alternative laced clan and a slew of new content coming soon.

 

Stream Small Town Favorites in its entirety via Purevolume.com here.

Learn the stories Small Town Favorites  via PropertyofZack.com here:

 

Stages & Stereos Social Media:

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YouTube

 

About Stages & Stereos:

Formed in 2007, Stages & Stereos released several dynamic EP’s but it wasn’t until the band decided to go on hiatus while bassist Ian Edge enlisted in the U.S. Army as a combat medic that things began to change. In early 2011, Ian was critically wounded by an I.E.D (improvised explosive device) losing his right leg at knee level. Once Ian returned home, the talk of Stages & Stereos quickly became a topic of conversation. It took the band a year to adjust the line up and hit the studio in 2012, record and release Anchorless, and tour with Go Radio and Paradise Fears. Fast forward several months and Stages & Stereos are back at it with a new single, new album, and all around new attitude as a band.

DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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