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DOWN To Return After 4 Years With Live Streamed Concert

DOWN To Return After 4 Years With Live Streamed Concert

DOWN are back!  And they’re doing it in a cool way by performing a live virtual concert later on this month.

The news was broken by DOWN’s longtime manager, SKID ROW guitarist Dave “Snake” Sabo, who was quoted as saying: “I’ve been managing since 2006, which seems like a lifetime ago, and it kind of is. I’ve been managing the band DOWN since then — Philip Anselmo and Pepper Keenan and Kirk Windstein — and that, for a long time, took up a lot of our time. But they’ve taken a bit of a hiatus. They’re actually gonna be doing one of those streaming live shows August 22nd. So we’ll have more information out online as that progresses, as we get closer.”

This comes after Kirk Windstein told Revolver that DOWN was planning “something really special in the next few months,” a couple months ago.

Windstein left the band in 2013 in order to focus on his other band CROWBAR and his family life. He was replaced by Bobby Landgraf, DOWN’s former guitar tech who was previously in GAHDZILLA MOTOR COMPANY, a 1990s outfit also featuring Jason McMaster (DANGEROUS TOYS, WATCHTOWER), and HONKY.

Windstein announced his return to DOWN last year, with the band confirming a number of festival appearances for 2020, all of which have since been canceled or postponed due to the live concert experience massacre by COVID-19.

DOWN’s last live appearance took place in August 2016 at the Psycho Las Vegas festival in Las Vegas.  So this should be pretty damn cool to have a little live DOWN again.

F*ck You Covid-19.

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