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New Sevendust Side Project

05:01 PM Tuesday 6/5/12 |   |

Call Me No One isn’t a remix of Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit single, but the name of the new side project from Sevendust members Clint Lowery and Morgan Rose. The hard rock band’s debut album is out today and dates have been confirmed for a summer tour. 

In addition to vocalist/guitarist Lowery and drummer Rose, Call Me No One features Rek Mohr on bass and Alan Price on guitar. The band’s debut album, Lost Parade, was released on 7Bros/ILG and is streaming in its entirety at AOL Music’s website

You’ll get the chance to check out Call Me No One live after Lowery and Rose take care of several Sevendust gigs in July. Call Me No One’s summer tour launches July 27 in Fort Wayne, Ind., at Piere’s Entertainment Center. 

Stops on the route include Portsmouth, Ohio (Aug. 1); South Bend, Ind. (Aug. 2); Louisville, Ky. (Aug. 4); Johnson City, Tenn. (Aug. 6); and Marietta, Ga. (Aug. 8). The last show on the schedule is Aug. 11 in Broussard, La., at The Station Bar.

Click here for Call Me No One’s new website.


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